Character Column: The Legend of Zelda’s Ganondorf is a villain with both menace and nuance

Categories: 3DS, News, Retro, Wii U

Welcome to the Character Column! Each week, I’ll be taking a look at a different character from Nintendo’s long and esteemed history, and I’ll analyze what makes them interesting, nuanced, or just plain memorable. Whether they’re heroes, villains or NPCs, I’ll explain why they deserve respect or love from the…

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20 years later, Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War remains one of the series’ most unique (and important) entries

Categories: News, Retro

Given that it’s attained a massive popularity and prestige in the West only within the last few years, it’s easy to forget that Fire Emblem games have been around since the Famicom days. Until the series’ seventh entry (Rekka no Ken/Blazing Sword, known simply as Fire Emblem in the West),…

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Fanmade project “A Fox in Space” kicks off with its first episode on YouTube

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Retro, Wii U

We’ve touched on fanmade projects here at Nintendo Inquirer before, but most of the ones we’ve mentioned have revolved around physical products, like this crochet yarn Poochy and these customizable Animal Crossing villager statues. This time around we’ve discovered something a bit different – a fully animated episode of a…

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