Preview | Tunic (XBO)

I love myself a pleasant adventure, and so when Microsoft revealed Tunic during their E3 presentation last year I was already sold on the aesthetic and basic gameplay just from that short trailer. I must admit though, I completely forgot about the project until I saw the game at RTX London last year, and immediately (and too excitedly) sat down to play.

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Review | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

This review was originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 12th March 2017.

It’s finally here. After a considerable length of time, including several delays, Breath of the Wild is finally in our midst. What’s more, we have it simultaneously as a swan song for the Wii U and an opening for Nintendo’s new Switch console. During this review I will be talking about the Switch version, so any difference between the versions won’t be covered here. Also, don’t worry, I won’t be posting any spoilers of anything past the first hour or so (I’ve played roughly 35 hours at time of writing). Okay, so is the return of The Legend of Zelda actually any good? Well, that is a bit of a big question … Continue reading “Review | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”