The journey of playing A Link Between Worlds is one that any Zelda fan will find full of nostalgia and charm. The characters are familiar and friendly, the dungeons full of treasure, the Pieces of Hearts hard to reach, and the Cuccos angry. It’s a wonderful continuation of an already well-established story.
If you’ve never been a fan of Animal Crossing, this title is probably not going to change your mind. However, for the series, it introduces new features that make playing that much more addicting.
Originally announced at E3 back in 2010, the newest Animal Crossing title, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, will be coming to the 3DS on June 9th for US players. The game has been out since November 8, 2012 in Japan, so much is already known about gameplay. For example, players have even more opportunity to customize their towns as mayor. The freedom this gives the newest generation of enthusiasts seems to be boundless. Much of the appeal of these games is the idyllic setting and lifestyle. Hard work gets you where you want to be. You trade your spoils of bugs, fish, fossils, furniture and more for the in-game currency, Bells.
One girl’s personal account (and struggle) through her journey of switching mobile operating systems.
College students are notorious for getting distracted. No matter how hard you try to focus, Facebook just keeps drawing you in. If this is a constant problem for you, there are plenty of applications out there to assist you.
On September 12, 2012, Apple unveiled its newest member to the iPhone family: the iPhone 5.
One may have thought that the Apple v. Samsung patent lawsuit was over, but that’s just wishful thinking.