What We Need From Nintendo’s Eshop

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

It’s been four solid years since Nintendo launched the virtual console, or eShop for the original Nintendo Wii and we’ve seen some amazing title arise from the ashes for another play through.  Since then it has come over to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS but recently it seems like something is missing, or maybe more correctly, that it could use a little something more. Continue reading “What We Need From Nintendo’s Eshop”

Splatoon Review: Covered In Creativity

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

At first glance Splatoon (Wii U) seems like one of those strangely styled kids games that takes a second thought to buy.  It features characters called inklings which can switch between human and squid form depending on what mechanisms they are using to beat their opponents.  The third person shooter takes the player through several different stages where they will shoot multicolored ink over others and their surroundings, trying to cover as much territory as possible. Continue reading “Splatoon Review: Covered In Creativity”