Archive for September, 2006:

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Nintendo press events cause lots of Wii excitement

With the multiple Nintendo press events that’ve been hyped up now well underway, a lot of new Wii info is hitting the fan. Most of it is simply confirmation of existing rumours and facts, but it is regardless nice to see a lot more ... [ Read More ]

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Stop your DS Lite cracking; get a different case

As most DS Lite owners are aware, there’s been a few reports in the community of cracks appearing on the hinge that connects the two parts of the clamshell design together. Although this has only affected roughly 0.2% of owners, Nintendo’s excellent reputation for ... [ Read More ]

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The GobLog is back; updates to resume normally

The redesign process took a bit longer than expected since I had some random CSS problems (always fun) and worked on it in chunks, but all should be all working fine now. I spent some time fine-tuning the CSS so it appears pixel perfect ... [ Read More ]

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Superb German Honda TV commercial parodies Tetris

Joining McDonalds’ Super Mario Bros parody and Coca Cola’s Grand Theft Auto parody, Honda has decided to advertise its new vehicle by parodying one of the most well known games in the world, Tetris. I don’t think this is quite as superb as the ... [ Read More ]

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Super Mario Bros parody ad, plus upcoming downtime

There’s a rather clever commercial running on US TV right now, advertising those terrible McDonalds Nintendo toys I wrote about last week. Although the toys are indeed not a good thing, the self-depreciating ad is surprisingly inspired. It’s inspired not only because it’s obviously ... [ Read More ]

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Zelda: Twilight Princess is going to be seriously epic

Anyone who’s played Zelda: Ocarina of Time is probably aware of the fact that it is one damn good game. I personally rank it in the top few of all time; it felt incredibly epic back in 1998 with a massive world, almost endless ... [ Read More ]

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