Nintendo officially unveiled Hyrule Warriors Legends, the 3DS port of the Wii U game.
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Not nearly enough attention is paid to good cover art, on both the publisher and the consumer side. Like with films or novels, good cover design should cast an artful eye towards conveying the contents of the game in an eye-catching way. As a collector, good cover art matters to me. It's something that can get me interested in a disc-based game, tipping me into a buying decision. It's something that I value years later when I peruse my collection, feeling the warm rush of nostalgia wash over me and reminding me of everything I loved about a game.
In a sea of mediocre (or worse) cover art, good cover design matters and it should be celebrated! Here is a look at 10 of the finest cover designs 2014 has had to offer!
Hyrule Warriors will be releasing it's second DLC pack this month, and the new playable character representing the Twilight Princess pack is Twili Midna.
Nintendo has revealed its six month financial standings for their fiscal year, and things are certainly looking up for the company, despite an operating loss of $1.99 million dollars. It is important to know that Nintendo's current fiscal year beings April 1st, 2014 and ends March 31st, 2015.
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