Christian Nutt's Blog
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I've been writing professionally about video games since 1999, first on the consumer and, since 2007, the industry side. I've also written and edited dialogue for the downloadable fighting game Skullgirls.
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I wrote that giant history, but here's my personal take.
We do news reporting on this stuff, but I also have thoughts as a player of games and a Nintendo-watcher... So here are some less-varnished thoughts on what Nintendo's management had to say to its shareholders.
How Nintendo's Tomodachi Life stepped on the land mine that is identity and politics in the 21st century: What the game is, and why things happened the way they did.
Monster Monpiece is a Japanese trading card game for the Vita that had to be censored for U.S. release. I ponder what the moe phenomenon is doing to JRPGs, and speak to the publisher to find out about the game and its audience.
Kotaro Uchikoshi, the director of Virtue's Last Reward, took to Twitter to tell his Western fans that the third game in the Zero Escape franchise would not be forthcoming any time soon. What should he do to remedy that?
Nintendo recently announced a new "quality of life" initiative to bring together health and games. I take a look at its history and at Iwata's remarks to figure out what form that might end up taking.
Christian Nutt's Comments
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Sushi-X wasn 't just one ...
Sushi-X wasn 't just one person, of course. I know at least one latter Sushi-X, but I don 't know who the other ones were. Based on the above scan I 'd guess it was Steve doing a second review P But I dunno. r n r nQuartermann also wasn ...
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If you want a reliable ...
If you want a reliable unit, eBay seller doujindance is legit. He sells refurbished Japanese units, so you 'd need an adaptor to play US HuCARDS but not CDs.
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