Tags : wii


Super Mario Galaxy 2 Gets Unofficial DLC Made by Fans

You read that correctly. Super Mario Galaxy 2 has received some homebrew DLC thanks to a small group of community developers. Though they’re calling it a demo at the moment, these new stages  titled Super Mario Galaxy 2.5 are available to download via the below video’s YouTube page. The levels are completely free, and the devs are […]Read More


Dragon Quest X Will Be Supported for 10 Years

The Wii may be on its way out, but that doesn’t mean one more long-lasting, blockbuster game can’t be released on it, right? That’s the current thought running through the minds of Square Enix developers, as the MMO Dragon Quest X has just released in Japan with the promise of years of support. Instead of […]Read More


Neilson Data Shows That The PS3 Currently Has More Anticipated Titles This Year

This morning, Neilson has released their list of the most anticipated titles separated by console. Their process is relatively simple as the page explains: The anticipation level among gaming consumers was derived from leveraging several key consumer metrics, including Awareness and Purchase Interest, into one overall score. That score was then compared to scores from all previous games released […]Read More


This Week’s Releases: November 21, 2011

Welcome to the Stick Skills weekly video game release preview for November 21, 2011. Our review for Assassin’s Creed Revelations is coming out in just a few days, but in the meantime, what would it be like if Ezio Auditore was pitted against a world class ninja? Thanks this superb stop-motion video from Machinima, we […]Read More


New Video Shows What’s New in Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer

Activision has released a new behind the scenes trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s multiplayer. The video shows off new streak and class systems, and how  Modern Warfare 3 will attempt to differentiate itself from previous games in the series. To promote players who like to achieve more team-based objectives, kill streaks have […]Read More