Off-beat gaming news: Nintendo's new x-rated game, and Walmart's smart!

Discussion in 'Console Industry' started by DeadlyNinja, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. DeadlyNinja

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    Captain Rainbow just came out in Japan. It's a wacky game about a Super Hero named Captain Rainbow who goes to this island to have his wishes granted. On this island are obscure Nintendo characters he must help out... Sounds normal and harmless enough, right?

    Captain Rainbow finds proof of Birdo's Vagina

    http://blog.wired.com/games/2008/08/captain-rainb-1.html

    Video: http://www.wipido.com/video/6vQWLdwGZsEq

    NES Golfer plays with his balls...

    http://www.wipido.com/video/m6WL9SF5sBVo

    Walmart is so smart.

    http://checkoutblog.com/entries/2008/8/28/green_gaming__yup.aspx

    That there will revolutionize gaming, I tell you.
     
  2. cthellis42

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    The Kotaku article about this was pretty hilarious. :razz:

     
  3. Brad Grenz

    Brad Grenz Philosopher & Poet
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    I think Walmart is talking about a suspend type feature. Doesn't the PSP have that kind of mode? I think it's a good idea for consoles.
     
  4. Npl

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    Yep, and most ppl dont know you have to hold the Powerswitch for a few seconds to turn it totally off (its drawing some power to keep the content of the RAM in standby )
     
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