The Crew Covers Every MMO Mainstay You Can Think Of (but With Cars)

Open-world? The Crews massive sprawl of real estate offers the best-of Americas most iconic territories, each one the size of Grand Theft Auto 5s Los Santos. Quests? Roadways are littered with challenge markers; drive through one, and they start instantly. Quest rewards? Depending on how well (or horribly) you do during a challenge, your corresponding medal determines the stats (yes, stats, including health) of your car part prize. Continue reading

EA Wont Pull The Plug If NBA Live Has Another Rocky Year

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Super Smash Bros 3DS Box Art Revealed

The artwork shows series regulars Link, Mario, Pikachu, Samus, Kirby and Yoshi alongside newcomers such as Little Mac, Rosalina and the Animal Crossing Villager.

Classic Namco character Pac-Man was confirmed as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros on Tuesday night, joining other newly announced characters Palutena from Kid Icarus and Mii Fighter.

Nintendo has announced a Super Smash Bros 3DS release date of October 3. Continue reading

Video: Miyamoto Introduces His New Wii U Games And Teases Star Fox

Nintendo has sent over a video in which Shigeru Miyamoto introduces two new Wii U titles built around the GamePad.

Due for release in the first half of 2015, Project Giant Robot lets players design their own massive robot and do battle against others.

Set for release in 2015, Project Guard challenges players to mount a dozen security cameras around a perimeter and defend it against a robot army invasion. Continue reading

Tomodachi Life Review

Does this game have anything to offer beyond its quirky tone? (5:11)

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E3 2014: Kirby And The Rainbow Curse Marks A Triumphant Return Of Greatness

Kirby: Canvas Curse justified the existence of the Nintendo DS touchscreen. The mere thought of drawing pathways to guide spherical Kirby through imaginative worlds fills me with utter delight, even though a decade has passed since I’ve last played the game. Every time another Kirby game is announced, my interest is piqued until I learn that it bears no resemblance to Canvas Curse. Continue reading

Miyamoto Reveals Project Guard And Project Giant Robot For Wii U

Nintendo has announced two new Wii U projects being presided over by Shigeru Miyamoto.

Set for release in 2015, Project Guard challenges players to mount a dozen security cameras around a perimeter and defend it against a robot army invasion.

Due for release in the first half of 2015, Project Giant Robot lets players design their own giant robot and do battle against massive foes. Continue reading