I like talking about video games, but I also like talking about hilarious and/or stupid bullshit that you sometimes don’t think is important, but actually is. Today, I am putting on my gaming historian glasses to talk in-depth about an aspect of video games we sometimes think is always a good thing, and it is! … Continue reading The MGS2 Effect
Amidst all the Zelda cheering and Joy-Con rumbling, Nintendo slipped a less exciting piece of news into their Switch event. There will now be a yearly fee if you want to play games online, a new service for Nintendo. It's a tough pill to swallow for a userbase used to playing online for free. Now … Continue reading Nintendo Dollars – Where Are They Going?
The release of Super Mario Run on iPhone has sent shockwaves through the mobile gaming community. Lattes have been spilled all over the world and sideways caps have been adjusted forward, as hipsters are faced with the social dilemma of paying money for a videogame. Super Mario Run offers the first 3 levels free of … Continue reading Super Mario Run – RUN AWAY, IT COSTS MONEY!
While it has only been several days since Nintendo officially unveiled the NX as the Switch, and likewise revealed a list of development partners, as seen below… I am in the boat that has to make the obvious joke, as in which publisher/developer will drop the Switch in it’s first year of life? After all, … Continue reading My Actual Problem With Switch
It's been a pretty good year. Not a great one, but pretty good. We've seen some heavy hitters on 3DS with Fire Emblem Fates and Kirby Planet Robobot, and intense console action with Star Fox Zero and some memorable Splatfests. Dragon Quest 7, Federation Force and Color Splash are brand new games that just released … Continue reading Nintendo still loves us
I have spent the last week trapped in an emotional prison and I can't take it anymore. I am absolutely fuming with anger after playing through Metroid Prime: Federation Force. It is a well-crafted game, and this is a big problem. Next Level Games have poured tons of resources into what is fundamentally an INSULT … Continue reading Federation Force is a good game, and that’s NOT okay
Thank you for rejoining me after Part 1. As stated earlier, this part will focus on video games in regards to artistic interpretation. So, in order to hide the fact that this part was done months ago and I simply cut a longer article in half so I could loaf for another month, let’s begin. … Continue reading The Rights of Artforms – Part 2
Fire Emblem: Fates appears to be doing well in America, despite the wishes of a small, yet loud minority of consumers who use social media to harangue Nintendo of America, hoping to boycott the game and see it fail, operating under various protest hashtags. Of course, after the massive success and nearly nationwide sellout (which … Continue reading The Rights of Artforms – Part 1
I played about 5 hours of Star Fox Zero today and I'm just so excited that I have to write out these impressions and clear up some things about this game immediately. There's a lot of confusion going around about the controls and quite frankly, it's all fucking bullshit. Game journalists spinning this propaganda are … Continue reading Star Fox Zero – Flying Through The Bullshit
Recently EA have spoken in secret about the Nintendo NX and their lack of plans to develop for it. They outlined a bunch of things that Nintendo is required to do in order to be blessed with EA's fantastic library of quality games. To sum it up, they want Nintendo to "provide a market for … Continue reading EA developing for NX – Kimishima’s Konditions
A close examination over the opposing outrage narratives concerning Fire Emblem.
Minecraft has been announced for Wii U! Finally! Weeeeeee! Woohoo!! GET EXCITED. Finally this game comes to a console that makes sense. With a second screen and giant touch interface on the Wii U GamePad, Minecraft will finally be playable on consoles in an intuitive way. Nope. Minecraft Wii U Edition will not support the … Continue reading Minecraft: Fuck U Edition