All things handheld for gamers on the go; featuring Gameboys, PSPs and much more.
The 10 Pokemon Games You Haven't Played — But Need To
The Pokemon phenomenon started in Japan in 1996 (North America wasn't until 1998), and the world hasn't stopped wanting to become the greatest Pokemon trainer since. The Pokemon world tends to be a vibrant, colorful place full of hopes and dreams and the ever-present unusual animals based off zoology and folklore. If you're anything like me, you've probably spent hundreds of hours wandering the digital wilderness of the Pokemon games looking to fight, capture and train a wide assortment of Pocket Monsters.
5 Features We Hope to Return in Pokemon Alpha/Omega
Greetings, denizens! So as we all know, the pleas to Remake Hoenn have been answered, and there are two shiny new games on the horizon. There's been a lot of speculation on Alpha and Omega, and what new or returning favorite features they might have to offer. I've heard a couple mentioned that don't actually have much to do with battling or stats, but made previous games shine with personal touches. Read on!
Hoenn's Secret Bases are back!
If you're like me, you lie awake at night, pondering your place in the infinite vastness of the universe, and wondering what the future might hold. Fortunately, we know one thing for sure: Hoenn remakes are finally coming, and they're sounding better all the time.
Gamers Urged Not To Try And Catch Sandshrew In Darwin Police Station
Pokemon GO has started to enrol across selected countries and gamers are already out in the open space trying to track down the hidden characters. This may even mean doing a slight bit of trespassing... The game is full of selected "Pokestops" where users can spin the stop and collect various items to help them out on their journey. Surprisingly a lot of churches across the world are a load of "Pokestops". Even selected police stations too. The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services wrote this on Social Media:
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Quick Review
Disclaimer: I’m in no way represented by Nintendo. I just really love Animal Crossing and want to write about it! Way back in 2007, I received a copy of Animal Crossing: City Folk for Wii as a Christmas gift. Ever since then, I’ve been an avid fan of the franchise. The relaxing gameplay, the cute atmosphere, I could go on and on about my undying love for Animal Crossing. When Nintendo announced an Animal Crossing app, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, I was head over heals. I couldn’t wait for it to release in my country, so I took the plunge and made an Australian iTunes account so I could play the game ahead of time (because Pocket Camp is only available in Australia at the moment).
Sonic the Hedgehog (Android) Review
I grew up with Sonic the Hedgehog. The first game was released when I was two years old and I remember watching my brother play it. The colours must have been pleasing to my baby brain. I would be sprawled out next to him on the floor and he would be making this blue blur run from one side of the screen to the other, passing palm trees and bugs one minute and then dodging lava and spikes the next. I loved it.