I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.
Granted, the 'final product' doesn't look like anything worth getting too worked up about, but still the concept's something a lot of Nintendo fans could get down with.
Miitomo's a free-to-start social experience built around Nintendo's Mii avatars. Users craft and wardrobe themselves (tapping into an array of virtual items) in Mii form while mingling with friends on the 'My Nintendo' network via Q&A mode.
Users can create Miis using Miitomo's editor, which is created in such a way that pics taken with a smartphone's camera or imported via Nintendo 3DS, or Wii U through a QR code can be re-worked back on the editor.
Nintendo additionally released a statement that a new virtual store with an amassed catalog of 2,000 games (purchasable w/Nintendo account for play with 3DS or Wii U) will be opening March 31st.
At surface level the widespread problem with The Division seems simple enough: players deck their backpacks out to kingdom come, only to log on later to find their uber-customized backpacks empty, and then shortly after their characters locked out from logging back in altogether.
Controllers must be flying across rooms like uncontrolled helicopters, shattering TV screens right and left right now. The amount of frustration endured by any gamer out there that has to deal with an accidental restart, an unsaved 'boss kill' before dying, is enough to crush the most reasonable temperaments. Plain and simple, it just sucks to devote time and energy towards something that up 'n vanishes out of nowhere.
Mauricio Plaza put up a video that depicts the 'bug' in all of its evil glory, firsthand:
Let's just hope Ubisoft Massive patches up this madness soon.
Join a global celebration on October 26th as we kick off the highly anticipated launch of Halo 5: Guardians with Halo 5: LIVE, a 6-hour live broadcast streaming exclusively on YouTube. The broadcast is jam-packed with exclusive gameplay reveals, celebrity appearances, live interviews with 343 Industries, special tune-ins from around the world, and much more. Halo 5: LIVE begins at 6PM EDT on Oct. 26 and culminates at midnight when Halo 5: Guardians goes on sale in North America (show time is 3PM - 9PM PDT)
So, if whatever store you're waiting in line at has free wifi, maybe you can watch this on your phone instead of talking to your neighbor.