Excerpt: Nintendo has a history of trying new things, and Super Princess Peach on the Nintendo DS is no exception. Princess Peach was out for a stroll when Bowser came a kidnapping. Since he was not able to get the princess, Bowser settled for Mario and Luigi.
Excerpt: Kind of like saccharin, bubble gum, and Barbie dolls, it comes in a pink package. Unlike saccharin, bubble gum, and Barbie dolls, the stuff inside this pink package is very, very good. Before you pass off Super Princess Peach as a no-boys-allowed, chicks-only version of the Mario universe, play it.
Excerpt: It’s about time Peach got her own adventure. Sure, she was a playable character in a few Mario games, but she’s never had an adventure to call her own. On top of that, this is really the first new 2d platformer we’ve gotten from Nintendo since Yoshi’s Island. Huzzah!
Excerpt: For the last couple of months, thousands of players have been going at the multiplayer demo for Battlefield 1942. This is another of those games that had little hype and managed to gain its popularity solely based on sheer fun; the initial demo release had some pretty major bugs, but people played...