Author: Pro Daisy
What To Do With A Million My Nintendo Coins
I’ll tell you what I’d do, man…
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Smashing QR Codes – Next-gen DLC
Nintendo’s Miightiest heroes have finally assembled, ready for assymetric action.
Part of the Nintendo Difference: E3 2001
As a follow-up to my previous E3 scan, here’s some subtle marketing Nintendo spread around E3 2001, again, on the back of the E3 Show Daily magazines. Checkout the “interesting” front covers, too, and maybe you’ll question how there could be any excitement for such an unappealing video game industry at the time (as presented by the magazine). “Doug Lowensteins’ State of the Industry 2000-2001 Report: IDSA findings indicate games are fully mainstream…” Yes!…? Wait, is that really a good thing or a bad thing?
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Positive NinPal – GameCube Adapters
No need to take turns.
PieHaus Digest – Pro Daisy 2002
Forget all the modern gaming crap for a moment and let me offer a slice of my life leading up to the Casual Gamer I am today.
Let’s go back, umm 13 years, when times were simpler, and gaming was getting interesting and taking a turn for the worst at the same time (bloating budgets, wannabe movies, dumb-downed gameplay, with a corrupt and/or unskilled gaming press shoving it all down your throat; you saw what happened). OK, off-topic, I mean… just trying to say this is an informal snapshot of life surrounding that hobby; a new feature about old stuff. Continue reading “PieHaus Digest – Pro Daisy 2002”
Positive NinPal – MARIO KRAT 7.9
Share your dong on Mario Krat TV.
Positive NinPal – The Twin Snakes
Positive NinPal – Wii U Reviews
Positive NinPal – LetterSwap
Shared too much.
Positive NinPal – Animal Crossing
Positive NinPal – Wii U Kickstarters
$100,000 – Deeper
$250,000 – Wider
Positive NinPal – Pie Radio Live
Operators are standing by. [the emergency exit]
From Chat: Next Generation Barry
Wii U Wii Mode Audio-Video Mishaps
It’s a good thing the big April Wuu update isn’t out yet, giving me a chance to complain about stuff while it’s valid. Let’s briefly revisit some of Wuu’s non-features, or why I didn’t fall for that “trap”: never performed that permanent “system transfer” of my Wii data as soon as I got my Wuu. As with any dangerous entertainment content migration of this sort, I had to find out: does Wuu’s “Wii Mode” retain all the features the Wii did?