Take your hands away from that “Buy” button. If you were thinking about giving yourself some headaches with a new Nintendo 3DS, don’t do it until August 12th. That’s when, according to the company, the U.S. price plummets by about 1/3 from $249 to $169. Similar price drops will be enacted in other regions.
Want to learn everything– and I do mean quite possibly everything– there is to know about shoot ’em ups, or “shmups,” as they’re sometimes known? Then Racketboy’s “Shmups 101” has you covered. “It’s almost an university class in 2D Shooters!” he proudly proclaims.
Well, that’s alright by me. Travis Touchdown was cool and all, but as long as we aren’t strung along like in Metal Gear Solid 2 or Mega Man X7 and he’s up-front about it, it’s much less of a slap to the face for fans.
In common it can be quite difficult to check your shop based on PrestaShop manually. And it’s far more difficult to do it fast and efficiently. There is a service that will do it for you much simpler. It is known as Shopping Cart Diagnostics. Firstly this service supports not just PrestaShop platform but also 8 most common carts. It enables you to monitor the efficiency of practically every magento eshop and examine over hundred shopping cart elements for errors. Great, ah?
The new Wii and Wii U dropping GameCube compatibility has raised a little ire among the NIntendo faithful, leading to 1UP offering a reminder that lost functionality over time is nothing new.
I’m really not sure how I feel about Nintendo attempting to go head-to-head on a technological level with the competition. Other than the Super NES, it doesn’t seem to go especially well for them, and even in that case, SEGA falling apart from within no doubt helped them achieve that victory. Between that and what appear to be higher prices (as we’ve witnessed with the Nintendo 3DS)… I really hope they know what they are doing.
And finally, in case you missed it on Friday, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon had Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime on to show off a little bit of their E3 fare, including Kid Icarus: Uprising, the Wii U, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. You can check all of that out here.