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Wii U Gains Rayman Legends As An Exclusive Title

Wii U Gains Rayman Legends As An Exclusive Title Whenever a new console is released, its success depends in part upon its exclusive titles. After all, if all consoles carried the same games, what’s going to keep your potential customers from buying another system that may be cheaper and/or more powerful? It’s those exclusive titles that entice...
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Rayman Legends Says Hello To A Barbarian

Rayman Legends Says Hello To A Barbarian If you happened to catch the Ubisoft press briefing for E3 last June, you probably know that Rayman Legends is going to be available on the WiiU. If you did see it, you know that it’s going to have co-op for up to five people. However, we don’t really know who all you can play aside from the...
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Tabletop vs Video Games: Choose Your Side

Tabletop vs Video Games: Choose Your Side My biography page does well to describe my start in gaming, and if you haven’t read it go ahead and take a second to do so. I started playing video games way back when I was a youngster, with my mother buying me an Atari 2600. I would pop in Pitfall and fail miserably at it for hours upon hours per week....
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Namco Bandai On The Fence About Putting Tekken Characters Into Next Smash Bros. Game

Namco Bandai On The Fence About Putting Tekken Characters Into Next Smash Bros. Game Nintendo has decided to let Namco Bandai take the helm with making the next Super Smash Bros. game. When we first heard this jaws dropped and skepticism filled the room. With this company on board we didn’t have any clue what to expect with the next title in a huge fan-favored series. Namco was happy with...
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Nintendo Won’t Promise That Its Online Service Will Remain Free

Nintendo Won’t Promise That Its Online Service Will Remain Free While the Nintendo Network isn’t exactly as big as the PSN or Xbox Live, the one thing that people are grateful for is the fact that it’s free. No subscription is needed to access online multiplayer, or to access other premium online features. However, you might not want to just take that all...
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Nintendo Promises To Avoid Overpricing The Wii U Like The 3DS

Nintendo Promises To Avoid Overpricing The Wii U Like The 3DS While there were a lot of reasons people weren’t happy with Nintendo’s E3 press briefing, there was one major thought that struck me when it ended. They never announced a price for the Wii U. The console is supposed to be launching for the holiday season, and there’s still no announced...
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When Did Gaming Become A Coin Grab?

When Did Gaming Become A Coin Grab? I’ve been looking through some articles lately and checking up on the news and some of the things I’m seeing are bringing up a discussion I’ve wanted to talk about for a while now. With new games releasing and sporting tons of DLC just months after they’re launch, special characters being released...
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Super Smash Bros. Making A Return, Namco Bandai Behind The Wheel

Super Smash Bros. Making A Return, Namco Bandai Behind The Wheel Nintendo hosted a live stream of their Nintendo Direct press conference not long ago during which they succeeded in blowing viewers away. At this conference the company made the announcement that a new Super Smash Bros. was in the works, and Namco Bandai would be behind the whole thing. Masahiro Skaurai,...
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