The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild has been out in the wilderness now for a good few weeks and it has received much praise from critics and gamers alike. Indeed when I reviewed it for 4-One I was pondering whether it might in fact be the best game I’ve played. Some had some criticism to throw Zelda’s way however and from the offset I want to make clear that I understand that tastes differ as do opinions and that’s fine but in saying that I wanted to address some criticism of Zelda that was posted by one of our dear admins yesterday. Continue reading Why The Legend of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Deserves Every Bit Of Praise It Gets
Every now and then Nintendo throw us a curve ball and catch us completely by surprise. Leading up to the Nintendo Switch launch date I watched a few events and saw a charming looking game called Snipperclips. The more I saw of the game the more fun it looked and at £17.99 it looked pretty good value for money too. So what’s the reality? Is this a surprise hit or should you be wary of it? Read on to find out. Continue reading Snipperclips Review A Surprise Hit or One To Miss?
When we ask gamers what their favourite game of all time is, we can be pretty confident that they will choose one title from a select few games that most gamers agree are the best in the business. Perhaps it’s Red Dead Redemption or Goldeneye. Maybe it’s Final Fantasy 7 or Ocarina of Time? Well it might be time to revise that pool of “best games ever” because The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is finally with us after years of waiting and it’s quickly become my favourite game of all time, surpassing even Red Dead Redemption. Now, I haven’t played every Legend of Zelda game nor am I a massive fan but it’s a series I’ve enjoyed in the past and I love the passion that fans have for it. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild has been in development for a long time and people have been excited for it since we caught our first glimpse of it years ago at E3. Continue reading The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Review
The Nintendo Switch has been released into the wild at last and 3 of the 4-One Gaming team have decided to dive in head first and invest on launch day. After many hours perched at the front window scowling at any van driving past my house the delivery dude turned up. Read on to see what I (Rob) think of the latest addition to my computer game family. Continue reading 4 One Gaming’s Nintendo Switch First Impressions
After an agonisingly long wait The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild finally releases on Nintendo WiiU and Nintendo’s latest console/handheld hybrid, the Nintendo Switch. First revealed way back in 2014 the game has evolved from the early days of 8bit up,down,left and right to a lush and frankly beautiful art style and what could well be one of the best open world’s ever created.
So we’ve all had a blast on the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta Beta I’m sure. I thought I would share some of my initial thoughts and tell you how I thought the game performed against my expectations. It’s not long to go until the game releases so we would like to know what you thought of the Ghost Recon Wildlands beta and whether it’s convinced you to buy or turned you off from the game altogether. Continue reading Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta thoughts
For years now Steam has been top dog when it comes to gaming platforms and in particular its store had praise heaped upon it. Self proclaimed citizens of the “master race” would look down upon mere console mortals and boast about the superiority of the service and its store front. Console digital stores meanwhile varied from being over priced to unforgiving when a refund was requested and we could only look over at Steam with adorning eyes. Times however have changed on both sides of the divide and it’s definitely not a positive change. Digital stores are a mess and the industry leaders need to up their game and sort them out. Continue reading A rant about the state of digital stores
It’s something that keeps cropping up and yet seemingly never materialises but once again Phil Spencer has hinted at official Mouse and Keyboard support for Xbox One in the future. There’s still no time frame attached to this particular feature being added but since it would have wide feeling ramifications one can only imagine that Microsoft are testing the crap out of it.
Whilst I prepare the next part of our Elite Dangerous guide I thought it would be fun to list some of the things every Commander should do at some point. Whether it’s exploring the far reaches of our galaxy or simply forgetting to deselect a spaceport resulting you chasing your tail for a good amount of time whilst you look for your next jump vector, we have you covered. Continue reading Things every Elite Dangerous player should do
Elite Dangerous continues to keep itself in the news, this time Frontier have given a date that Commanders will gain access to the 2.3 Beta. Otherwise known as the Commanders update it will bring a host of new features to the game as the developer looks to build on what are already solid foundations. I’m pretty excited for this update and for good reason.