Op-Ed: Wii Gonna Switch It Up On U

By guest writer Halacy Kurenski Two generations ago, Nintendo lost me. The Wii had a new and innovative idea but it didn’t have the robust, exclusive and mature titles I wanted. They lost me and similar gamers who stuck with Nintendo. Since the Wii, Nintendo seems to be embracing the family-friendly market but I rarely […]

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Monthly Round-Up

-Fail to the King Baby – The long awaited, 13 years in development, game Duke Nukem was released on June 14th to a plethora of low reviews. Gamers said it was too mature, crude, and it contradicted itself as it parodied modern shooters but followed their patterns – such as regenerative health and carrying only […]

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The Wii U: Serious About Gaming

This year at E3, Nintendo officially announced their upcoming 2012 console, the Wii U. Knowing they don’t have to play catch up while still trying to push the innovative limit, their selling point for the console is the tablet-controller. It can transfer a game that is currently in play to the touch screen on the […]

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