Do you love video games? Do you own every version of your favorite game, and can not get enough? Perhaps some lovely merchandise will help to fill the void that surely exists in your life. Let us explore this vital topic this week, and say goodbye.
Portable video game systems and casual mobile software has all but killed off what was once a popular toy category: the handheld electronic game. We revisit that part of gaming history this week.
There is a disparate group united by adoration of one company and its entire output. I speak of The Nintendonly, the cult of Nintendo apologists.
Star Trek has been watched for 50 years now, and video games based on it have been developed for 46 of those. We explore some of the highlights in this long history of Star Trek video games.
True Americans love the grand old game of baseball, and cherish it. Or, rather, they used to. It really does not matter very much anymore. We just use baseball lingo now, and ignore the boring game. It works for us. Play ball!
Nintendo cannot seem to commit to Virtual Console in North America, and it is still missing from their latest console. How long will Nintendo ignore this potentially outstanding source of revenue?
We live in disturbing times. The era of Cup Noodle. Games are getting worse, and for those who care it is a repulsive thing to behold.
Nintendo has prioritized profitability over quality since joining the North American video game market, and their actions beginning with their earliest coin-operated efforts demonstrate this.
Are you in the market for a new computer, and even fancy a game or two, but need to save money for more tea and cakes? Have no fear, as you are about to learn Sebahamut’s several secrets of successful system searches!
Life will never be the same, but important lessons were learned along the way. One must always keep sweet cream butter on hand. And cakes. Many cakes.