Posted On 23 Feb 2012 By admin
It’s not often I get news tips that includes material from the Halo series, but this was actually pretty good. It looks like an avid Zelda fan created a custom map in Halo Reach and it is very reminiscent to the Temple of Time from Ocarina of Time. The video showcases what are the equivalent [...]
Posted On 12 Jul 2011 By admin
In my ever-continuing quest to interact with every sort of person on the planet, I have accumulated quite a large amount of friends who either never heard of, or outright dislike the Legend of Zelda series, or Nintendo overall. The obvious questions that poses itself is why these people are still alive? The less obvious, but more relevant question is - how do I explain the appeal of everything this site's BODY so READ(Y)ily covers and endorses, especially considering that I'm most likely the least qualified* person to do so. * - This is just a phrase used to convey the message to the lesser mind of a mortal being. Damir is qualified for everything, anytime, anywhere. He also takes special requests for a nominal fee....
Posted On 30 Mar 2011 By admin
G4 recently started their yearly Videogame Deathmatch series and this time it's to determine which franchise is the best all time. However, this is much more than just a mere competition for video game supremacy, it's a chance for one lucky person to get his hands on a Panasonic 3D Plasma TV. Every time you cast a vote, you are entered for a chance in a random drawing. This means the more times you vote, the better chance you have of walking away with an amazing prize. In the first round the Zelda series matches up with Halo......
Posted On 24 Oct 2010 By admin
Nintendo is unquestionably my favorite game developer. Others such as Bioware and Blizzard come close, but with such wings as Retro Studios and Mr. Miyamoto under their banner, Nintendo takes the cake. Over the current hand held and console generation Nintendo has become known as the great innovator in the industry. With the introduction of motion controls becoming more than simply a fad, and adding dual screens with a touch pad to hand helds, there is plenty of evidence both in hardware and hardware sales that Nintendo is extremely creative, and people love their stuff. It's an easy argument and debate to win. However, even with all the new bells and whistles for control innovation, is Nintendo actually changing up their software to be as innovative as the hardware?...