Alon picked up a Move and we played Wii Sports all night.
The other day, Rich said something to me that really bothered me. He said that Monday Night Combat was “Just OK” and that it had “some issues to work out”. When pressed further, I was hit with a response that makes me believe he thought he was playing a different game.
The number 1 downloaded app from the iTunes store is spreading its wings, quite literally. Soon PSP, Palm Pre, and Android users will get the chance to see what iPhone and iPod Touch owners have known for months. After selling 6.5 million copies on the iTunes store at the low, low price of $1, it is now available for the Palm Pre and is expected to hit the Android Marketplace within the next couple of weeks, and will also be available on the Playstation Store this Fall.
Nintendo opened its doors to the gaming press at E3 in Los Angeles back in June. Starting September 3rd, consumers will get their first chance to play the upcoming Fall lineup at PAX in Seattle. Just like at E3, The Penny Arcade Expo will feature playable versions of Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Metroid: Other M, 007 Goldeneye, and NBA Jam.
We’re back kiddos! As a lengthy post-E3-mortem, team Golgo took a well deserved break to regroup, change the guard, update the site, and get back into it! Now, we never intended for the break to be as long as it was, but things have been crazy… (Ir)Regardless, we got together this past…
GoldenEye fans will have the chance to get a bundled control option when they pickup GoldenEye for the Wii later this year, but it’s not what you would expect for the motion-sensing Wii console. Rather than coming out with a Wii Zapper-type holder to use the Nunchuck and Wiimote combo, the optional hardware is a golden Wii Classic Controller Pro. This just further advanced my opinions that Activision does not have much faith in the traditional controls. This could have been seen going back to E3, when Activision had GoldenEye setup at the Nintendo booth four of the white Classic Pro controllers. I really wish the developers would put more time into the motion controls for their games. For a game like GoldenEye that is going to draw heavily on players nostalgia for the N64 classic, they cannot stray too far from the original formula.