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A Quick Update from Gaming Reinvented

As you may have noticed, updates have been pretty slow here on Gaming Reinvented. But don’t panic, there is a reason for this. Namely, I’m redesigning the entire website. Why? Well to be honest, there are two reasons. Firstly, the existing site doesn’t really work for its purpose at the moment. It’s meant to be […]

Detective Pikachu is Getting a Worldwide Release

It’s been heavily anticipated for a while now, but it’s now finally been confirmed by Nintendo. Yep, Detective Pikachu is now being released outside of Japan in Spring 2018. Here’s the official trailer confirming it courtesy of the official Pokemon YouTube channel: As well as Nintendo of America’s Twitter post confirming its release on the […]

New GoldenEye 007 Mod Changes Bond’s Adventure to a Mario Game

Over the years, Mario has been in a wide variety of video game genres. He’s been in platformers of both the 2D and 3D varieties, as expected from the character. He’s had a role in racing games via the Mario Kart series and party games via Mario Party. And well, where sports spinoffs are concerned, […]

Nintendo Releases January 2017 Mini Nintendo Direct

It’s finally here! After days of online rumours, obviously Photoshopped mockups and tantalising social media posts, Nintendo has finally posted a Mini Nintendo Direct online. This time, it deals with various Nintendo Switch games being released in the first months of 2017, including DLC for titles like Super Mario Odyssey. Here’s the video if you […]

Student Team Showcases Nifty 3D Kid Icarus Demo

As you know, we’re pretty fond of promoting great fan games and projects here on Gaming Reinvented. We’ve interviewed many of their developers, posted about almost every hack Kaze Emanuar has worked on and generally tried to support the community wherever possible. Which is why we just had to post about this nifty Kid Icarus […]

Nintendo Files Trademark for 1080 Snowboarding

Back in the olden days, Nintendo made a couple of sports games with more realistic settings and gameplay. Named 1080 Snowboarding and Wave Race respectively, these games become pretty big on the N64, before being followed up by better sequels on the GameCube and vanishing in history therefore after. Fortunately for fans though, it seems […]

Ten Underrated Gaming Channels You Should Check Out in 2018!

As everyone knows, 2017 has been a terrible year for YouTube. Channels are being wrecked by demonetisation schemes and ruined by content violation claims. Copyright and content ID bots have gone berserk, with even more channels being struck for content that clears fall under fair use laws. And well, as far as clicks and subscriptions […]

Merry Christmas from Gaming Reinvented!

It’s Christmas time! The turkey’s in the oven, the presents are under the tree (if you’re not in the UK at the moment) and everything’s looking good for the holiday season. New games, new consoles, all that stuff is probably here and present for many of you about now. But we won’t be posting about […]

Dr Coyle Has Been Added to ARMS in its Last Update

Well, it’s update time for ARMS again! Yep, just a few weeks after Misango and Springtron were added to the game, ARMS Laboratory director Dr Coyle has been added as playable too! Here’s a trailer showing her in action: As you can see, she’s an… interesting fighter. For one, she completely forgoes the idea of […]

ARMS 5.0 Trailer Released, Update Will Be Released by End of the Year

Ever since it launched earlier this year, ARMS has gotten update after update from Nintendo. It got its first one shortly after release, with LAN play and arena mode being added less than ten days after launch. It got new modes and options like replays, badges and Hedlok scramble in every update, with the fighting […]

Super Mario Odyssey: A Fantastic Game Which Revitalises A Stale Series

As you may have noticed, there haven’t been a whole lot of updates on Gaming Reinvented in the last few days or so. That’s because for all that time, I’ve been playing Super Mario Odyssey on the Nintendo Switch instead. Seriously, I’ve been doing everything in this game. Beating the main story, getting every Moon […]

Let’s Review: Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 1

Last Friday, the first DLC pack was released for the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. Titled the Master Trials, this pack included some new armour, a special Trial of the Sword enemy gauntlet and a harder difficulty named Master Mode to name but a few additions. And like every dedicated Zelda fan, I […]

Super Mario Run; A Decent Though Slow Mobile App

Earlier today, Nintendo finally released their second in-house mobile app, namely Super Mario Run. It’s been worked on for months, advertised like the second coming on the iTunes app store and had legions of analysts act like it’ll be the best selling, most successful mobile app of all time. Basically, expectations have been through the […]

Pokemon Sun and Moon; Great Games With a Slight Linearity Problem

It’s been about a week since Pokemon Sun and Moon have been released for the 3DS. And boy have they done well in that time frame. They’ve scored 87% on Metacritic. Boosted 3DS sales in all regions by a significant level. Heck, they’ve even managed to become Nintendo’s biggest ever UK launch successes, with their […]

Super Mario 64: Last Impact; A Genuinely Great Mod of a Classic Game

Two weeks ago, a technically impressive mod called Super Mario 64: Last Impact was released. Developed by a guy called Kaze Emanuar and featuring a ton of custom content, the game quickly became a massive phenomenon on the internet and was covered by all manner of sites. Like GoNintendo. Or My Nintendo News or Nintendo […]

Paper Mario Color Splash; A Decent Game Stuck Between Worlds

As you probably know by this point, I’ve not exactly been the biggest Paper Mario Color Splash fan since it was announced. I’ve tweeted comics about how Miyamoto killed the Paper Mario series. I’ve posted on the Paper Mario subreddit lamenting the franchise’s direction. Heck, I even used to constantly tweet under the hashtag #MakePaperMarioGreatAgain […]

Pokemon GO; A Decent Game Marred By Glitches

It’s been out for a while now, and it’s already become a massive success in the process. And so with all the hype Pokemon GO has been getting, I thought it’d be time to finally review the game as a whole. Does it really live up to the idea of real life Pokemon collecting and […]

Super Mario Maker; A Good, if Limited Level Editor

Well, after many level playthroughs, a good few weeks messing with the level editor and all manner of testing, we’ve finally completed Super Mario Maker enough for a review!  Okay, it’s a game that pretty much everyone was going to buy anyone (it’s a Mario level editor, how can any Nintendo fan not care for […]

Luigi’s Mansion; An Underrated Mario Classic

With Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon being so popular and the possibility of a Luigi’s Mansion 3 always being around the corner, it’s best not to forget about the title where it all started.  Released for the Gamecube in about 2001, Luigi’s Mansion was a comedy survival horror game set in the Mario universe, where Luigi […]

Super Mario 64; A Classic that Defined 3D Platforming

With how 3D platformers and games in general have improved in the past few years, it’s very easy to think Super Mario 64 has gotten a bit dated. Heck, after the likes of the Banjo Kazooie series and Super Mario 64’s very own sequels, the original must really seem a bit archaic to gamers who […]

Super Mario 3D Land; A Good Game, but not Galaxy Caliber

Super Mario 3D Land is an unusual game. On the one hand, it’s technically a 3D game made by the same people behind Super Mario Galaxy, and hence has all of the tricks and game mechanics found in those titles, while on the other it’s about as close to classic 2D Mario as you can […]

Wario Land 4; An Underappreciated yet Classic GBA Platformer

Note: Since this review was released, the game has now been added for purchase on the Wii U Virtual Console.  If you have a Wii U, we would hence really recommend that you buy this game, since it’s absolutely fantastic and deserves all the promotion it can get. When it comes to game quality, the […]

Yoshi’s Island DS; A Kaizo Game Made Official

Not in a satanic or literal sense mind you, but more in a ‘this game is actively trying to sabotage your attempts at winning’ one. Yes, Yoshi’s Island DS is pretty much the nearest thing Nintendo have ever made to a kaizo style ROM hack, and seems to be designed by someone who thinks the […]

Mario & Luigi Dream Team Review; The Best Mario RPG in History!

As of a few days ago, Mario & Luigi Dream Team was released in Europe, giving me the chance to play it through to the ending. It had a tough job following up on Bowser’s Inside Story (thanks to its predecessors high quality in general), and some people were skeptical it could. After all, other […]

Kid Icarus Uprising Review; A Fantastic Game!

It’s by a guest writer of sorts this time, known as re11ding on the Nintendo 3DS Community forums.  He said we could post this up as a review, and since it seems the better of the few reviews the game got on the forums, it’s now an official one for Nintendo 3DS Daily. There’s also […]

Mario Kart 7 Review; An Excellent addition to the series

As the years have gone on, it seems like a fair amount of reviewers have begun to get tired of Mario Kart. With all the other Nintendo series getting regularly changed up and gimmicks being thrown in all over the place, the Mario Kart series has begun to seem like a series which merely makes […]

How to Get Lots of Free Compendium Pictures in Zelda Breath of the Wild!

In The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, the Sheikah Slate has a feature called the Hyrule Compendium. This acts like a bestiary for the game, listing all the materials, weapons, enemies and other objects you encounter along with some useful details about them. Additionally, it also lets you track said objects by setting […]

How to Get Unlimited Korok Seeds in Zelda Breath of the Wild!

Getting all the Korok seeds in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is a right pain in the ass. You have to traverse the entire world looking for secrets. Complete numerous balloon popping challenges and boulder rolling exercises. And well, without a guide, it means you’re going to looking in every single patch […]

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild; All DLC Item Locations

About a week or two ago, the Master Trials DLC pack was released for the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. This pack added in various new items and armour pieces, which were then scattered across Hyrule for players to find. However, their locations were actually quite cleverly concealed here. Indeed, in most cases […]

New Super Mario Bros 2 Boss Guide

Having trouble with the bosses in New Super Mario Bros 2, however unlikely that may seem? Well help is at hand, since here is how to beat all the game’s different boss battles including the Reznors and Koopalings. Reznor There are lots of different fights with Reznor in this game, and truth be told none […]