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When it comes to LEGO and video games, it's usually a safe bet that it will at least be entertaining and humorous. The latest entry in their most recent series of games, Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins is scheduled to hit stores sooner than you may think.
Is this a Pikachu 3DS? Yes, yes it is. And I will have it, and it will be mine forever.
Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir. As a closet fan of series like Ghost Adventures and A Haunting, the title alone caught my attention at the Nintendo booth and ended up being the only game I sampled the entire weekend. I had no prior knowledge of the Fatal Frame series (available for the PS2, Xbox and Wii, if you’re interested) so I really had a lot to catch up to.
Well, actually, that's probably an exaggeration. But Nintendo recently released a warning to potential 3DS purchasers about some of the harms that can occur from playing the system for extended amounts of time.
This coming weekend, from the 8th through the 10th, is Nintendo's annual event, Nintendo World. Nintendo, in a gracious act, decided to share what games will be both playable and viewable at the convention.
I love Professor Layton. By default, that means I love Level 5 -- the guys that made Professor Layton. Now I love them even more. Why? Find out after the jump.
Update: Layton Trailer Included
Maybe. Yes. Aaaaaand yes. I don't know what the second two yeses (is that how you spell that?) were answers to, but the date has possibly, definitely been leaked via German newspaper Bild.
Aside from the booth babes and the infinitely hot Milynn Sarley, the Nintendo 3DS was one of the highlights of my E3 adventures. After attending the Nintendo Conference and being teased with the possibilities of receiving one, but instead getting some random demo where hotties with bodies had 3DS's attached to their chest, I didn't really feel like playing. I just felt like I needed to spend a couple minutes in the bathroom. To pee. Because the conference took a long time and I drank a lot of coffee. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
After E3 Day 1 was over and the dust had settled, I finally got the chance to get some hands on time with the Nintendo 3DS. I entered the booth with a few questions in mind (Which I'm sure a lot of folks at home have as well) :“Will this really be 3D? Will it give me a headache and/or be complicated to use?”
With all the hype over some of the titles (notably Nintendo's and EA's conference), I'm noticing a lot of sites are ignoring a few titles. I don't think because Zelda, Metroid, Assassin's Creed, Portal, and the gang are at E3 means we should be ignoring these - we never know what will be the next huge game. So, here's a quick run down of some properties of interest...