The Legend of Zelda has always starred Link, and that’s never going to change according to Shigeru Miyamoto
Nintendo’s latest Zelda game appears to be borrowing something from Monster Hunter, and that’s not a bad thing.
Teen idols who need to fight a strange evil force with the power of their performances? Why yes, this is a JRPG, but a pretty strategic and deep one.
The Nintendo Wii U never had much graphical grunt, but it did have fantastic games. An idea that the NX console will also adhere to.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is reinventing the wheel, and it’s easily one of the most compelling experinces at E3 this year.
Wish you were at E3, but without having to stand near those filthy game journalists? Fortunately, E3 has plenty of opportunists who are happy to sell you a piece of that convention.
More details on the trio of new pocket monsters have been revealed for Pokémon Sun and Moon. Also, you’ll never escape my love for pocket monsters, the doors are locked.
At least one new pocket monster has been shown so far during the Pokémon Sun and Moonstream. Say hello to Yungoos.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will feature a massive new version of Hyrule that will be both friend and foe to Link in his latest adventure.
This year Nintendo’s banking heavy on two heavyweights to draw in the crowds as their Treehouse livestream reveals whats to come in the year ahead.
Thanks to CoroCoro magazine leaking early, we’ve gotten an early look at two of the new pocket monsters in Pokémon Sun and Moon.
But what is E3 really? Well after having hit that event over the last three years, I have some answers for you. Consider this your guide to E3 2016.