The year is nearly over and there have been loads of brilliant Nintendo games this year, but which one was the most beautiful? Which one had the best story? Which was the best Wii U game?
It’s time to show the great games of this year some recognition in the brand spanking new NintyBuzz Awards 2015! It isn’t too serious but just something fun to finish off the year. All you need to do is to nominate a Nintendo game for each category, and as this is the first NintyBuzz Awards, we are also counting games which have been out since the Summer of 2014!
There’s also an incentive for you wonderful lot to vote. There is an Amiibo up for grabs for three lucky voters, and the more categories you vote for, the better your chances are to win, there’s even a chance to increase your chances further by sharing the fun!
Check out the categories after the break!
In case you’ve been living as a nomad for the last few years, you might have realised that it’s 2015 and that this year has been a great one for gaming, with the release of games like Kerbal Space Program (after 3 years in Early Access), GTA V for the PC & Cities: Skylines, a better city builder than the 2013 Sim City ever could be. This run of great games has given me cause for annoyance with the release of the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Check out my rant of the situation after the break! (And yes, this is a PC article on a Nintendo blog… go figure!)
UK entertainment retailer, HMV, have been a bit up and down over the past couple of years. In 2013, the company entered administration which forced the company to close several stores and make several employees redundant. However, they quickly got back on their feet and were even able to reopen some of their closed stores.
More recently however, in early 2014, they ended their trade-in programme for video games, which meant they could no longer purchase used games from customers. Unfortunately, it seems they may start to phase out gaming altogether in the near future.
Find out more details after the break!