Author Archives: Justin Clough

The Legend of Zelda: Convolution of Time

The latest reveal of Breath of the Wild has raised a question that arises every time a new Zelda game has been announced or released for the past decade or so: When does it take place? For a while, there seemed

Retro Review: Luigi’s Mansion

What’s worse than winning a haunted mansion in a contest you don’t remember entering? What’s worse than finding out your braver, stronger, older brother is trapped inside that mansion? What’s worse than also being trapped in said mansion with the

Super Metroid Retro Review

It is regarded by many as one of the greatest games of all time on any system. It has inspired countless sequels, spin-offs, and imitators. It helped create and define an entire sub-genre of video games… …and it has sat

Where would modern gaming be without the Nintendo 64?

I’m sure it won’t come as a surprise to anyone that I have a bit of a soft spot for Nintendo. I own every Nintendo system, every Mario platformer, and nearly all of the Legend of Zelda, Metroid, and other

Infendo Review: Brick Race (New 3DS)

Imagine if someone hacked a game of Tetris and turned it into a top down racing game, and you have Brick Race. Actually, it’s more like a top down object dodging game than an actual race. Let me explain. Start

“What if Zelda was a girl?”

All right, put away your torches and pitchforks. Yes, I realize Zelda is the princess, and therefore a girl; and the hero is Link, a boy. But the question is, why? When the most recent Zelda game, Tri-Force Heroes, was