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Posted: 11/09/10, 21:54:23 by 
I have done this twice before, once in July '09 before the massive influx of users, and then once again in March '10, after we gained a whole bunch of new people. As you probably should know, if you are a member (and if you are not, why not join up?) we host a games database where all users can add and rate games on Nintendo consoles. And we also average out all of the ratings, to get a (semi-)official list of the top rated games based on the tastes of the Negative World users... (more)
Posted: 11/08/10, 15:59:49 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 11/03/10, 18:16:36 by 
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Posted: 11/01/10, 14:20:18 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 10/25/10, 15:37:57 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 10/25/10, 07:43:35 by 
Before I can recommend Ivy the Kiwi? Mini, I have to ask one simple question: can you handle a little frustration in your games? If you donít mind pulling your hair out occasionally because you died for the Nth time on a set of spikes or because you ran out of time just as you were reaching the end of a stage, you will find this game very fun and rewarding. If not, donít curse my name and say I didnít warn you... (more)
Posted: 10/25/10, 07:17:14 by 
I'm just going to leave the newest trailer right here at the top. Enjoy it guys, I'm not watching. Media blackout starts NOW!.. (more)
Posted: 10/24/10, 06:57:14 by 
In Batman: The Brave and the Bold, developer WayForward has created the first realistic superhero game ever: you cannot die in it. And if we know something about superheroes, itís that no matter how many punches they receive and how much they get shot at, they donít die. Or if they do, they come back. It never really made sense to see Superman go down from receiving too many bullets in a video game, for instance. So here, the heroes always get back up, and the only penalty when your health bar drops to zero is you lose some of the coins you collected from the bad guys you beat up, coins used to purchase and upgrade your weapons and gadgets... (more)
Posted: 10/19/10, 06:41:26 by 
Kirbyís Dream Land 3 came out originally on the SNES very, very late in its life, slightly over 13 months after the launch of the Nintendo 64. As such, few people ended up playing it, but thanks to its availability on the Virtual Console, more people can now be exposed to it... (more)
Posted: 10/19/10, 00:59:32 by 
It's one thing that seems to be all the rage these days. I don't think I've played many games in which I'm forced to make a "moral choice" but I would like to explore that aspect of gaming. Firstly, I'd like you guys to please suggest some games (I play games on the PC) by the way. that make smart use of open choice system without it feeling arbitrarily described as good or evil or just having an immediate effect and then never being referred to again, ever... (more)
Posted: 10/18/10, 16:06:47 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 10/16/10, 18:20:09 by 
Can you guys figure out the point of this device, exactly? Or why Nintendo is apparently pushing MotionPlus hardware so hard (with this and the MP unit that has recently been included in every retail Wiimote), since there aren't many games that support it, and most of the ones that necessitate it are bundled with a unit, anyway? In fact, the only viable four-player MotionPlus experience that I can think of is Grand Slam Tennis (I know, canoeing), and no one even knows that game exists... (more)
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