With The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword just a few days away, we wanted to take a look at all of the known improvements that Nintendo will be making to the game. Originally released on the Nintendo Wii, Skyward Sword has aged a bit and motion controls are not as popular as they once were.… Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Known Improvements
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
One of Nintendo’s most anticipated games could be getting some more light shed on it at E3. The elusive Breath of the Wild 2 was confirmed at E3 in 2019. Since then, Nintendo has been rather quiet about the title. With E3 returning this year, it is likely Nintendo will be showing off more information… Continue reading Will Breath Of The Wild 2 Be Featured at E3?
There’s a high chance that we will see a new Nintendo Switch model at some point this year. It’s also very possible that we will hear about it before E3. It’s no surprise that Nintendo has plans for an upgraded model, when the other current-gen consoles released last year. When To Expect The New Switch… Continue reading Nintendo Switch ‘Pro’ To Be Announced Before E3
I never had the privilege to play the original Pokémon Snap, but I am certainly enjoying my time with New Pokémon Snap. This is a side of Pokémon you never really get to explore in the main entries of the series. Yes, lately they’ve gotten better with animating them into the overworld, but this game… Continue reading New Pokémon Snap: Smile You’re On Camera
Bravely Default II is one of the best JRPGs that I have played in a while. Despite that though, there were a few hang-ups that I believe held it back a bit. Its beautiful watercolor art style was sometimes diminished by its underperforming graphics. And although I enjoyed every single battle in this game, I… Continue reading Bravely Default II Review
The short answer is yes, but it is more complicated than that. I am extremely excited for the new direction of the games (Pokémon Legends: Arceus) but I am also very worried. Don’t Fix What’s Not Broken For 25 years now, the Pokémon games have retained their familiar structure. You start in the first town… Continue reading Is Pokémon Legends: Arceus A Step In The Right Direction?
Like many Pokémon fans, I was excited to have a main Pokémon game on the Switch. I enjoyed the Let’s Go games, even if most didn’t, but they were spin-offs. Pokémon Sword and Shield had a lot to live up to, but unfortunately fell short in a lot of areas. New Console, Same Graphics Pokémon Sword… Continue reading Pokémon Sword and Shield Review
Alliance Alive HD is a remaster of the 2018 3DS title developed by Cattle Call (Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits). The original 3DS title’s development with aid from Grezzo (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D). Why I got into Alliance Alive HD? I was… Continue reading Alliance Alive HD (NS/PS4) Review
Masashi Takahashi, one of the producers of the Bravely Default II, was also involved in the development of its forebearer, Bravely Default. Takahashi told The Verge in a recent interview that modern RPGs “seem kind of impenetrable.” Takashi’s goal when he was working in Bravely Default was to create an RPG reminiscent of those classic Final… Continue reading Modern RPGs Too Complex According to one of Bravely Default’s Creators