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E3 2012 – Scribblenauts Unlimited, Beautifully Rendered

While at E3 I had the opportunity to play the upcoming Scribblenauts title for Wii U for a few minutes. Once it was announced at Nintendo‘s conference, people seemed pretty excited about it, as the innovative title is well loved on portable consoles but this will be it’s first appearance on a home console. Given the fact that it was previously on DS, it lends itself extremely well to adaptation on the Wii U GamePad, with it’s similar touch screen controls and navigational button layouts.

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Nintendo announces Nintendo Network for the Wii U

Nintendo’s President, Satoru Iwata, has recently announced a new online gaming service called the “Nintendo Network.” The Nintendo Network will be available for 3DS handhelds as well as the new future console from Nintendo, the Wii U. According to Nintendo the new service will support multiple personal user accounts per system, foster the competition and online interaction, and availability of downloadable content (DLC) for games as well.

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CES: Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D

Snake Eater 3D

With the 3DS growing in popularity, or lack there of, Konami today announced that Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D will be released for the Nintendo 3DS February 21, 2012. Snake Eater is a reworked update of the original PlayStation 2 title, bringing back the immersive jungle setting of the 60’s Cold War with the hero Snake infiltrating the Soviet Union to bring back a scientist being held against his will.

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CM4 Catalyst Nintendo 3DS/DSi XL Case Review

CM4 recently sent me a package that contained a variety of different technological accoutrements. Amongst them were two cases for Nintendo DS systems, the 3DS and the DSi XL. Other products whose reviews are forthcoming are their Wii Remote jackets, and the Q Card Case for iPhone 4S. Though I already have ZAGG’s InvisibleSHIELD maximum protection on my 3DS, I installed the CM4 Slim Cover and have been using it with great satisfaction since the day that it arrived.

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ZAGG InvisibleSHIELD Installation Challenge

ZAGG’s InvisibleSHIELD technology is a revelation in protecting electronics, but the full body coverage can seem like a daunting task to install. A little while ago, I got it into my head that I could only get the 3DS Screen Coverage because the maximum coverage package looked like it would be too difficult to put on. Then I started thinking about which one would be the absolute easiest to install, and came up with my own little personal InvisibleSHIELD installation challenge. I pitched my idea to the kind folks at ZAGG and they were happy to send me a 3DS maximum coverage SHIELD as well as an iPad 2 maximum coverage SHIELD, so that I could compare and contrast the installation process, no doubt confident in the fact that I would find the difficulties to be similar.

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