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Top 6 JRPGs That Don’t Have Fishing

For Yoko Taro “JRPG Needs Fishing”. But some people just don’t like fishing. So much so, that they don’t even want to be near the possibility of fishing, whether it’s optional or not. For those people, we’ve painstakingly compiled a list of the best games that don’t have fishing.   6. Kingdom Hearts II   […]Read More

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review (Switch)

Who would have thought that a Zelda game, of all things, would be a complete game changer when it comes to how open world adventures are designed? The answer is nobody, because that would be insane. But they did it. It’s a (ahem) –breath- of fresh air for both the open world genre, and the […]Read More

Getting All 900 Korok Seeds in Zelda: Breath of the

The Korok Seeds in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild are used to upgrade your inventory space. They can be found by discovering all of the Koroks hidden over Hyrule, and they’re one of the most fascinating rewards for exploration and curiosity in any open world game. Though there are 900 of them. […]Read More

6 Switch Game Tastes We Need This Generation

Nintendo have just revealed that the current Switch cartridges contain Denatonium Benzoate, the bitterest known chemical. This makes the cartridges taste unbearably bad, and is designed to reduce the chances children could swallow them. But is this really where the technology should end?   Sure, people say eating games cartridges is very, very bad for […]Read More

Japanese Switch Launch Line-up Has Almost Twice as Many Games

The Switch day launch line-up has resulted in rather divisive opinions on whether the console should be a day one purchase. What’s more, the Japanese Switch launch line-up has almost twice as many games, many of which haven’t been announced for overseas at all. How much are we missing out on? And is it anything worthwhile?   […]Read More

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Preview (Switch)

It’s all well and good to shake the table and say you’re going to essentially reinvent Zelda, but that doesn’t really mean much unless you can reinvent it and still make it feel like Zelda. Thankfully, after getting hands-on with the Switch version of Breath of the Wild, we can confirm it still gives you […]Read More

Oscar & Peter’s Gaming & Anime Awards 2015

It’s nearly the end of the year! And what would the end of the year be without some kind of “year in review” thing? Nothing. It would cease to end, and we would be trapped here forever. To put an end to this curse, Oscar & Peter bring you their gaming and anime awards for […]Read More

E3 2015: Nintendo Press Conference

There has been a lot of surprise showings at this year’s E3. After Sony’s and Microsoft’s conferences how does Nintendo fare? At E3 2015 Nintendo conference has succeeded to drop a few bombshells in their showing as well, but also showcased a few titles we already knew about. Scroll below to take a look at […]Read More