The Short Battery Life Edition This week, we get our hands on the 3DS. We build it up, tear it down and let you know how we really feel about the first major hardware release in over four years. Sure, we talk about other things too. iPhone pick of the week: Lane Splitter Wanna help Japan […]Read more "The MaldenCast 522"
The Ski Patrol Edition This week the gang carves their way through the powdery slopes of video game land. Ian shreds the double black diamond of text adventures, on his way toward the 3DS launch. Chad emerges from the lodge with a hot toddy and tales of faulty motorcycles. Mike negotiates the moguls of Dragon […]Read more "The MaldenCast 521"
In the wake of the 3DS press conference (February 26 2011/$299 in Japan), Capcom let slip news of a new installment in the Mega Man Legends series. If you played the previous games, you know they were serviceable Zelda clones. Not the tight platforming and twitch gameplay you expect from a Mega Man game but […]Read more "Mega Man Legends 3!"
The Better Never Than Late Edition This episode Chad, Mike and Steve talk Olympic fever, Nintendo and speculate about Ian’s where-a-bouts. Then we learn that game developers have feelings too. Also we have a rather lengthy and spoiler free discussion about Heavy Rain. And then there’s Goblin. Additional links and notes after the jump. Click […]Read more "The MaldenCast Episode 515"
By Ian I have to make a list like this for myself every 6 months or so, to remind what games are in the pipeline. I have to do this because (quality) Wii games for my tastes are far and few in between, and this gives me just a little hope. Xenoblade: Baten Kaitos studio […]Read more "And now….a taste of things to come."
Nope, its Tatsunoko Vs Capcom. Anyone planning on picking this up…? I know you guys are probably still smitten/sick of that sweet-ass HD SF game but Ive heard good things about this game….has online play, I believe.Read more "Is that Red Hot Rumble 2???!!!!!"
Nintendo’s Video Game Masterpiece Michael Thomsen, author of IGN’s Contrarian Corner, proposes that The Metroid Prime Trilogy is video gaming’s Citizen Kane. What’s even more impressive, it was a piece for ABC News complete with a Charlie Gibson intro. In Thomsen’s Contrarian Corner he generally takes a very critical look at a game that becomes […]Read more "The Metroid Prime Trilogy: Nintendo’s Citizen Kane?"