We sort of thought the Guinness Book of World Records was a collection of definite, measurable achievements. Like, that's pretty much everything it represents... or not - the latest edition of the Guinness Gamers' Edition contains a list of the top 50 game series, not by total sales or anything factual like that, but as determined by a poll. It's horrific.
See the whole list inside...
This just in - Nintendo claims five of April's best-selling games and Splinter Cell bitch-slaps the rest. Savvy gamers like you probably want to know the full list anyway. May I ask you to click through for that list? It's ever so interesting.
Starting this Saturday, July 31st and going through August 27th, North American, European and Australian Pokemon enthusiasts can download the Enigma Stone via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Naturally, this Enigma Stone will allow you to capture Latios in HeartGold and Latias in SoulSilver, thus completing your Latios/Latias pair.
Pokemon fans, are you sitting down? Because this is probably the coolest Pokemon giveaway this generation. In honor of Pokemon Gold and Silver's 10th anniversary, Mew will be distributed via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection for Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver from October 15th - 30th.
Mew is already one of the coolest and rarest Pokemon of all time, and this Mew is particularly exciting because it's a blank canvas to train however you would like. Not only is it a mere kitten at level 5, but it only has a single move in its moveset.
Under normal circumstances, the hundreds of super-powered critters that make up the Pokemon universe need a human trainer to order them around. Not so with Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Resue Team, a floor-by-floor dungeon crawler that has you duking it out with the cutest monsters in existence.
You start with just one little guy (in our case, it was the fire-breathing Charmander), but by exploring various caves, holes and bits of wilderness, your party can grow to four. Hidden amidst the mobs
In the ultimate example of cooperative gameplay, new DS game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team - due out next month - will let your pals link up with your game to bring you back to life. And all the while you'll be playing as one of your favorite Pokemon.
The game's Rescue mode produces a password whenever you fail to complete a dungeon. This password can then be given to a friend who can enter your game using DS' wireless connectivity and rescue you from the dungeon, so allowing you
Xbox Live's Castle of secrets?
Okay. We're not promising that Microsoft is going to release a version of the original PlayStation masterpiece Castlevania: Symphony of the Night for Xbox Live Arcade this week.
However, what we are saying is that it's the Tokyo Game Show and Microsoft is begging 360 owners to check out exclusive coverage of both TGS and the Euro-centric X06 event, via Xbox Live. And we're also saying that Microsoft's press release today promised two new Xbox Live Arcade titles
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness are to be released on April 20 in North America for the DS.Players take the control of actual Pokemon in both games, traveling through a land free from the humans, who gain pleasure out of imprisoning the poor creatures inside a device no bigger than a tennis ball.Along the way, they will talk to and team up with other Pokemon who will help them battle
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is heading to 3DS, complete with new 3D graphics for the characters and Pokemon from Black 2 and White 2. But there's more. Take a look at its biggest gimm... er... trick.
When the Diamond & Pearl series of the Pokemon anime comes to a close later this year in Japan, we might be saying goodbye to the entire original cast. I'm trying to keep it together here, but this is like the end of an era for Pokemon fans or anyone who grew up watching the show after school...