Tag Archives: video games

The NES that never was…
A look at the “Home Computer” Nintendo ALMOST released in North America

In the summer of 1983, the original Famicom was unleashed on the Japanese market – a small, affordable home computer system with just three launch titles: Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong 2, and Popeye – each nearly dead ringers for their

Video Game references for An Energy Drink?

This is a very awesomely done traditional/sprite animation done by a team of awesome artists. The art was done by PersonaSama A.K.A. Jonathan Kim who did the traditional hand drawn art, and Paul Robertson for the sprite animation. This is

What are you playing this weekend?

Another long week is coming to an end and you know what that means…games! Take a look at Derek’s top five Wiiware titles and download a few. What are you playing this weekend?

Today’s senior citizens are the true hard core gamers

So you think you’re a hard core gamer? Think again, sport. Gramps has you beat and them some: Younger generations tend to dominate the gaming world; however, older respondents who do play games are more avid players. Older gamers, particularly

Wii Music: Toy, Instrument, or Musical Tool?

“We have this firm belief that the more you chew, the more flavor you get.” Nintendo Representative JC Rodrigo told me at Nintendo’s Fall Media event in early October, “There’s a lot of different levels and depth to a game.

Video game censorship pollutes Boston

Ugh. More of this crap, but now it’s hitting closer to home (as least for David and me). Boston Mayor Thomas Menino is backing HB1423, a Massachusetts bill sponsored by Rep. Linda Dorcena Forry, according to GamePolitics.com. The Massachusetts legislature