Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

New release round-up bumper summer special

It’s perhaps a cliché to say it, but Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is another Wii U conversion more than deserving of a second chance on Switch. Or in this case, not just on Switch but 3DS too. Both conversions are well worth your time, mostly gaining 8/10 review...

UK chart sees Nintendo titles on the rise

With no new entries and GTA V holding the top spot for a second week running, this week’s UK chart isn’t exactly a thrilling one. The fact that a handful of Nintendo titles have moved up the ranks hasn’t escaped us, however. We put this down to last...

Toad in the hole – Treasure Tracker makes UK top 20

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has become 2015’s first new arrival in the UK top 40, tunnelling in at #16. The official release date was last Friday but copies were available to purchase as early as before Christmas. It’s unclear if this has prevented the Wii U-exclusive from charter...

The games of January

After the barrage of new releases that October and November routinely bring, the release schedules tend not to clutter again until around Easter. That’s not to say that the first few months of a new year are always void of major releases though – this January alone has...

Fire Emblem finishes off the year

It’s a predictably quiet week for the Nintendo eShop, but the few new arrivals are worth considering and the week’s discounts aren’t to be sniffed at either. The digital version of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is the headliner, arriving on Friday for £34.99. At the time of typing...

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review round-up

Even with a couple of slightly less than positive reviews behind it, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker still looks set to start 2015 in the best possible fashion. It was Giant Bomb and GamesRadar who weren’t entirely sold on the Super Mario 3D World spin-off. “I consistently enjoyed my...

E3: Nintendo’s fantastic plastic

It would appear that Nintendo called in the Robot Chicken chaps to create a handful of clips for their E3 digital event. We got to see a stop-motion Reggie fire laser-beams out of his eyes, Bowser and Peach argue over the last doughnut, and Little Mac expose the...