My Recent First Experience with The Legend of Zelda: OoT & Why It Is a 10/10

Let's go ahead and establish this right from the start. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is not a 10/10 game when held up to today's standards. Still, it is extremely close. Disregarding the obvious jump in graphics over the years, games now are typically less frustrating and much smoother to control. Jumping into …

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When to Get Third Party Games on Nintendo Switch

Getting first party games on the Switch boils down to a matter of preference. Deciding to purchase third-party games on the system requires a bit more deliberation. With Valkyria Chronicles 4 coming out and my insistence on getting the game on the Switch, I thought to myself, "Why is that?" I game primarily on the …

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Introducing Pure Third Person Perspective: A Vision for a Future Metroid Installment

Countless Metroid fans were bummed about not hearing any Metroid Prime 4 news at E3. To quell fans' hunger for anything Metroid, I present to you my vision of a third person Metroid game. THIRD PERSON PERSPECTIVE Imagine the camera being positioned similarly to Playstation's recent exclusives such as God of War or Horizon. Barring …

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E3 Nintendo: Ridley In Smash Ultimate, New Mario Party

Nintendo wrapped up 2018's E3 conferences this morning, and it was pretty decent. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from the Direct. Super Mario Party The Switch is getting a full-fledged Mario Party game, which will put to full use the system's unique features. From the footage, the game appears to be putting aside …

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