The Top Five Best Selling Nintendo 64 Games of All Time

With 32.93 million consoles sold, the Nintendo 64 fell quite short of the Sony PlayStation’s (at the time) historic sales numbers. Sony’s debut system reached the 100 million mark effectively ending Nintendo’s decade long domination of the home console market. Despite this, Nintendo always makes money on software, and it was no different during the… Continue reading The Top Five Best Selling Nintendo 64 Games of All Time

Throwback Bit Thursday: Final Fantasy XIII

For months, I have dreaded the arrival of this day. The day where I would have to write about Final Fantasy XIII on our weekly Throwback Bit Thursday series. My dread on writing about Final Fantasy XIII doesn’t stem from my fading memories of the game as only a little more than a decade has… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Final Fantasy XIII

Bottom 5 of the Top 10 PlayStation 2 Games According to Critics

Last week’s top five PlayStation 2 games according to critics listing stirred some controversy amongst our readers. Many beloved games missed the cut. This week, we bring closure to the “Top ten” by listing the bottom five titles. 10. Devil May Cry (2001)- Metascore: 94 Devil May Cry took the world by storm in 2001.… Continue reading Bottom 5 of the Top 10 PlayStation 2 Games According to Critics

The Top 5 PlayStation 3 Role-Playing Games According to Critics

Japanese Role-Playing Games dominated sales, and critical charts during the 90s, and early part of the 2000s. The Japanese domination of the genre on consoles would end during the Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 era (2005-2013) due to the rise in popularity of Western Role-Playing Games. The featured PlayStation 3 listing (based on Metacritic aggregate scores) shows… Continue reading The Top 5 PlayStation 3 Role-Playing Games According to Critics

Throwback Bit Thursday: The Bard’s Tale

Very few games, especially ‘average’ ones, have managed to leave a lasting impression on me nearly two decades after I last played them. The Bard’s Tale, however, managed to do just that. It was an average game that managed to leave a lasting (and somewhat positive) image of itself in my memories, despite its flaws.… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: The Bard’s Tale

The Top 5 PlayStation 2 Games According to Critics

This week’s top five will resonate with most of our readers. With 158 million units sold (world wide), the PlayStation 2 was once in a lifetime phenomenon that most of us owned. Today we travel back in time to analyze the games that Metacritic ranked as the top PlayStation 2 games in existence. 5. Grand… Continue reading The Top 5 PlayStation 2 Games According to Critics

Xbox Series X Review: Is it Time to Upgrade from the One X/Pro?

The Xbox Series X (along with the PS5) launched on November 2020. The launch was marred by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the subsequent effects of ┬ásemi-conductor shortages. In short, everything conspired to keep these new machines out of store shelves. Instead, orders for the consoles had to be placed online, a practice that opened the… Continue reading Xbox Series X Review: Is it Time to Upgrade from the One X/Pro?

Throwback Bit Thursday: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is my least favorite 3-D Zelda. It was released in 2011 at around the same time that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim did. Consequently, Skyward Sword gathered dust for months before I managed to finish it. Out Dated Visuals Skyrim looked amazing on the Xbox 360. Conversely, Skyward Sword… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Bottom 5 of the Top Ten Greatest PlayStation Games According to Critics

Last week, we covered the top five best PlayStation games ever, according to Metacritic. Today, we are doing the next five. Keep in mind, that as the titles states these rankings are solely based on the games’ Meta scores, and do not necessarily reflect how the Never Ending Realm’s editors would rank these titles. 10.… Continue reading Bottom 5 of the Top Ten Greatest PlayStation Games According to Critics

Final Fantasy IX TV Series Announced

Announced in June, it was revealed that Final Fantasy IX was getting a revival but in a different medium. This time, the beloved game will be getting an animated TV show geared towards children between the ages of eight and thirteen. Cyber Group Studios has worked out a deal with Square Enix to handle the… Continue reading Final Fantasy IX TV Series Announced