Grumpy Gurevitz: A Pessimistic Optimist when it comes to Nintendo

Grumpy Gurevitz: A Pessimistic Optimist when it comes to Nintendo

Jan 10, 2011

In a few months time the Nintendo 3DS will be launched, in our hands and part of our lives. At that point we will be able to point out all the things Nintendo have done wrong by being out of touch with the regular gamer, and our expectations when it comes to choice of games, console functionality and online experience. However, that’s then and this is...

Grumpy Gurevitz: How to save a Seal.

Grumpy Gurevitz: How to save a Seal.

Jul 26, 2010

Nintendo’s ‘seal of quality’ has traditionally been a badge, which reassured customers that software for their platform wouldn’t crash or damage their console. It was never meant to be a badge to guarantee the quality of the software. Yet, over the years, due to the large volume of quality titles that were released on Nintendo systems, it developed a...

MCM Expo: Transformers – War for Cybertron Hands-on

Transformers traditionally in the world of gaming can be described as little other than disappointing. A series about robots that can turn into cars, tanks and jet fighters on paper sounds like a perfect match for our electronic past-time. But despite a slew of Transformers games over the years, they have been mostly awful, with the 2004 PS2 Transformers game...

Blood Bowl: review

Format: Xbox 360 (version reviewed), DS, PC, PSP Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Developer: Cyanide Players: 1-2 Site: www.bloodbowl-game.com Not since 1995 has Blood Bowl the videogame seen the light of day. Which suggests there’s a good reason for that. Originally, Blood Bowl was a turn-based tabletop board game....