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The first blurry minutes of Ragnarok Online DS

The first moments of a new game can be awkward. Unless you're just tossed right in, which has its own problems, there's usually a bit of interfacing going on. Now imagine peering over someone else's shoulder as they fiddle around with that just-opened game. That's this video of Ragnarok Online DS,...

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Nintendo planning greater community features

It's not to say that the company hasn't been mindful of community features in the past. They've launched the Check Mii Out Channel, as well as the Everybody Votes Channel. Sure, they were flops, but it's good to know that Nintendo is at least trying. And Reggie wants us to know that Nintendo has...

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PSP Brite box art shows Wi-Fi Store

Sony has already confirmed the PSP Wi-Fi store is coming this Fall for Japan. The official box art for a November 30 US PSP Brite (a.k.a. PSP-3000) bundle also shows store functionality (via Amazon), indicating that the fall launch will be global and just in time to keep yourself distracted during...

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Wii Warm Up: Best online?

If Nintendo's got a weak point, it's the online capabilities of Wii games. Compared to other services, online gaming for Nintendo fans is definitely lacking, but at least these days, we actually have a few games that are online. It's an improvement! Which Wii game do you think has the best online...

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PSP Wi-Fi Store to launch in fall, PS3 Infrastructure mode announced

Someone at Sony is trying way too hard. Can you believe an ambitious young stooge has dared to decipher the mysterious toggle on the left side of the PSP? And wouldn't you know, the thing's a Wi-Fi switch! Now all hell's broken loose at Sony HQ, as the discovery has ushered in a new era of brite...

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New info on Tetris Party's game modes

Aside from learning about Balance Board support and when the game would be releasing on WiiWare, we haven't heard much about what's in the Tetris Party game. Well, other than Tetris. We all pretty much know what's going on with that. We now have some idea as to what gamers should expect from the...

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DS Fanboy Review: Disney Friends

No, this one isn't new, and it's probably not the kind of game most of you are looking for when you browse the racks, but if there are young gamers (or Disney freaks) in your life, Disney Friends is worth a second look. It's one of those games that's mystifying in its invisibility, the sort of thing...

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Getting free wi-fi at Starbucks

PSP owners should be familiar with Starbucks. For months, PSP owners were able to get free internet access at Starbucks throughout the country thanks to a deal between Sony and T-Mobile. Now that Starbucks has switched to AT&T as their wi-fi provider, how will PSP owners get free wi-fi on...

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Free DS Wi-Fi no more at McDonald's

Hey, remember when McDonald's and Nintendo teamed up to offer free Wi-Fi access for Nintendo DS players? No? Really? We thought it was kinda cool. Anyway, they're not doing it anymore, so just forget it. The contract between Nintendo and Wayport -- the internet provider for McDonald's in North...

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We Love Golf even more now that it supports online play

Do you notice something missing from the Japanese boxart of We Love Golf? Perhaps, say, a little blue circle indicating online play? Yes, it's true, the Japanese version of We Love Golf doesn't support Wi-Fi. But, fortunately for us, Camelot made some changes to the game. Nintendo Power recently...

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