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Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review: Cuteness on Rails

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Price: System(s): Wii U Release Date: February 20, 2015 Publisher (Developer): Nintendo ESRB Rating: “Everyone” for Mild Cartoon Violence Kirby has always been the character I turn to when I want to relax and unwind. I want to look at pretty colors, listen to nice music, and play without worrying more »

Infinite Crisis March update includes login rewards, upgraded AI

Get ready for battle with a whole bunch of new upgrades in Infinite Crisis. Turbine wants you to log in every day, and now you’ll get rewards for doing so. They’ll include things like Crisis Coins and shiny new costumes for your champions. Log in, play on and rack up. Players who battle the AI more »

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The Kirby Amiibo (almost) breaks Kirby and the Rainbow Curse

The Kirby Amiibo is adorable. The Meta Knight Amiibo is badass, and also kind of adorable. The King Dedede Amiibo, which I was lucky enough to pick up yesterday, is also freakin’ adorable. I’m gushing. I love these things. I even took a nice picture of them, because they’re the focus of this post. I’m more »

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Flipnote Studio 3D appears, takes Club Nintendo down again

Because the servers for the Club Nintendo are maintained by baby sloths, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to know the site is down again. What caused the problem this time? The official release of Flipnote Studio 3D, of course. Those little guys couldn’t stand against that kind of pressure. Especially since they’re in the middle of more »

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Yes, Flipnote Studio 3D is delayed again

In news that should surprise no one, Flipnote Studio 3D has been delayed again. Which is only fitting, since it was first announced back in 2013. What’s a few more weeks? Flipnote Studio 3D is the going away present for all Club Nintendo users. We were supposed to see it doled out this week. It more »

I love when Danganronpa lies to me

Quick! Why do you like games? You’re reading Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel, so you do like games, right? But why do you? I’m sorry; I’ve tricked you. I already know why you like games. It’s the same reason virtually anyone likes games, myself included. Games are the only form of mass media that give viewers control over more »

Malfunction: Transformers Universe shutting down

There apparently are limits to the pop culture pull of the Transformers. The Jagex MOBA based on our favorite robots in disguise is going the way of Unicron after less than a year. It will close Jan. 31, 2015 and no new accounts are being accepted. Players who purchased a founders pack, relic bundles or more »

Swamp Thing ready to save nature in Infinite Crisis

Swamp Thing, DC Comics’  vigilant guardian of all things natural, will be available to play in Turbine’s Infinite Crisis MOBA Dec.17. Dr. Alec Holland was experimenting with a chemical that might have solved the world’s food crisis. But bad guys attempted to steal his discovery, triggering a lab explosion. Since this is a comic book more »

Outland Review: Pretty backgrounds, ugly controls

Outland Price: $9.99 System(s): PC (Also on PS3 and Xbox 360) Release Date: September 29, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Housemarque (Housemarque) ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+ for Fantasy Violence PC ports of console games are awesome, since you sometimes can’t always afford the newest consoles. Plus, sometimes you can get better quality on the PC. However, Outland is a games that more »

4 Games to play during the Extra Life 24 hour marathon

Extra Life game day will soon be upon us. The epic gaming marathon fundraiser hosts an official game day every year so that participants can play their way through their marathon with friends. In some cases, Extra Lifers hold events on game day to create an even greater sense of community. Certain gaming venues even more »

PlayStation Home shutting down March 31, 2015

The end is nigh. People who loved the Sony equivalent of Second Life are, well, probably going to have to move on to Second Life. PlayStation Home now has an expiration date. The news of PlayStation Home’s impending demise isn’t surprising. While it was an open, welcoming community, Sony never really seemed to figure out more »

These are Virtuix’s first four Omni games

A while back, I talked a bit about the Virtuix Omni, one of the first fully immersive gaming platforms. Players use a headset like the Oculus Rift (), and the Omni’s most important part, its platform that you walk on with specially designed shoes. The Virtuix Omni allows people to walk naturally in virtual reality, more »