In only a couple of days Splatoon 2 will be out and I will be playing it immensely, because what I played of the recent Splatfest was awesome. However, with that said, Nintendo released the Nintendo Switch Online phone app and everyone on the internet is having a meltdown over it being terrible and shitmonglers … Continue reading So I heard you don’t like Switch’s voice chat app…
- Will be a Nintendo system. - Will have Nintendo games. - Third parties will pledge support and then take it away after six months. - Promised Nintendo exclusive from western third party will go exclusive before launch and be delayed by six months. - Complaints about no games. - Complaints about no mature games … Continue reading Let’s Predict The Nintendo NX
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, … Continue reading PieHaus Digest – Pro Daisy 2002
This scan is from the back of E3 Show Daily: Day 3 from E3 2000. It's not a product ad, but a departing statement from Hiroshi Yamauchi just before he retired (maybe). Almost 13 years later (that's more than TWO Wii generations duct-taped together), does it still apply today? ... a little unbelievable in today's … Continue reading A Message From Nintendo: Gotta Have Game
Whelp, it's already here. On November 18th, the Wii U ushered in a new generation of Nintendo hardware, and I’m very excited. Once again, we have a new controller that will deliver different experiences - but as we all know only niche developers and Nintendo will do something about it. Third parties? Haha don’t make … Continue reading Pietriots Best Of Nintendo Wii!
Imagine a game that took pity on you. The game knew you were down on your luck, you didn't really know what you were doing. That things weren't working out with your new girlfriend and you felt you couldn't relate to friends anymore and your self esteem was at an all time low. A game … Continue reading Bejeweled 2+Blitz
It's 2 am. We just held a party at this house. Pre-drinks included some sort of Wii Fit Plus championship. It was Ok. Obviously I didn't take part because Wii Fit Plus is an uncool, casual, kiddy extravaganza, and any fun the party guests were having was just hollow, fake fun, compared to the hardcore … Continue reading King of the Jungle
In a shock opinion that's shocked a few people somewhere, some guy who used to work on stuff has declared this the future of gaming, Not only is this the future, but it's good enough to kick Nintendo out of the videogame market. How does that work, you say? Free flash games, a threat to … Continue reading Digital Chocolate will not be served at Nintendo’s Cafe
After 2 slow years - more than 220 hours of inconsistent on-off indulgent gameplay - I had gotten to a desired level of satisfaction in Rune Factory: Frontier. Can't quite say that I wasted lots of time, since I savored so much of it. Full of repetitive (but profitable) tasks, blushing faces, sexy voicework, and … Continue reading You’re playing it right – Rune Factory: Frontier
No Monado this month. No Wii games, either.
Super Monkey Ball, the once great franchise that kept gamers up at night perfecting their scores and mastering levels, was dealt a serious blow when Step & Roll came out on the Wii. Gone was the challenge, along with any originality in the level design, and the fans and success were lost with it. The … Continue reading Super Monkey Ball 3D
I guess the timing is right to present the sequel to our Conduit/GoldenEye Wiimote Controls - my control settings for the first Conduit adapted to the sequel to The Conduit, which isn't exactly The Conduit 2, but simply Conduit 2, a.k.a. DUKE NUKEM’s official return to video games. (The previous Note still applies, so keep … Continue reading Conduit 2 Wiimote Controls