The format/developer/publisher bit: Nintendo 3DS (Digital download), developed by Jupiter, published by Nintendo
The ten-word synopsis: It’s just some new puzzles for those addicted to Picross.
Two glances at the screenshot above and I’ve already solved that puzzle. I couldn’t simply look at it as a picture. Instead, it’s a challenge. It’s Picross challenging me. There’s no two ways about it: I’m an addict. I’m a Picross addict. And I’m proud of it. Continue reading
The system/publisher/developer bit: Nintendo 3DS, developed & published by Nintendo
The ten-word synopsis: More 2D Mario platforming action, now with lots more coins.
It’s testament to just what a miraculous job Shigeru Miyamoto did in 1985 that Nintendo can release essentially the same game these days and it’s still one of the best titles put out all year. While there continues to be a Mario revolution with games such as Super Mario Galaxy, it’s the gentle evolution of the New Super titles that seems almost more remarkable than Miyamoto simply redefining the genre again, as the gaming dreamworker seems to do at least once every 5 or 6 years. Continue reading