It’s a new week, so of course there are a new set of amiibo to collect. Mario Sports Superstars is the sport game compilation for the Nintendo 3DS which brings golf, tennis, baseball, football, and … horse riding together into one tidy package, and thus the new card series also brings all five sports together, with one card from each sport included in each blind pack. Continue reading →
Swapdoodle Release Date: 17th November 2016 Nintendo 2DS/3DS Nintendo
Nikki’s back with a new free app called Swapdoodle. Many have been lamenting her ‘might as well be dead’ previous app, Nintendo Letter Box, as its online letter sharing feature was ripped from her hands due to too many penis photo attachments doing the rounds. But with her new app, Nikki is seeing 3DS owners share letters across the globe once more, and unsolicited dicks pics aren’t making her sad anymore. Just doodles of them. Continue reading →
Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome amiibo Release Date: 2nd November 2016 Nintendo 2DS/3DS Nintendo
It’s been 2.5 years since Animal Crossing New Leaf has been welcoming players to a world of guitar playing dogs, bug infested vacation islands, hoarding items in homes, and chopping down other players trees. For 2,5 years it’s been a wonderful life for anyone who wants to escape the brutal place that is reality, and now New Leaf is welcoming amiibo into the fold, who are a bit more plastic than you and I, but make for an even more enjoyable virtual life. Though it will make your reality that little bit bleaker as your bank account is emptied due to your new collection of cards and figures… swings and roundabouts they say. Continue reading →
For those who thought 400 cards weren’t enough, here are another fifty! This time the cards are exclusively compatible with the new Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome amiibo update, with each card providing a brand new animal with an RV full of junk. Once tapped into the game, the animal will visit the brand new campsite and allow you to order the new items or pester them into moving in. Let’s take a look at what one blind pack offered up. Continue reading →
Want to know what an 18 month old New 3DS XL looks like? Here you go!
Within a year and a half the plastic were hands go to rest has worn away. Is it my hands? Are they so sweaty, so poisonous? Why did this not happen with the Game Boy, the Game Boy Pocket, the Game Boy Color, the Game Boy Advance, the Game Boy Advance SP, the Game Boy micro, the DS, the DS Lite, the DSi, the 3DS, the 3DS XL? They stood the test of time, they handled a measly eighteen months fine. I guess they forgot to send the time travelling tester forward when deciding on the plastic material. Such an oversight.
Or maybe it’s just me.
Sometimes things just fall apart no matter how much you care.