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Posted: 02/23/12, 05:10:28 by 
Unlike someone on this board, Im not a huge sports fan - unless it has to do with football. I mean the real version - the one you play with your feet. (Soccer).. (more)
Posted: 01/24/12, 02:30:29 by 
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Posted: 01/10/12, 08:47:54 by 
Welcome to the first installment of a little something I like to call The Plot Thickens. This will hopefully become a monthly piece here on Negative World focusing on underappreciated plot elements of video games. I plan to range in focus from the nuances of grandiose narratives to the backstories of games whose plot is often completely ignored (how did Peach get kidnapped THIS time?)... (more)
Posted: 01/03/12, 22:12:07 by 
Looking into the past, Mario has had his fair share of flight powerups. Super Mario Bros. 3 introduced the Racoon Suit and Tanooki Suit, which allowed Mario to soar into the air and float down easily. Super Mario World went a step further, allowing the player to not only soar up in the air, but stay in the air by nosediving and swooping back up into the sky. Both items allowed Mario to attack nearby enemies... (more)
Posted: 09/09/11, 04:31:49 by 
I'm a greedy gamer..... On the VC I finally got my Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana, my Super Punch Out..and even FFIII but there is one game that is still missing: (more)
Posted: 07/28/11, 00:59:50 by 
The object of this guide is to help train you to defeat all the Bosses in Boss Challenge Mode and in the Gauntlet without getting hit once. It will take some time, but if you follow these strategies, you will be able to defeat them quite easily and quickly. Boss strategies are the same for both the Original Quest and the Master Quest. The conditions are different, however. In the Master Quest Boss Challenge Mode and Gauntlet, Bosses do twice as much damage as in the Original Quest. In the Original Quest Gauntlet, you start off with five hearts as child Link. In the Master Quest Gauntlet, Link starts out with 3 hearts as child Link. You can gain up to two more heart containers as you go... (more)
Posted: 07/26/11, 05:26:00 by 
So, as most of y'all know, the DS is my favorite system. Of all time. This generation was, for me, defined by Nintendo's quirky dual-screen handheld. The wealth of quality software, unique and innovative ideas and (thanks to the DSi) cool accessory features, the DS will remain as my top pick for 'most favorite hardware' for at least the foreseeable future. I love that thing... (more)
Posted: 07/21/11, 09:24:28 by 
Every single gaming editorial publication is asked this at least once in their lifetime. Why did you give a perfect score to to a game with flaws? I was recently asked this question in my latest review for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. It's a fair question and, in order to answer it, I need to get a little bit technical and philosophical at the same time... (more)
Posted: 07/11/11, 12:45:49 by 
So that was your plan Nintendo, spend years making us fat playing your videogames and then reap the profits but providing us with a way to get skinny again. Many of you may know I have a habit of getting a little obsessive with weight loss games, I create some sort of competition, work my arse of to ensure I win and then spend a few months piling the pounds back on. I am currently back to about 240 pounds, am feeling very lethargic and have started getting heartburn, this is not good. Over the course of the next few months I will be sticking to a calorie controlled diet (between 1500 and 2000 per day) while utilising the various tools provided by our beloved Nintendo systems... (more)
Posted: 07/02/11, 08:45:28 by 
I could start this off by talking about how I'm the biggest Nintendo fan ever, but anyone can say that, and half of the people who write these kind of criticisms of Nintendo have moved firmly into the Sony or Microsoft camps over the years, whether they admit it to the world (and themselves) or not. So instead I'll just post some evidence that, while not particularly proving one thing or another, will at least give you an idea of the type of fan of Nintendo that I am: (more)
Posted: 06/14/11, 10:52:14 by 
For impressions on Super Mario 3DS, Resident Evil Revelations, Kid Icarus and Luigi's Mansion 2, check out Part 1 of this feature... (more)
Posted: 06/14/11, 08:58:03 by 
I don't how exciting the 3DS presence at E3 was for outsiders, given how most of the games have been known about since the system was first unveiled over a year ago. Perhaps most people expected to be playing these games already. All I can say is that it was impressive to play and see how far along how most of the games at Nintendo's booth seemed to be, and it is kind of a shock to learn that many may not make it out this year. I would buy most of them for a high price, as they say... (more)
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