Nintendo 3DS! It may not feel like it, but it is already three months old. Hopefully for those of you who have picked the platform up, you’re all settled in feeling nice and cozy with your Nintendo 3DS.
This week we have three questions. One, for you 3DS owners, how are you feeling about the platform so far? How much mileage have you got out of it and how do you feel about the early software library? And two, for those who don’t have a 3DS, what’s your position on the platform now? Is it anymore appealing than it was three months ago? And for both groups, how do you feel about the 3DS over the next six months? Is there enough software to get you excited over the platform?
You can answer below in the comments!
After successfully already not being weekly, we ask another question of the week! It is the quesiton of this week. Not a question every week. Ho-ho! Dodged a bullet there.
The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D will be coming out within a few hours. If you’re lucky enough, or live in Europe, you already have your copy. Aside from a some minor changes, and of course the new controls schemes and make over, the title stays pretty true to the original. Our question is, do you want your remakes to change, or take a more open look at the title, adding in new content and possibly re-imagining entire mechanics?
Speaketh in the comments below.
Another year, another Call of Duty! Modern Warfare 3 was unveiled earlier this week and… Well, it looks like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, again. Many people look down on the Call of Duty name due to the fact that it has yearly releases with relatively similar content. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that these titles actually see two years of development, thanks to two separate teams.
This week we ask a ‘what if’ question. What if the other team, Treyarch, didn’t exist? What if there was only one Call of Duty every two years? Do you think your image of the franchise would be different, or would you still view it as a cash in series? Or, if you’re on the flip side, do you enjoy the yearly releases? Would you gladly pick up multiple Call of Duty title each year?
I thought we’d give something a shot. A Question of the Week (QotW)! Basically a question to help give readers more of a voice a place to sound off on certain subjects on the blog.
PlayStation Network is finally live again, and it looks like PlayStation Store may be soon to follow. As you may have seen earlier this week, Sony will be offering a welcome back package. This includes free software, 30 days of PSN+ and a few more benefits.
Does this welcome back package cover up the boo boos of Sony’s service being down for over three weeks, or do you think Sony should have offered more? Should non-PSN+ users even have the right to complain the downtime of a free service? Also, what free software do you plan on picking up when the service goes live again?
Let us know in the comments below!