Game Boy Game Prices Are Through the Roof (And Trending Higher)

The average cost of Game Boy games has been steadily rising for years. If you look at the overall price growth, which has doubled within the last five years, then it should be pretty clear Game Boy game prices are following the trend of increasing retro video game prices. Retro video games on systems like the N64 and Sega Dreamcast are going a little crazy … Continue reading Game Boy Game Prices Are Through the Roof (And Trending Higher)

Why should I be excited for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity?

Don’t get me wrong; I’m not unexcited about Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. I’m just not $60 excited. Whenever Nintendo announces a new Legend of Zelda game, it’s a big deal. I mean, it’s a huuuuge deal! Nintendo’s treatment of the Zelda franchise differs wildly from that of Super Mario. While Mario only gets a major release a few times (at most) per console, he also gets … Continue reading Why should I be excited for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity?

Every Legend of Zelda Game, Ranked by Sales

Nintendo’s follow-up to Phantom Hourglass probably sold poorly because… well, because it was the follow-up to Phantom Hourglass. You know what they say: fool me once, shame on you. Or whatever.

Point being: Legend of Zelda fans were not excited to revisit the format of Phantom Hourglass. And like so many other Zelda fans, I have yet to bother with this entry. Continue reading Every Legend of Zelda Game, Ranked by Sales