My name is Jack Longman and this is The Jacketendo Review, the two-in-one game review that caters to all kind of readers as it consists of both a fast and a short review and a slow and long one. Undergoing The Jacktendo Review today is the brilliant turn-based strategy, action shooter, SteamWorld Heist for the Wii U. Continue reading SteamWorld Heist on the Wii U (The Jacktendo Review)
Great news guys, in a new press release from Mastiff Games, they have unveiled the release date for the North American version of Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure and that date is the 13th of October.
This week 13AM Games showed off the Pirate Pop Plus theme for the Nintendo 3DS and they teased more news would soon follow and that news is a Release Date.
The latest episode for my favourite Pokémon series is now up on YouTube and it is just as good as the others and because it gets my hyped for all the right reasons, here it is so you can see it for yourself. Continue reading Pokémon Generations Episode 4: The Lake of Rage Is Out Now!
A Press Release from Nintendo America have confirmed a lot of the details about the NES Classic Mini that have been spread across the internet which include different visual modes like CRT, 4:3 and Pixel Perfect. Suspension points have also been included which will allow players to create up to 4 different save points on each game so they can load up another game and play and can still come back and play from where they left off. Here is a trailer showing these features in action along with the official Press release below. Continue reading Press Release Confirms Details And Modes For NES Classic Mini
Has it really been a couple of weeks since we announced the winners of our Nintendo Selects Giveaway? How time flies! Alas, All but one of our winners have received their prizes and look extremely content from the looks of these selfies they have provided us which we are more than happy to post here for your viewing. Our Winners were of course, William Ferrara II, Arica Michelle, Akkie Subville & our special mystery winner Larissa Longman AKA Mum 😉 Apart from delivery difficulty for Akkie, everyone else have got their games as you can see in the images below. Akkie, if you are reading this, I sincerely hope your game gets to you soon and sorry for any inconvenience you have had. And now on to those happy beaming faces!
Update: Akkie has at last received her game after a month of waiting and can now finally join the exclusive Miketendo64 Giveaway Winners Club!
There can be no denying it, Teslagrad is a great game, marvellous even and now it’s world is being extending as the developers behind Teslagrad have taken to setting their latest creation, World to the West, in the same world and since there’s still much about the game we don’t know, I took to reaching out to those behind World to the West. Continue reading An Interview With… Rain Games (An Introduction into the World to the West)
Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a review of Monster Hunter Generations for the 3DS! The original Monster Hunter inspired a new genre of battling huge monsters in epic boss battles. After four mainline games and a bunch of expansions/spinoffs, the series is celebrating its history with a novel adventure featuring new playstyles, special attacks, and the ability to play as a cat! And of course, brand new monsters! Check out my review to find out how what I thought of the latest hunt!
The Hunt is On
The Monster Hunter series began on the PlayStation 2 and defined its own unique genre of giant creature battling action role-playing game. Its signature gameplay loop of hunting monsters, carving their bodies, and forging new armor has since been replicated in games such as God Eater and Final Fantasy Explorers. Nevertheless, Monster Hunter continues to build off of its own strengths and expand it with each game. After four mainline games and a number of expansions and spinoffs, Monster Hunter Generations for the Nintendo 3DS brings them all together. MHG collects fan-favorite monsters, village hubs, and characters in one adventure while introducing new hunting variations and special moves that completely alter a hunter’s playstyle. With hundreds of quests and a robust online multiplayer mode, MHG is a monstrous force to be reckoned.
If you liked any of the recent Monster Hunter offerings such as
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Something incredible happened this month, Choice Provisions announced a new Runner game and they confirmed Charles Martinet will be returning! Heads spun, gamers rejoiced and I was sat there in my seat thinking: “This is awesome news! But I can think of one thing that’ll be even better; talking to Choice Provisions about the new Runner3.” Continue reading An Interview With… Choice Provisions (Runner3, So it Begins)
In Europe, SteamWorld Heist releases this week and the company behind the game are giving away two digital copies for the game and we’ve got the details here:
When Nintendo of Italy issued a recent press release, they confirmed the existence of a Pokémon Sun & Moon demo and stated the demo would not be at Milan Games Week. Following that, I had a hunch it wouldn’t be at Paris Games Week either and now it turns out not even Nintendo will be at Paris Games Week.
If you own a 3DS, a copy of Hyrule Warriors Legends and haven’t turned it today, now would be a good time to do so as another SpotPass gift for Hyrule Warriors Legends awaits you!
When we first laid eyes on our first ever Alola variant Pokémon, Alolan Exeguttor, a lot of us were blown away by the transformation. Who wouldn’t be? But then Alolan Exeguttor performed a sweet looking move and we never got a name, until now.
So it turns out Nintendo didn’t just give us a Cooking With Link video last week, but also photos of Link out and about, collecting all kinds of ingredients discoverable in the wild and we have those pictures right here: Continue reading Foraging With Link (Breath of the Wild Gallery)
A Wizard Dojo review.
There are few video games as synonymous with my gaming youth than Mario Kart 64. The number of hours I spent with its Grand Prix, Versus and Battle modes are uncountable. For a good few years, it was my go-to multiplayer game. The Mario Kart series has come a long way since this second installment hit the Nintendo 64 in 1997, so how well does Mario Kart 64 hold up after so many years of Nintendo perfecting the formula?
The short answer to that is… pretty decently, though there are aspects of the game that haven’t aged particularly gracefully as well.
Being the first 3D entry in the series, Mario Kart 64 was capable of certain feats that the SNES original couldn’t pull off. The new 3D racetracks were more robust, with features like changes in elevation, slopes, and long jumps, among others. This helped Mario Kart 64 create some…
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