Reetin plays some Chrono Trigger and slowly makes progress (and regress) while Adeki continues with some more Wario Land: Shake It!
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.
Adeki embarks on an adventure full of Nintendo characters like Mario and Link as he watches Nintendo hit peaks and valleys with their previous consoles. Does the Switch have a chance of being as cool as the SNES? No, but still read this editorial.
Adeki blows off a comically large pile of dust that was previously covering his Wii and decides that it has spent too much time sitting around and it needs to get a job. Will Adeki be able to get his Wii re-employed in a post-okra economy? Read on!
For good or ill, Nintendo’s presence in the video game industry is vital for its survival. For all the mistakes the company has made throughout the years, they still represent a much needed core of how the industry progresses.
Lusipurr, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB welcome renowned Minster of EA Fineness Chris ‘Sabin’ Privitere to rule upon the latest corporate double-speak put forth by the embattled software giant. Meanwhile, Microsoft solemnly swears that it is up to no good.
In a landmark episode, Nate ‘Bup’ Liles returns to keep everyone aware of just why he is not here more often. Despite operating with a horny level that is off the chart, the panel manages to discuss Chrono Trigger, Wii U development, and Lady Gaga news.
After a surprisingly reasonable claim from Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata, Deimosion takes a look at backwards compatibility in video games and why he views it as important.
This week, Deimosion remembers that he owns a Wii and that, occasionally, there are games released for the system that are worth playing. Is Super Mario Galaxy 2 one of those games? Read this review and find out, readers! Spoilers: it totally is.
This week, Deimosion and Blitzmage report the news by themselves with disastrous consequences for all concerned. Lusipurr halts the constant inclination toward off-topic discussion, but soon every sentence ends with ‘banana’. Also, hats are advocated.