This is a perfect throw. I suck at Halo 3. But this guy is either the best or just lucky.
Saturday, October 6, 2007
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
Assist Trophies are trophies that come to the aid of the player that called them out.
But these may not always be solid objects...
Th-they’re pixel art!
And there are tons of pixels racing around!
I think that in Smash, though, appearances are rarely what they seem.
Just because they’re flat doesn’t mean you can
take them lightly.
By the way, there’s also an Assist Trophy for this guy.
Lakitu and Spinies! He just tosses ‘em down,
one after the other.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Kotakuite and avid YouTube comment reader Hunter, found this little juicy tidbit within the comments on Solid Snake voice actor David Hayter's YouTube page. A few months back, Hayter put together a rather funny video to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Metal Gear Solid and posted it on YouTube.continue reading
What with TGS and a week in Tokyo, this one seemed to slip by me, but hearing it now is very exciting. According to 1Up, Tecmo has hired Grasshopper Manufacture to work on the next Fatal Frame game which will apparently be made for the Wii. Once Grasshopper is done with No More Heroes, they will start full steam on the as yet untitled Fatal Frame.
Releases this week:
The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass (Nintendo DS)
- This is a great game and recieved a 9.0/ 10 review check it out here.
Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (Computer)
Project Gotham Racing 4 (Xbox 360)
- the fourth in the series
NBA LIVE 08 (Xbox 360)(Wii)(PS2)(PS3)(PSP)
- the latest probably mediocre NBA game from EA
NBA 2K8 (Xbox 360)(PS3)(PS2)
Spider man Friend or Foe, Crash of the Titans, MLB power Pros,
Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow (PSP)
-a popular game on PSP
Hour of Victory, FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage, The Chosen-Well of Souls.
Look at this, the PSP is on top!!! The first time ever. Possible Reasons are below.
- PSP: 277,794 182,307 (190.92%)
- DS Lite: 70,523 9,451 (11.82%)
- Wii: 24,992 1,189 (4.54%)
- PS2: 11,373 1,755 (13.37%)
- PS3: 10,732 2,369 (18.08%)
- Xbox 360: 1,687 444 (35.72%)
- Game Boy Micro: 243 471 (65.97%)
- GBA SP: 106 16 (13.11%)
- Gamecube: 68 29 (29.90%)
- GBA: 33 33 (N/A)
- DS Phat: 15 -- 0 (0.00%)
Reasons: The new PSP was released this week as well as a new Final Fantasy for the PSP, Japanese people love Final Fantasy. Almost everyone in Japan already has a DS, and Wii. Nintendo said that they are redirecting Wii's from Japan to North America. If the sales don't tone down for the PSP by next week, then we could be looking at a new leader among consoles.
Saturday, September 29, 2007
What is Tourney mode?!
This is a mode that determines which player stands victorious on the summit after winning many battles against many foes!
I won’t go into much detail, so just try it out for yourself. Take advantage of its robust tourney-generating functions!
Of course, if you don’t have a large number of friends, you may not have much need for a tourney.
Still, we’re working seriously to make this mode fun for even those people.
Actually, you can also play this by yourself against computer opponents, so try it out if you’re so inclined.
It’s the Pokémon Trainer’s Final Smash: Triple Finish! It combines the powers of Squirtle, Ivysaur, and Charizard!
Any one of them can get the Smash Ball.
Go! Triple Finish!
It’s super effective!
...So, what is with that text window below?
Squirtle = Hydro Pump
Ivysaur = SolarBeam
Charizard = Fire Blast
These are the moves they use. Isn’t it a beautiful combination? A Fire-type attack, a Water-type attack, and a Grass-type attack? (Not really.)
If an opposing Pokémon gets the Smash Ball, at the very least take care to not be standing immediately beside it.
When you’re particularly close, it hurts. FLEE!