Why You Should Buy Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Four years ago in 2014, Nintendo fans were treated to the warriors title, Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U. Two years later, we were given an updated, yet inferior port, on the 3DS, Hyrule Warriors: Legends. Now, in 2018, we are finally set to see the definitive release, titled Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition. But is it really worth diving into the game for the second, or even third time?

If you want to know about the actual gameplay of the title, I suggest you go ahead and read our very old and outdatedreview from 2014 for the Wii U title, as this post won't be delving too deep into gameplay.

I've loved video games before, and I've wanted my friends to buy the games I like, but I don't think I've ever pushed a game so hard onto others before like Hyrule Warriors. I remember in the Wii U era, whenever someone wanted game suggestions, Hyrule Warriors was always the first game to come out of my mouth - and my love for the game all stemmed from my love of Midna. I'…

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Version 1.4.2 Datamine

Another day, another datamine, and this time it's the 1.4.2 update for us to take a nice long look at and get an idea of what's to come to Pocket Camp over the next few weeks.

As fortune cookies seem to be the latest big thing in Pocket Camp, it's no surprise they keep adding more and more with each update, and this time it appears Stitches will be receiving his very own Patch Cookie, which will include a large array of patchwork themed furniture and clothing items. You can obtain his fortune cookie from May 17th - June 16th.

Fortune Cookie's aren't the only returning feature, as the fishing tourney will also be appearing again. This time a few more details have been confirmed, including the competition fish; sea butterfly, puffer fish and the moray eel, which will begin on May 19th and last until the 24th. It seems you'll also be able to receive a cute little hat.

And the third point of interest would be new villagers and essences, this time adding the Modern ess…

Animal Crossing: Wild World/City Folk - Deep Dive

With coverage of the first title done and dusted, it's about time we sink our teeth into the next instalment to the series, Animal Crossing: Wild World. Additionally, we'll also be taking a look at the game's sequel, Animal Crossing: City Folk.

Unfortunately, there isn't that much lost content in Wild World. Since moving from the GameCube to the Nintendo DS, the series did lose a lot of content, such as seasonal holidays and the island, which seemed to give all of this up for online connectivity - and thus, a number of villagers and special characters were left out entirely.

The only pieces of unused content the game contains in its files are items that were cut from the final game. Most of these do actually appear in game, but are unobtainable by the player. The paint can, beehive, sold out sign, and a four-leaf clover (that can't be worn by the player) all have models that can be obtained and used by the player, though they can not be accessed via normal means.


Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Version 1.4.1 Datamine

It wasn't that long ago we received the version 1.4.0 update, and now the newest update has dropped, and it's contents was swiftly mined. The newest version expands on some of the existing assets from the previous version, and adds a number of new things! Check out below for what you can expect to see over the coming weeks.

The biggest inclusion in the latest update was the inclusion of fortune cookies, and they don't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. From April 30th, Hopkins will receive his own fortune cookie (named Hopkins Game Cookie) which can be purchased for a mere 80 Leaf Tickets! Akin to the games, Hopkins's items will focus on video games, including the newly added Nintendo Switch... This inclusion only adds to our speculation that we will be receiving information on Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch sometime this year. The Grey Nintendo Switch was also added as a gift item, and is expected to be handed out between April 26th and May 10th. A new memory f…