With Hyrule Warriors almost upon us, we look back at the last home console Zelda and discuss why it's probably the weakest entry in the whole series.
We resume our Zeldathon by looking at the 'least-good' entries in the series.
Here's all of our Star Trek content in one handy post.
Take Castlevania, John Williams, the composer of Streets of Rage and sprinkle in a little bit of plagiarism.
James explains how this sweeping, franchise-crossing soundtrack awakened him to the power of video game music.
James reviews the current build of the base-building strategy game. Is it worth buying now or waiting for future releases?
Did you know that a band of Pikmin had a string of chart hits? In Japan, naturally.
Often regarded as one of the greatest video game sequels, does it still hold up fifteen years and one remake later?
Twitch Plays Pokémon reminds us that the Game Boy original had, among other things, a brilliant and iconic soundtrack.
Revisiting the original C&C is like opening up a time capsule from the mid-90s, partly due to its unforgettable soundtrack.
Learn a valuable lesson in this simulation of a job nobody wants to do
James explains why this oft-forgotten gem plays like a deeper, more strategic version of Monopoly.
Songs to kick arse by.
A truly festive number from Rare's Nintendo 64 classic.
With its sequel out this week, we remember one of Koji Kondo's musical master works.