Painted Pixels
Keiichi Suzuki & Hirokazu Tanaka - Pollyanna (I Believe in You)
28 plays

Polllyanna (I Believe in You)
Mother
Famicom
Hirokazu Tanaka, Keiichi Suzuki

No crying until the end.

Nintendo - Rhythm Tengoku Gold Remix 10
14 plays

Remix 10
Rhythm Heaven
DS
Masami Yone

poisonedppress:

www.poisonedpenpress.com

toasty-coconut:

happy spook

I want. I want that please. Let me have it.

tinycartridge:

Great Ace Attorney trailer ⊟

Dying over here. The detective-work stuff! The art and animation look positively Ghost Trick-y. Sherlock Holmes in particular would fit right in. 

So that’s Tokyo Game Show, already worthwhile on the morning of day 1.

BUY Nintendo 2DS & 3DS/XL, upcoming games

browningtons:

What a good destiny review

どんな姿になっても、僕は僕

even with every new form i take, i will always retain my identity and remain myself

[x]

I miss fat Pikachu

thenintendard:

Nintendo Comic Peach > Any other Peach.

billytravers:

robotnicc:

Wade Watts and Art3mis sketches.  More to come.

Absolutely love these!

billytravers:

robotnicc:

Wade Watts and Art3mis sketches.  More to come.

Absolutely love these!

wilwheaton:

Editor’s Note: A few weeks ago our message board and general inbox were bombarded with demands we address something called the “GamerGate Scandal”, posts written with the urgency and rage one would associate with, say, discovering that Chipotle burritos are made entirely from the meat of human babies. It’s apparently a big deal in some circles, so we followed the links and read the piles of data presented, and had to stop and take a deep breath just to grasp it all. “Gentlemen,” we said amid the stunned silence, “do you realize that if what they’re saying is true, then this is still the most pointless fucking bullshit anyone has ever forced us to read?”

The “scandal” turned out to be an excuse for an Internet harassment campaign against a random indie game developer who, like many such targets, was a female and a feminist.

It was all sparked by a single forum post from a jilted ex-boyfriend, but the ensuing outrage was so fierce and relentless that the story made it all the way to The New Yorker. This kind of spontaneous shitstorm is depressingly common these days, so we reached out to Zoe Quinn to see what it’s like to be the Internet’s Most Hated Person (well, for a couple of weeks, anyway). Here’s what she told us.