The first game to take us behind Samus' visor has never been better before.
An update on ZRET official website states that the project is 90 percent complete, and fans can expect the full project to be done in a short while.
The 2005 classic is making the jump to VR.
These titles looked simply jaw-dropping back in the day.
The beloved snowboarding franchise would fit well into EA's current portfolio.
Inverted camera controls and general gameplay fixes also included.
Mario deserves a celebration with much more pomp and grandeur.
Nintendo unlocked their next stage like a JRPG boss.
They may not have had the best sales, review scores or exposure but these titles still shine.
Capcom's illustrious horror franchise has had some crazy moments. Let's look back on them here.
From nonchalant to straight nightmare fuel, these enemies have no chill in their remakes.
More than just remasters, these remakes took the original titles to a whole new level.
Don't let their looks fool you - these weapons pack a surprising punch.
Much as we may pine, these games won't be getting easier any time soon.
Just when you think the fight's really about to start, these bosses high-tail it.
Buy low and sell high - these shopkeepers were absolutely ruthless.
Like finding an oasis in the desert, these checkpoints stretched credulity.
Pre-orders will go live for the survival horror classics on February 28th.
It’s well on its way to catch up to N64 and Xbox One sales now.
For some reason, the latest update lets you use controllers from the 2001 console.