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nintendo labo

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Jan 17 2018 · 102 views

good thing i have no money

otherwise i'd literally be buying cardboard for 80 dollars


name change

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games, BZPower Oct 23 2017 · 150 views



snes classic

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Jun 27 2017 · 191 views

i can't wait to not be able to find it anywhere

oh well

also has anybody played arms yet and is it any good



Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Jun 13 2017 · 161 views

Super Mario Odyssey
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Kirby on Switch
Yoshi on Switch
Metroid: Samus Returns
Metroid Prime 4
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
New Champions amiibo for BOTW
Mario&Luigi Deluxe
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Splatoon 2
Fire Emblem Warriors
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It sure does feel good to be a Nintendo fan right now.


nintendo direct

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Apr 12 2017 · 199 views

i officially give up on even attempting to collect all of the amiibo

13 new amiibo announced today, including player 2 versions of smash amiibo, which means a switch port is likely (as well as additional player 2 versions), it's just too much

it will remain a dream and i'll still collect, but there's no way i'll manage to get them all


im back

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Mar 08 2017 · 268 views

i wish i wasn't

i miss breath of the wild already



Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Feb 05 2017 · 273 views

Imagine Dragons + Nintendo Switch, what's not to love

The perfect timing of the simultaneous drum and switch-clack at the end was goooood


goodbye free time

Posted by Lucina , in Video Games Feb 02 2017 · 274 views

hello again, fire emblem
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Oh goodness

Posted by Lucina , in Hype Files, Video Games, Collection Jan 30 2017 · 236 views

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Nintendo please

If I get any more excited for anything that is even remotely related to this game I might actually give myself heart problems



Posted by Lucina , in Hype Files, Video Games Jan 18 2017 · 244 views

Wild Files 02: The Box Art
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Above is the Japanese/American box art and the European box art for Breath of the Wild, which is my most hype and anticipated game of 2017, obviously, otherwise why would I even bother?

I'm a really big fan of both, but especially the American version (thankfully, since it's the one I'll be seeing on store shelves). Aside from the fact that the art itself is simply majestic (and that it shows off that hot new blue tunic that I really want to become Link's new main attire even though it won't), I think it does a fantastic job of selling the idea of there being a big, open world to explore.

The lack of a gold filter is also appreciated; I feel like it has been way overdone in recent years, and the cover of A Link Between Worlds in particular lost some of its luster by being converted into a monochromatic gold image.

I think there's something to be said about the logo as well - it lacks the traditional red color, something only Majora's Mask (purple) and Four Swords Adventure (green) have done, I think. Its decrepit state hints at the ruined state that Hyrule has reached before the adventure begins, and hints at a time long since past - which seems to be a major part of the game's story if the latest trailer was any indication. The Japanese logo goes even further, eschewing the typical logo and basing it upon the logo of the very first game in the series; while the American logo is still nice, a part of me does wish that the same had been done for us. It would have helped to set this game apart even more, as special as it is.

As for the European box art, while I don't like it as much as the American version, I do like that Link almost seems to be looking directly at you as if to invite you with him on the adventure - something that I don't think the series has done before.

I can't wait until I can see this game on store shelves.

Which cover art do you like more?

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