Nintendo E Shop Update (26 August 2016)

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As we gear up for a bunch of good things coming, especially Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice, lets not forget the interesting fighting games coming exclusively to the New 3DS range. Yes, it’s the SNES VC titles.

WiiU

Super Mario64 DS (WiiU VC, USD 19.99): Not content on having released the N64 version on the WiiU, here’s the DS version. No really, not kidding. Touch screen control is a bonus here. But not sure how uber pixelated it looks now. haha.

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Street Fighter Alpha 2: While it’s not 3, Alpha 2 is still a beast to play with. And the smoothness on the New 3DS should complement on how gorgeous it feels. Hoho.

Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers: Want something more technical without Super gauges? Play this one. It’s uberly balanced and you can use almost anyone and still be a God. Seriously.

Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting: Want something even classic? Go for this. Just… beware of people with Zangief. Seriously.

The Legend of Kusakari (USD 4.99): Imagine the fact that Nintendo approved an indie title that looks WAY TOO SIMILAR to Zelda. No seriously, that’s the Legend of Kusakari. Well, probably not that many dungeons since the game is all about you using your sickle to hack weeds and grass and at the same time fight monsters living those places.I recommend you buy this just for the heck of hacking grass. Really.

And lastly, Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice Demo is now available!

Sales

Make sure to check the Summer Sale first. The complete list can be found at http://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals

Atlus is selling the Conception II for  USD 9.99 until 5th September. If you want to find ways to bang 7 people have your offspring kill people… this is the game for you. (no really)

And Sega is discounting the super hard to find physical copy of Rhythm Thief and the Emperor’s Treasure to USD 4.99. If you like puzzles and mini games, there ya go.

Go get your Nintendo E-Shop Cash Code right here.

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Nintendo E Shop Updates (12 Aug 2016)

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This week’s most impressive things (and that’s not saying much) actually goes to the 3DS platform. Because of how limited the releases are. Besides, having another sales on the Ace Attorney series isn’t bad at all. (Which reminds me I really need to finish on Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations) Also, I’m using that picture because Spirit of Justice is releasing on 8th September 2016!

WiiU

Mario Sports Mix (Wii VC, USD 19.99): It’s that Square Enix game where they took the success out of classic Mario basketball, and introduced new ones like Volleyball and Ice Hockey. It’s not really Wii Remote intensive, but still pretty darn fun.

Wave Race 64 (N64VC, USD 9.99): Ah the classic fun racer. Well, maybe it’s not as great as a classic Mario Kart, but still this made… erh… waves in the past. Cough.

This week’s sale probably goes to Trine and Trine 2 again. because, really, how did you not play that game yet?

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Mega Man X (SNES VC, USD 7.99): Go back in time. Way way back in time into one of the best Mega Man’s ever released in gaming history. A spin off the cutesy version that ended up being so good it spawned too many sequels… Until Capcom decided to cari pasal. Sheesh.

3DS Sales

With the announcement of the release date for Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice on 8th Sep, Dual Destinies and Ace Attorney Trilogy is on sale!

Atlus is lowering the price for Etrian Odyssey Untold and Stella Glow. I’d pick Stella Glow. It’s a hard RPG.

Sega’s 3D Classics Streets of Rage and Shinobi III are great purchases if you malas want to buy the whole 3D Collection.

You know where to buy them Nintendo E Shop Codes right?

Is it worth it to buy (insert game console name) right now?

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(Image credit: Kotaku)

Some parts of this post may seem insensitive or weird. But, this is a special post when it comes to not just gaming, but about appreciations in life.

2 weeks ago I was beset with some disheartening news: My girlfriend had passed away from a battle with cancer for the longest time of her life. I was away most of the time the week before handling whatever I could for her side of family and friends which included a lot of rapport building. I can tell you I am fine though.

After deciding that the mourning period of someone’s passing is over, I then realised that this is now the time to celebrate those who have left and to cherish their memories as they have left an imprint in our lives that lasts as long as we can.

And then I remembered how short our lives actually are in this world.

Not that such an incident has not happened to me before. But, the magnitude of this incident is bigger than ever. Since it has now affected to the people who now realise that their mortality is shorter than ever. That being said, you can still go anytime.

Within the same week as well, the usual happened. I get people asking “Is it worth it to buy this console/that console right now?” Well, if you believe you have all the time in the world, I’d say you can take your time to wait. But the truth, how much of time do you really think you have?

We don’t know when we’ll ever go. That’s certain.But when you think of it, how many things in life do you really wish to have? To savor? To appreciate? To cherish? None of us can even tell the other where we’re going to go. We might just die as a lump of earth waiting to be converted into petroleum in the very far future.

So, think about it. If you have something that you wish to have, that you wish to start, think about the time that you have for it first. Sure, you can say “I’ll just wait for the next iteration in the future since it may be better improved than previous console.” But truth is, at what cost? At the same time, is buying that game console more important to you, or do you realise that now you have something you gotta achieve in this short span of time.

If I do have someone asking me that question again, my answer would definitely go “Why not? Time spent considering is time wasted in enjoying”. Go live, go celebrate life. And when you’re done, hopefully, the life you lived is the best one you can ever hope for.