The Rise, Fall and Unexpected Revival of Mario Strikers Charged
Mario Strikers Charged took what made its predecessor shine as a competitive title and cranked it up to 11.
MSC stands as a shining example of how to make a sequel to an esports title, but that’s not the only important part of this game’s legacy. This is also the game that finally introduced Nintendo fans to the politics, passion, and competitive drive of early 2000s clan wars. With another sequel just around the corner, let’s look back at one of the rare instances where Nintendo mostly did everything right.
This is the story of Mario Strikers Charged, the rise, fall, and revival of Nintendo’s greatest sports game.
The Tragedy of Halo Infinite - Can This Game Find Esports Redemption?
What happened to Halo Infinite and can this game be able to find esports redemption? I am a diehard halo fan. I’ve played all the games, read all the books, and spent weeks to months of my life playing Lone Wolf ranked, ghostbusters, and fat-kid custom games, and making beautiful, detailed maps in forge.
The Gacha Game Takeover - Loot Boxes, Waifus, and Gambling?
Have you ever wanted something so badly that despite how unlikely the odds, you’ll pour time and money into try and get it? Are you a master of convincing yourself that “the next drop will have what you want”? Would you willingly spend 8 hours of your day rolling a slot machine just to get the last piece in a set? If you said yes to all of these, you are most likely a gacha player.
Nintendo’s Accidental Fighting Game - Mario Tennis Aces
Mario Tennis Aces is a sports game that plays remarkably like a fighting game. It may look like tennis, but by all metrics – complex tech, RPS interactions, mind games, footsies – this is a fighting game. Today we’re going to talk about a title for the Nintendo Switch that has been taken to its limits by a small community of dedicated tennis lovers.
Electronic Arts Is For Sale - Amazon, Apple, and Comcast Want To Buy?
The video game industry as of late has seen the likes of Sony and Microsoft engage in a race to acquire other studios and consolidate their respective collection of IPs and publishing talent.