First I’d like to say that even although this is primary a Nintendo site we are above all just guys who like gaming, no matter on what platform.
So after the all the stir that the negative Uncharted 3 reviews have caused, I needed to write something to voice my opinion – an opinion that I think most “average gamers” will share.
It happens to be based on the huge backlash that those reviews caused but I want to make a point for all games, all genres, video gaming as a whole.
For 12 long years I’ve revered Zelda: Ocarina of Time. A flawless game, something that made you appreciate the medium as a whole, so full of little details which together brought (almost) perfection.
I’ve spent many hours thinking what was what made Ocarina of Time. I could never nail it down, but I always came to the same conclusion: it was the experience as a whole, everything coming together in a way that was almost magical.
This week sees the release of two of the most awaited Nintendo e-Shop games: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition and the venerable Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.
The first one will be a completely free release commemorating the 25th anniversary of Zelda, while the second one will cost around 5$ and it’s obviously being released now to get people hyped for the Super Mario 3D Land launch in November.
Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary will feature a single player mode as well as the multiplayer mode which we all loved some years ago.
I’m writing this article in response to the ridiculous one that Slash Gear made yesterday.
First off, I consider myself first and foremost an Apple fanboy (since I admire everything Steve has contributed to the industry and buy almost every iDevice that comes out), and of course also a Nintendo fan. But, no, the iPhone 5 is not killing the Nintendo 3DS any soon, and to think otherwise is to be short-sighted or a little “noob” in the videogame industry.
The main thing I’m going to talk about is the incredible difference between REAL gaming and CASUAL gaming.
Nintendo Video has recently launched for the Nintendo 3DS and I have, to say, I didn't expect something like this in the least
In my opinion Nintendo>Sony>Microsoft, like last year, although it wasn't generally as good as other years.
Wanna know why? Find out in this article all the revolutionary features that the Nintendo 3DS has to offer!
According to EEDAR (Electronic Entertainment Design and Research), the new Nintendo handheld will be the most important entertainment product of 2011
There has been a lot of speculation lately about the two new handhelds, the Nintendo 3DS and the Sony PSP. But which is better?