Annoying. Useless. Completely unnecessary. These are the words many fans are using to describe one of the characters showcased in the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Like Navi from Ocarina of Time, Fi is Link’s companion and guide throughout the game, giving Link tips, hints, and plenty of analysis throughout the different scenarios they encounter. [ Read More ]
With just a few mere days before the release of Skyward Sword, lets take a look at the endings for argueably the two greatest Zelda games to date. In the video, watch as the final boss and ending for both Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask are shown clip by clip, and take note of [ Read More ]
Super Mario 64 brought a plethora of new elements to the platforming genre. Contained inside this little adventure were the slide stars, levels where Mario would slide down a dangerous yet exciting slides where stars awaited at the bottom. Here are all three slides featured in the game.
The Battlefield 3 Beta is coming to a close tomorrow and I think it’s safe to say we have seen our fair share of weird and completely out of place glitches. Late last night however, I might have seen, and captured the best one yet (at least from what I have seen). Inside you will [ Read More ]
Remember the Black and White unlockable Yoshis from Yoshi Story on the Nitnendo 64? The video demostrates where to unlock these two fellows and some gameplay of them in action. We’re hoping the video pulls some of your nostalgia strings from back in the day.
What could happen when you throw in drummerface985 and SuperZambezi into a private server in Call of Duty: Black Ops? As we played in the popular Nuketown map, we couldn’t help but take a shot at a knife only game and try to fling ourselves out of windows. Exciting stuff, I know.
Remember that dinky, old radio that wouldn’t stop playing that annoying tune in every test chamber in the original Portal? Well, the radio is back for one last high note in Portal 2. Discover the a final transmission and unlock the corresponding achievement in this week’s Wednesday Cinema.
We all love the Orient Express and Midnight Run levels from Crash Bandicoot Warped, right? They are one of the most memorable levels of said game. Here are both levels mashed together into one video! Enjoy!
Nostalgia is amazing. It took me no more than 10 minutes to beat the first world of Banjo Kazooie and get all the jiggies. The game still holds up great even 13 years after it’s initial release. Enjoy and let me know what you think in the comments!
For this Wednesday Cinema, we are doing things a little differently. Instead of bringing you a montage of clips of some of your favorite game elements, we are doing a playthough of one of our recently played games. This time around we have an online match of HOARD, an top dow, action stratedgy game where [ Read More ]