• Versus Mode: Pause Buttons, Going Outside, the Virtual Console, and More

    GC writers Alex Jedraszczak and Sprite Monkey discuss whether games need pause buttons, taxes on videogames, playing games on the Virtual Console vs. the original cartridges, and more.

  • Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure (Wii)

    This is the best game you're not playing right now.There is a reason that Matt Cassamassina, the Editor in Chief of IGN's Nintendo channel, started a campaign to get people to buy Zack Wiki that caus

  • Are You Game?: Wii

    As of January 1st, the Wii is 408 days old. In the 13-and-a-half months the console has been kicking around, games have come and gone, with 184 titles currently available. To put it simply, a lot of them are pure garbage, and if you're one of the three people who bought Pet Horsez 2 (yes, that's a real Wii game—look it up), then this article is for you. Here are the top ten Wii games released in 2006 and 2007. This is your guide to cutting the crap and sticking to the pure essentials. This is the measure of your Wii mettle, as all 10 of these titles should be on your shelf, with no exceptions.

  • Mercury Meltdown Revolution (Wii)

    "Hey, remember that nearly impossible but incredibly fun Marble Madness game for the Atari ST/NES/Game Boy/Sega Master System that you had? The one with the marbles? Yeah, I had that awesome game on m

  • Neutopia (Wii-VC)

    It's worth the price if you want to relive some Legend of Zelda glory days or like to get a good value for your money.

  • Mario Strikers Charged (Wii)

    Soccer fans are hard to come by here in the States, but it's a different story worldwide. Therefore, it should be no surprise that Next Level Games and Nintendo created a follow-up to the moderately s