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 … Continue reading Part of the Nintendo Difference: E3 2001
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
Oh hey, guess what folks? The ‘true’ next-generation game systems arrived last month, but unlike most people who are absolutely convinced these are the best systems EVAH, I’m going to put out some more depressing realities that we could face. After all, didn’t you all like my last one? No? Well shit. Reality #1: Despite … Continue reading Depressing Realities Surrounding Next-Gen Gaming
(Click for larger version) I've taken the liberty of filling out the first conference for you since everyone will be watching Apple @ WWDC. Over the next two days fill out your cards and post them here and on the social medias or print a copy out to put on the fridge! Conference Times in … Continue reading Get ready for E3 with your commemorative report card!
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
Gameplay advice, on your GamePad.
Because smiles aren't enough.
"Great stuff, Nintendo really did hold back at E3!" "Only Nintendo could royally screw up the biggest trade show of the year but absolutely DESTROY a random Thursday at midnight." "Nintendo doesn't really give a shit about E3 (and maybe any press events) anymore. They love Nintendo Direct. " "That was approximately a billion times … Continue reading Nintendo Direct – Better Than E3?
... Using their old stuff. Also comes in white 3rd Parties bitched and demanded Nintendo provide traditional input crap so they can focus on difficult PS3 ports, and thus Nintendo delivered. Now's the time you're supposed to whine about Nintendo copying Nintendo, and how they're not trying anything new.
Holy shit! This is the most excited I've ever been about a new game console - Nintendo blew my mind with their presentation and I loved every little thing. In fact, the little things were the best part. No catchy title here; I'm just going to run through my thoughts as I watched the conference, … Continue reading Thoughts – Wii U, E3, Community Reaction
Reggie just has a natural draw, a man amoung men, able to kick arses and impregnate women with just a suggestive look. Reggie was aware of us assembling as he lifted his right arm up the crowd surged over the gather to the right of him. Reggie lowered his arms and turned to face us, "welcome to E3," he said,
We revisit the suspenseful, exciting past quarter of the gaming industry, as witnessed by U.S. President Barack Obama. Obama and his advisory team closely monitoring the PSN outage. Tension is at an all-time high. E3 2011: Obama and staff watching Microsoft's press conference. Yes, Hillary, those were hardcore games for Kinect. E3 2011: Cheers and … Continue reading Presidential Midsummer Recap