Nobody likes it when the game they’ve been waiting on for years gets pushed even farther into the future. It’s that never-ending feeling of sadness that comes over you when that game’s release date seems like it will never come to fruition. It’s a disappointing reality for many gamers. However, when it comes to Nintendo,Continue reading “Why Metroid Prime 4 Being Delayed is a Good Thing”
The debate of what is the greatest game of all time has been going on for decades and will continue to be debated for decades to come. Regardless of what you may think, we can all agree there have been some amazing games released over the years. The finalists for this year’s The World VideoContinue reading “Finalists for World Video Game Hall of Fame announced”
Episode 43 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Pros Show (GPS), is now live! Since we are still in the very early part of the year, there isn’t a ton of news to talk about, but there is a lot of speculating to do. Awesome Games Done Quick is in full swing for this weekContinue reading “GPS Episode 43: What We Want from Nintendo in 2018 and AGDQ”
Episode 29 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Professionals Show (GPS) is now live! Join us as we gush about Destiny 2 a bit more and talk about the new games we are playing. There’s a lot of news coming out of Tokyo Game Show including a new game from Square Enix called Left Alive, a remasterContinue reading “GPS: Episode 29: Metroid: Samus Returns, Destiny 2, Dishonored, and More”
Metroid: Samus Returns captures the essence of what made Metroid II: Return of Samus great back in 1991, and then gives it a fresh face.
Metroid has always simultaneously provided players with both a sense of adventure (pushing them forward) and a sense of dread (pushing them back).
I’m no connoisseur of early 90s action-adventure games; I was too busy learning to read at the time. My experience of gaming during that period is limited to dying repeatedly in Sonic The Hedgehog. So when I booted up Exile’s End on the PS4, a self-proclaimed homage to that era of gaming, I was excited to sneak a glimpse intoContinue reading “Exile’s End Review (PS4)”
It’s no secret that Metroid Prime: Federation Force isn’t the game that fans of the series wanted. However, this Prime spin-off attempts to stand on its own as a multiplayer cooperative first-person shooter. And yet, despite similar shooting mechanics, Federation Force has little to do with Metroid outside of its branding. Samus Aran is oftenContinue reading “Metroid Prime: Federation Force Review (3DS)”
Metroid is one of Nintendo’s most beloved franchises, and today marks the 30th anniversary of the first game in the series. The original Metroid launched on August 6, 1986 on the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was met with critical acclaim due to its innovative progression system, eerie atmosphere, and overall originality. Its map was continuallyContinue reading “Looking Back at Metroid’s 30 Year History”
In an announcement made through Twitter, Nintendo has delayed the release of Metroid Prime: Federation Force in all regions. The initial Japanese release was slated for June, but it is now scheduled for an August 25 release. The vague Spring window for America and Europe has been specified to August 19 for America, and SeptemberContinue reading “Metroid Prime: Federation Force Pushed Back”