In the latest Nintendo Rants episode, Shawn has an issue with Ubisoft's handling of the Wii U and their CEO's comments on the platform, along with Ubisoft as whole on other platforms. This
Welcome to round 2 of the Nintendo Enthusiast's Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney! Here, your favorite Zelda titles will butt heads in a one-on-one battle to determine what game
In this week's episode of The Score we find out if you're sold on Hyrule Warriors yet and also ask you about the recent trend for indie game cross-overs. We've had examples in Hex
The time for realism in videogaming is reaching its threshold and will eventually begin to lose favor to Romanticism. Zelda is a prime example of this.
This week on Indie Corner, Jason passes on the torch to Andrew as the new host of Indie Corner and he starts off his new role by taking a look at Guacamelee Super Turbo Championship
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So apart from Splatoon acting as a big-time surprise, Devil's Third was the stealth announcement to end all stealth announcements at E3. Sure, Nintendo did this before with
In this week's episode of The Score we year your thoughts on how much you would be willing to pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. Additionally, we ask for your favorite thing about
There are still adventures that will draw me in - the Wii U's release schedule will soon turn into a murderer's row of A+ content. But I would be lying if I said anything has
Black Flag is a surprisingly brilliant experience that you should absolutely give a chance.
Many people considered Super Mario 3D World to be one of the best games of 2013, if not the best game of 2013. The game has excellent level design, mechanics, multiplayer, and graphics,
Awards season is always a very interesting time of year, no matter which medium you're a particular fan of. For a few weeks in December and January, we all take a collective look
Welcome to the latest edition of Nintendo Enthusiast - Week in Review. Join Shawn Long as he looks at Nintendo's Quarter 2 Sales report, Call of Duty Advance Warfare hitting the Wii U,
Capcom was the only company whose video games competed for my time against Nintendo's own products. Being from the 1985 originals NES era of gaming, if I couldn't have a Nintendo game, I found that