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Does playing video games constitute a workout?

The benefits of a variety of physical and social activities such as gardening, resistance training and walking have already been examined for older nursing home residents. 180 more words

Fitness News

LANDMURSTER!

What better way to start off the day than with Super Smash Bros. Brawl?

…Pokemon Battle Revolution…

The first time I was in a real online Pokemon match, only because I revised my team a little to NOT have legendaries in it. 184 more words

Wi-Fi

The Day that Started it All

April 20th, 2014. Sunday. Easter,this blog’s beginning, but most important of all, today marks the 30 day countdown until the Nintendo Wii’s Wi-Fi shutdown. I know it doesn’t seem like anything important, but listen to all of my online multiplayer misadventures from April 20th all the way to May 20th. 52 more words

Wi-Fi

Xenoblade Chronicles Review

Xenoblade Chronicles does not simply stand out among other JRPGs, it ventures into new areas and clears the path for new possibilities

Once upon a time, the world was nothing but a big blue ball of water. 2,662 more words

Nintendo

Review: The Monkey King The Legend Begins (Wii)

I’ve learned that while reviewing a game you should mainly focus on wither the game is fun or not and not just what’s bad about the game, I’ve ran into a problem with that style while writing the review for The Monkey King The Legend Begins. 294 more words

Games

I used to be a gamer but then I took an arrow to the wallet - Budget gaming

Gaming has never been a cheap hobby, it’s always been pretty costly as far as I can remember. As a kid this was a problem, but I’ve always seemed to do alright for myself and this was due to shopping around a lot and focusing on what are good video-games and not what is the latest thing. 827 more words

Gaming

Greed or need?

I am going to just get to the point. It has been my experience that all companies are simply greedy for gain. Worse still is that the bigger a company gets, the greedier it gets. 1,038 more words