Category Archives: OpEd

A Link to the Past: What the Legend of Zelda Series Has Left Behind

The Legend of Zelda is a game series with a history of over 30 years, and in that time the series has done a lot to expand upon itself. From the ever growing multiple timelines and self-referential story-lines to basic

Three Publishers Going All out to Support the Switch and Three That Aren’t

We are about 7 months into the life of the Switch at this point, and I’m happy to say that the Switch is a major success for Nintendo and that in large part is due to certain publishers going all

Enough Is Enough: Make Classic Nintendo Titles Free for Switch Owners

Confession time: Sometimes I like to lurk through unfinished Infendo articles from years ago just for kicks. I found one by an apparently ex-Infendo writer named Michael titled “Should Super Mario Bros. Be Free to Play”. While the article wasn’t

Top 10 Budget Titles Available on Switch eShop Right Now

The Nintendo Switch eshop is being flooded with games right with 6 or 7 games seemingly appearing on the eShop each week. This trend seems like it’s going to continue for quite a while and with so many games it

List of the Best Nintendo Remote Control Cars

While I was growing up, I enjoyed playing different Nintendo RC games. Nintendo has been a household name over the years when it comes to toys and games. It’s no surprise that I’ve grown to be passionate about their RC

Jest in Time: A Look Back at the Clowns of Nintendo

Lola Pop, the newest addition to ARMS, might have you thinking Nintendo’s just clowning around with their character design. But a look back at Nintendo’s long game design history actually reveals an affinity for these face-painted juggalos. Here’s a look