Link's dreamiest adventure sure had some odd ads back in the 90's -- but which one is the worst?
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening for Nintendo Switch's art wasn't my cup of tea until this comparison video changed my mind.
Hip-hop artist Soulja Boy has come back with an all-new unoriginal console after a suspected Nintendo lawsuit - The SouljaGame Handheld. (It's a PlayStation Vita knock-off.)
The Mana series, known in its homeland of Japan as the Seiken Densetsu series, this year turns a whopping 25 years old.
The abstract reads:
The original Nintendo Gameboy was released in 1989. I got mine in 1990 when I was ten years old. It became something that was always with me. It didn't have color like my Nintendo Entertainment System but
The Blue Bomber relives his two of his greatest adventures on your 3DS. The classic Gameboy platformers, Mega Man II and Mega Man III, finally make their way to the Nintendo eShop.
UK based company Firebox has come out with some interesting products in the past (bacon soap, beer soap, etc.) but this new batch of soaps shaped like SNES and Gameboy cartridges really takes the cake.
For The Frog The Bell Tolls, known in Japan as Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru, has just gotten a full fan translation courtesy of Ryan Parnas and his team. The game is considered the precursor