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- What I Love And Hate About Super Smash Bros. 3DS So Far
- The Internet Reacts To Secret Super Smash Bros. Characters
- People Are Starting To Unlock Secret Smash Bros. Characters
- The Guy Who Hunts The Rarest PokÃ©mon Of Them All
- What We Know About The New 3DS So Far
- How Does The 'New' 3DS Compare To The 'Old' One?
Clash of Castles, Battle Riders, Bicycle Crankset Clock and heaps more!
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While You Were Sleeping
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Talk Amongst Yourselves
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Kojima is watching you. Always watching.
Halo: Spartan Asslt. Numerics, Doodle Kingdom and heaps more!
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This Week In Game
What are ye buyin'?
Briefly: This download title from Arc System Works and just hit the 3DS in Japan. Looks like a fun little management sim for Japanese convenience store fans. No word about a Western release.
When I was first introduced to Smash Bros. back in university, there was an unspoken mutual understanding between all my friends: no items. Mind, it was never anything as serious as the infamous F ox-Only-Final-Destination-No-Items deal; I don’t even think most super hardcore Smashers play like that, regardless of how fond everyone seems to be of that joke. But still, that’s how we played — without items.
Nintendo has a new 3DS coming out in Japan next month. It’s called the New Nintendo 3DS. Do you want one? Have you even heard of it?
Before you ask: yes, it’s a Gamecube controller. Of course it is. What else would it be?
Ask any seasoned Smash player and they will tell you: the GameCube controller is the weapon of choice. It continues to be the best way to play Super Smash Bros.. Now an enterprising modder has figured out a way to use his GameCube controller to play Super Smash Bros. on the 3DS.