Nintendo has given us a lot of new information about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild today, and we’ve been able to watch a good amount of footage from the game. We’ve seen many elements in it, such as cooking, combat, and exploration. Nintendo also showed off a pretty awesome skill that Link […]
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The world of Persona 5 is always moving. At any given time there is a ton happening on screen: your friends text you, the teacher wants you to answer a particularly tough algebra problem, Morgana pops her head out from your duffle bag, part time jobs and hunger and your missions to fix corrupt hearts […]
You may have heard a little about an upcoming movie called Deadpool. The movie opens Friday, and you can read our review. If you’re not too familiar with the character, we even fill you in on 13 things you should know about him. It’s been a long road making this movie a reality. There’s been […]
From Konami’s treatment of Hideo Kojima, to the fight between censorship and “too sexy” female game characters – this year had loads of drama! Here’s the lowdown.
Microsoft’s Halo 5: Guardians may already be out the door and selling well, but the company is not putting an end to its promotional efforts for the sci-fi shooter just yet. The latest example is a funny new advertisement that brings Halo 5 into the world of Robot Chicken-style stop-motion animation. Check it out. In […]
Mike tells us about his time playing Metal Gear Online, and how the emergent gameplay we love from The Phantom Pain makes this a new breed on multiplayer shooter.
Among the complaints leveled at Destiny were those involving the uncharismatic performance of Ghost, your robotic companion. Better dialogue could have helped, and as it turns out, Bungie did solicit two well-known comedians for that purpose, though their work apparently went unused. Speaking with IGN, David Cross–best known as Tobias Funke from Arrested Development and […]
With manufacturing for Nintendo’s new console, the NX, reportedly set to begin in October with the console itself potentially launching next year, some may be wondering what that might mean for the company’s existing platforms like the Wii U and 3DS. According to Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, Nintendo will continue to support those platforms, even […]