Nintendo needs to bring these to North America so I can throw more money at them and obtain one.
I read today that GameFreak is considering remaking Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. This alone was enough to make my day, but then I read that they might put it on the 3DS. My first Pokemon games in 3D… *Nostalgia overload*
I would love to see remakes of these games with a better distribution of Pokemon so training isn’t so tedious compared to the other games in the series.
So, I know I never post here anymore (but I do actually read my dashboard quite a bit, still)… Anyway, I got a 3DS and would be delighted to have some 3DS friends! Here’s my code: 1032-2014-1376
Leave a comment with your code if you add me. Thanks!
I’ve been keeping up with reading posts on here, but not really doing much of my own. Still, let me take this moment to mock Starbucks’ new and grammatically puzzling Christmas slogan.
Katamari Amore Coming to iOS September 29th
I’m personally just stoked on the Pac-Man level. There’s 24 missions in all, multiple control methods, and planned DLC for the future. There’ll be even be a free Lite version, or you can score the whole game on your iPhone or iPad for just $3.99.
And did I mention there’s a freaking Pac-Man stage!?
… I hate that I want an iphone.
Android version, please? Yeah, probably not.
Perhaps not the most comprehensive compilation of gaming projects on Instructables, but it was featured today, so I thought I’d pass the link along.
If Pikmin was done from the first-person perspective, it might be reclassified as survival horror.
September 9 - On this day in geek history in 1999, Sega released the Sega Dreamcast.
Although the system was viewed as a commercial failure, the Dreamcast has since gained a cult following.
I never had one, but I had some friends with Dreamcasts.
Whoa, remember the Wii’s Nintendo Channel? How, like, you could load up DS demos to stream to your system via Download Play? Well, while we were all busy forgetting about it (and I don’t mean this in a “hurr dust off your Wii” way, only that the Nintendo Channel demo service got into a rut for a really long time), Nintendo has posted a demo of Kirby: Mass Attack.
This is definitely the kind of game that benefits from a demo; after all, you might like Kirby games, but that’s no guarantee you’re going to like a side-scrolling action-strategy game thing.
Definitely checking this out today!