Let me paint for you the scenario that I'm sure you're familiar with. You're running around frantically looking for your next key which opens up the room you need to go into. You have your knife, gun, bullets, ink ribbon and maybe a couple of items that you think you'll need
There's something about having to calculate simple math as quickly as possible that is sure to deliver wrong answer most of the time. Playing Brain Age is notorious for that. You want to be as fast as possible to prove to your Nintendo DS that your 'Brain Age' is younger than your actual age
Quick Man is definitely one of the coolest villains in the Mega Man series, and his stage certainly has a rockin' tune, but one part of his stage we can do without are the one-hit-killed gigantic lasers that appear twice in this stage
The first time we went through this gigantic dungeon in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, it took us longer than any other stage in the game. I think we also threw our controllers in a fit rage twice as much
In the first Metal Gear Solid, there's a scene where you're caught by Sniper Wolf who decided to make you her prey and allows you to live... for now. You then get cold cocked with the handle of a gun and wake up in Ocelot's torture room, or 'interrogation room' as he puts it
Ahh, Animal Crossing. One of the most peaceful, zen-like games of our time. Arrive in a strange town, plant flowers, chase butterflies, collect bugs - all in a day in the life of the peaceful setting of Animal Crossing
Video games might make for a nice diversion after a busy work day, but like anything, they can become an addiction. It’s a slightly more pathetic addiction than selling your body for Pogs, but it’s still an addiction nonetheless.
On Sunday at E3, Nintendo had a lot more details on their anticipated sequel to their Wii system, the Wii U. Nintendo Global President Satoru Iwata says that Wii U will bring people together, uniting them whether they’re in the same room or great distances apart.
‘Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance’ puts gamers back in the shoes of Raiden — the katana-wielding ally of series mainstay Solid Snake — and Depeche Mode play the role of hype men in a new trailer. The veteran synthpop legends offer up the song ‘Wrong’ from their last album, 2009′s ‘Sounds of the Universe,’ for the big unveil. Nothing like a downtrodden, minor key anthem of apathy to provide the soundtrack to the latest installment in such an iconic series of video games.
Because I had them readily available, I decided to see how tall I was in NES games. With the help of my 4 year old daughter, we stacked them as high as we could. I stand at 6 foot 5 inches, but I have around 300 NES games so I was sure I had enough.
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