Chernobylite blends RPG progression, survival mechanics, exploration, and horror and wraps it all up in an ambitious tale set in the Exclusion Zone.
Chernobylite Review - An Impressive Sci-Fi Tale
We take Razer's Barracuda X headset for the review spin. Is this a solution for all your devices?
Wireless Goes Multi-Platform - Our Razer Barracuda X Review!
Microsoft Flight Simulator still stands as one of the most impressive technical and artistic achievements we’ve seen to date. No matter if you’re playing on PC, Xbox Series X, or Xbox Series S.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox Series X|S Review
Death's Door is a surprise hit from a small team who've poured their heart and souls into this Zelda-like. And it's glorious!
One of the Year's Best? Our Full Death's Door Review!
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:07pm 21/10/16 | 1 Comments
Since the release of Super Mario Galaxy on the Nintendo Wii, fans have been waiting patiently for a new real-deal HD Mario 64 style game. Sure, the Wii U can do HD and it has Super Mario Bros 3D World and New Super Mario Bros U and Super Mario Maker. Plus when we stop to think about it, Mario everywhere really. But we haven't seen a true 3D platformer Mario game from Nintendo in a while, not since the just about perfect Super Mario Galaxy 2. And the Nintendo Switch reveal gave us a glimpse of just that. And we're excited to see more.

How do we know it's a new Mario 3D platformer? Well, when we see it for the first time at the 2:10 mark in the Nintendo Switch ad below Mario does the triple-jump first seen in Super Mario 64. And by showcasing that iconic jump move Nintendo is basically telling us that, yes, a new HD Super Mario game is coming. And it'll be a 3D platformer. The footage we see only goes for a few seconds, but already we can see that it will feature themed levels, classic platforming, and the man himself -- Super Mario.




nintendonintendo switchsuper mario





Latest Comments
ravn0s
Posted 01:40pm 21/10/16
the mario kart at 1:40 looks new.
Commenting has been locked for this item.