Tag: Nintendo

‘WarioWare: Get It Together!’ is a nostalgic take on previous series entries

By Tim Nacey Over a 60-second period in “WarioWare: Get It Together,” you may find yourself chasing a toilet through a series of caves, flying through a shoebox in an attempt to avoid being grabbed by Wario or tweezing the armpit hair from a sentient Greek statue. The setup for a “WarioWare” game is simple:

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Spookify your to-do list by adding cool activities this month

By Kyiesha Chavez Halloween 2020 is special for three reasons: it falls on a Saturday, it will be a blue moon (second full moon of the month) and we move our clocks back for daylight saving time.  It would be a shame to miss out on such an amazingly spooky day. While trick-or-treating and costume

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Game Review: ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’

By Stephanie Arenas Nintendo finally released “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” on March 20 following the COVID-19 pandemic, allowing its players to interact with one another without having to leave their homes. “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” is a real time life simulation game developed and published for the Nintendo Switch. Fans of the game have said

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Pokemon returns with new game “X and Y”

RAFAEL RIOS | STAFF WRITER For older fans a combination of  nostalgia mixed with excitement sets in with the release of “Pokémon X and Y.” Nintendo first released “Pokémon Red” and “Green” in Japan in 1996, but it wasn’t until Sept. 1998 that “Pokémon Red” and “Pokémon Blue” was released in North America, which was made for the Gameboy and Gameboy Color. For gamers this

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