Archive for October, 2013

Last-Gen Heroes: Wii Sports is one of the Greatest Games Ever Made

I am not trolling you. Seriously. My, my, motion control. Look how far you’ve fallen. It seems like only yesterday The Wii was announced, and with it a promise to change the way we play games forever. “Motion Control” was the new buzzword, touted around as …

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Bungie’s ‘Destiny’ PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One graphics disparity discussed (Photos)

Eric Osborne has provided some new comments regarding the graphics disparity between the current-generation and next-generation iterations of the upcoming cross-generation video game, “Destiny.” In an interview with Eurogamer on Oct. 28, the senior …

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Online auctions show more early demand for PS4 over Xbox One

Sony’s slight advantage in eBay markups was consistent across the distribution of eBay prices paid, both in dollar and percentage terms. The maximum auction price paid for both systems was $600 above the retail price, amounting to a 250 …

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Why Nintendo Had to Kill the Wii [UPDATE: Wii Not Quite Dead!]

But the Famicom (NES, in the West) was followed by the Super Nintendo. And the SNES was a smash hit. The Wii, however, is succeeded by the Wii U. The Wii U is not a smash hit. Nintendo just released its financial earnings for the past six months (April to …

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Flight Attendants Will Soon Stop Asking You To Turn Off Your Game Boy

It’s official: by the end of 2013, flight attendants will stop asking you to turn off your Game Boy during the first and last few minutes of plane rides. If you haven’t used a Game Boy since 2003, that’s okay too. All electronics will soon be allowed …

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