By Trent Fingland on December 1, 2010 - 7:25am.
A Game in a Tech Demo's Clothing
HIGH The impossibly tactile feel of nocking an imaginary arrow to a bowstring that doesn't exist.
LOW Volleyball. Incredibly abstracted and not particularly immersive.
WTF In Gladiator Duel, sending opponents soaring weightlessly out of the ring and seeing them smash through background scenery.
By Matthew Kaplan on February 6, 2010 - 11:07am.
My dad isn't a particularly complex guy. He believes in hard work and close family ties. He believes in healthy marriages, tradition, and solid spirituality. He enjoys retribution and cusses at frustrating phone calls. He hates any movie that isn't a comedy; the Naked Gun films are probably the only ones he's seen multiple times. He sings along to '60s tunes in the car. He doesn't appreciate "art." He hates crying. He loves sports.
By Ben Hopper on December 12, 2009 - 11:03am.
I grew up in Buffalo, NY and attended a small, Catholic elementary school in the working-class neighborhood of South Buffalo, just a couple of blocks from our house. Apart from the crazy nuns who ruled with iron fists and the epic snowball fights that would erupt as we walked home after school, my most memorable times at the school were playing dodge ball during gym class and at Boy's Club on Friday nights.
By Guest Critic on October 22, 2009 - 6:58am.
Made The Playoffs, But Lost In The First Round
HIGH Breaking through a six man gang tackle to rush for a touchdown.
LOW Having to play the fight for the fumble mini-game when I was the only one near the ball when I fell on it.
WTF Enough with the measuring, it's clearly a first down.
By David Stone on August 2, 2009 - 12:02pm.
The Revolution... no really, we mean it this time!
HIGH When Wii MotionPlus works, it works.
LOW When Wii MotionPlus doesn't work, it doesn't.
WTF Trying to Cycle with my hands equals "Why?" plus "Ow".
By Dale Weir on July 24, 2009 - 5:39pm.
Not to sound like a tool, but this was just a brilliant idea. Yesterday (Thursday, July 23rd), Nintendo promoted the launch of Wii Sports Resort by turning Military Island in Times Square into a mini-Wulu Island. Granted, it could have been better had it taken place on a larger piece of real estate, but short of cordoning off Central Park or Coney Island, this is not too shabby.
Despite the close quarters, it looked like a cool event, I'm sorry I missed it.
Game Description: The active-play phenomenon started by Wii Sports now spreads to your whole body thanks to Wii Fit and the pressure-sensitive Wii Balance Board, which comes bundled with it. Used together players will experience an extensive array of fun, dynamic and surprisingly challenging activities, including aerobics, yoga, muscle stretches and balance oriented games. The focus of these activities is towards providing a "core" workout, a popular exercise method that emphasizes slower, controlled motions, but it's the fun approach to fitness of Wii Fit that will keep players hooked on fitness for years to come.
By Mike Bracken on December 17, 2007 - 7:54am.
I've played a lot of Madden over the years (and had experience with the other major series before EA got the NFL exclusivity rights), but I'm not one of those guys who plays each year's release. In fact, looking over my Madden collection is sort of like looking at the fossil record of videogame history—I tend to only buy a new Madden release whenever a new console launches, then I don't buy it again until the next generation begins.
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