"Nintendo is known for having fantastic franchises. These include Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Pokemon, Fire Emblem, and Donkey Kong, just to name a few! Over the years, almost every Nintendo franchise has received new installments and ports to new consoles. This brings up the question: out of every single Nintendo game, which ones have sold the best?"
"Protoshift (PC) - I've Gone and Messed It Up Again
Despite having funny titles, Protoshift's OST is actually one of the best I've heard this year. I quite recently reviewed this game on the website - and although the game itself is nothing too spectacular, the soundtrack is pretty killer, and this one is my favorite from the bunch. If dulcet tones and smooth electronic music is your thing, then this one is perfect for you!"
July was a slow month and I was out of town a lot. This left only a few weekends for garage sales. But I still had good luck and I found a few gems. The season is over halfway done and there is only about 2 months left in my area. There are still plenty of games to be found.
"I was a bit leery about this title when I saw Activision’s logo on the box, but they didn’t seem to taint this title at all. In fact, some aspects of this game have found their way into Call of Duty: Black Ops. Weird, right? I’m guessing some developers from this title meandered their way over to the Call of Duty office and helped with those titles."
The announcement of Disney canceling Disney Infinity has many gamers disappointed. The last few years have been good for the so-called "Toys to Life" games. Skylanders, Lego Dimensions, Disney Infinity, Nintendo’s Amiibos have all filled this niche. The bigger question remains is this the slow decline of the popularity across the genre? What is going to happen over the next few years? What's next for the genre?