Wednesday, 24 February 2021

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Tuesday, 16 February 2021

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Monday, 1 February 2021

Top 10 Nintendo GameCube Hidden Gems


10. TimeSplitters: Future Perfect


A cult classic quite literally for the ages, TimeSplitters: Future Perfect sees you take the role of an off-brand Vin Diesel in a time travelling adventure to save the world. With light, accessible FPS gameplay, plenty of memorable characters and a deliciously satirical sense of humour, there’s a reason people have been clamouring for a new Timesplitters game for over a decade. Until then, Future Perfect is still worth a playthrough. 


9. Tales of Symphonia


One of the best RPG games to grace the Gamecube, Namco’s Tales of Symphonia isn’t one to miss. Starring a memorable cast of characters on a quest to save the world, its story is full of twists and turns that help elevate it above the standard genre affair. With thrilling battles, challenging environmental puzzles and a gorgeous cell shaded art style that still holds up today, this is a game that you can easily sink over 100 hours into.


8. Geist


An FPS with a difference, you play as a disembodied soul who has to reclaim his body before an evil demon can wreak havoc. As an incorporeal spirit, you’re able to not only move much faster than usual, but also assume control of the bodies of others. This could be human enemies, but also animals, all of which haven’t different abilities. A truly unique concept, and one that makes us wonder why more games don’t let us play as a moth!


7. Batman Vengeance


Based on the television series The New Batman Adventures and featuring most of the show’s voice actors reprising their roles, the story centres on Batman’s investigation into the Joker’s apparent death. With cinematic cutscenes and stellar voice work, the game is one of the finest outings for the caped crusader on consoles – pulling you into a compelling narrative with stunning visuals and addictive gameplay.


6. Odama


One of the strangest games ever released, Odama combines feudal Japan with pinball! At the bottom of the battlefield are two pinball flippers which you use to move the Odama, a big destructive ball. The aim of each mission is to wipe out the enemy forces while protecting your own; this is achieved through a combination of the Odama itself, and the efforts of your AI controlled military forces. It’s a title that needs to be played to be truly grasped, but somehow it just works


5. Capcom vs SNK 2 EO


With more than 44 characters from the Capcom and SNK fighting universes and customisable fighting styles, Capcom vs SNK 2 EO is an endlessly exciting beat-‘em-up that sees you powering your way through endless slugfests on your way to world domination. With beautiful 2D animation and new combos and super combos to master, this fighter will have you coming back for more again and again till you have defeated every single foe.


4. Beyond Good and Evil


Set on a distant planet, Beyond Good and Evil sees you take the role of Jade, an investigative reporter tasked with revealing a planet-wide alien conspiracy. You’ll have to solve puzzles, fight enemies and obtain photographic evidence to prevail, with plenty of interesting characters to meet along the way. It’s dark, gritty and with one of the most likeable protagonists in gaming, it's no wonder why Beyond Good and Evil has a strong legacy to this day.


3. Phantasy Star Online


The first online PRG to ever release on the Gamecube, Phantasy Star Online was nothing short of revolutionary. With a colourful sci-fi setting, you can team up with up to 3 friends over the internet to complete quests, collect items, and fight enemies in real-time action RPG combat. Its main servers might now be offline, but you can easily find private servers to continue the adventure in the present day. 


2. Eternal Darkness


The first game to be published by Nintendo to receive a Mature rating, Eternal Darkness is a game you don’t want to play in the dark, eternal or otherwise! Playing a little like a horrific Assassin’s Creed, you play out the horrific events of people from various points in history through chapters of the Tome of Eternal Darkness. Taking you from 26 BC to 1991, the terror holds up remarkably well, and you’ll be lucky to finish playing with your sanity intact!


1. F-Zero GX


The fastest racing game you’re ever likely to play, nothing gives you white knuckles quite like F-Zero GX. With futuristic tracks and vehicles, over 30 racers to choose from and a thumping EDM soundtrack, it’s a beautiful assault on all your senses as you traverse something of the most difficult courses found in gaming. You’ll need to have Cheetah-like reflexes, nerves of steel and a good knowledge of each track to prevail, but this all makes it infinitely satisfying when you achieve victory. If you think Mario Kart is a little too basic, graduate to F-Zero GX today!


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Top 10 Nintendo Wii Kids Games


10. Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary


This wonderful re-release sees four of the original – and most acclaimed – Mario adventures on one disc, encompassing Super Mario Bros 1, 2 and 3 along with Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels. These charmingly simple and accessible platformers can be enjoyed by all ages and remind players just why the Super Mario games have become one of the most celebrated and long-lasting series’ in gaming history. A perfect introduction to the series for budding gamers, or an enjoyable celebration for long-time fans. Everybody wins.


9. Lego Star Wars III & Complete Saga


There’s only one thing that can make Star Wars better, and that’s Lego. In Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga and Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars, players embark on a colourful and hilarious adventure to a brick-filled galaxy far, far away for many levels of teamwork, creativity and fun. Packed with content from the endless collectables to the great number of playable characters to unlock, these games keep players coming back with their addictive and infinitely enjoyable gameplay.



8. Mario Party 8


Taking place across more than 60 minigames, Mario Party 8 sees up to four players roll virtual dice and move around five game boards to compete in crazy activities that make full use of the Wii Remote. Encouraging active gameplay, the game is a fun way to exercise – and with a single-player mode also included, anyone, can have a Mario Party! One of the most entertaining games on the console, Mario Party 8 is a must-have for younger players.


7. Super Mario Galaxy & Galaxy 2


Among the most critically acclaimed titles on the Wii console, the Super Mario Galaxy games breathe new life into the usual Mario platforming experience by reinventing it with mind-blowing space-themed mechanics, Wii-enhanced controls and truly innovative and imaginative gameplay. One of the most creative gaming experiences ever put on any console, these titles are absolutely essential for players of all ages.



6. Kirby's Epic Yarn


This extremely fun and unique game provides many hours of solid entertainment, wrapped up in charming, craft-influenced visuals. Free from any real challenge or severe punishments, this is a simplistic, funny and inventive little adventure that serves as a wonderful, stress-free escape from reality, making this Kirby’s finest and most heartwarming hour – and an absolutely wonderful introduction to gaming for youngsters. Addictive and colourful, it is a true delight.


5. Lego Harry Potter 1-4 & 5-7


The LEGO games are universally celebrated and for good reason. If the Star Wars games in this list don’t float your boat, perhaps a trip to Hogwarts might be more up your (Diagon) alley! Packed with charming humour, addictive gameplay and endless replayability, these wonderful games are at their best when adapting a beloved film series, and a perfect example of this is Harry Potter. A warm, passionate love- letter to the films, this game combines everything that makes a LEGO game so much fun and the result is one of their best.



4. Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to The City


Focused on pure escapism and simple, addictive gameplay, Animal Crossing sees players moving into a village full of adorable animals and simply living life in real-time. With days and seasons passing, the game is totally open for you to do what you want. Perhaps you want to go shopping for a dandy new hat, fishing for a rare catch or choosing new furniture for your home – the possibilities are endless, and with a new urban area to explore, this is one of the biggest and best Animal Crossing games out there.


3. Just Dance


The Wii console is celebrated for its focus on active exercise-based gameplay, and the Just Dance series remains the finest example of this. With a large number of games in the series – including a Disney edition – all genres of music are catered to for young players to boogie along with. Endlessly replayable and enjoyable, the Just Dance series is one of the best game series on the console and an absolutely essential game if you want to get your kids up and moving.


2. New Super Mario Bros. Wii


Retaining the elements that players know and love about Super Mario while introducing new multiplayer elements that offer a combination of competition and cooperation, New Super Mario Bros is a fun and colourful romp that will provide hours of entertainment for all ages. Nobody does it better than the Super Mario Bros, and this Wii masterpiece is a timeless reminder of why. An essential part of any Wii collection.


1. Mario Kart Wii


Could #1 really be anything else? The Mario Kart series is among the most enjoyable and accessible in gaming, and the motion-controlled Wii game presents a highlight. Packed to the brim with characters, tracks, vehicles and power-ups, Mario Kart also offers the ability to play as your Mii and take to the tracks as yourself! With a focus on simple, colourful fun, Mario Kart Wii presents the Nintendo console at its best and an essential game for younger players.


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