Minecraft Reportedly Sells 10,000 Copies A Day

Minecraft has been around across various platforms since 2011, and it has maintained a good momentum of sales over the years. In January, the title became number 1 in the Japanese Wii U eShop charts LTD, overtaking Nintendo's new IP, Splatoon. What is also interesting about the Minecraft phenomenon, is the reported fact from today's article in … Continue reading Minecraft Reportedly Sells 10,000 Copies A Day

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New York Times Issues 25-Year-Old Correction Regarding Mario’s Day Job

The New York Times originally posted an article in 1988 which stated that Mario and Luigi were actually janitors, rather than plumbers. Clearly this information was incorrect, but it wasn't acknowledged until now. However, when The New York Times wrote its obituary on former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi it included a snippet from the 1988 article which … Continue reading New York Times Issues 25-Year-Old Correction Regarding Mario’s Day Job

Founder Of Atari Says He’s Baffled By Wii U, And Doesn’t Think It Will Be A Success

Nolan K. Bushnell, the founder of Atari and the godfather of the games business has told The New York Times that he's actually baffled by Wii U. Bushnell went on to say that he doubts Nintendo will ever be a major import ever again, and that it feels like the end of an era for … Continue reading Founder Of Atari Says He’s Baffled By Wii U, And Doesn’t Think It Will Be A Success

Nintendo Wii: Swinging Wii Remote Lazily Could Damage Arm

An article recently posted in the New York Times suggest that Wii owners could be damaging themselves by lazily swinging the remote, rather than doing complete full gestures. The problem can apparently occur when the player discovers that there's no need to fully swing your arm in games such as Wii Sports and instead use … Continue reading Nintendo Wii: Swinging Wii Remote Lazily Could Damage Arm