This is the story of how The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild help me get through one of my darkest times in life as a migrant.
Super Mario Odyssey is weird. I must admit my initial reaction after learning of its hat-possessing gimmick was not great. It felt odd.
This edition of Observed is about the small spaces I like to visit to get my geek fix about books, toys and video games.
During the next four weeks you’ll be seeing a series of Super Reviews devoted to Guild01, the first of Level-5’s game compilations for the Nintendo 3DS.
During the weekend, Nintendo hit it out of the park with another Nintendo Direct dedicated to the Nintendo 3DS, in which they announced a metric ton of new stuff, including the date and price for their new Amiibo figures.
So Christmas eve has come and gone, but you got a Wii for your brother, son, mother-in-law (face it, it’s just an excuse to play it without raising your electricity bill!), and we’re scarcely in December 27th, but someone in the family already lost a tooth or has an elbow fractured or can’t pee straight anymore. Well, you can feel better in knowing you’re hardly the only one.
Either people in the US are the clumsiest people on Earth or the Wii is a death trap in disguise as a gaming console, because Wiihaveaproblem.com has all these gnarly photos of users who won’t be playing it for a while. From a woman with a purple eye courtesy of her drunken husband while on a Zelda adventure, to a man with cuts in his wrist due to the wristband on the wiimote being too flimsy, those who are planning on getting the hottest console this year should check this website out and be warned.