Nintendo WiiThe Nintendo Wii was released in 2006 up against the stiff competition of the Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3. Many didn’t expect the console to find a place in the market due to its underwhelming specifications and lack of high definition output, however Nintendo proved yet again that it is the gameplay that should hold centerstage. Nintendo sold over 100 million units and although the world played mostly Wii Sports and not much else when family and friends visited, the console showed the gaming world that Nintendo was back with some fantastic first party titles.

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If you are like me, no doubt you will have a collection of electronic devices with wires for power, ethernet,Read more…

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Monster Cast #3 – Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 Podcast with Myself as Guest

From episode 1 to 8, I hosted the Console Monster Podcast but due to lack of time and staff participationRead more…

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