Characters I Really Want to See in the Next Super Smash Bros. Game

A lot of articles online talk about how the Wii U is the worst thing Nintendo has ever done business-wise, sans the Virtual Boy being a thing. As horrible as this sounds that everyone wants Nintendo to just focus on handheld-consoles, one game may spark the Wii U into life: the next Super Smash Bros. game. And yes, the game has already introduced four new characters into the series, with Mega-Man, Wii Fit Trainer, Rosalina, and the Animal Crossing Villager. And we’re only going to get more new characters in this game, so on this issue of From A to Zelda, let’s talk about some characters the fans would probably like to see. Continue reading


From A to Zelda: Quick Summaries and Pokemon News

Welcome back to From A to Zelda! I’ve been out for a while because college likes to take my sweet, sweet time and taunt me. But alas, I’m back! And if you’re worried that I didn’t have time to play any Nintendo games, never fear; I did play more Nintendo games (this being that I had to play Pokemon Y at 3:00AM after I studied hours on end for exams until the end of the semester, and I played Super Mario 3D World and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds over Christmas break). So before I go to the main entree of this article, I’d like to give you some quick reviews of these games I’ve played. Continue reading

New Super Luigi U Actually Stressed Me Out (But Not Really)

First off, let me apologize for talking about a platformer again on my second post for From A to Zelda, but it’s actually a game I’ve just finished so I’lll just write about it while it’s fresh on my mind. New Super Mario Bros. U was, you know, a fun game and all, and I enjoyed it as much as I could. It’s just that while it’s fun to bring all those retro-esque formulas that make a Mario game a, well, Mario game, I couldn’t bring myself to absolutely love it after the fun that was New Super Mario Bros., New Super Mario Bros. Wii, New Super Mario Bros. 2, yada, yada, yada, you get me. This week, however, my dad dropped twenty bucks in my bank account and told me to buy the Mario U DLC available on the Wii U store with the generous gift (THANKS DAD YOU’RE THE BEST I’LL MAKE YOU PROUD). I searched through the store to try to find it, which to be honest was really difficult to find because Nintendo did this thing where you have to have Mario U in your console, you have to activate the game, you have to open the store through the game, then you can download it. Cool, thanks, Nintendo. So I found it, and there it was fifteen minutes later, downloaded to my system: New Super Luigi U. Continue reading