Wii Archive

  • I just read an “in depth” article about the upcoming Wii U console and to say I’m underwhelmed is an understatement. Let’s look passed the fact that Nintendo isn’t confirming ANY of the hardware specs for a moment, ignore the bogus claims of PS3 and 360 besting graphics and get to the meat of the information available. One: Nintendo is still calling the new console the Wii U. Why? Who knows, Nintendo is in love with stupid names for systems. Two: Nintendo is rumored to be more accessible to third party developers. This is supposed to mean that gamers may get more games than Mario 95 Galaxy Warrior Princess, Mario Kart 52 Tokyo Drift, and another god damn Wii Sports […]

    New Information Revealed About The Wii U: Should We Care?

    I just read an “in depth” article about the upcoming Wii U console and to say I’m underwhelmed is an understatement. Let’s look passed the fact that Nintendo isn’t confirming ANY of the hardware specs for a moment, ignore the bogus claims of PS3 and 360 besting graphics and get to the meat of the information available. One: Nintendo is still calling the new console the Wii U. Why? Who knows, Nintendo is in love with stupid names for systems. Two: Nintendo is rumored to be more accessible to third party developers. This is supposed to mean that gamers may get more games than Mario 95 Galaxy Warrior Princess, Mario Kart 52 Tokyo Drift, and another god damn Wii Sports […]

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  • How to play SNES games on your iPad or iPhone with a Wii remote First of all you must have a jailbroken/unlocked iPad or iPhone (if you don’t simply navigate to our NERD TREK tutorials on How to Unlock iPhone 4.2.1/Unlock iPad 4.2.1. After you are jailbroken you must download “snes4iphone” which is located on Cydia.  If you’re unfamiliar with jailbreaking and Cydia please do some reading on our iPhone NERD TREK tutorials and come back when you’re ready. After you have the SNES emulator you’ll need a few roms (games) to test this out with.  Make sure you put the ROMS in the /var/mobile/media/ROMs/ folder. Now for the Wiimote!  Open snes4iphone, go into the options panel, and turn on […]

    Play SNES games on iPad with a Wii remote

    How to play SNES games on your iPad or iPhone with a Wii remote First of all you must have a jailbroken/unlocked iPad or iPhone (if you don’t simply navigate to our NERD TREK tutorials on How to Unlock iPhone 4.2.1/Unlock iPad 4.2.1. After you are jailbroken you must download “snes4iphone” which is located on Cydia.  If you’re unfamiliar with jailbreaking and Cydia please do some reading on our iPhone NERD TREK tutorials and come back when you’re ready. After you have the SNES emulator you’ll need a few roms (games) to test this out with.  Make sure you put the ROMS in the /var/mobile/media/ROMs/ folder. Now for the Wiimote!  Open snes4iphone, go into the options panel, and turn on […]

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  • The new Nintendo Wii U was introduced to much fanfare at the 2011 E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo).  The Wii U sports a concept new to gaming, a controller with it’s own screen.  Nintendo has basically taken it’s Wii console and DS portable system and merged the two producing a multi-faceted approach to gaming.  The Wii U will feature a controller which doubles as a small portable system which can be utilized if the TV upon which the game is being played is needed, or if an extra controller and split screen is required (over 4 players).  In some games (such as Zelda Skyward Sword) the controller screen will contain your menu screen so that you can change weapons or items, […]

    Wii U: Closing the gap, Opening a portal

    The new Nintendo Wii U was introduced to much fanfare at the 2011 E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo).  The Wii U sports a concept new to gaming, a controller with it’s own screen.  Nintendo has basically taken it’s Wii console and DS portable system and merged the two producing a multi-faceted approach to gaming.  The Wii U will feature a controller which doubles as a small portable system which can be utilized if the TV upon which the game is being played is needed, or if an extra controller and split screen is required (over 4 players).  In some games (such as Zelda Skyward Sword) the controller screen will contain your menu screen so that you can change weapons or items, […]

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 18 JANUARY 2011 I know both Sony and Microsoft have gone “kiddie” with their new peripherals (Move for Sony and Kinect for Microsoft), but have no fear hardcore gamers, great games are still on the horizon!

    Upcoming Titles To Keep Your Eye Out For!

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 18 JANUARY 2011 I know both Sony and Microsoft have gone “kiddie” with their new peripherals (Move for Sony and Kinect for Microsoft), but have no fear hardcore gamers, great games are still on the horizon!

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