Will Breath Of The Wild 2 Be Featured at E3?

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?

Michael Patcher, Breath of the Wild, And Zelda’s Sales

The Legend of Zelda, is not necessarily the most commercially successful franchise for Nintendo, but it is probably its most respected and revered franchise of all. At least critically speaking, rarely if ever, does a main console Zelda entry score under a 90 Metacritic rating. In fact, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time remains… Continue reading Michael Patcher, Breath of the Wild, And Zelda’s Sales

Top Ten Greatest ‘The Legend of Zelda’ Games of All Time

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild was not only a critical masterpiece that opened horizons in the franchise's game world, but also in its sales reach to a wider audience.

The Legend of Zelda is one of the most successful video game series of all time. Here, I rank the series from the ‘worst’ (is there a bad Zelda game?) entry to the best entry. I’m obviously excluding the dreadful Phillips CD-i Zelda releases, as the creation rights were licensed to Phillips by Nintendo as… Continue reading Top Ten Greatest ‘The Legend of Zelda’ Games of All Time

Nintendo’s Switch is the Biggest Winner of the Pandemic’s Video Game Sales Boom

While the effects of the Pandemic and the subsequent worldwide lockdowns hurt world economies and many industries a few have seen growth, in some cases exponentially. The Video Games Industry had one of the biggest surges in sales ever recorded for a month of March in it history. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sales grew… Continue reading Nintendo’s Switch is the Biggest Winner of the Pandemic’s Video Game Sales Boom

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (NS/WiiU) Review

Nintendo shook up Zelda's tried and proven 3-D formula, by crafting a masterpiece that could compete and in many ways surpass Western Open World RPGS with the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild.

Breath of the Wild if anything else is a sobering reminder that Nintendo still is in the top class of the development industry, and that the rest of the development world has been lucky that Nintendo since 2006 has been producing consoles that are a generation behind the competition thus officially placing its development teams… Continue reading The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (NS/WiiU) Review