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Big Smile Reviews: Madworld

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Question: What's black, white and red all over?

Answer: Madworld for the Nintendo Wii!

Diifii is here to take a look at the most violent Wii game made to date! He'll take you through the basic combat controls, environmental death traps and of course finish moves.

What do you think of Madworld? Would this game translate well to other consoles? Is Nintendo trying to attract more hardcore and adult gamers?

Big Smile Reviews: Animal Crossing Online

After a month on the shelf, Diifii and some of his YouTube subscribers head online to check out Animal Crossing for the Wii!

There's buried treasure, suspense, a guy named Sergio and of course plenty of frog on game action.

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Wii gets Street with some hardware add-ons

While most who do Grafitti have run ins with the cops, paint all over their hands, and criminal records. The Wii has given those who are not quite ready to trade in their khaki's for that bad boy image a chance to paint all over walls. The WiiSpray originally designed about two years ago has been getting more attention as of late as the ability to save and collaborate on works of art has improved. The ability to network your art and have others add to it has brought the invention back in the lime light backed by a major player in the graff scene Montana paints.

 

Nike x Wii Collaboration

After collaborating with PlayStation on more than a few kicks in past years. Nike has now hooked up with Nintendo to create three very appealing sneakers. Combining efforts on the; air max 95, air force 2, and the blazer models. We can see some nice tone usage and interesting use of materials, and with retail prices within 119.99 range they are worth a look. The blazer and air force 2 are available now at select sneaker shops while the air max 95 is set to drop at Footaction in the near future.

Dj Hero Website Goes Live

Well I'm pretty much keeping my hopes down for the Dj rhythm games  that are about to drop. We just did a story about Scratch: The Ultimate Dj made by 7 Studios and my initial impressions were less then impressed. All right i'll say it the new game trailer sucked and my Dj soul died a little.

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