Just Dance 2020 Confirmed to be Ubisoft’s Last Wii game!!!

As many people know Just Dance 2020 was released a few days ago on November 5th and has been released for multiple game systems such as: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and even the original Wii console. Speaking of the Wii console we have recently learned that Just Dance 2020 will be the final game within series to appear on that game system. Sometimes its hard to believe the Just Dance series has been appearing on the Wii console since 2009. In fact, the original Just Dance game was a Wii exclusive which was very popular following its initial release a decade ago. The Wii remote and nunchucks really added to the fun factor of previous entries of the Just Dance series and is something that people still enjoy to this day. However, it should be noted that as a game system the Wii is at least two generations old considering the fact that it came out back in November 2006.

The graphics and visuals for the Wii console are outdated and people would most likely prefer the optimal quality of current generation consoles such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One or even the Nintendo Switch to some extent. In fact, its doubtful that a majority of gamers still have a Wii console let alone play games on it in the year 2019. While its a shock that there was even a Wii version of Just Dance 2020 unfortunately this will the last Ubisoft game that will ever see this company at all.

Retro Gaming 00’s- Perfect Dark: (2000)

As far as classic first person shooter games are concerned in relation to the 2000’s one of the most pop games that we saw on the Nintendo 64 was a title known as Perfect Dark. For those who do not know Perfect Dark was developed by Rare and published by Nintendo and was initially released for the N64 during the Spring of 2000. Perfect Dark was a game that had an interesting plot that was set in early 2020’s and involved players controlling the main protagonist Joanna Dark as she attempts thwart a conspiracy by a rival corporation known as dataDyne. One of the cool things about the storyline for Perfect Dark is the fact that it takes place in the midst of interstellar warfare between two different races known as the Skedars and the Maians. Also, as players progress throughout the game they eventually see unexpected twists and revelations regarding the story. Players eventually see Daniel Carrington get captured by dataDyne and learn about the corporation’s plans about capturing the United States President in hopes of accessing the Pelagic II. The depth of the story for Perfect Dark was something that many people liked in addition to the gameplay which was similar to that of GoldenEye 007 which was released for the N64 in 1997.

In addition to having a captivating storyline, nice graphics and gameplay that was on par with 007 Perfect Dark also had three multiplayer game modes that could allow up to four players which added to the game’s overall replay value. As far as sales is concerned Perfect Dark managed to reach at least 2.5 million copies and was considered to be one of the best first- person shooter games of the early 00’s. Despite, not being nearly as successful as GoldenEye 007 many would argue that Perfect Dark was a game that felt like it was ahead of its time. Perfect Dark was released right before the first person shooter genre of gaming started to very popular. Since its initial release in 2000 Perfect Dark was remastered and re-released back in 2010 and since then people have wondered whether or not there would be a direct sequel to the game as well.

Three NES Games Coming Soon to Nintendo Switch Online on April 10th!!!

As the Switch continues to grow in popularity we are fortunate enough to also get to play classic NES titles provided on the console’s Online eShop. We have just learned that on April 10th Nintendo will be adding three more NES titles to the Nintendo Switch eShop including Super Mario Bros Lost Levels (1986), Punch Out (1987) and Star Solider (1986). While the Super Mario Bros series for the NES is very popular and well known throughout the gaming world not everyone is too familiar with Punch Out or Star Solder which were both somewhat addictive 8-bit titles from the 80’s.

While Star Solider is a retro space shoot em up game Punch Out is an arcade styled boxing game that had a high replay value. Punch Out was probably one of the most memorable sports/fighting games of the NES era and is one that would definitely be an attraction to Switch owners who are really into sports such as boxing. It almost certain that Nintendo will add more NES titles to the Switch eShop as we progress throughout the rest of the year and include more classics frond the 8-bit era of gaming.

Will there ever be a Tekken Tag Tournament 3?

As far as big fighting games in relation to the 10’s decade is concerned one of the more exciting titles that we got a chance to see was Tekken Tag Tournament 2 which was released over eight years ago. Not only was Tekken Tag Tournament 2 a memorable fighting game it also managed to reach over 1.5 million units worldwide in relation to sales and was received numerous awards for “Best Fighting Game” of 2012 from the likes of GameSpot, Game Informer and Digital Trends shortly after its release. While there has been a lot of speculation that Tekken 7 from 2015 was most likely going to be the final entry in the series there are still many people who would love to see a direct sequel to Tekken Tag Tournament 2 sometime in the future. As curt stands Namco has no plans whatsoever on developing a Tekken Tag Tournament 3 anytime in the future.

However, it should be noted that prior to the release of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 the first TTT game came out back in 1999. So it basically took Namco over a decade to make a sequel for the original Tekken Tag Tournament game which was actually worth waiting for. In fact, roster for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 was arguably the best that we have seen in any game within the entire series since the mid-90’s. If Namco has no plans on making a sequel to Tekken Tag Tournament 2 than having a remastered version of the game for the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One would definitely be something that many people would love to see.

Upcoming Games- Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled (2019)

There are so many upcoming games that the world is looking forward to seeing this year on various game systems such as the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and the Xbox One. As far as remastered games are concerned One of the biggest titles of this summer is Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled. For those who do not know Crash Team Racing was a game that was originally released for the PS1 back in ’99 which was roughly twenty years ago and was developed by Naughty Dog as the fourth installment of the Crash Bandicoot series. Crash Team Racing was a game that well received by fans and critics alike and many people are happy that we are finally going to see a remastered version of this game in 2019.

Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled was announced at the 2018 Game Awards and unlike the original PS1 game it will be developed by Beenox opposed to Naughty Dog. It should also be noted that Crash Tea. Racing: Nitro Fueled will be published by Activision opposed to Sony Computer Entertainment and it will be appearing on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch on June 21st. The is no question that Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled will be a huge attraction on multiple game systems this upcoming summer.

Would Luigi have made a better villain within the Super Mario Bros series?

There is no question that the Super Mario Bros series has been legendary since the NES days of the 80’s. Both Mario and Luigi are considered to be an iconic duo in relation to platform adventure games and things have been this way over 30 years now on Nintendo based game consoles. However, some wonder how different the Mario series could have ended up becoming if Luigi started off as a villain before joining his brother Mario. On one hand starting off as a villain could off helped Luigi’s popularity in major way. The idea of having Luigi as a video game boss in one of the first three Super Mario Bros titles would have been very interesting and would of made people look at him much differently then they currently do right now.

As it currently stands characters such as Yoshi are considered to be more popular than Luigi especially considering how many games there has been within the Yoshi series since the early 90’s. Also, Wario was more popular than Luigi at some point especially when he started off as the main villain for Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins for Game Boy back in 1992. Wario was originally a villain before becoming a anti-hero and if Luigi had a similar role within the Super Mario Bros series it could of ended up making him a somewhat cooler than Mario who is often portrayed as a clean cut hero that rescues Princess Peach from the clutches of Bowser. In theory, having Luigi as a short term villain who transitions into becoming an anti-hero who works alongside Mario could have worked but Nintendo never intended on making Luigi a more edgier character than his brother.

Marvel vs Capcom 3 (2011) vs Dragonball FighterZ (2018) which game is more popular?

When we think about popular arcade styled crossover fighting games of the 10’s decade that has been very popular both Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds along with Dragonball FighterZ are two titles that instantly comes to mind. Back in February 2011 many people were very excited about the fact the MvC series made its big return and since its release on the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 Marvel vs Capcom 3 had managed to be named the”Best Fighting Game” of that year. The characters included in Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds saw the return of popular characters such as Ryu, Wolverine, Hulk, Chun-Li, Morrigan while seeing the introduction of new characters such as Deadpool, Chris Redfield, Albert Wesker and others which made the game more exciting than people expected. In fact many would argue that Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds was a way better game than its sequel Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite which came out in September 2017.

In fact, many people believed that Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite was going to be the best fighting game of 2018 until Dragonball FighterZ arrived in retail during late-January of that year. Dragonball FighterZ was not only twice as better than Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite but many people argue that the story mode for the game puts it a step above MvC 3: Fate of Two Worlds. Since its release this past January Dragonball FighterZ has managed to reach over 3.5 million units in worldwide sales within a year. In terms of which game is better between Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Dragonball FighterZ is a bit tough especially since both were huge attractions within the fighting genre during the 10’s decade.