All of you folks who bought a Wii last year are going to be buying a PS3 this time around.
At least that’s what Pamela Tufegdzic is saying. [She's an analyst type of person so she probably knows what she's talking about.]
The PS3 has a few things going for it.
It’s a kickass system and a Blu-ray player all in one.
Gran Turismo 5 and Grand Theft Auto IV are coming out really soon and are going to be big ole sellers.
AND, there are some rumors that Sony’s gonna drop the PS3’s price point again.
So, the Wii wet your appetite for gaming and the PS3 can fill your belly.
Right now these guys are sold out, but I bet if you asked michellerheaume really nicely, she might make some more just for you…because you’re special.
Ever heard of Ed Fries?
Yeah, he’s that guy who used to be VP of Microsoft. Apparently, Mr. Fries has bigger and better fries to fry.
Fries has started FigurePrints.com.
What they do is they use a 3D printer to create your WoW character in real life!
Your Mini-Me [1:18 scale] will only set you back $99.95 [not including shipping] and will allow you to not only talk to yourself, but hold yourself at the same time…wait that sounds dirty.
Here’s to hoping that Santa didn’t bring you coal and switches.
In Chengdu (land of Giant pandas), China, there are two opposite buildings that look like the Sony PlayStation 2 and 3.
Can somebody give me a Nintendo Wii please? Can somebody verify the photo?
The Effect of Next-Gen Consoles on Modern Buildings via Sina Games
Is that the monthly internet fee in these two countries is insanely cheap. It is almost like the air (free). Take a look at the stats below…
Monthly Fee For A 100kb/s Broadband Internet Usage (in US$)
- Japan - 0.07
- Korea - 0.08
- Taiwan - 0.18
- US - 0.49
- UK - 0.63
- China - 10.8
After a quick comparison, netizens or online gamers in China have to pay 135 times more than their Korean counterparts. Moreover, the Chinese use 10% (give or take) of their monthly income to surf the net, play online games or engage in any other online activities.
Chinese gamers have to pay a high price to play…online.
I Gotta Tell My GF That I Spent More $ on her than my internet bill via 17173.com
A Japanese fishing video game called 釣☆カノジョ～あの娘は釣り頃、釣られ頃～ (loosely translated to Fishing Time with the Girls) is stamped with an over-18 rating. This means that’s plenty of adult content where girls are confused by tentacles from the octopus and they will strip after you’ve caught some huge fishes.
This game is simple as initially, you choose a girl, go fishing, please her and the rest is history. A fishing trip can get really dirty but at least you need some skill in this game. Available on 27th July 2007 for the PC in Japan though it would be great if it was on the Wii.
Fishing in another way via GameAxis China
“The Empress of J-Pop”, Ayumi Hamasaki, is one cute little princess when she was playing the Nintendo Wii in Hey!Hey!Hey! Music Champ, a popular Japanese show which features Japanese singers. The game played is none other than Odoru Made in Wario (Dancing Made in Wario or WarioWare: Smooth Moves). She’s damn cute with the Wiimote.
Chang Koehan is a bubbly, funny fat guy from the Korea team (Chang, Choi and Kim) in the King of Fighters series. So…what happens when he decides to cosplay as Chun Li or Mai or Yuri or Athena or Blue Mary or Morrigan or…
More @ Sina Games
Taiwan gaming giant Soft-World has paid US$2 million in royalty to Korea Gigassoft for an adult martial arts online game - Twelve Sky. This is the first for Korea small and medium gaming developers, first time that such a grand royalty has been paid.
Although Twelve Sky has been around in Korea for four years, Soft-World is optimistic that this MMO will create a sensation in the Chinese online gaming market in the future. Really, only time will tell if the hefty $2 million is justified.
Adult Martial Arts should be Bloody via GameHankook, MMO Site