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E3 2014: Nintendo Lineup

E3 2014: Nintendo Lineup

All aboard the Nintendo Hype Train! Non-stop service from here to Awesometown! In all seriousness, Nintendo had a lot to prove going into E3 2014. 3DS has been doing very well, but the Wii U continues to struggle with a sparse library and dwindling 3rd party support. To combat this, Nintendo has deployed their most diverse E3 line up in a long time. When the Wii U was first announced, one of the features that...

Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph to feature a LOT of video game icons!

Disney released the first trailer for their Christmas season release this year, and while that sort of thing is not something I wouldn’t usually cover, Wreck-It Ralph  features a lot of famous and obscure video game characters. Long story short, the movie follows Wreck-It Ralph, a bad guy who wants to be a hero after 30 years of wrecking buildings only to be beaten over and over again. It all sounds like standard Disney, which isn’t a...

Indie Spotlight: Thinking With Portals

If you buy your Aperture Science t-shirts one size too small on purpose, wear glasses just to be trendy, and or don’t buy games made by people like Cave Johnson because they are too mainstream… and they charge money for them. Then fear not and get to testing with these awesome indie games from or inspired by the mainstream hit Portal.

CES 2012: Wii U Tablet Controller Hands-on Demo First Impressions

  Let’s be honest, folks… When Nintendo announced at last year’s E3 that they would rolling out with a new tablet-like controller before a new console, we were all more than a little confused. To me, it totally looked like an iPad skinned with Nintendo controllers but honestly after getting my hands-on the new controller I know that I was totally wrong. Nintendo is well aware that the only way this new device will work...

RFMag Editor’s Holiday Picks

The misfits at Royal Flush Magazine banded together to comprise an interesting holiday list this year. Our staff covers everything from video games and music right down to cooking utensils. If you still need help finding something for anyone on your holiday shopping list, well then, keep reading ‘cause we might have you covered! .

Super Mario 3D Land Review

The 3DS came out this year and has been met with many tough challenges overcome including a 250 dollar price, missing features and a weak game lineup. Since then, Nintendo has lowered the price of the hardware, added new functionality with Netflix and eShop, and now they’re charging into the holidays with 2 new platform exclusive Mario game.  The first of these titles is now available, but after setting the bar so high with the Wii Super Mario Galaxy games,...