Today, Nintendo announced a bunch of stuff about their new home console, the Wii U, and as horrible as that console name still is, it seems like they’re serious about it. To bolster the new console’s year one library, the geniuses at Nintendo have decided to not drip feed us a few halfway decent games
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Not to be outdone by the Lionfather, Lil Wayne announced yesterday that he is also going to stop rapping. Wayne’s announcement was slightly more ambiguous though, leading many to believe that this is just a temporary pause on his rap activities while he pursues his other passion, which is apparently skateboarding. Because that’s what’s hot
In the days following the big press conferences at E3 this year, we’re finally able to make a determination about who won the show, but first some analysis.
My wife and I got our tax return in early this year and thanks to our horde of dependents, the government kindly returned what appears to be more than we paid in. What else was left to do but piss away our new found wealth on video games along with both of the current portable
Nintendo is always trying to figure out what the next big hit will be, and next time they just might have it figured out. The new controller for the Wii U console has a camera built right into it. How will this translate into better games? :( = Stop production :) = Print more.
Not to be outdone by Microsoft’s rumors about the next XBox, Nintendo has been churning out all kinds of rumors about its own next console. Some developers are saying that it will be capable of indescribable features (as in, words, pictures, and video cannot do them justice). Others are saying that the horrible name “Wii
Composer: Koji Kondo Genre: Classical/Video Game Score Format: Compact Disc For fans of the Legend of Zelda series, the decision to purchase the latest game, Skyward Sword (official Tears of Time review forthcoming) was a simple one. But what may have gotten lost in the shuffle on launch day was an audio CD included with