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Why Wario Land 4 Remains the Best Portable Mario

Feature Share it: Tweet Why Wario Land 4 Remains the Best Portable Mario Game We’re marking this overlooked spin-off’s 10th anniversary by finally giving it its due. By: Jeremy Parish November 19, 2011 With Super Mario 3D Land freshly delivered to the eager hands of gamers the world over, Nintendo’s portable platformer legacy is at the front of many people’s minds

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Nintendo’s GameCube is Now 10 Years Old

Just over five years after releasing the Nintendo 64 , and three days after Microsoft entered the home game console business, Nintendo released the GameCube in North America on November 18, 2001.

Rampage on its Way to the Big Screen

Just because a game isn’t a super-hot property right now doesn’t mean it can’t be optioned for a movie.

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10 Years Later: How GameCube and Xbox Defined The Current Gen

Feature Share it: Tweet 10 Years Later: How GameCube and Xbox Defined The Current Gen PlayStation 2 may have dominated last generation, but its competitors set the stage for this one. By: Jeremy Parish November 16, 2011 No one would challenge the claim that Sony’s PlayStation 2 was the decisive victor of the sixth generation of consoles, that nebulous post-32/64-bit era that never lent itself to an easily applied label.

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Microsoft Xbox Turns 10 Years Old Today

It was 10 years ago today that Microsoft entered the videogame console business with the release of the Xbox in North America. The system debuted at $299.99 and its release came more than a year after the PlayStation 2 had already debuted in western markets and three days before the GameCube, which will celebrate its tenth anniversary in North America on Friday

Watch the Phoenix Wright Movie Trailer

Set for release in Japan in February next year, the Ace Attorney movie is gearing up for a three month marketing blitz. Directed by Takashi Miike (Dead or Alive; Ichi the Killer) Gyakuten Saiban as it’s called in Japan is, according to the trailer, set in a dystopian near-future Japan where a stressed criminal justice system has limited trials to three days with a presumption of guilt unless proven otherwise.