August 13, 2015 Splatoon’s Small Details Encourage Co-operative Team Play Splatoon changes online multiplayer dynamics by not recording the overall number of kills and deaths you’ve had in your total time playing. Read More August 12, 2015 A Pokemon Stadium Game Belongs on Wii U The Wii U has graced the homes of millions of gamers for almost 3 years and yet we haven’t seen a Pokemon game of any sorts hit Nintendo’s flagship system. Read More August 10, 2015 Super Mario Bros Makes Puzzle & Dragons More Accessible The mobile Puzzle & Dragons was a smash hit, but also had a steep learning curve. Nintendo’s adaptation for the 3DS has made the game accessible by all Read More August 5, 2015 The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes Gets a Release Date Nintendo’s online adventure is hitting shelves this fall with some odd design choices. Read More August 5, 2015 Is Hyrule Warriors the Most Replayable Single Player Wii U Game? Fans worried that Hyrule Warriors would become stale and repetitive when it was announced. A year after release, those two assumptions could be further from the truth. Read More July 23, 2015 Pokken is Testing the Water in American Arcades Nintendo’s pocket monster fighting game, Pokken, is heading to arcades at select Dave & Buster’s locations to test North American waters for the new title. It’s currently only available for….. Read More July 23, 2015 The Binding of Isaac & the Lack of N3DS Exclusives The cult classic indie title makes its way onto the New 3DS, but serves as a painful reminder of its relatively paltry library so far. Read More ← Older posts The Pixel Attack Podcast is a nifty little show about four writers gathering each week to dissect and examine all the wonderful happenings in the world of video games. Copyright © Steven Messner 2014 All Rights Reserved. Tags3DS Amiibo indie Indie Bytes indie games Indie Gaming Mario microsoft Nintendo PC PC Gaming Podcast PS4 Sony Steam Super Smash Bros Wii U xbox xbox one Zelda Pixel Attack Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.