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News Roundup - 1/26/2012

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New details for Kid Icarus Uprising

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It's been a long 25 years for fans of Nintendo's heroic little greek dude, but Kid Icarus Uprising is finally on the horizon, and Nintendo has some new details on the story and single player. As you might have guesses, Medusa is back with an army of underworld denizens and it's up to Pit and the goddess Palutena to send them back. The game has a dynamic difficulty slider you can adjust between levels, just in case you feel the default setting is too easy. The method of doing so is interesting--you must bet the heart points you collect in the game, and if you die during a chapter, the game takes those hearts and busts you down a difficulty level.

Uprising will also come with a stand for the 3DS, maybe for maintaining the perfect viewing angle? I'm not too clear on why you'd need a stand for a portable system. Uprising is also compatible with the Circle Pad Pro, the chunky add-on peripheral that gives the 3DS an extra analog pad and shoulder buttons. Time to start placing bets on when Nintendo announces a sleeker, better revision of the 3DS that includes the circle pad pro's features...
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News Roundup - 1/20/2012

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Weekend News Roundup - 1/17/2012: +1 Edition

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The Wii Virtual Console GOTY: Deathbed Edition (Video)

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2011 was not a good year for the Wii's Virtual Console. The once-strong service was reduced to a shell of its former self, only offering up an appallingly low seventeen games in 52 weeks. It doesn't take a math expert to figure out that Nintendo only delivered games 37% of the time, an embarrassing number when compared to the last few years.

Worse yet, Wii owners haven't seen a new Virtual Console release since August! With no additions in sight, the Nintendo's download service could conceivably die having The Ignition Factor as its final release. Now that's a scary thought!

Even with the low number of releases and lack of enthusiasm, I thought it would be nice to come up with a list of the top seventeen Wii Virtual Console games released in 2011. The result is a ten minute long video that somehow features Final Fantasy III, Super Bonk, Faxanadu and Ghosts 'N Goblins. Find out who takes the Game of the Year award when you watch Wii Virtual Console G.O.T.Y.: Deathbed Edition!


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News Roundup - 1/5/2012

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The Angry Birds finally have something to be happy about

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There's no way to tell who really had a merry Christmas this year and who didn't; however, I do know someone that did: Roxio, the developers of casual mega-hit, Angry Birds.  6.5 million people downloaded Angry Birds on December 25.  Apparently almost everyone in THE ENTIRE ******* WORLD that got a smartphone for Christmas (there were 6.8 million smartphone activations that day as well) downloaded Angry Birds (and I admit that I was one of those people, albeit for an iPod Touch rather than a smartphone).  Can any game claim such an adoption rate?  Granted, Angry Birds is cheap, or even free, and easy to obtain, but still, that's pretty impressive.
 
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