Review: Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)https://www.ticgn.com/review-poochy-yoshis-woolly-world-3ds/
Another Wii U game has been bestowed upon 3DS owners in the guise of Yoshi’s Woolly World. Unlike the previous Wii U conversion, Yoshi’s starring role has everything intact except local multiplayer (which is admittedly kind of odd since New Super Mario Bros. 2 handled that just fine). It makes up for this by featuring brand new content with Yoshi’s adorable dog sidekick Poochy and stop-motion animations that are guaranteed to melt some players’ hearts. Considering the Wii U is beyond the prowess of an Xbox 360/Playstation 3 and the 3DS isn’t exactly up to par with Gamecube standards, just seeing Yoshi’s Woolly World exist as is on the platform is a solid achievement on Nintendo’s and Good Feel’s part.
Kamek has turned Yoshis into yarn and has spread th
Candystand Contest! WIN DIGITAL GAMES!!Hey, Internet! This is Ryan, and I have not a giveaway, but a contest to announce.
So, as you might know, I am probably the biggest fan of the browser games on Candystand.com and Nabiscoworld.com. You can read more about my obsessions here: https://www.ticgn.com/retro-flashback-candystand-com/
Anyway, I thought that since Candystand has held contests throughout its lifetime, I could try and do one of my own with a few of its games! Players will get to play any or all of the three games that'll serve as the basis for the contest. The winners will receive digital games as prizes!
First, the qualifications:
1) You must send me a screenshot or video recording (preferably the latter if you want bonus points) of your session with the game(s) you played. The screenshot/video must contain the final results of your score.
2) You must spread word abo
Review: Mario and Luigi Paper Jam (3DS)https://www.ticgn.com/review-mario-luigi-paper-jam-3ds/
It’s been out for about ten whole months here in North America, but I suppose it’s better late than never to cover this game. Anyway, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is the fifth installment in AlphaDream’s thirteen-year old RPG series. As can be indicated by the title the major hook is that the series has crossed over with fellow MarioRPG series, Paper Mario…or so we are told. If you’re expecting this to be like any Paper Mario installment, you will be setting yourself up for disappointment. This is, first and foremost, a Mario & Luigi game. It pains me to know that the people behind the modern Paper Mario games don’t know that there are major differences between the two serie
Retro Flashback: 40 Best Windows 95 Games (PC)https://www.ticgn.com/retro-flashback-40-best-windows-95-games-pc/
This day and age, indie games are as prominent as AAA companies pushing out games made from multi-million dollar budgets. While working independently has grown to be more and more of a popular option since the late 2000s, however, the idea of doing so isn’t a new concept. Indie games have actually co-existed with AAAs for a lot longer than gamers may suspect. In this case, many of them found themselves in bargain bin compilations whose titles consist of outrageous claims.
“40 Best Windows 95 Games“? Wow! Forty of the best Windows 95 games are compiled into this one disk? Nah, it’s just a bunch of shovelware. Hey, look on the bright side. At least you got a free trial of America Online! That’s cool, right?
To be fair, it wasn’t like the developers were even aware publishers would be so ballsy. It isn’t their fault customers’ expectations would deflate when the
Review: Nefarious (PC)https://www.ticgn.com/review-nefarious-pc/
One of the many games to be on display at PAX South, Nefarious is a Kickstarter success that I’ve actually been familiar with ever since the game’s composer (and Tadpole Treble creator) Matthew Taranto brought it up as a project he’s working with on the Brawl in the Family website. I admittedly hadn’t followed it closely throughout its development, but sometime before Penny Arcade Expo came around for gamers to experience, we at TICGN received Steam keys for the game ahead of time. So thank you to the devs at StarBlade, and without further ado, let’s get to the plot!
The princess has been kidnapped and the hero is on foot to save the day… Or so that’s how the usual saying goes. Nefarious has the
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