The Legend of Zelda – Breath of the Wild

March 12, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Breath of the Wild is the latest entry in Nintendo’s long-running and highly revered The Legend of Zelda series, and it’s already proving itself to be the most-discussed and celebrated game of the year, this early into it. In terms of critical reception, it’s received more perfect scores than any other video game […]

A Trip Through Game Boy History in 15 Games – Trip World

September 5, 2016 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Trip World (JP November 27, 1992) Quickly growing to be one of my favorite games of all time, Trip World is an incredibly brilliant little title that falls victim to being too far ahead of its time. Criticisms of Trip World tend to focus on it being either too short or too easy, […]

A Trip Through Game Boy History in 15 Games – Bionic Commando

August 17, 2016 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Bionic Commando (JP July 24, 1992; NA September, 1992) Essentially a remake of the NES game, Bionic Commando for the Game Boy is one of Capcom’s best titles available for the handheld. Only, well, Capcom didn’t actually make it. Commissioned by Capcom, Bionic Commando was actually developed by a much smaller company known […]

A Trip Through Game Boy History in 15 Games – Kirby’s Dream Land

August 5, 2016 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Kirby’s Dream Land (JP April 27, 1992; NA August 1, 1992) HAL’s adorable and enduring mascot, Kirby, made their (Kirby is, canonically, gender-neutral, and that means they/them pronouns) debut on the Game Boy via this timeless classic. Released early enough in the Game Boy’s lifespan to catch some serious attention, but late enough […]