Sunday, January 1 1995
NBA 2K6 remains unaffected by the rolling red-state tide.
Don't worry if the police are slow and boring for the first day. It's not them, it's you.
Playing New Super Mario Bros. is a lot like shagging an ex: it's satisfying in the moment, but afterwards you realize your effort could have been spent better elsewhere.
Like most sim games, Nintendogs is not about control, but care.
I'd consider this a masterpiece, but it lacks the instant gratification that the best shooters have.
Something I find utterly pointless is the constant comparisons between the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP.
I expect innovation when I hear Molyneux's name attached to a project.
Mario Superstar Baseball embraces the universal desire to see any given pitch turn into something truly astounding.
Technically Metroid Prime: Hunters is the DS's greatest achievement.
Expectations being what they are, Makai Kingdom just plain isn't enough.