The Warioware series has been a cult favourite since it debuted on the Game Boy Advance in 2003. Now, it’s high time for my very own Warioware Inc. GBA review, as I take on one of the weirdest games to ever grace a Nintendo console…Or any other system, for that matter.
Warioware Inc.’s initial Game Boy Advance entry is as surreal as it gets, and would setup the premise for the rest of the series – Watch, and see if this game really holds up!
This is the beginning of the Super Summer! I’m doing episodes all summer related strictly to the Super NES, and we’re starting with the final licensed NES game released in North America: Wario’s Woods. Included is a bit of history on the SNES and its launch. Enjoy!
[ In a conversation on Twitter with @KivaBay, she challenged me to write about the representation of fat characters in retro video games. Here is my attempt. ] ### Quick: Name the first fat character in a retro video game that you can think of. For many, this may…
My oldest boy, Simon, who will be six this summer, loves video games. He often tells me what he would do if he created his own game. His descriptions are often a mix of genius and pure madness. One time, he asked me if I thought my friends…