• Inside the Guide: End-of-Year Cleanup

    Michael cleans up the list of walkthroughs he planned to write this year.

  • [NSFW] Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth (WiiWare)

    Happy Halloween! Or, if you're Jewish, Happy Golem Day!

  • Mega Man 10 (Wii-WW)

    Ask your mad doctor if Roboenza is right for you.

  • Versus Mode: Rare, Fanboyism, Demos, and More

    GameCola writers Zach Rich and Paul Franzen discuss whether you should earn Trophies for watching movies, which franchises Rare should revisit next, and more.

  • LostWinds (Wii-WW)

    Background info: So, you might have heard of this thing called WiiWare. For those unfamiliar with the term, it's one of Nintendo Wii's online channels. Specifically, it's the place where gamers can d

  • WiiWare Review (August 2008)

    It’s a little light on content, but overall a decent game. Thematically the whole game is cute and very enjoyable, but without a lot of depth, it’s hard to keep coming back to. The gun noises coming from the Wii-mote get obnoxious pretty fast, but if you like shooter games, you could do a lot worse for your points.

  • WiiWare Review (July 2008)

    This is an abysmal way to start off the month for WiiWare, with a good concept that fell to pieces in development. Terrible graphics, annoying repetitive music, a lack of real customization options and AI that is just total garbage makes for a terrible racing experience that is as frustrating as it is lackluster. Still, the concept is cool, but it doesn’t come close to saving this game.

  • WiiWare Review (June 2008)

    Toki Tori is a great puzzle game, and it's a HUGE upgrade from the original on the Game Boy Color. Lots of puzzles, good use of the Wiimote, great audio, and very worth the price if you like puzzle games.

  • WiiWare Review (May 2008)

    A fun little game where you pick up stick figures and bash the crap out of them to prevent them from destroying your castle. It's a little boring and repetitive, but I found the multiplayer to be rather enjoyable with a couple of friends. If you're rationing points, it's not what I would call a priority buy, but it's certainly a good time waster if you're not willing to play a free version on the Web.