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February 21, 2011
Daemion had his first big Video Game Review yesterday of the game ExciteBots: Trick Racing. We would like for you guys to check it out. Here is a link to get you there. [ExciteBots Review]
Also, if any of you have a Nintendo Wii, ask one of your parents if they can find out what your Friend Code is and bring it back to school to exchange for Daemions code. That way everyone can send messages back and forth about what games they have that can be played online. Then maybe one day some of you will able to play with or against Daemion in an online match.
Make sure to take a look around and tell us what you think. Also, if it's okay with Miss Tang, maybe you could write down the web address to take home and show your parents. Have a great day and remember to do what your teacher says. :)
-Holly, Dustin (Daemions' mommy and daddy)
Hamburg, Germany – February 21, 2011 – A lovely, mellow atmosphere can now pervades every living room with ‘Cozy Fire’ on the WiiWare™ service. Wii™ users have a variety of logs and wood to choose from and can stack them up using the Wii Remote™ controller. When you strike a match, the room will be filled with a comforting crackling sound and you will now have to stoke the fire and keep adding more logs as you would in real life so that it does not die down and keeps burning. If you are looking for total relaxation, more wood will automatically be placed on the fire in the ‘Butler mode’. You can also select ‘Non-stop mode’ where the logs do not burn down, so you never have to add new ones to the fire.
Toys R Us - Super Mario Bros. All-Stars Limited Edition with free Mario t-shirt pre-order (Wii, $29.99, free shipping, ships March 13th)
Posted by My Little Gamer at 3:20 PM
Not everyone is cut out to be a president, but every Wii™ and Nintendo DSi™ user must act as commander-in-chief of his or her own gaming republic. On this Presidents Day holiday, Nintendo recommends reaching across the aisle in the spirit of bipartisanship, creating harmony between new and classic titles, puzzle games and platformers, sprawling console adventures and crisp hand-held challenges. Start with the fantasy-fueled fun of Faxanadu, a memorable RPG from the NES™ era making its appearance on the Virtual Console™ service. Test your resolve even further with a demo version of the action-filled Rage of the Gladiator for the WiiWare™ service, available to download for zero Wii Points™. Most importantly, boost your diplomacy by sharing your favorite WiiWare and Nintendo DSiWare™ game recommendations with friends and spreading fun throughout the 50 states and beyond.
First off, let me say that Daemion and I have been having a blast with writing up the Review and making the Blog this week. We have met some really cool people, and have got some great help from friends of ours(you know who you are!). It has also been a major challenge coming up with a way for Daemion to score these games without just coming up with one number rating. My wife and I really wanted the scores to mean a little more than just one number pulled from Daemions head. Games have many different reasons why they score what they score on review sites. And we really wanted to try and keep the same style of the big review sites, but change it up a bit for the kids and parents. So instead of going the easy route with one simple rating, we figured we should go full force with our own little twist. When you first look at the scoring(below), some of you will notice there is a "Wow Factor" section instead of the usual "Presentation" section you might find on some review sites(IGN, GameSpot etc..)