Cosplayer d-slim cares not for your spandex and swords. He cares for fake armour, and mech suits, and they're awesome.
Advance Wars fans, break out the champagne. The much-loved strategy game from Nintendo, along with fan-favorite Metroid, Yoshi and WarioWare titles, will be hitting the Wii U next month.
Five years after its Western release, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin is finally hitting Japan—as a Club Nintendo Platinum Reward. The game was previously delayed several times in Japan and then cancelled.
If you had to ask me the one thing that would get me interested in the hyper-partisan wasteland that is American politics, I'd have to say Advance Wars.
Even though Zelda has killing and even Mario has head-stomping, when you think about it, nearly all of Nintendo's first-party properties are harmless affairs. Bright colours, innocent storylines, big-eyed cartoon mascots and candy-coloured fantasy worlds where everything turns out just fine.
Nintendo's turn-based wargame Advance Wars works well as a video game. But as a board game? Yeah, looks like it works pretty well as a board game, too.
Speaking to a packed house at the conclusion of the Game Developers Conference this weekend, famed game developer Will Wright told the crowd he plays a Nintendo game everyone morning to kick off his day.