Caspius and SiliconNooB settle down for a winter evening's podcast, with sundry observations on select news, commentary on Christmas holiday gaming, and a stern rebuke to CERTAIN READERS who would dare to slight The Day Tonight's journalistic principles.
Here, under protest, is Pikmin. We know a remote farm in Lincolnshire where Mrs. Buckley lives. In July, Pikmin grow there. This is a very wearying review. It's unpleasant to read. Unrewarding.
Mel discusses games that devolve into populist garbage, but never mind that! Pikmin! He also talks about Pikmin! Pikmin, guys! Click here for more of all the things he just mentioned!
Mel has spent some quality time with the Wii U and three great games. It was enough to make him think Nintendo had begun a shift in game design back to a time before motion controls.
After years of begging, Nintendo finally decides to release Earthbound on the Wii U's Virtual Console. This week, KillswitchTool takes another shot at Nintendo and ponders if they really believe that Earthbound will sell fat stacks of Wii U's.
Capcom's fighter fortunes flag, EA returns to profitability while TOR loses 400,000 players, and a speculative list of Wii U software is leaked from Blockbuster in this week's hastily assembled news musings - sans Pipher!