It is the morning after. The morning after a seemly dismal Nintendo E3 performance. You would think that Nintendo’s showcase from their Digital Event was worse than that of their press conference in 2008. You would think that Nintendo showed nothing new, nothing exciting, nothing cute, nothing worth playing, but that is simply not true.
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In the past few weeks I have finished the brunt of what Samurai Warriors Chronicles has to offer. After traveling through the strife and turmoil of Japan’s Warring States period with my created character named Makio, I finally reached the credits. All the while I was switching sides, fighting against former leaders and becoming allies with every officer that I came across. I began to assume that Makio was nothing more than a human representation of the fighting spirit among the many different leaders of Japan at that time period. Despite the fact that many of the playable characters had the same goal; it was my warrior spirit Makio was the one thing that bonded Japan together in the end.
With all the E3 announcements and 3DS update, Adam and I had quite a bit to discuss. I had a lot of fun recording with Adam this week. Hopefully you will enjoy it as well. Click HERE to download the show and thanks for listening. Also, If you get a opportunity we would appreciate a review. No pressure.
This is my long over due follow up to a post I did a while ago called The Wii is Dead.
Just as all hope is lost the Nintendo Wii holds on for dear life. Armed with nothing but the Master Sword can the Wii hold off enemy forces long enough for reinforcements to arrive?
I would first like to examine the steps that Nintendo of America has taken to keep the Wii alive. We all know of the last great beacon on the hill. The Legend of Zelda the Skyward Sword is the last great game that we know we’ll be getting.
I figured that I would start with my most played title (so far) on the 3DS, second only to Pokemon Black. I wouldn’t say that I am a Samurai Warriors fan; I have however, purchased the last two titles.
I bought Samurai Warriors 3 for the Wii . It was my very first Warriors game and so I was relativity unfamiliar with the characters, how they played, and with the basic game structure. I was also unfamiliar with the supposed repetition of the combat and the series as a whole. I ended up enjoying the game but due to numerous reasons didn’t play it that much.