So, Cho Aniki. It’s basically a shooting game, but replace spaceships with half naked guys. I’ll just take Wikipedia’s description: For various reasons, the popularity of the Cho Aniki games has endured since the series’ debut. Depending on which specific title one looks at, highlights include in-game music, innovative control schemes or sheer kitsch value.… Continue reading Virtual Console Update – Cho Aniki
Wow, this one came out of no where. This week’s Virtual Console update includes one of the most awesome, radical games in the universe, Super Mario RPG. Any one who doesn’t have this game should buy it immediately (or whenever they have some spare time). It is, in my opinion, the best Mario RPG game… Continue reading Virual Console Update – Super Mario RPG, Clu Clu Land
Animal Crossing Town Folk was officially announced today by Nintendo at E3. It will be out by the end of the year. Some other details announced: You can go to town now and do a variety of things. There is a beauty salon, where you can put a Mii mask on your Animal Crossing character.… Continue reading Animal Crossing Wii Announced
It looks weird, so I’m interested and it’s being developed by Skip Ltd., who made Giftpia, this weird Gamecube game that I imported and tried to play even though I know absolutely no Japanese whatsoever. It would have been cool, though, the premise of the game was you overslept for your coming of age ceremony… Continue reading Captain Rainbow
I’m seriously all for 2D gaming making a comeback. These animations seem awesome, I just feel like when it comes to 2D there is a higher level of detail involved in the games. I’ll definitely be picking this one up, I never actually played any of the Wario games (except for one on the Gameboy… Continue reading Wario Land: Shake It!
Before I actually begin this review I think I should make it clear that I really didn’t like Crystal Chronicles. As a fan of the more “traditional” Final Fantasy games, I found Crystal Chronicles to be extremely lacking, just a half-assed attempt to put a “Final Fantasy” title on the Gamecube. So, when I heard… Continue reading Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King Review
WiiWare, the Wii servies offering downloadable games and applications specifically designed and developed for the Wii, launched today. The games vary in price, from just 500 Wii Points to 1500 Wii Points. The six games available are: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King for 1500 Wii Points LostWinds for 1000 Wii Points… Continue reading WiiWare Launches Today
Well, it looks like it could be happening…I never thought it would (Nintendo of America refused to bring over any of the GBA Mother games so I figured it was the end of the series for me), but it looks like Nintendo might be bringing Earthbound stateside via the Virtual Console. The ESRB has recently… Continue reading Earthbound Bound For Virtual Console?
I bought Brawl last night and since then have played the game for just over 10 hours. I’ve mostly played the Subspace Emissary as well as one run through classic mode with Snake and 20 of the single player events. I also played a quick online game with Gmoney and another one with a random… Continue reading Super Smash Bros. Brawl Initial Impressions
I like how he has to keep up with a T.V. drama about a stray cat. I’m totally wanting this game. I also found it interesting that the Final Fantasy XII guy is doing the music for Opoona, too.