After being exclusive to Apple Arcade for almost a year, Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm will make the jump to switch this (southern) spring.
Browsing: The Legend of Zelda
Something’s lost in the new art style, but in every other regard, Link’s Awakening is as faithful a remake as we could hope for Link’s most surreal outing.
With Cadence of Hyrule, Nintendo took an uncharacterstic step and lent one of its most prized IPs to an outside studio—but it paid off, big time.
Hyrule Warriors is back for another round on Switch, complete with all DLC. There’s not much here that’s new, but on a handheld system that can handle it, this is the game at its best.
2016 was an amazing year for games, but 2017 looks even better. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Dragon Quest XI, and Persona 5 are just a few of the highlights.
The mini NES is cute and all, but what if Nintendo did a fresh production run of actual NES consoles and classic games to go with it?
Eiji Aonuma asked: “if we have princess Zelda as the main character who fights, then what is Link going to do?” Here are a few ideas…