A Link to the Past GBA Review

Back in the day The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was well ahead of it’s time and easily one of the best SNES games, not to mention video games, of all time. Years ago, Nintendo released a port of the game on the Gameboy Advance.... read more »


Skyward Sword Inventory

At the moment, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword seems to be largely based on classic Zelda items, with the only new item so far revealed to be the Flying Mechanical Beetle. However, the most exciting aspect of the game is not the items, but... read more »


Nintendo 3DS FAQ

About the Nintendo 3DS The 3DS was launched a few days ago in Europe and America. It costs $249.99 in the states, though the European price is variable from region to region. The handheld comes packaged with all the usual gear you need to get... read more »


Graphics & Sound The graphics of Skyward Sword appear to be somewhat ‘cel-shaded’ but although they are perhaps a mix of The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess, the graphics are not actually cel-shaded. Shigeru Miyamoto attributed...


How will the new Zelda hold up?

By the time Skyward Sword is out, it will have been about five years since the last console Zelda title, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was released. When Twilight Princess was shown for the first time in 2004, the Zelda community went... read more »


25 Years of the Legend of Zelda

On February 21, 1986 the first ever Legend of Zelda game was released in Japan. Back then, hardly anyone knew about Link and his green tunic. Now he is one of the most iconic video game characters of all time. The Zelda series has enjoyed a... read more »


Mario Sports Mix Review

Mario Sports Mix is not the first sports spin-off Nintendo has come up with. Mario has tried his hand at tennis, basket ball, and golf. And don’t forget Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. This time round, Mario Sports Mix features... read more »


Nintendo 3DS – The next record-breaking console?

The Nintendo Wii is the only home console to have sold more than seven million units in three consecutive years. The standard economics of the gaming and hardware industry would have it that Wii sales would peak in its second year on sale and... read more »