Greenyz (Francis Basco) and BigGumby (Dustin Grissom) have both had their 3DS’ since launch (Greenyz went to the midnight launch!). Although some people may not be as impulsive as we were when buying the next generation Nintendo handheld, there are some people out there that may still be questioning whether now is the time to buy a 3DS, or if there even is a time at all. With this feature, Greenyz and I (BigGumby) are hoping that we can put your worries to rest, and help you with your lingering question: Should I “drop in” or “drop out” of getting a 3DS? To do this, we are going to run through all of the key features with the system, including the user-interface, the hardware, the built-in software, it’s online offerings, StreetPass and SpotPass, the eShop, and, of course, the 3D effect. So, let’s get started!
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Coming off their hot streak with the Metroid Prime series, Retro Studios tries their hand at rebooting another famous Nintendo mascot: Donkey Kong. While not adding much to the formula, Retro Studios keeps what made the original Donkey Kong Country games great, while simultaneously building upon it and perfecting it. What the game lacks in innovation, it makes up for in sheer fun, brutal difficulty (in the most positive ways, of course), and beautiful scenery, resulting in a game that bests its beloved counterparts.
Review by Dustin Grissom
Here at Battery Acid, we value our community (join now, click HERE) and their opinions! So, instead of an elaborate feature about Battery Acid’s staff’s games of the year, we have decided to turn to the community and get their best games of 2010. (more…)
Swords and Soldiers, the simplified RTS game originally released on WiiWare more than a year ago, has made its way onto the Playstation Network. While losing the Wii’s motion controls (the Move is not supported), the Playstation version adds a variety of new features, including updated graphics, a strong competitive multiplayer component, and addictive leader boards. Is it a fair trade off? (more…)
Interview with CEO of Gaijin Games; discusses Bit.Trip Fate, Gaijin Games’ future after Bit.Trip, and more!
I recently got the opportunity to interview the CEO of Gaijin Games, Alex Neuse. Gaijin Games is the studio responsible for the popular Bit.Trip series on WiiWare, and the upcoming “Bit.Trip Fate”. We get into many subjects, including the Bit.Trip series making its way onto other platforms, Bit.Trip Fate, the final Bit.Trip game, Gaijin Game’s next game after the Bit.Trip Series, and more!