In an effort to avoid confusion while shopping for the gamers in their lives, a band of non-gamer parents has come together to push Mario onto the XBox One.
For all of those parents still referring to Xbox and Playstation consoles as “Nintendoes,” Nintendo would like you to know that even their own systems are not “Nintendoes.”
When it comes to launching a successful gaming platform, the name can make or break a potential buyers first impression. That’s why Microsoft has decided to move forward with a name they think will be all the rage in the next generation of gaming: Playstation 5.
In light of the recent Playstation 2 discoveries we wanted to share some more console secrets with you!
How often do you wish you could have the body of Kratos? Maybe with more of a tan and with less facial paint or tattoos, but those abs… right? Or have you ever looked at Marcus Fenix and thought to yourself “Wow he definitely never skips leg day…” Anyone ever looked at Zero Suit Samus and wish they looked that good in a one piece jumpsuit? Perhaps you’ve thought of hitting a gym… no wrong kind of gym you don’t get a badge for this one. You think Mario ever looks at his brother Green Mario and wishes he was maybe a little taller and thinner like him?
Why? Or rather, Wii. Wii U to be exact.
When it comes to game console aesthetics, you’d think Nintendo would be on top of their game, but one major design oversight has left my Wii U with a (mostly) permanent tumor.
A gamer always wants to be on top of the mountain of never ending new products that are constantly thrown at them. New systems, new games, new accessories for said systems, new versions of new systems, it’s tiring when you look at the big picture. When a gamer gets a new system for example they begin to plan out the next few purchases, which game are they going to get first?