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Posted: 04/12/10, 15:30:56 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 04/10/10, 17:05:24 by 
I shall endeavor to keep this brief, since there is not much to say about this product. It is a fairly robust (and cute!) digital instrument tuner,and it costs $2. I think it's a very worthy little app for... fans of the digital tuner genre. Very cheap, functional, and practical... (more)
Posted: 04/09/10, 20:33:57 by 
Let's list off some games that could have, or should have been great but for one reason or another they fell short... (more)
Posted: 04/08/10, 06:37:03 by 
After the success of the original Gameboy Advance version and Touched on the DS, Nintendo is back again with the third original WarioWare game to date. But rather than simply rehash the ideas in the original, Nintendo has gone a different route; the game pack comes with a motion sensor built right into it, and most of the mini-games revolve around usage of this. This often makes for some utterly nonsensical gameplay, which is exactly what we love and expect from the series... (more)
Posted: 04/08/10, 05:56:03 by 
Grill-Off with Ultra Hand is a Wiiware title available only through Club Nintendo, at the cost of 80 points. A code is given to you, and you have to go into the Wii Shop Channel, click on Setting and Features, then Wii Download Ticket. Enter the code to claim your reward... (more)
Posted: 04/08/10, 05:12:59 by 
The big draw of the WarioWare series for me has always been the initial discovery of each microgame. I never have as much fun “perfecting” a single microgame, or trying to get a new high score in a given set of microgames, as I have seeing a completely new challenge thrown at me for the first time, with its unique artwork and style often completely different from the previous microgame or the next... (more)
Posted: 04/05/10, 15:22:54 by 
Here are this week's releases on WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console!.. (more)
Posted: 04/04/10, 18:30:58 by 
Not in a horror movie way, but in a drarma way. (Well, you can list games that have any kind of emotional effect, but I'm more interested in games that can actually touch your heart in some way.) I'm actually the sappiest, easiest target for human drama in almost any form. Any form except games, that is. They leave my perennially moistened eyes absolutely dry. I don't know if it's the form or the execution, but, yeah. They just don't do it for me. Let me try to think of some exceptions... Super Metroid, I guess. I don't know if was emotional, but Drakengard and Shadow of Destiny kind of resonated with me, somehow. The end of Conker was bizarrely moving, in a totally unearned way... (more)
Posted: 04/04/10, 18:23:55 by 
Or some combination? (Or do you not even care?) (more)
Posted: 04/03/10, 05:51:48 by 
Role-Playing Games (RPGs) featuring one or both of the Mario Bros. date back to 1996 with Squaresoft’s Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story is their seventh RPG outing. All of Mario's RPGs are worth playing, but I consider the pinnacle of the series to be Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga for the Game Boy Advance. Since this is the third Mario & Luigi game, Bowser’s Inside Story has a lot to live up to right away... (more)
Posted: 04/01/10, 20:12:33 by 
In an announcement sure to shock the world ten times over, Nintendo of America's President and Chief Operating Officer Reggie Fils-Aime has announced that every single previously released Nintendo published title that has never made it to the North American territories will now, finally, be making their way over. When asked by this reporter to clarify, he responded with "Yes damnit, I mean it, every single one! Even little heard of Virtua Boy titles like Space Squash and Insmouse no Yakata. They're all coming. And soon." He proceeded to go on with a list of upcoming releases, which included much clamored for titles like Soma Bringer, Fatal Frame IV, Captain Rainbow, Disaster Day of Crisis, and the upcoming Xenoblade, among many, many others... (more)
Posted: 04/01/10, 07:06:02 by 
So I downloaded Grill Off and played it for a solid, um, 15 minutes at most, just long enough to beat the default high score on my second try. The game's kind of fun, and while during the tutorial I was thinking it would be like patting my head and rubbing my belly at the same time, it's super simple to control... (more)
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