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Code Name S.T.E.A.M. – Review

If you’re expecting anything resembling a deep and engaging narrative or gritty realism, you will probably be disappointed. Then again, if you expected anything of the sort from this game, you haven’t been paying attention. Continue reading

Hunting for Super Mario amiibo next week? Here are eight tips!

While things look grim, with a little dedication, some good luck, and timing, you too can get your hands on the rarer figures that are yet to come. Continue reading

Hyrule Women: Warriors of Progress

The Legend of Zelda has not been a beacon of positive female representation for most of its lifespan, but times are changing for the franchise, and one new game in particular has raised the bar of female characters for the series. Continue reading

Zelda Netflix Might Not Be The Worst Thing Ever

It is a story already established within the canonical Zelda timeline, but one that has yet to be told… Continue reading

Hyrule Warriors DLC: The Good, the Bad, and the…Tingle

Hyrule Warriors has been a test for Nintendo in terms of DLC. The question is, have they passed? Continue reading

The Song of Passing: Hyrule Warriors and the Evolution of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda first invited gamers into its fantastical world almost thirty years ago. Since then, it has fought through the decades to maintain its iconic and beloved place in the gaming world. Continue reading

Monster Hunter: How immersion creates a compelling story

With Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate just around the corner for western audiences, perhaps it is … Continue reading

Here’s How It’s Done: Robin As The Quintessential Fire Emblem Poster Child

As we approach the 25th anniversary of the Fire Emblem franchise, let us look … Continue reading

The Tanooki’s Guide to Proudly Displaying Your amiibo Collection

You’ve got tons of amiibo. Now where are you going to put them all? Continue reading

Sakurai and the Curse of Downloadable Content

This past Wednesday was a busy day for Masahiro Sakurai, creator and director of … Continue reading