Video game movies usually suck, but these fan made movie posters based on them are always sweet.
The Wind Waker is getting an HD remake for the Wii U.
The creative force behind Super Mario Bros., and the Legend of Zelda series shared some interesting tidbits about his games.
Nintendo let the mushroom out of the bag on all its planned Wii U content.
Christopher Walken wants to tell you about the little elf man Link and his magical quest. There may also be something about keeping a friend’s watch up his ass in a P.O.W. camp…
Link finds himself in an alternate gaming universe in this Legend of Zelda / Pac-Man mash-up. Hope the little guy is ready to take on some ghosts.
As 2011 draws to a close, it’s time to take a look at how the year ended in the world of video games.
One can enjoy video games by simply playing them, but some really go the extra mile in an effort to achieve Youtube fame. These are the top gaming tributes of 2011.
This week, more than perhaps any other, typifies how unpredictable the world of gaming can be and has been.
For those who thought they could give their wallets a break after the past couple of heavy hitting new game releases… sorry, not happening yet.
You already know what the BIG story this week is, but there’s other stuff happening in the game world you may not be privy to just yet. Xbox developments, Sony let’s out some UMD Passport news and more…
First off, some good news. The next Zelda is coming out this year and will most definitely be on the Wii! There had been some concern/speculation that it would be reserved for the next Nintendo console, sometime later down the road. Which hasn’t been form…
The Legend of Zelda: The Hero Of Time, a live-action fan made movie that’s based upon The Ocarina Of Time is now no more. The flick, which had gathering a decent amount of buzz for the past couple of weeks from assorting gaming blogs and the such, plus wa…
The Legend of Zelda franchise is a mysterious beast – ostensibly one of Nintendo’s crown jewels, it’s been through a number of perplexing changes in the past few years, and there’s arguably not a single sequel….