Nintendo has released some pretty awesome games over the last 125 years (yes, it’s really that old). In the 1980’s, after the fall of Atari, the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was largely…
In this dual interview, Dad and gamer Fraser Manley shares some parenting expertise, and his 4-year-old daughter, Savannah, talks about playing the third-person shooter Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare—which we’ve written about before. Read More
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on The Next, UW Bothell’s student-run media blog.
Capcom recently released the original trilogy of Phoenix Wright games for Apple’s iOS, and I was forcibly encouraged to finally give them a try. It turns out, I’ve been missing out. Read More
Kingdom Hearts is a fantasy action-roleplaying series for consoles and handheld devices. Collaborations between Square Enix and Disney, the games tell the story of a young boy named Sora who is trying to save the world from darkness—with the help of familiar Disney characters like Donald Duck and Goofy.
In later games different protagonists are introduced, but Sora is always the center of the series. Read More
The Mario franchise includes any media starring the Nintendo mascot Mario. It has spawned two films, seven television shows, several comics and over 200 video games. It is the best-selling video game franchise of all time. Read More
The Legend of Zelda is a critically acclaimed Nintendo fantasy adventure franchise, spanning over 20 games and a television series. The Zelda universe has a wide and complex mythos, numerous maps, and even a few alternate realities. In 2011, a 274-page book titled “Hyrule Historia” was published, detailing the history of the Zelda universe and its people.