There are a couple of features that have not quite yet been added to Nintendo’s latest handheld console. The most hotly anticipated has to be the Nintendo eShop. Let’s face the facts, the Virtual Console and WiiWare could have gone better. What can Nintendo do to make sure that they don’t repeat the same mistakes made with their other downloadable services?
In this week's episode of the ESH Podcast, the ladies from the Land of ESH are joined by DeadPixelLive, Derrick H. to talk video games, movies, industry woes and more.
There has been a lot of discussion around the hardware of the Nintendo 3DS, but what of the software? While we might not have titles like Ocarina of Time 3D and Kid Icarus: Uprising on the system just yet, there are still a few gems out there. One you may be aware of, that I just happened to get with my 3DS, is Steel Diver. An odd title to be first-party, there are plenty of things to like about this submarine-simulation-action title.
This week we have a bunch of really great looking games hitting store shelves and the sistah's cover a bunch of them in this week's episode of the podcast. All big-name titles this week the ladies of the land of ESH are focused on the Mortal Kombat, Portal 2, Michael Jackson: The Experience (Kinect version) and more.
Time for a new podcast episode, and once again, we are nearly all anime in this one. Starting with NinJaSistah's recap and recommendations on the FUNimation release of Corpse Princess (Shikibane Hime)
Two weeks ago, I finally got my hands on Nintendo’s latest handheld the 3DS. While I had the chance to talk a couple of weeks ago about the hardware itself, I hadn’t had much time to play the games I purchased with the system. Pilotwings Resort and Steel Diver were my games of choice and so far I’ve been very happy with them. Little did I know however, that I already have far more than two games. The system comes with a host of free games built right into the hardware and that’s what I’m here to talk about this week.
Have no fear: a new episode of the ESH podcast is here! (Finally)
One title I only passed by during my time at PAX East this year was Rockstar Games L.A. Noire. Are murder mysteries not my thing? Of course they are. I spent more time in the 80's watching TV shows like Murder She Wrote, Columbo, and Perry Mason than I probably should admit. Did I bear some kind of grudge against Rockstar Games? Hardly. Rockstar publishes a few of my favorite titles, with Grand Theft Auto IV ranking pretty high up on my "favorite games of all times" list. So then, what could my reason be?
The line was always too damn long.