Just figured out who the Origami Killer is. Huge penny drop moment!
Date archives for August, 2010
The Wii has a huge audience, from little children to pregnant women, and so it's only fair that each gamer gets a game individually tailored to them. Kaasa is already working on Physiofun, a physiotherapy game for WiiWare that uses the Balance Board, but a PEGI rating has outed something rather more... specialised.
Very confused when PlayStation Move is actually out in Europe - official Sony sites say Sept. 15th, every retailer says Sept. 17th!
Showdown at the Wii Shop Channel CorralFans of the Wild West may look enviously upon the titles released on HD consoles in the past year, notably Red Dead Redemption and Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, and wish for their own rootin' tootin' adventure to match. Well, they'll be waiting a long time yet, but here comes a more sedate cowboy adventure in the form of The Westerner, coming to WiiWare on Monday.
1,000 plumbing items all under one roofMario's face has been on more merchandise than you can imagine, making it hard – not to mention expensive – for dedicated fans to track down those must-have pieces. That makes the achievement of 11-year old Oscar Bown from the UK all the more incredible, as he's amassed a Mario collection containing over 1,000 unique items.
Oh, and if it sways you to read @movemodo, I'll be writing there a lot. (That ought to do it)
Today is the last day of the rest of my life. The real fun kicks off tomorrow!
Elastic on WiiWare; Piano, Notebooks and Cosmos on DSiWareAfter a short delay the Nintendo Download is available, and sadly brings with it no surprises, meaning August ends with more of a whimper than a bang.