Nintendo has released their 2014 first quarter (Q1) financial results, showing off their landmark Mario Kart 8 software sales — however, they still have a loss of ¥9.4 billion ($91 million USD). While the gaming industry loves to keep up with their favorite companies’ sales and earnings, little know the meaning behind them. What does this operating loss mean for Nintendo and how does it affect them in the long run? Continue reading What a $91 Million Loss Means for Nintendo
What is the best console generation to date and why?
As we move deeper into the first year of a new console generation, it’s becoming increasingly clear to me that I am a PC gamer. I’ve known about this for some time now, yet I didn’t expect to be so apathetic towards the new consoles. I still don’t own an Xbox One, and I don’t expect I will until Halo 5 shows up. Until then, I have a nice PC, which has been my primary method of gaming for quite a few years now.
That isn’t to say PC gaming is perfect though. In fact, there’s one PC-gaming facet that bothers me, and it’s something I have to deal with every time I purchase a new game: Remapping the WASD keys to ESDF. Continue reading PC Gaming: Why ESDF is Objectively Better than WASD
Sean Mesler, Facebook friend and writer of GamerHorizon, looked to have the final word in the debate between the original and new Xbox One. A debate argued vigorously through the forums of NeoGaf or Facebook pages to this day, little ground has been made. Continue reading Xbox One-Eighty: Winning the Battle but Losing the War