30 articles published since April 17, 2023
About Cameron Lockhart
A staunch Nintendo loyalist, Cameron has been an impassioned gamer since 2007, being among the youths who got into the hobby through the Wii. His favorite franchises include Mario, Sonic, Kirby, and Zelda, and his favorite console is the Nintendo Switch. His favorite genres are platformers, beat 'em ups, Metroidvanias, and RPGs, although he loathes first-person shooters.
Outside of gaming, Cameron is also an avid writer, having loved it ever since he could properly hold a pencil. He has a BA in Creative Writing and a certification in editing. Therefore, it only makes sense to have a job that combines the two.
Outside of his work at GameRant, Cameron offers freelance writing services, and does plenty of his own fiction writing on the side, in hopes of becoming a published, bestselling novelist someday. He also posts passion project articles at least once or twice a month on Medium.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is filled with many things Nintendo hasn't disclosed itself, and one may be how weapon damage is calculated.
The Nintendo Switch updates its firmware to Version 16.0.3, but it's nowhere near as substantial as most updates that preceded it.
One Nintendo fan is so addicted to their products that they even squeezed in some gaming during their nursing school graduation.
A job posting for Visual Concepts provides an interesting hint as to what players can expect from the next WWE 2K installment.
A highly creative and dedicated Minecraft player recreates one of the most extravagant locales from Grand Theft Auto Online.
Destiny 2's Season of the Deep, the second part of Lightfall and the nineteenth expansion campaign overall, is now available to the public.
Series producer Masahiro Sakurai reveals Nintendo's backup plan in case he wouldn't work on Super Smash Bros. Brawl: porting Melee to the Wii.
After a series of surprising DLC crossovers over the past several months, PowerWash Simulator somehow manages to top itself with its latest teaser.
A game that was originally a launch title for the Xbox One receives a beefy patch after a full decade on the market.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom encourages one to flex their creative muscles, and one player has managed to spice up the Korok Seed quest.
A staple of Tekken's character roster since the third installment is officially making his return in the upcoming Tekken 8.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom isn't even a day old, and players have already found ways to blitz through its many hours of content.
With Google Stadia sinking as of this year, some of its exclusives are jumping ship, and one of them has found refuge as a multiplatform title.
Quality-of-life console updates have become a standard practice in the industry now, and the Xbox Series X's latest is no different.
A fan-favorite tactical RPG is being sold on Steam for an impressive discount seven years after the game made its debut.