A couple of weeks ago I purchased one of the Target exclusive Nintendo eCard’s that comes with an AR card to allow you to interact with the Photo’s With Mario 3DS app. I encourage anyone to pick these up if they collect official Nintendo merchandise, plan on giving these items as gifts, etc.
Anyhow, I’ve been trying to figure out what to best spend the points on, and it hit me this afternoon that I had been waiting tfor just an excuse like this to pick up Pushmo! I’m not a HUGE puzzle fan, but I do like to take the plunge on occasion (Tetris, Professor Layton, etc.) and seeing as how the game was developed by Intelligent Systems, I should actually be kicking myself that I haven’t downloaded it already. As anyone that’s followed the blog for any length of time should know, Intelligent Systems is one of my favorite game developers of all-time and that I collect as many of their games as I can get my hands on.
Pushmo is no exception, so if time is on my side this evening, I’ll go ahead and get this downloaded, and get to playing.
[Edit: A reminder to myself to further check out the eShop’s Scram Kitty as well. Love the way the game looks and sounds in previews!]
Great Fox appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
"Pic of the day. Here’s the Great Fox from Star Fox: Assault. I wonder what missions it will conduct. It’ll probably have fighters running around on top of it without the pilot’s consent.” said Masahiro Sakurai
SSB4 Roster pixelart with pretty much every confirmation so far.
In the style of my webcomic found @ www.neorice.com
Well, I think I managed to get my pre-order for the Limited Edition in! Amazon had sold-out by mid-day today if I understand reports right. Whether it will truly be a “limited edition” now, or not, I do not know but I am getting awfully excited about the game, and in the end it is the game that matters most.
I had mistakenly thought Beta access was exclusive to the PS4 and XBox One, but it appears I’ll be able to give it a go on the PS3…as soon as I receive the Beta Code via e-mail, which could be a few days it seems. Ah well, patience is a virtue. Good luck to those trying to hunt their preferred edition down, as well as access the Beta.
It’s been fun getting into this already.
Sold. Sold. Sold. Sold. Sold!
Reference my favorite comics character, and grant similar shield abilities, in one of my favorite series’ and if I wasn’t sold already I DEFINITELY am now.
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror / Hoshi no Kirby: Kagami no Daimeikyu
Developer: HAL Laboratory, Inc., Flagship, Dimps Corporation
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Purchased Drakengard 3!
I’m just too dang intrigued by the reviews (some raving, some bemoaning) NOT to experience this one for myself.
After all of the research I’ve put into the different angles taken by the reviewers, I’ve been most impressed with those that were familiar with the series, and the game play quarks of the producer Takamata Shiba. While they did have criticisms, they seemed to highly recommend the final product, particularly after obtaining all of the endings, and fleshing out the story. IT appears it’s a trip through hades to get there, but supposedly well worth it.
I aim to at least try to find out, and with the leveling up and weapon systems spurring me on I’m thinking this is going to be a lot of fun. Here’s hoping!
If nothing else, Zero! And that music!