Rayman

The only Rayman game I have ever seen was that Rayman Arena game that came out on the Gamecube and PS2, but apparently he has been around for longer than that, having games on the PS1 and the Sega Saturn. If you have played the new Rayman games then you have a general idea of... Continue Reading →

Pokemon Puzzle Challenge

So if you have somehow missed out on a lot of the offshoot Pokemon games, most people might tell you to go and play them, like Pokemon Snap or the Mystery Dungeon series. However, on the Game Boy we witnessed an addition to the Pokemon offshoot family and that is Pokemon Puzzle Challenge. You can... Continue Reading →

Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Being the only original LoZ title created for the Game Boy Advance, Minish Cap marks its place as a must have for any enthusiast of the console or the series. The Minish Cap is made a fresh entry to the series by introducing more vivid colors as you explore an array of places such as... Continue Reading →

Pokemon: Yellow Version

September 1998. A masterpiece had been unveiled to world the blew the batteries out of everyone’s Gameboys for years to come. Nintendo had graced the world with a Pokemon experience that inspired many trainers around the globe to get out there and catch them all! For those that aren’t familiar with the hype, Pokemon is... Continue Reading →

Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

If you are a diehard Zelda fan, then Link’s Awakening is surely one you have seen or heard of, but to others it may just be “one of them ole zelda games for the Nintendo Boy”. However, Link’s Awakening is easily in my top three Zelda games not only for nostalgic reasons, but because this... Continue Reading →

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