Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Eye Door Puzzle – How To Open Eye Doors In Skyview Temple – Nintendo Life

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is full of fiendish puzzles that will test your mental skills as well as your dexterity with the eponymous sword-y action. However, of all the head-scratchers we came across in our time with the game on Switch (or the Wii original, in fact), there was only one puzzle …

Nintendo Download: 15th July (Europe) – Nintendo Life

The latest Nintendo Download update for Europe has arrived, and it’s bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Switch Retail eShop – New Releases Curved Space (Maximum Games, 13th …

Talking Point: Every Pre-BOTW 3D Zelda Now Has A Remake, But Which Is Best? – Nintendo Life

Like Disney remaking all of its old animated movies into live-action versions, Nintendo has slowly been remastering all of its old Zelda games to bring them to new audiences — and to remind old audiences why they loved the games so much. Unlike Disney’s live-action movies, though, the Zelda remakes are fantastic, and now that …

UK Charts: Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Soars Straight To Number One – Nintendo Life

I have to admit that this game, at least handheld, does look much better than the official videos and screens made it look. I don’t want to see it docked, but handheld it actually does look visibly improved. Yes, I’m a sucker that bought it because I technically love the game and thought I was …

Zelda, Nintendo Music Reportedly Cut from Olympics Opening Ceremony in Late-Stage Planning – Zelda Dungeon

The Olympics opening ceremony is a time during the games wherein the hosting country gets to show pride in their country and culture. Considering what we saw from the handover at the Rio Olympics, it seemed that Nintendo would be heavily featured during Tokyo’s games. If you watched the opening ceremony this year, however, you …

Remembering Robin Williams On What Would Have Been His 70th Birthday – Feature – Nintendo Life

When I was a kid, Robin Williams was my favourite actor. I loved his earnest, joyful performances, tinged with pathos and vulnerability; his funny moments were always just as good as his emotional ones. I would watch and re-watch Patch Adams, Bicentennial Man, Jumanji, Aladdin, and Mrs Doubtfire, finding immense comfort in his reassuring, dadly …

Here’s How Nintendo Is Improving Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Over The Wii Original – Nintendo Life

@gaga64 I’m mostly the same but I appreciate anything that increases the accessibility. I didn’t do much need Fi to talk less purely because she was spoiling anything but because her dialog wasn’t funny or interesting. They need to talk to the folks at Lucas film about how to make droids endearing. Just saying obvious …

Round Up: The Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Reviews Are In – Nintendo Life

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is launching on Nintendo Switch this Friday, adding a shiny coat of paint to a Wii classic. While loved by many, the original game had a fair amount of flaws that put a considerable number of players off the first time around – so is this remaster worth …

Soapbox: Nintendo Is More Collaborative And Open Than Ever, Which Benefits Us All – Nintendo Life

© Nintendo Nintendo is a company that has never been particularly good at communication. But it is a company that is good at learning from their errors. You remember that infamous Skyward Sword demo at E3 2010, right? The one where Miyamoto walked out onstage, waggled his controller around, and couldn’t get it to work …

Talking Point: Can Metroid Dread Be The Franchise’s ‘Awakening’? – Nintendo Life

Over the weekend our lovely folk in the video team posted a detailed chat, above, asking a simple but intriguing question — “Why hasn’t the Metroid series traditionally sold well?” It’s a good question, and it feels like one with a lot of varied answers. Let’s summarise a few, before shifting to a fully optimistic …