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Dee Yun Dee Yun: (contact-deleteme[at]-deleteme-direman [dot] com) 2006-04-28 00:19:14


Nintendo announced that their upcoming console, the one everyone's been calling the Revolution, will actually be named Wii (pronounced 'we'). If you look at the logo it looks like they're trying to cash in on the whole 'i' craze. However, they failed to notice that the 'i' goes in front of stuff (iPod, iAudio) or that it sounds like a child's synonym for penis. Or urination. Crazy old Nintendo.

On the plus side, EA announced third-party full blown support for the Wii's "revolutionary" controller. Wii's (it sounds stupider everytime I write it) next Madden outing allows you to hike the ball by snapping the controller up. You pass the ball by making actual throwing motions toward the receivers (velocity determines the strength of the throw). Tilting the controller to either side will make ball carriers juke and tilting it forward will bust out a stiff-arm. I hope it'll play as cool as it sounds.

Toss in the Wii's purported low price and I'm really excited. I'm eagerly looking forward to playing with my Wii. I know my wife will derive great satisfaction from my Wii.

Now Playing - Dragon Quest VIII (PS2) and Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence (PS2, the new camera angle almost makes up for the horrid cutscenes)

Xbox Live Gamertag - Vawce

David Vargas David Vargas: (dave-deleteme[at]-deleteme-squishycomics [dot] com) 2006-04-28 23:42:55

In Case You're Wondering

Man, did I ever take a few steps backward with this strip. The excuse I give is that I was very ill and tired. The fact we know is that this strip visually sucks when compared to the other "2.0" strips.

Moving on, no matter how many words I type, I'm not really saying anything interesting. The daily grind of a 9-5 working stiff is hardly worth anything in the form of comedy or interest, unless you're highly creative... damn...

Anyway, enjoy the strip.

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