Smash Bros. GameCube Adapters Sold Out In The US, Online Prices Go Nuts

“Not a single store in Georgia has any,” a local GameStop employee told me over the phone as I called about looking for the GameCube controller released with Super Smash Bros. Wii U. That’s explains why the cheapest one on Amazon is $US89.99, and why eBay prices are going through the roof.



One Big Reason To Finish The New Pokémon Games

Just because you beat the Elite Four and become the champion of Hoenn doesn’t mean Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire has nothing more to offer. If you keep playing after you beat the game, you’ll have a chance to experience something wild.


How To Unlock Every Character And Stage In Smash Bros Wii U

The 3DS and Wii U versions of Smash might have the same roster, but for whatever reason the order in which you unlock the characters different. And if you’re curious as to how to go about unlocking these characters, you’ve come to the right place.


New Hack Allows The 3DS To Run Homebrew Games And Apps

The likes of Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft have gotten better over the years at securing the consoles from external modification, though persistence (and a bit of smarts) can get you a long way. The PS3 eventually fell thanks to some determination and now the Nintendo 3DS has been hacked, so to speak, allowing users to run unsigned code on the platform.


Captain Toad Is A Story Of Murder, Robbery, Addiction And Greed

Recently released in Japan, Captain Toad is a cute little Super Mario 3D World spin-off about collecting coins, gems, and stars while on your way to defeat a giant bird. …Either that or it’s a tale of greed, robbery, and mass murder on a grand scale.


Bathing Grandmas Apparently Cut From Pokémon ORAS

In the original Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, there is a hot springs in Lavaridge Town. Players could go and soak in the steamy water with some old ladies. Lavaridge Town returns in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. So does the bathing. The grannies, it seems, do not.


Happy 10th Birthday, Nintendo DS!

Remember the Nintendo DS? That was the system with Mario Kart and Zelda and a Super Mario Bros. side-scroller and, actually, a lot of great games — sequels and originals alike. Here are our 12 favourite DS games. And here’s an ode to the DS’ greatness.


Pokémon Are Usually Named After The Sounds They Make

Dayshot: Pokémon are usually named after the sounds they make, unless those sounds are, well, screaming. We see this in action in the comic drawn by Justin Hall of Jhallcomics.com. The unnamed spelunker probably had a list for these cases.


Yep, That's Super Mario 64 In Doom

Not the most… expected combination, but the original Doom with a sugary sweet Super Mario 64 filling works surprisingly well, all things considered.