Archive for April, 2011

Cal Poly students working to help disabled play sports games - msnbc.com

It’s meant to help people with disabilities stay active, a special project designed by Cal Poly students. They’re calling it the “Wii-B-Fit.” A group of five engineering students modified the Nintendo Wii system, so now those who are disabled can play Wii …

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Tony Hawk’s American Sk8land Unlockables (DS) - Softpedia

Tony Hawk’s American Sk8land is a video game developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Activision on November 15, 2005, in North America, only for the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance portable platforms, as part of the company’s long-running Tony …

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Gaming update: Hulu Xbox confirmed, Redbox expanding video game rental service, and more [video] - IT World

April 29, 2011, 8:34 AM — Is it just me, or has this work week been going on forever? TGIF and all that. To ease into the weekend I just wanted to share a few quick news morsels with my fellow gamers. Next up, gaming blog Siliconera claims that mobile …

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Nintendo says successor to Wii coming in 2012 - Yahoo Finance

NEW YORK (AP) — The successor to Nintendo’s hit Wii console will arrive next year. In disclosing its plans Monday, Nintendo Co. didn’t say what the new system will do. The Japanese company plans to show a playable model of the new console at the …

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Born on the Super NES - Associated Content

Branching out into actions, RPGs, all kinds of different choices. I also had a Gamecube with the usual nonsense of games. Of course, I dragged a portable with me through most of my life. I had the original Gameboy and a smattering of games, including Mario …

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