Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Review
Have you ever noticed how sometimes developers with large franchises don’t really have to try anymore?
December 11, 2011
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Wii) Review
Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (MSLOG hereafter) is the third iteration of the Sega and Nintendo crossover that brings together a vast collection of characters from the Nintendo and Sega franchises and pits them against one anothe...
August 16, 2011
Sports Island 3D (3DS) Review
Sports Island has always been one of those franchises that I haven’t really put much care or attention into playing, as they seem to be riding on the success of Wii Sports and the more recent Wii Sports Resort. Both of these titles take place...
July 28, 2011
Baseball (Game Boy) Review
You know when you were given one of those games as a kid, and you played the life out of it no matter how bad it was? That’s Baseball on the Game Boy for me. I used to spend hours playing this game in the car - it was a ton of fun. Sadly now, ...
January 27, 2011
Mario Sports Mix (Wii) Review
We’ve seen Mario in almost everything now. Whether it be something as simple as a platforming game to more strange genres like edutainment and rhythm dance games, Mario has had his fair share of careers throughout his illustrious career. When Ni...
July 18, 2010
Big Beach Sports 2 (Wii) Review
Living with another Wii owner, I have quite a healthy library of games on the shelves that have been accumulating for quite some time now. One of those games is Big Beach Sports, one of the many mini-game compilations available on the Wii aimed at ...
November 25, 2009
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Wii) Review
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games is a mini-game collection for the Nintendo Wii which, like its predecessor, differentiates itself from the crowd of similar titles by featuring the casts of two of the most well-loved franchises in video gam...
November 5, 2009
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (DS)
Ultimately, when you strip Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Mario and Sonic from hereon in) down to its bare bones, it is just another mini-game compilation that we’ve seen boundless times on both the Wii and the DS. And like most mi...