Tag Archives: nintendo

Senator Toad Calls For More Exposure For Gaming Party

Amid the race for the White House in 2016, Mushroom Kingdom Senator Kinopio Toad called for more attention to be paid to the Gaming Party in which he and several others are vying for the nomination of.  Although his campaign started months ago, along with

Console Wars: An Interview With Blake J. Harris

Console Wars, written by Blake J. Harris, is one of the most interesting pieces of non-fiction I have ever read.  The book tells the story of Nintendo and Sega and their fight for console supremacy during the 1990s.  However, Harris writes the book as though

E3 Photo Dump, Exciting/Disappointing Moments Of Show

E3 has ended, and what a show it was.  Our friend and agent in the field, John Lusby (seen above), was lucky enough to steal someone’s pass for the final day of the show.  With his company issued smart phone camera, he snapped some great

Nintendo Attempts Good E3, Gives Up Five Minutes In

Nintendo recently held their E3 Digital Event.  With what appeared to be a firm grasp on what fans wanted to see, the video opened with a comical skit employing puppet versions of President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime, President and CEO of Nintendo Satoru

E3 Day 1: Microsoft Blunders, Forgets Kinect Device Exists

  Microsoft made an embarrassing blunder today at it’s E3 press conference when it completely forgot to talk about its plans for its Kinect device, or even mention the accessory at all. Gamers know the Kinect was first announced at 2009’s E3, when Microsoft promised

The Backstreets Of The Mushroom Kingdom: Mario Kart 8 DLC In Review

He staggered around his house, depressed. “A-nother a-day, a-nother a-coin,” he said, despondently.  His day was going to play out like normal.  Shower.  Shit.  A bowl of ‘Shroom Cereal.  Save the Princess.  Drink.  Stare into the void.  Cry.  Black out.  This routine was getting more and

Listen Hear: Animal Crossing

Video games have tons of working parts that go into making them all so amazing.  The story, the characters, the world, the graphics, the controls.  But there is often an element that a lot of people overlook.  An element that truly does bring to life