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Zelda Theory: The Yiga Clan Revived Ganon? *Spoilers Ahead*

One of the biggest and most interesting locations in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Yiga Clan Hideout. Located in the by the mountains close to the desert, the Yiga Clan Hideout is packed with powerful enemies that can kill you in a single blow! Link has to sneak around, avoid detection, […]

Zelda Theory: Why Does the Master Sword “Break”? *Spoilers Inside*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is packed with tons of “new” mechanics, which separate it from all previous iterations. One such feature, the weapon durability, is indeed one of the most polarizing features of the game, and has been seen as a sour note for more than a few reviewers. Every single […]

Harvest Moon 64 Returns on Wii U Virtual Console

Fans of Harvest Moon 64 have plenty of reason to rejoice this week! At least the European fans do, as it has been announced that the Wii U Virtual Console will finally receive Harvest Moon 64. After years of fans clamoring for Nintendo to release the game to no avail, it appears that the company […]

Three Reasons Why Nintendo Keeps Running out of Stock

Does anyone here remember the Wii craze in 2006 when there were severe shortages of consoles in all retailers? How about the Amiibo frenzy of 2014 when Nintendo kept running out of specific figurines? How about the most recent NES Classic fiasco in which Nintendo, once again, fails to meet supply and demand? It appears […]

Wii U Retrospective

Big surprise the Wii U is a failure. Nintendo’s little console that couldn’t it stood as a testament to everything Nintendo did wrong. But, while it was not the most successful console in the market the Wii U had some of the greatest scoring titles this generation. Taking a look back it’s easy to see […]

The Vicious Nintendo Downward Spiral

Let’s face it, people buy Nintendo consoles for their first-party titles. Having a large library of characters to choose from and a very creative team of developers plus access to all of the hidden abilities of their consoles, it’s no surprise that Nintendo games often (though not always) turn out great. In the meantime, though, […]

No Credit Gaming Issue 2

Nintendo didn’t entice me this generation.  Intentionally having inferior hardware plus stopping gamers from gaming if they do not accept the latest firmware.. well, that means I had every reason to pass.  Wii U didn’t have the impact despite Zelda, Metroid, Mario and, er, more Mario?  Goodbye Wii U!   More articles on the Wii […]

Dynamite Headdy Proves Using Your Head Works – Today in Retro Gaming – August 4th, 1994

Sega had a lot of work ahead of them when they were able to take the lead in the 16-Bit race.  Nintendo was coming with the Super Nintendo and it was guaranteed to be a sales success and Sega knew it.  While Sega fumbled quite a bit early on, they were able to turn things […]

Oddballs in Gaming: Paper Mario: Sticker Star

  The Paper Mario series was Nintendo’s response to a lack of RPG’s featuring Mario for many years. A series known for its colorful variety of characters and humor, it reached a highpoint during the GameCube era. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year door was a fantastic game with memorable characters and many surprises to be […]

Zelda Breath of the Wild Taps Monolith Soft Developer

Nintendo has a track record of working with outside developers REALLY closely.  Sure, they have their own in house development teams but that doesn’t mean that Nintendo is scared to share resources and the work load with trust 2nd party developers.  They did this with Rare for instance and even bought that development house and, […]


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