Nintendo Nerds

Nintendo Nerds

Nintendo is what Genesis isn't. Kirby, Mario, Pikachu, and beyond; all about the creators of our favorite games.

'Super Contra' Review
When I first purchased and received my NES Classic Edition just weeks before Christmas in 2016, Super Contra, or Super C, was one of the games that I was eager to play. As a kid, I played the original...
Aaron Dennis3 days ago
'Air Fortress' on the NES
Air Fortress is an interesting game to say the least. I recall first playing it when I was like 8. My uncle had borrowed it from a friend of his. For whatever reason, we called it Space Man, so when I...
Nick Falkner13 days ago
NES Memories
Atari had it all. Nolan Bushnell's company that put gaming on the map was on top of the world. The Atari VCS, otherwise known as the Atari 2600, was the most popular system for its time. There was not...
Chloe Gilholy16 days ago
Samus Aran's Female Empowerment
Samus Aran is the original femme fatale of Nintendo. Often referred as the first playable female character in gaming, the intergalactic bounty hunter has been a character of great interest to me. I wa...
Tim Horton18 days ago
Nintendo Announce New Mobile Action-RPG, 'Dragalia Lost!'
Today, Nintendo has announced that it will be releasing a new game for mobile devices. After a few years of resistance, Nintendo has emerged as a major player in the mobile games market. Early in the ...
Aaron Dennisa month ago
'Dragon Strike' for the NES
Dragon Strike is set in Krynn, which is from the Dragonlance Saga. For those who are unfamiliar with Dungeons and Dragons, the table top, role-playing system had numerous worlds or realms, but Dragonl...
Nick Falknera month ago
'Rampage' Memories
I happened upon this crazy game in an arcade during my youth. I studied this game for a bit, and saw that this game was way different than anything else in the arcade, or on any system for that matter...
James Lizowskia month ago
10 Classic Nintendo Games That Deserve a Reboot
Since the beginning of the video game evolution peaked around most of our childhood days, our younger years consisted of absolutely amazing games. Since video game companies were experimenting and rel...
Aaron Dennisa month ago
'Castlevania'
Castlevania. Boy, what a strange name that was for a video game based on the stories of Dracula, Count Vlad Tepes, based on the stories of Vlad the Impaler, based on the book of the movie, and—okay, I...