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Posted: 06/13/11, 09:54:18 by 
In this article, I will be talking about my brief time with a lot of the demos on display at Nintendo's booth, but if you are looking for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword impressions, I have posted some more in-depth thoughts here... (more)
Posted: 06/13/11, 06:42:37 by 
During their E3 2011 conference on the morning of June 7th, Nintendo finally showed off the successor to the Wii: the Wii U. The reveal was not a surprise, as Nintendo flat-out announced that the device would be playable at E3 when info about it started leaking from everywhere. Gamers everywhere struggled to make sense of the rumors of a dual analog controller integrating a 6'' touch screen and wondered what to make of the reports that the device would be on par, slightly more powerful, or much more powerful than Microsoft's or Sony's current consoles... (more)
Posted: 06/13/11, 02:47:38 by 
I was lucky enough during the first day of E3 to benefit from shorter lines at each one of Nintendo's Wii booths due to everyone lining up to get a chance to see and play the Wii U. That changed the following days as Nintendo got better at managing the Wii U line and directing the people who simply would not make it to their Wii and 3DS booths... but not before I got two shots at playing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword... (more)
Posted: 06/03/11, 07:19:58 by 
It's almost here: on June 6th, Nintendo will finally release an update allowing 3DS owners to use the eShop to buy old Game Boy games as well as original titles in digital form... well, 3 of them anyway. Yes, the old classics will be sparse at the launch of Nintendo's eShop, but there is a silver lining: over 350 DSiware titles will be ready to be downloaded... (more)
Posted: 05/19/11, 07:16:36 by 
I recently reviewed the 3DS System and gave it a score of 9.0. I am very happy with Nintendo’s new handheld and I think that they have done a magnificent job on its first iteration. However, there are still a few areas where the 3DS could be better. Some of these areas are hardware related and will need to be addressed in hardware revisions or successors. Others are actually software related and could be fixed with firmware updates. I would also like to discuss the future potential of the system and the many great things Nintendo and other developers can do with the system right now... (more)
Posted: 05/19/11, 00:42:57 by 
So... I've been pretty obsessed with digital distribution lately, especially considering Nintendo's Virtual Console*, so I thought I would cook up a new article series about games that have yet to show their face on the service... (more)
Posted: 05/18/11, 19:04:02 by 
I recently reviewed the 3DS System and gave it a score of 9.0. I am very happy with Nintendo’s new handheld and I think that they have done a magnificent job on its first iteration. However, there are still a few areas where the 3DS could be better. Some of these areas are hardware related and will need to be addressed in hardware revisions or successors. Others are actually software related and could be fixed with firmware updates. I would also like to discuss the future potential of the system and the many great things Nintendo and other developers can do with the system right now... (more)
Posted: 05/18/11, 09:59:14 by 
I recently reviewed the 3DS System and gave it a score of 9.0. I am very happy with Nintendo’s new handheld and I think that they have done a magnificent job on its first iteration. However, there are still a few areas where the 3DS could be better. Some of these areas are hardware related and will need to be addressed in hardware revisions or successors. Others are actually software related and could be fixed with firmware updates. I would also like to discuss the future potential of the system and the many great things Nintendo and other developers can do with the system right now... (more)
Posted: 04/21/11, 21:36:43 by 
In November 21, 2004, Nintendo released the Nintendo DS. It was supposed to be a third pillar which would coexist with the Wii and the Game Boy lines. The DS became the best selling videogame hardware of all time. Fast forward to the present, the Game Boy line is dead, taken over by the DS line. The newest generation of the DS line is a revolution for portables. It has many new features that make the system arguably more powerful than even the Wii. The following is an in depth review of each and every one of these features... (more)
Posted: 04/09/11, 05:48:54 by 
I’ve mentioned Battletoads (NES) before in previous threads with me wishing it was on the VC etc but I wanted to actually talk about the game and what it meant for me as a gamer... (more)
Posted: 04/01/11, 07:50:29 by 
LET ME START THIS OFF BY SAYING THAT I AM A HUGE NINTENDO FAN, AND HAVE BEEN GAMING SINCE THE DAYS OF WIND WAKER!!!!!! (more)
Posted: 03/26/11, 04:02:37 by 
Back when Nintendo launched the DSi in April 2009, they simultaneously launched their DSiWare service: basically small, cheap downloadable games that you keep on the system's on-board memory, ready to be launched a played at a moment's notice. Think iPhone apps. Since then, over 200 games have been released on the service... (more)
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