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Jenni Lada
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Jenni has been writing for Gamertell since October 2007, is currently the Editor and has been writing about video games in general for the last seven years. She is also a frequent contributor to Siliconera, Cheat Code Central and GeekParty. As for playing games, she's been doing that since she could walk her way over to her parents' Intellivision. Give her an import video game and you'll have a friend for life. You can stalk Jenni by following JMariye at Twitter.

I hate this Slowpoke Paradise Fishing game’s music

I’ve had it with Slowpokes. I take back what I said Mega Slowbro being the best. Because clearly, too much Slowpoke love has led Nintendo to creating unspeakable things. Like this strange reggae Slowpoke song. That, my friends, is just creepy. It was created to promote this new, Japanese, Slowpoke Paradise Fishing game online. Which more »

This is what a Disney Pokemon looks like

We need to talk, Emolga, because I saw you this weekend and you looked like this. When you should really be looking . So I just had to find out if there was… oh, I see. You’re a Disney Pokemon Emolga. People may think it strange, but bootleg Pokemon plush exist. Some distributors and vendors more »

I still bought Alice in the Heart

You all know how I feel about the Alice in the Heart translation. It’s abysmal. Quinrose should have gone above and beyond to make their English debut perfect, and instead it’s a heart-wrenching mess. I still bought it. I expected far better from Alice in the Heart and Quinrose. Especially since Yen Press Seven Seas more »

Hackers’ PlayStation Network DDOS attacks hurting gamers, not Sony

PS3, PS4, and Vita owners experienced a bit of trouble yesterday, due to hackers deciding to “enlighten” us with PlayStation Network DDoS attacks. Lizard Squad took credit, claiming this was a move to end corporate greed by showing how “incompetent” Sony was for allowing it to happen. Because apparently, Lizard Squad feels the PlayStation Plus more »

Natural Doctrine Preview: Thought Provoking

I was in awe of Natural Doctrine at E3 2014. I wasn’t actually able to play it, and spent the press session watching a more knowledgeable NIS America employee repeatedly attempt to meet what appeared to be rather demanding victory conditions in an intimidating battle. Yet despite the difficult battle going on before me at more »

Important Importables: Snow Miku Nendoroid Magical Snow Ver.

As promised, here’s another Important Importables in a timely fashion! I’m getting good at this! This installment is all about the incredibly lovely, 2014 Snow Miku Nendoroid. It was going to be a long review of the figure, with lots of detailed pictures, but something happened. This post happened. Here’s how it all went. I more »

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Beware of bootlegs at the 2014 Wizard World Chicago Comic Con (update)

I have a warning for you, oh Wizard World 2014 attendees. If you’re going to the Chicago Comic Con happening this weekend, shop wisely. I browsed the dealer room today and came upon some rather unfortunate things. First of all, most of the items at Credits Remaining’s booth 120 in Hall A are bootleg products. more »

Here’s Your August 22, 2014 Indie Game Bundle Update

It’s time to go through the indie game bundles again. Get excited, because this is a good week. There are so many amazing games you can get for ridiculous prices right now. But you have to expect that when there are 28 indie game bundles this week. Yes, 28 are waiting. Get out your wallets! more »

Casual Friday Casual Game Update for August 22, 2014

It’s that casual game time again. Friday is here, so let’s see what PC games we could relax with this weekend. There are four new casual games available this week, and they cover a nice variety of genres. There are two new hidden object titles, as well as a time management simulation and a jigsaw more »

Magnetic by Nature Review: The Ouya’s Super Meat Boy

Title: Magnetic by Nature Price: $8 System(s): Ouya (Also available on PC) Release Date: August 20, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Team TripleSlash (Team TripleSlash) ESRB Rating: N/A It’s a good thing I’m using the new Ouya controller, because my old controller would have shattered into plastic shards had I used it to play Magnetic by Nature. more »

PS4 Minecraft failed certification

Bad news for people who aren’t content to only enjoy and experience Minecraft on their PCs, , , and . It’s looking like the PS4, Xbox One, and Vita versions might not make their August 2014 release window. While the fates of the Xbox One and Vita versions of Minecraft are still in the ether, more »

Nintendo eShop Update for August 21, 2014

You know, I’m not sure what to think about the Update these days. It’s getting too unpredictable. One week, the and eShops will be sorely lacking in terms of content, then the next there will be more amazing games than you can afford to pick up in a week. This week is leaning toward the more »