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Mario Party 10 Review: X Gon Give It to Ya

/ Mar 25th, 2015 Mario Party has gained popularity for providing the competitive fun of a board game with the added bonus of 0 comments continue reading >>

Amiibo Will Unlock Portions of Classic Gameplay

/ Feb 17th, 2015 A free app coming to Wii U this year will allow amiibo figurines to unlock portions of gameplay from 0 comments continue reading >>

Adventures of Pip PAX South Preview

/ Feb 5th, 2015 Many current titles try to evoke a feel and spirit of games from prior console generations, but the nostalgic 0 comments continue reading >>

What’s In Your Box?: Week of 1/10

/ Jan 10th, 2015 Each week, we here at Gaming Illustrated are always playing a number of different video games. However, we may 0 comments continue reading >>

Kalvin Cheers to Greg’s Cheers to Gaming: Beeronetta 2

/ Dec 25th, 2014 Throughout time, man has pondered ways to make video games more enjoyable. Like most things, alcohol was the answer. 0 comments continue reading >>

New Releases: Some Christmas Time Ports

/ Dec 21st, 2014 Christmas in December is a crazy concept, but it happens…every year actually. Go figure. However, that means we’ve hit 0 comments continue reading >>

Down to the Wire: Wii U for the Holidays

/ Dec 19th, 2014 With Nintendo finally showing the Wii U is worth buying, the console is expected to be big hit this 0 comments continue reading >>

Link, It’s Your Cousin!

/ Dec 8th, 2014 Nintendo gave everyone a huge treat at the Video Game Awards by showing a good deal of footage from 0 comments continue reading >>

The Legend of Zelda Wii U Teaser Video Unveiled

/ Dec 6th, 2014 The Game Awards has brought forth a new teaser video showing gameplay of the upcoming The Legend of Zelda 0 comments continue reading >>

But Do You Got That New New Colorway?

/ Dec 4th, 2014 It is not a new trend, certainly. Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft (the Big Three) have frequently offered limited edition 0 comments continue reading >>

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