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I have and will continue to have a place in my heart for Nintendo. In fact, my first console was a Super Nintendo. The video game market has changed drastically since the early '90s and it seems like what once was platinum is more so along the lines of silver now. Nintendo has always been...
Reviews, reviews, reviews, reviews. It's already starting. I've already gotten games due out in February and even more are on the way. Here's a breakdown of my weekend:
Finish our Nidhogg review: this PC indie title caught my attention at GDC several years ago and it's just now out on Steam for anyone to play. I downloaded the game earlier this week but with the title being a multiplayer-focused dual to the death, I feel like I need to play a little bit more. I've got a draft of our review ready, but I need to put the finishing touches on it.
Write a Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze hands-on preview: I played about four hours of the latest DK platformer from Retro Studios and Nintendo. With Wii U GamePad in hand, I cleared several worlds, died several dozen times, and now I need to put the experience into words. DKC: Tropical Freeze is out at the end of February.
Grind for cash in GTA Online: I want to continue amassing a criminal empire on my PS3 copy of Grand Theft Auto V. While I'll probably switch back and forth between story and multiplayer modes, I really hope you can carry your progress over to PC or next-generation consoles when those versions inevitably hit retail.
But how about you? What's spinning in your console or what has your beastly PC tower purring away this weekend?