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Legend of Zelda Parody Video "Shit Navi Says" Features Impressive 3D Effects.

Once again our good friends of at MegaSteakMan have released another impressive short film, this one is titled "Shit Navi Says." If you're a fan of the Legend of Zelda, you should definitely check this out. Even if you're not (what the hell is wrong with you?), you should watch just for the incredible realistic 3D Skulltula they built.

 

Nintendo Confirms Two Wii U Titles

Glorious of days! We got some big confirmation from big N today, regarding certain E3 Wii U rumours.

Nintendo confirmed with website Eurogamer, that both Super Mario Bros. and Pikmin 3 will be unveiled at this year’s E3 convention in June. Shigeru Miyamotto spilled the beans in a recent interview with a Spanish news outlet. I’d hate to be the translator for that conversation.

Assassin's Creed Wii U details surface

 

A few weeks ago, we told you that Assassin’s Creed III would be making its way onto the Nintendo Wii U. Today, we can answer the question on everyone’s mind, how will the controller be integrated into the gameplay?  

The latest issue of Nintendo Power has listed several features the touch screen controller will utilize in the forthcoming iteration of Assassin’s Creed.  The controller will act as the gateway to the Animus, where key details will appear on the screen. 

Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack Teases Of A Popular IP Returning Soon

This could be yet another set-up for major disappointment, but Silicon Knights honcho Denis Dyack is once again making some moderately bold claims about the company. No, Dyack has yet to completely lose his mind as he hasn’t gone on a popular message board to post something that only a 12 year-old troll would do, but he has instead made a tease about a supposedly major project his studio is working on.

TL;DR - Mar 23 - Mohawks, Prey 2, Adventure Time!

 

Happy Friday fellow Shogunites! The week, as long as it may have felt, has finally concluded its grind. Its time to kick back, relax, and dig into whatever game you’re currently working your way through… unless you’re the going out on Friday night kind, in which case: Happy Saturday! Today’s TL;DR offers up some exciting news for the DS in the form of an Adventure Time game. Ubisoft is making plans to shave heads and tattoo attendees at PAX East (exciting!), and some GDC cancellations have the internet talking games that might be canned.

Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses [Impressions]

As you were probably already aware, from the interview, contest, and numerous nods in our nightly TL;DR segment, last night was the premier for the Vancouver showing of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. Along with the contest winners, I was able to attend the show last night and experience the event first hand. It was inspiring enough of a spectacle that I figured I’d give you guys a brief wrap-up of everything that went down.

TL;DR - Mar 14 - Baldur's Countdown, Sega, Dynasty Warriors 3DS

Another late night edition of the TL;DR segment, though this one with good reason! Earlier tonight I got to attend The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, so I was a little bit late getting back to my desk. None the less! There is new information for you today in the form of: Sega joining forces to provide their ‘top games’ on Origin. The Baldur’s Gate teaser site has received an update, in countdown form, and Samus and Link will be playable characters on the 3DS version of Dynasty Warriors.

TL;DR - Mar 13 - DFA Final Tally, Sonic 4: Ep 3, XBL Outage

It looks like tonight I’m doing a super-late edition of our evening meet-up friends. But don’t you fear, a new TL;DR is here! Also, that rhymed, so I should get bonus points. In today’s TL;DR I recap a couple of things that broke my little fan boy heart: Sonic 4 is apparently not getting a third episode, and Xbox Live was killing achievements through-out the day. The good news? Mr. Schafer has wrapped up his quest to fund a new adventure game with a cool 3.3 million.

Kid Icarus: Uprising Hands-on [GDC 2012]

In what was, by far, the largest showing at the Nintendo booth, Kid Icarus: Uprising was being shown in three distinct demonstrations: The first, of course, was of the single-player campaign, allowing players the chance to play three chapters of the game’s story mode. The second was a slice of the multiplayer experience, allowing gamers to try out the “Light vs. Dark” game competitive/team game mode.

Mario Tennis Open Hands-on [GDC 2012]

Having spent time with Sega yesterday, it seemed fitting to drop-in on their 90s rivals Nintendo. The offerings on the showfloor of GDC were primarily (entirely) focused on a push for the software on the Nintendo 3DS including this month’s release of Kid Icarus, and the upcoming Mario Tennis sequel.

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