Review – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

When it comes to gaming icons, there’s one series that stands high above the rest. Ever since I could hold a controller I’ve been one of the biggest fans of the Zelda series. I even went as far as to get my very own Triforce tattooed on my left hand, the one that wields the Master Sword. I really enjoyed Twilight Princess, but when The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was announced

Review – Optoma GT750E 3D Gaming Projector

Optoma has been making gaming projectors for a little while now, and we’ve had a chance to test their latest model (which also happens to be a 3D projector), the GT750E, which they say eliminates the two major issues that I described above. Read on to find out if it stacks up.

Review – Mega Man 10 (Wii)


Capcom once again delivers on its classic formula, tuning the difficulty down from their last attempt allowing for greater accessibility. With a new robot virus on the loose, 
Capcom’s blue bomber sets off on another 8-bit whirlwind adventure.  This time around the good people at Capcom decided to include additional play modes right out of the 
download.  These additional options only add to the replay value, not to mention the achievements that are up for grabs.

The game play is rock solid classic Mega Man just as you would remember from the NES days.  If you played the previous installment you know what to expect.  I enjoyed the 
multiple path level designs.  The collection of bosses feel familiar but are distinct from their predecessors.  As always defeating the first line of opposition is the hardest 
and the rest of the initial stages are easily completed with some trial and error.  Although the hardcore players out there will just use the standard blaster to complete the 
task.

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Review – Buckshot Pump-Action Shotgun For The Wii

These days Wii accessories are only outnumbered by those made for the iPod. Unfortunately, Wii accessories are generally cheap pieces of plastic that do little to add to the enjoyment of the game, despite what the product claims. The only time I bother with such an addition to my Wiimote is when I’m playing a shooter.

I’ve gone through a number of different gun accessories, most of them weren’t of decent quality, or in the case of the ezShot I reviewed last year, couldn’t even perform basic functions properly. Thus I’ve continued to use the official Zapper that came with my Link’s Crossbow Training game. Even that one isn’t perfect, as my large hands sometimes feel cramped when using it. Needless to say, I was skeptical when I received the Buckshot controller from Komodo.

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