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. … Continue reading Wii U Wii Mode Audio-Video Mishaps
Here's here to help.
Gameplay advice, on your GamePad.
The Wii Remote & Nunchuk was last generation's innovation in violence - still strong today, still better than the competition. This was the method of controlling the last true console Resident Evil experience the world would know: The Umbrella Chronicles. For the previous console cycle, there's a seldom-stated lesson Capcom briefly learned (see RE4:Wii) then … Continue reading Hey U – Give Me Real Controls
Hope to see U there.
People will call me a hippy when I say this but I’ve always felt a resonance with Nintendo consoles. They speak to me through channels I can’t describe. This isn’t some delusional fanboy shit - this is real hippy waves of energy that you just gotta feel, man. When Project Dolphin was announced I was … Continue reading Nintendo E3 2011 Press Conference Premonition
Managed to get my hands on tomorrow's newspaper before it went to print. Interesting front page headline! I've had to reduce the size here to fit it in our site's narrow table but you can click the thumbnail to enlarge it if you can't read it clearly!
Just a real quick update to say that I heard that Nintendo's new plumbing simulator, tentatively titled WiiHD, will have 17 cores in it's gigaflops. The same noise making device that told me that also mentioned it would get a new Mario Kart game.
In a "Move" that highlighted their innovative and interactive approach to gaming, Sony mysteriously dropped two tons of bananas in the city of Sydney on Thursday. It was done to promote their brand new Move motion controller in a stroke of marketing genius. Sony reps were around the whole day giving away bananas, encouraging people … Continue reading Move over, Nintendo