We break down what makes Metal Face such a phenomenal boss fight.
I remember first playing Resident Evil 4 when it came out, and was immediately enthralled with it. I simply could not stop playing, it was as simple as that. From the moment Leon exited the
If the translations from Famitsu's recent feature on Splatoon are accurate, we've been here before. We once again find ourselves wondering if Nintendo will deign to include a fairly standard feature
Recently, many game developers are getting frowned upon due to the unwavering amount of HD remakes hitting the market space, and to a degree, HD remakes may be getting a little out of
What are some Wii games that deserve a second chance on the Wii U eShop? Let's take a look.
[Before we announce 2014's GOTY, we take one last look back at an unheralded gem that missed out on last year's voting.]
In the excitement of last year's voting, with the Wii U still having that
Happy birthday to U, misunderstood and under-utilized box.
It's hard to believe that it's been two years since the Wii U's launch. Ah, to go back to the days when we wondered about robust third-party support,
Xenoblade Chronicles is my favorite game of all time. Here's why.
A new installment to our on-going series the Wii 100 is out this time covering our favorite First Person Shooters.
Welcome to the Championship match 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
The source of Nintendo's 3rd party troubles can also be the source of a sustainable, innovative new market that benefits the gaming industry's health.
Welcome to the Semi-Finals 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
Nintendo's 3rd party troubles are the natural result of their own desire to innovate, and of their blue ocean strategy.
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
It's a relief to kick back every now and then to enjoy the journey through a game, whether that be with a Portal, Scribblenauts, or Wario title, when you're floating through a sea of AAA, open