Happy Tuesday, everyone! Some new releases hit stores today, including a very eagerly awaited Red Steel 2. The sequel uses the new Wii Motion Plus and it looks to be the sword-fighting gun-slinging action title we were hoping for back in 2006. This got me thinking about all the promising peripherals, past and present (and even the future), brought to us from Nintendo and their support, or lack thereof. From the NES Zapper to the Wii Balance Board, a lot of plastic has built up in my house over the years, but how much of it was put to its best use?
An undead uprising throws a kingdom into chaos; three unwitting heroes are the only hope to defeat the evil plague and restore the king to his throne; their souls trapped together, they must find a way to work together, and find the three artifacts that can save them from their plight, and it’s on sale?
Hello out there internet. Hamsterman2049 here. I know, we’ve never met, so before I launch right into it, I thought I’d give you an idea of what you’re in for. I started my gaming life in the late 1980s, with the Nintendo Entertainment System. The first three games I ever played were Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy. I currently enjoy playing games on all the current generation consoles as well as the Nintendo DS. Film and video are my other biggest passion with zombies being a commonly recurring theme on my shelf. I love all genres of games and even like to sit down with a bad one every once in a while. Sort of like a bad movie, sometimes a bad game is just as fun. Now that you know a bit more about me, I’ll let you in on a little secret.
I love Pokemon.
Have you ever wanted to live the Platinum Life? If hang around on Facebook for long enough, you've probably gotten caught up in playing one of those in-browser games like Mafia Wars, Farmville, or all that other stuff. For me, playing
In this excerpt from Episode 188 of the ElectricSistaHood podcast, NinjaSistah and Pandalicious debate the pros and cons of using internet forums and gaming guides to help defeat video games. Is it cheating or just necessary research?
Finally, the love child of Smilin' Stan Lee and Bones studio, has its own trailer! Heroman is a boy-meets-robot story, dressed up in red, white, and blue. Literally, our robot hero has a stars and stripes design, and his human buddy
In this excerpt from Episode 187 of the ElectricSistaHood podcast, NinjaSistah fills in Pandalicious on the controversy surrounding the lock-in of Infinity Ward's employees at Activision -- and what it means for the future of the Modern Warfare game franchise.