I’d like it if in Dai Gyakuten Saiban, The Judge is there, looks exactly the same, mixes up Phoenix’s ancestor for Phoenix and constantly forgets he’s in a prequel game.
Please look at this
and if you don’t want Chorus Kids after watching this something is wrong with you
Today Nintendo launched a new Miiverse community called Camp Miiverse!
The rules are simple enough, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the next couple of weeks, Nintendo will post about a challenge for a game and you’ll need to post the results to Miiverse to complete it. This weekend the goal is to hit a Home Run in Wii Sports Club: Baseball, screenshot it, and either tag it as Team Mario or Team Zelda.
It’s almost reminiscent of Nintendo’s Camp Hyrule of yesteryear, just a little less flashy. No cabin sorting, camp map, or (as far as I can tell) prizes, but given where it’s being hosted, I think that we can let it slide.
Nintendo hasn’t had a virtual summer camp in a number of years, with fans attempting to recreate the experience to fill the void, so if you want to experience it from the real deal, this year you’ve got a good shot!
So if we assume every fighter in Smash 4 will have enemies in Smash Run, does that mean among the Goombas and Kremlings and Bronto Burts, we can expect to be attacked by a group of Glass Joes?
All right, I guess I ought to come clean
I’m not planning on doing Camp Hyrule this year. I think after 2 years of attempting to host it on Tumblr, there’s some kinks that need to be worked out with it. Reviving a virtual summer camp through a blogging site was a pretty big undertaking. Some things worked and some things didn’t. Talking it over with some of the counselors from last year, it seemed like the things that didn’t outweighed the things that did.
That’s not to say I’m giving up on hosting it, though! Just that I won’t be using Tumblr as a primary way of organizing it anymore. I definitely plan on reviving (re-reviving??) it through some other way for 2015. It might be something as simple as a forum, but I do still want to continue doing it. And of course, once things get more finalized I’ll post about it here.
Being that this is mostly organized by people scattered around the world with different work schedules, life schedules, and sleep schedules and not a community group within Nintendo, it’s a bit harder to pull it off behind-the-scenes. I think taking a break this year and regrouping for next year will give us a better focus on how to run things.
I am extremely grateful that there are people out there that enjoyed it these past two years! It fills me with great joy that I was able to create an experience for you to look forward to every year. It also fills me with great regret that I had to let you down at the last minute here.
Here’s to a fantastic CH 2k15!
A fun little game I call “Literal Game Titles”. Try to guess the game’s title that is literally shown in the video before its revealed!!
How to draw Kirby. Following the steps introduced by Kirby’s Adventure.