The Nintendo Switch is a brand new Nintendo console releasing tomorrow (March 3rd, 2017) as of this writing and although it’s launch window line-up is a bit shaky (honestly REALLY shaky), there’s been a consensus at Nintendo that they have enough to keep us gamers occupied until the holiday season. But the game Nintendo has focused on most to carry their new systems launch is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Originally a Wii U game, BOTW (this will be the short-hand I use throughout the review) has been delayed numerous times, now it has become an introduction to Nintendo’s new system as well as a swan song for their struggling Wii U platform. The delays have come with promises of the series exploring new boundaries, and providing a highly polished experience.

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The Phantom Dust Remaster for Xbox One has been confirmed to Continue reading


(A model this writer owns, the CD-i 615, this model comes with a CD-i player and a floppy insert, with integrated Digital Video not needing a card.)

Launched in 1990 (1991 nationwide), The CD-i is a interactive system(s) that is highly underrated in its importanceContinue reading


While we usually report on more positive news, we also want to spread the news on criminals to lead to their eventual capture.
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Microsoft has officially released a statement on Scalebound, an Action rpg exclusive for the Xbox gaming consoles, Microsoft has
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The 3WIREL.com website has had a big year with tons of new additions in terms of content, structure and staff. We would like to wish you a Happy New Year as well as a successful 2017.

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Mega Man 8 was the first mainline Mega Man game and second Mega Man game overall to be released in CD format. This would become the biggest & most updated Mega Man game in the original series until 2006; featuring animated cutscenes, CD quality music, enhanced graphics and sprites, and HQ audio. Has the game held up after all these years? Let’s take a look.Continue reading