Tagged with Nintendo

The Baller Move of Nintendo UK

The Baller Move of Nintendo UK

I’m pretty much the king of wanting what I can’t have. A month or so back, a Skull Kid figure was shown. American only. But man, I wanted it. Yes, I wanted another stupid figure to sit next to all the other stupid figures on my stupid bookshelf. Classic Chris, right? I was so sure I … Continue reading

Urgh, the Wii U Gamepad

Urgh, the Wii U Gamepad

I’m was at a crossroad. Do I buy Teslagrad, the indie puzzle platformer, on my Wii U, or my PS4? It’s a tough choice to make. Both were similar prices, both offered the same experience and I had enough funds in both accounts to cover the cost. Why then, did I buy it on the … Continue reading

I Heart Fantasy Life

I Heart Fantasy Life

Did I mention I have a new 3DS? Or that I have the ‘new’ 3DS. The name of that system is going to cause endless amounts of confusion. I think the words I used to describe my purchase was “I guess this is what ballin’ feels like”. I couldn’t resist buying a copy of Fantasy … Continue reading

The Life of a 3DS Ambassador

The Life of a 3DS Ambassador

When an email comes through to you, offering you a chance to buy a New Nintendo 3DS, a 3DS that isn’t even out in the UK or with a release date, you kind of jump at the chance. Like 30 hours after ordering, the brand new 3DS Ambassador Edition is now mine. It’s charging, it’s … Continue reading

Steamworld Digging for Fun

Steamworld Digging for Fun

I can’t be bothered with long games any more. I don’t know whether it’s because my attention span is shorter than it once was, or because my free-time is now limited but the idea of playing a 20 hour game is a massive turn off for me. That’s the brilliant thing about shorter, lower budget, … Continue reading

Opting Out of the Amiibo Collecting

Opting Out of the Amiibo Collecting

Amiibo. I knew the minute I saw them I had to have them all. But when the prices came out and I found out I would have to spend over £500 to complete the full Smash Brothers set I soon decided against it. £500 or a few figures, it wasn’t a hard choice. But now … Continue reading