Samus Aran returns in the 3DS remake of Metroid II, building on the original and breathing new life into the series.
With the Nintendo Switch debuting in just a couple days, it’s time we look back one last time on the Wii U. And what better way to celebrate the console than looking at its obvious missed potential for awesome games that could, and should, have been.
In a generation dominated by remakes and remasters, Nintendo remains oddly abstained. Will we, and more importantly, can we, ever see Wii games remastered?
Another Halloween season is upon us, and once again it’s a time for celebrating the scares we’ve experienced throughout our gaming histories.
The Deus Ex series isn’t afraid to ask the hard questions about a world taking the next step in human evolution.
With the original Metroid debuting on the NES August 6, 1986, the series now has a 30-year long history. But while Nintendo remains unsure where to proceed with the storied franchise, one team of passionate Metroid enthusiasts took it upon himself to give the fanbase what it yearned for – atmospheric side-scrolling action!
Last week Nintendo dropped a bombshell of information on us, the announcement of the NX’s release date in March 2017 and the delay of the new Zelda game to release on both the Wii U and its successor. While exciting, this news still has Nintendo fans wondering, was the Wii U worth it?
The Button Masher crew gathers around to spit some hot knowledge on space video games and the coolest title drop sequences.
Through this E3’s Nintendo Direct, a new Metroid game was finally unveiled. Five years have passed since the last 3D iteration in the series with Metroid: Other M, and a whopping eleven years before the latest foray into 2D with Metroid: Zero Mission. Fans have been clamoring for anything Metroid related, and with Retro dropping hints for this E3, excitement was unsurprisingly high. What we got however, was Metroid Prime: Federation Force. I can’t help but wonder, what is Nintendo thinking?