It is very hard to write a headline summing up a topic without it being clickbait. So I don’t. At least I hope this doesn’t read like clickbait because it most certainly isn’t intended to be clickbait. It is intended to be a rational observation about gay Iceman, black Johnny Storm and other changes happening in comic books and comic book movies that get way too much attention and way too much comments from either sides that are, frankly, missing the point entirely…
Apparently somebody unearthed a Zelda Twilight Princess HD Wii U port or something. Now, personally I don’t believe it exists. I think it’s just the Wii game on the eShop with a wrong header. But what if I am wrong? What would need to be changed to make it as great a remaster as Wind Waker HD was? Continue reading
Legend of Kay is a PS3 remaster on Wii U (and PS4 but I don’t have that) while Devil’s Third is currently being critically panned and victim of internet hate, much like Anita Sarkeesian. The question is, is it (the game, not Anita) really as horrible as everyone claims? Short answer: NO! Long answer? Well…
So next week I’ll be doing a double review of DEVIL’S THIRD and LEGEND OF KAY ANNIVERSARY, that means I’ll review both in one article. I’ll probably get a few things mixed up even, which will be very weird for you to read. But fun. And to prepare you for that, here is a list of 5 games that are supposedly bad but I really liked^^
There was, of course, another shooting in the U.S. today. Nothing new about that as it happens almost daily. However, I take great offense in how the media and especially social media portray this entire issue – namely totally wrong. Continue reading
This is the fifth and final pat of a five part series. Click here to read part 4
Nintendo of Europe announced some great deals during Gamescom this week. Project Zero (Fatal Frame in the US) will be released in an exclusive Limited Edition, so will Xenoblade Chronicles X. And to celebrate Xenoblade, the Wii game was made available for download on the Wii. So I only have one question: Why are those things special in the first place?
This is the fourth of a five part series. Click here to read part 3!
Legend of Kay Anniversary is out in Europe this week, at least the digital version. The retail version will come a bit later which means my review of it will come later since I’ll review the retail version. But it brings up a pretty good point I kinda have no real answer for: Where are all the HD Remasters Nintendo hinted at a few years ago?