Daily Archives: April 2, 2017

A look at the ButterFox Nintendo Switch Hard Carrying Cases

Company: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, nintendo, look, butterfox, cases, switch, carrying, hardCompany: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, nintendo, look, butterfox, cases, switch, carrying, hard

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More images revealed for the Hori Xbox One Fighting Commander

Company: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, fighting, revealed, xbox, commander, images, horiCompany: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, fighting, revealed, xbox, commander, images, hori

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PSTV compatibility and memory size requirement revealed for Haruki: Kyoto Winds

Company: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, size, requirement, revealed, winds, pstv, compatibility, memory, kyoto, harukiCompany: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, size, requirement, revealed, winds, pstv, compatibility, memory, kyoto, haruki

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Lego Worlds discounted to below $20 on PS4 and Xbox One

Company: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, 20, xbox, discounted, worlds, lego, ps4Company: Game Idealist, Activity: Game Idealist, Date: 2017-04-03  Authors: oscar leeKeywords: news, games, game idealist, companies, 20, xbox, discounted, worlds, lego, ps4

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The Walking Dead is in desperate need of fixing, but it’s not too late

The Walking Dead has had a pretty rough season, and I'm being polite. [Warning: The following contains spoilers for the seven season finale of The Walking Dead.] We've had an entire season of checking in on our three communities; four if you also count the Saviors. Worse, the show devotes entire episodes to a single location with only one or two characters. The Walking Dead has suffered an agonizingly slow, frustrating season, but these are very fixable problems that next season could turn aroun

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The Walking Dead is in desperate need of fixing, but it’s not too late

The Walking Dead has had a pretty rough season, and I'm being polite. [Warning: The following contains spoilers for the seven season finale of The Walking Dead.] We've had an entire season of checking in on our three communities; four if you also count the Saviors. Worse, the show devotes entire episodes to a single location with only one or two characters. The Walking Dead has suffered an agonizingly slow, frustrating season, but these are very fixable problems that next season could turn aroun

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My son is playing the perfect game of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

My middle son is obsessed with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and he has taught me how to play the game to perfection. The Switch is a pretty great system if you have a big family, and with five kids, my family is ... pretty big. “I’m going to learn how to ride a horse”“Do you have the paraglider?” he asked me one evening after dinner. I was gobsmacked for a few minutes; he had played hours upon hours of the game, and he just now got off the Great Plateau? He just played for an hour he

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Nintendo makes the only company handbook you’d ever want to read

This year’s edition of Nintendo’s Japanese handbook serves as a beautiful reminder of all the games and projects Nintendo has on the docket for 2017. Pictures made it online this week after employees at the company’s Kyoto, Japan-based headquarters received the book in-person. There’s also some more conceptual work inspired by Nintendo’s biggest achievement of the year thus far: the Nintendo Switch, the console responsible for all of the games above. Past iterations of the company handbook have

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Nintendo makes the only company handbook you’d ever want to read

This year’s edition of Nintendo’s Japanese handbook serves as a beautiful reminder of all the games and projects Nintendo has on the docket for 2017. Pictures made it online this week after employees at the company’s Kyoto, Japan-based headquarters received the book in-person. There’s also some more conceptual work inspired by Nintendo’s biggest achievement of the year thus far: the Nintendo Switch, the console responsible for all of the games above. Past iterations of the company handbook have

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Ghost in the Shell dies at the box office

The live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell died at the box office this weekend, bringing in $19 million in ticket sales against a budget of $110 million. The film brought in $40 million internationally, although it has yet to open in Japan or China. The Steve Aoki remix of the original theme was also met with derision from fans and those with ears. “Ghost in the Shell, by contrast, is a movie that says absolutely nothing,” our review states. “It’s a generic story told by a generic director

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