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

Nintendo Announces New OLED Nintendo Switch

Today, Nintendo finally announced its long awaited “New” Switch “upgrade” portable/console hybrid. The “new” system’s OLED screen is a little larger than the Normal Switch’s LED screen, and the system has twice the amount of internal storage. What’s New? Nintendo did not announce precise specification numbers for the machine. We expected a real upgrade in… Continue reading Nintendo Announces New OLED Nintendo Switch

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

Bottom 5 Of The Top 10 JRPGs For The GBA According To Metacritic

Last week we covered the top five JRPGs for the Game Boy Advance according to Metacritic. This week we wanted to expand upon that list with the bottom 5 of the top 10 JRPGs for the Game Boy Advance. Keep in mind that there are two more Final Fantasy ports on this list. While they… Continue reading Bottom 5 Of The Top 10 JRPGs For The GBA According To Metacritic

Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds Breaks Revenue Records

Not that long ago, we reported that J-RPG Developer/Publisher Level-5 was leaving the U.S. to focus on the Japanese market. We figured that such move would signify the end for its Ni no Kuni franchise on the West. Level-5 moved the franchise to the fertile world of mobile gaming, and it seems that the move… Continue reading Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds Breaks Revenue Records

Throwback Bit Thursday: Sonic Adventure

On September 9, 2021, Sonic Adventure will be a whooping twenty two years old (in the U.S.), and today, it is a perfect day to remember Sega’s first foray in to the 3-D arena with its premier Mascot. Sega Had Issues Translating the Sonic Formula in the 3rd Dimension Unlike Nintendo EAD, and Shigeru Mayamoto,… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Sonic Adventure

Todd Howard: The Elder Scrolls VI is in its Design Phase

Currently, Bethesda’s focus remains on its new massive role-playing game IP, Starfield. However, little is known about its most anticipated game, The Elder Scrolls VI. The Longest Wait Between Elder Scrolls Titles On November, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will turn 10 years old. Skyrim has been the franchise’s most successful game, both commercially and… Continue reading Todd Howard: The Elder Scrolls VI is in its Design Phase

The Top 5 Greatest PlayStation 1 Games According to Metacritic

The PlayStation¬†is the machine that made gaming ‘cool and hip’ during the mid to late 90s. Sony’s debut console managed to snatch the console market right out of Nintendo and Sega’s hands with its large and varied catalog of great games and Squaresoft’s incredible J-RPG lineup. But which of its games did the critics like… Continue reading The Top 5 Greatest PlayStation 1 Games According to Metacritic

What We Know of Tales of Arise and its New Trailer

The Next installment in the long running ‘Tales’ series, Tales of Arise, is almost upon us. Namco is looking for the latest entry to revitalize the series. The Tales series was once a prominent JRPG power house, and Namco/Bandai would like for it to be mentioned along the same breath as Dragon Quest, and Final… Continue reading What We Know of Tales of Arise and its New Trailer