The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is Nintendo’s latest attempt at a multiplayer Zelda game. The last time they tried this, it wasn’t exactly a masterpiece. This time around,…
Are you excited? Because I’m pretty freaking excited. Read More
Stephen Colbert, host of NBC’s “The Late Show,” is bringing “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses” to the program next week. Read More
If you’ve read many of my articles on Pixelkin, you may know that I am a huge Zelda fan. But to be honest I was not super excited for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. I tend to like the darker installments in the franchise, like Majora’s Mask or Twilight Princess. To me, Tri Force Heroes looked a little too much like the lighter-spirited Four Swords Adventures, which I found boring and uninspired. And to be honest, when Tri Force Heroes was announced, I was really disappointed that we weren’t getting more details about Zelda for Wii U (come on, give me a name).
Well, Tri Force Heroes may not be dark, and it may not be Zelda for Wii U, but it was certainly entertaining. I actually had a fantastic time. Read More
PAX Prime 2015 is in just a few days, and game publishers from around the world are getting ready to show off thousands of unreleased games to the public. We already knew that Nintendo indie games (“Nindies”) will have their own room at the Seattle Sheraton (across the street from the Washington State Convention Center). Today, we got more details about which specific games Nintendo will be featuring at both the Nindie lounge and at their primary booth. Read More
We already knew that Nintendo and Universal Studios had had partnered up to create Nintendo-themed attractions, but it’s looking like they’ll also be making a new video game theme park. Read More