So you think you followed E3 pretty hardcore eh? I thought so too until I started perusing through the awards that were given out between the different media publications. I missed two games completely, than upon finding them, I was very impressed. In one case I was blown away. I’d like to point out these two games, as they may just give Wii owners that much needed Street Fighter 4 game. Also, for you DS owners out there, that game for you to explore your creativity and play something that might just be one of the best ideas to ever hit video gaming. Continue reading
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Alright PNG Fans! It’s that time of year – E3 2009 is about to come to a close. Afraid you missed something good? Fear not! This time, after the break, we have all the video highlights from Nintendo’s E3 keynote.
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Electronic Entertainment Expo is back, and this year its back big time. I wanted to take a look at some of the announcements from yesterday’s Nintendo Conference and give you my thoughts on them. Objectively of course, but what I really mean is this is the stuff I find important, and so should you.
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What does Poppycock have to do with DS games?
I have said recently that Nintendo DS is the last bastian of platform gaming or gaming in general. While DS is just as guilty as the the other systems of having a ton of Shovel-ware, there are some gems in there that have surpassed all expectation and have proven to be games that will be remembered for all time.
I recently found two of these games in the last month. I didn’t know much about them, but they looked quirky and interesting enough to buy them and give them a try. This is part 1 of my attempt to educate you, the consumer, on two games that are worth your money. Continue reading
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PNG Audiophile – Real People Are Amazing Hello there, PNG fans! The full team’s back together this week to chat it up about OnLive, Vin Diesel, death threats, DSi, and fetish grids. Click the link to download the MP3 directly, … Continue reading
My stop buying bad games and just keep smoking coach
My guess is no.
But it will probably sell more copies of My Stop Smoking Coach. Or more than likely, people will just bitch about it till 4 months from now when they forget they even raised the taxes, and just keep on smoking.
Hey Allen Carr, give me a ring sometime and lets work out a plan to require that all addicts purchase this game and maybe we can eliminate smoking in general.
“Imagine My guide to taking down giant corporations who prey on addicts and the weak for profit Coach“
What a day at GDC if you’re a Nintendo fan!
First off, let me say that I too have traveled the path of the Nintendo Nay-Sayer. Over the last year, it’s been a rough ride for my inner child and my love of nostalgia because of Nintendo. They failed miserably last year. As hardcore fans we got Mario Kart and Smash Bros. Melee, which unfortunately lost its appeal quickly, but that’s about all we got.
It’s 2009! It’s time for Nintendo to make a fresh start and try to win back those of us who may have sold their Wii or Nintendo DS a bit prematurely. Now to be fair, I don’t fault anyone that did because you had become fed up with the garbage. But as a proud Nintendo DS owner and semi-closet Wii owner, I’m getting excited again the way I was when I first heard Nintendo Revolution.
After the jump is exciting and bountiful information on what Nintendo delivered today during their keynote at GDC.
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On Dave’s recommendation, I hit up the Nintendo World store while I was in the big apple. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but it was more than what I got. With the exception of some pretty sweet memorabilia under glass boxes, like a GBA SP signed by Shigeru Miyamoto, it was just a glorified mall kiosk. Ok, maybe I’m a bit biased as I don’t much care for Nintendo anymore, so I’ll let my (crappy iPhone quality) pictures do the talking.