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Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

A remake of the second Fire Emblem game ever released, Fire Emblem: Gaiden, a 1992 Famicon title never available outside Japan through any legal means, … 800 more words

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Video Game Review: Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen (DS)

A while back, in the Nintendo Power Retrospectives, I covered Dragon Quest IV for the NES. Prior to that, I had picked up the DS version of the game and had been playing it off and on. 307 more words

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Tom Brady using Madden curse for TB12 advertising

For as smart as Tom Brady is on the football field, he may be even more intelligent when it comes to leveraging his brand off the field. 225 more words

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Omar Cornut Recalled Working On Retro Atari Classics For DS

Retro Atari Classics was a game released on the Nintendo DS in 2005. At the time, the handheld was not even a year old and developers were still getting used to its capabilities. 148 more words

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This model's first date checklist is long enough to eliminate nearly every man alive

It’s okay to have standards, and it’s even okay to have a few ground rules for dating someone. But the line needs to be drawn somewhere, and apparently this model didn’t get the memo. 391 more words

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Finale!

Well, it’s been awhile, hasn’t it? Believe it or not, and despite all things Mass Effect: Andromeda, I have been slooooowly winding my way through the final chapter of… 1,083 more words

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As I recently made known over on Virtual Bastion, my time with the famed Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney came to a thrilling close. In my wrap-up post on the game, I offer up some final thoughts on what it was like to tackle not only this game but my first visual novel game. No objections here; Ace Attorney was one hell of a crazy fun ride!

Kimishima Explains Reasoning Behind Their Console Re-Designs, How He Wants To Take Same Approach With Other Hardware

In an announcement that admittedly not many of us expected earlier this week with the reveal of the New Nintendo 2DS XL, Nintendo’s President, Tatsumi Kimishima, has explained the reasoning as to why Nintendo often re-designs their hardware. 348 more words

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