Have you already run out of things to do in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and are thinking about starting a new game? Maybe your partner or sibling wants to start a game of their own? Previous Zelda titles have made allowances for situations just like these, providing up to three save slots so multiple players could track their progress without muddying the save state waters. Zelda: Breath of the Wild extends no such courtesy. Continue reading PSA: Starting a new game in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will overwrite your old saves
Nintendo have finally announced Australian pricing on their upcoming Switch console, and we’ve got the full list to help you adjust your gaming budget for March 3. Continue reading Nintendo Switch: How much is Nintendo’s newest console actually going to cost you?
Nintendo are set to release a huge amount of new information regarding their upcoming console, the Nintendo Switch, via an online broadcast set for this Friday, Sydney time. Continue reading New Nintendo Switch presentation will broadcast on Friday at 3pm AEDT
Nintendo have shown off more footage of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild during The Game Awards 2016. The trailers show off more of the game’s open world nature and a few of Link’s new moves. Hit the jump to see it for yourself. Continue reading Here’s you’re next look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Nintendo’s flagship character has always enjoyed a tighter focus when it comes to his many, many spin-offs. You can always be sure that a Mario game (or any related title) will be held to a particularly high standard by the business, Nintendo and its developers being very careful to control the quality for their primary bread winner. Continue reading Video Games Review: Paper Mario: Colour Splash (Wii U, 2016)
It often feels like Nintendo is represented by the shy, imaginative kid in the corner, the one tinkering away with ideas, fueled by independent thought while his bigger, beefier peers dominate the playground. That’s certainly a valid comparison when considering all Nintendo have done over the past few years, starting with the game-changing Wii which took motion controls to a whole new level. That penchant for thinking outside of the box with hardware seems to have continued and spilled over nicely into the Nintendo Switch – the system that, for the last year and change, has been known as the Nintendo NX – which was finally revealed overnight, six months ahead of launch. Continue reading The “Nintendo NX” is revealed: Nintendo Switch to place an emphasis on portable gaming
PlayStation’s VR is almost ready to be unleashed on a public that largely has very little idea of what awaits them. That idea became a little clearer after EB Expo though, one of the general public’s first real chances to go hands-on with this beautiful piece of immersive tech, with a handful of demos designed to show off PSVR’s many different uses. One moment you’re in a cockpit desperately trying to fly in formation while enemies shoot at you, the next minute you’re in a shark cage descending to the sea bed, frantically looking around to make sure that massive great white stays the fuck away from you (it doesn’t, it’s scary as hell). The possibilities of this are so very exciting, and they overshadowed almost everything at the expo this year. Continue reading The Iris’ EB Games Expo 2016 Awards
The EB Expo has wrapped up another stellar year and Nathan Atkins was there on Saturday to capture every moment. Hit the jump to check out all the games, booths, cosplay and more from EB Expo 2016!
Something many news outlets and gamers have suspected for a long has finally occurred. Nintendo is making mobile games. What a crazy time to be alive. Continue reading Nintendo reveals Super Mario Run for iOS devices
I feel like I owe The Force Awakens a pretty significant debt. It’s not only brought the Star Wars franchise back to life in the post-prequels era but now it’s returning the license to the Lego series to lift them out of their slump following Lego Marvel’s Avengers. This new entry in the Lego series is amongst the its very best — fun and funny, smartly paced and demonstrating a clear desire to bring something new to the series. Continue reading Video Games Review: Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PS4, 2016)