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  • The Revo K101 Plus GBA Clone Now Comes With Fancy New Colours, But Not Much Else

    The Revo K101 Plus GBA Clone Now Comes With Fancy New Colours, But Not Much Else

    2015’s best GBA clone hasn’t change much in 5 years. Remember the Revo K101 Plus? We took a look at this smart little Game Boy Advance clone way back in 2015, and passed the following verdict: If you’re looking for a decent GBA system but don’t like the tiny form factor of the Game Boy […] More

  • Guide: Where To Buy Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.

    Guide: Where To Buy Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.

    Beat the scalpers. Update 27th Nov 2020: Unsurprisingly, stock for the Game & Watch has been in short supply. But Nintendo Official UK Store is now taking pre-orders which will be despatched on 18th December. Just in time for Santa to put in your Xmas stocking! Much like the NES and SNES Mini before it, […] More

  • Poll: Box Art Brawl #68 - Super Mario World

    Poll: Box Art Brawl #68 – Super Mario World

    It’s a Mario, Mario, Mario, Mario World. Welcome back, you beautiful bunch, to Box Art Brawl — our regular poll to find out which of two or more vintage video game cover variants from around the globe is the best, better than all the rest (diew, diew, diew-diew, diew), better than anyone we ever met. […] More

  • Video: A Look At Ocean Software's Cancelled SNES Game Green Lantern

    Video: A Look At Ocean Software's Cancelled SNES Game Green Lantern

    That never got the greenlight. Green Lantern might not be remembered for much other than a failed movie starring Ryan Reynolds over the past decade, but long before 2011 in the early ’90s, British developer Ocean Software was working on a licensed Super Nintendo video game for the DC Comics hero. This unreleased project has […] More

  • Feature: Best Super Nintendo (SNES) Games

    Feature: Best Super Nintendo (SNES) Games

    As rated by you. A lot can happen in thirty years. To be fair, a lot can happen in one year (2020’s been a stark reminder of that), but thirty?!? We’ve seen five-ish console generations in that time, and some incredible advances in the tech and design ideas behind video games, but there was something […] More

  • Hardware Classics: The Super Famicom Is 30 Today

    Hardware Classics: The Super Famicom Is 30 Today

    Still super after all these years. Originally published way back in March 2013, we thought we’d re-share this feature on the Super Famicom to commemorate its 30th birthday today. Read the full article on nintendolife.com Source link More

  • Sealed Copy Of Super Mario Bros. 3 Sells For $156,000

    Sealed Copy Of Super Mario Bros. 3 Sells For $156,000

    We’ve got another new world record. Earlier this year in July, a sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. for NES sold for $114,000 USD. It set a new record for the most expensive video game ever sold. While most probably expected it to hold this record for some time, the highest price paid for a […] More

  • Puma Is Releasing A Pair Of NES-Themed Sneakers Just In Time For Christmas

    Puma Is Releasing A Pair Of NES-Themed Sneakers Just In Time For Christmas

    Ride to the Future. Puma has been doing some neat sneaker collaborations of late, taking on both Mario and his erstwhile rival Sonic, and now the sports brand is back with a pair of shoes which celebrate the iconic NES console. The “Future Rider” sneakers are due for release on December 4th, 2020, and boast […] More

  • Soapbox: Here's How I'd Fix The Pokémon Series

    Soapbox: Here's How I'd Fix The Pokémon Series

    Alex decides to pika-part the mainline games. Soapbox features enable our individual writers to voice their own opinions on hot topics, opinions that may not necessarily be the voice of the site. In this piece, senior video editor Alex Olney explains how he would “fix” the Pokémon series… Pokémon is a series that has always […] More

  • The Untold Story Of The Bug That Almost Sank The Dreamcast's North American Launch

    The Untold Story Of The Bug That Almost Sank The Dreamcast's North American Launch

    How disaster was averted. Sega may now be an ally to Nintendo, but at the turn of the millennium, it was still very much a rival, with its final games console – the Dreamcast – joining the N64 in a marketplace that was ultimately dominated by the Sony PlayStation. The Dreamcast might have been Sega’s […] More

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