Tag: nintendo

Recap 12.18.15

his week has a lot of news so let’s get into it. PlayStation It has been revealed that the PlayStation VR is now in it’s final retail stage and will plug into a processing box roughly the size of a Nintendo Wii. This co-processing box will then plug into the PS4 and aid in rendering […]

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Recap 12.4.15 & The Game Awards

Hey everybody! This week\’s Recap is JAM PACKED thanks to the 2015 Game Awards as well as the every day news. Let’s dive in! PlayStation According to new release notes for FMOD Studio, a piece of game development audio middleware, Sony has unlocked a seventh core for developers to utilize similar to what Microsoft did […]

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Recap 11.27.15

Hello! Welcome to Recap, a look back on the week\’s gaming news. First up is something for Dying Light fans. Techland\’s original idea was to sell Dying Light\’s season pass for $19.99 and the first expansion The Following for $14.99 separately. After months of work it became apparant to the team that there was way more content and value jam […]

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Yoshi’s New Island Review

The original Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island is a classic game from the 16bit era that is adored by many gamers worldwide. I still think it’s interesting that it was a sequel to another one of the most beloved games and yet it has spun off into a series all it’s own.  As you […]

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Playing Some of Nintendo’s E3 Offerings

I wasn’t able to go to E3 which is a drag, but I was able to check out some of Nintendo’s heavy hitters displayed at this past E3 thanks to a four day event at the Nintendo World Store. By the time I arrived my position in the queue was an hour out. Since I […]

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New 3DS XL Review

I’ve had my new 3DS XL for about a week now and man am I happy I don’t have to go back. What makes the new 3DS XL “new” compared to the old one? Well you can read my geekier more involved breakdown here but the overall gist is the new system is much snappier […]

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Fantasy Life Review

I recently passed the twenty-four hour mark a couple days after it released on October 24. I never expected to write that because this game was off my radar. That’s not to say I didn’t hear of it before because I’m pretty sure I have, it’s just that it got lost somewhere among the Fall […]

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Shovel Knight Review

Shovel Knight is one of my favorite games of 2014 so far. It’s a game that manages to nod to all the games I grew up with in the NES era, add some modern game design elements, and somehow feel both fresh and retro. If you were to go by aesthetics and the chiptune audio […]

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