The Legend of Zelda joins the likes of Super Mario Bros.and The World of Warcraft in the Hall of Fame at The Strong Museum, New York
This year, six more well-loved games will be entered into the World Video Game Hall of Fame and among them is The Legend of Zelda.
Yes, you read that right: there's a new NES--or rather, a Famicom--game hitting the streets of Japan!Titled Kira Kira Star Night DX, the game is the sequel to an indie hit released back in 2013 (also released for the Famicom!
In this three-part series, I’ll be looking at three of the most important Genesis RPGs to impact my life.”
The five-minute intro flashes up and leaves me mesmerised, even before I actually get to take control of the character.
I'm exceedingly happy to report all the naysayers (myself included) were dead wrong: Tides Of Numenera more than lives up to the Torment name and is a stellar successor to the greatest computer role playing game of all time.Outside of combat, Tides Of Numenera has taken concepts from the D&D universe and translated them into a new ruleset.