By: choke Apr 21, 2011 | 6 Comments
Top 5 Anticipated 3DS games - contest entry
I havent owned a handheld gaming system since the Game Boy. That being said, here's my entry
1) High School Musical 3DS - With an option to eliminate Zac Efron and all the other male characters in the show from the game. Stop Vanessa Hudgen's nude pics from leaking! Help Ashley Tisdale get fitted into her cheerleading uniform! (Hellcats crossover FTW). Explore lesbian themes! Do homework. Sing songs. Mature audiences only.
PS. For jimmy there will be an option to eliminate the female characters.
2) 5 Hour Energy 3DS - Oh no! You only have 2 hours to get ready for work AND read the newspaper. Find the 5 Hour Energy hidden in your cupboard in order to relax. Find the 4 Loko instead and play a bonus game of "Where did I hide the murdered hooker?" Rating: Everyone
3) Guy with a gun on a decimated planet attacked by Hostiles 3DS part 8 - just to get this over with because you know it's coming by the 5th month of the 3DS being out. Rating: People who don't get tired of the same thing
4) Ke$ha presents - I am the Dance Commander and I Command You to Dance 3DS - self explanatory. The future of music presents the future of gaming. Unicorns, lasers, Jack Daniels, HOT FUCKING TUNES. Must buy
5) Final Fantasy Presents the Sleep Chronicles Online 3DS - For those nights you have insomnia
By: goukijones Apr 17, 2011 | 17 Comments
We're giving away a brand new copy of Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition for the Nintendo 3DS to a random Gouki.com member. Read the Rules Jimmy.
Ok so here's the deal, we at Gouki.com want to know what games you are most excited about for the Nintedno 3DS. Unannounced or announced, perhaps there is a title that you would love to see made for the 3DS. Write a story about your Top 5 3DS most anticipated games. Be creative. Take your time. The contest ends on April 30th 2011.
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On May 1st 2011 Gouki.com Editors will chose a winner and mail the game to you that day. USPS Style!
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I bought mine on launch day, and here's what I think.
Nintendo's new 3DS. We've all been wondering and speculating as to how this was going to turn out, but now it's here and I've got mine. As you all know by now the 3DS is essentially a DS with a 3D top screen. It's graphics have been upddated, and the control layout has been changed slightly. We've now got an analog thumbstick and a "home" button.
Much like the Wii the 3DS has a home menu with different "channels" as pictured above. You've got a 3 built in cameras. Two on the outside, and one on the inside that can be used to take pictures in either 2D or 3D. The 3D slider on the top screen of the console can be used to adjust the 3D effect from only slightly 3D to "WHOAH HOLY CRAP THIS IS BUGGING OUT MY EYES!" 3D, or if you don't like it all, it can be turned off entirely.
Enough with all of the boring specs. You wanna know what you get with this thing. As pictured above you can see the 6 altered reality cards that you get with your console. The five character cards all pretty much do the same thing. The character depicted on the card will pop out of it and you can then move them around in your house or wherever you are, and it looks like the charcters chillin with you. It's really cool. You can change their size and poze with a few pre rendered selections. It's fun taking pictures of you and your friends hanging out with Link or Kirby. The "?" block card is a little different though. You place it on your table or whatever and it actually starts up a target shooting minigame that takes place wherever you are.
The 3DS also comes built in with a sound studio where you can record your voice and edit it. Doing things like making it play backwards, putting filters on it, messing with the speed, and altering the pitch. It's a cool thing to mess with. You also get the game called face raiders. In face raiders you take a picture of either your face, or a picture of somebodies face around you and shoot it. You look through your 3DS screen into your house or room and attack little flying faces. Also a lot more fun that it sounds.
Also much like the wii you can make Mii's on your 3DS. They haven't changed much if at all from the wii versions, but you can take a picture of yourself and have the 3DS fill in the facial features for you if you want. While this sounds cool I haven't had much luck with it. It's hard to get it to read your face at times, and the times I got it to work it wound up looking nothing like me or my friends, but that's just me I guess. Other's have had more luck with it.
There's also the new street pass feature which is cool to use with your friends, but i haven't had any luck running into a random stranger with my 3DS yet so... maybe that one will come into play more as more consoles sell. And one final feature of the 3DS is the friend codes. They're back, but wih the 3DS you can actually see when your friends are online... not that that really does anything for you. You can't message them or anything, but that might show up later as well.
Overall I'm very satisfied with my 3DS the $250.00 price tag is a bit out of range for a lot of people considering it's only a handheld, but that's the same price the wii when it was launched, but I think the 3DS has much more potential. The graphics are phenomanal, the games announced for it are amazing, and everything I've heard about it so far has been good news.
VERDICT: BUY IT!
On to bigger and better things though.
I've played a few of the launch titles for the 3DS, but this is definitely the one to own. We've all seen countless reviews on SSFIV and honestly not much has changed, and that's.... a good thing.
I was a bit weary about buying SSFIV 3D edition considering that I already own the better version on the console, but it's awesome. Almost nothing has been left out of this port. The only thing that has been forgotten was the Japanese voice option, but honestly that's understandable. Trial mode, online, bonus stages, arcade, and even the first 2 alts for all of the vanilla charcters are there, and the first alt for each super character are there. This game has it all.
GRAPHICS: SSFIV 3D editon looks great. It might not be quite as good looking as the console versions, but for a handheld it looks fantastic. It's definitely one of the best looking handheld ports I've ever seen. The only draw back is the static backgrounds, but even that isn't really too big of a deal. The 3D really makes the characters pop out, and it makes the menus look awesome. Everything kind of layers out and stands on top of eachother and that's cool
SOUND: It's the same. it's all here. There's a glitch at the drive-in at night where it'll only loop through a 16 second sound clip, and that can get annoying, but just turn your sound off for the fight and enjoy the game.
I'm not really going to go through any more of the specifics because honestly. This is the console version portable. There's really not much more to say about it. If you like the console version and you buy a 3DS, you're going to like this game. The online is good. I've played about 50 matches and only a couple of them have lagged so far. The control stick takes some getting used to, but it works out in the end.
The new over the shoulder view is cool to mess around with, but if you're a hardcore player you're not going to like it at all. It's too hard to tell where your spacing is, and it makes pokes almost impossible. If you're a hardcore player I'd say try it out,but don't try any serious training with it or you'll just get frustrated.
Even the achievements are back. Do they do anything? no, but they're there. The new street pass figurine fighting mode is something I can't really comment on at this time because I haven't gotten to fight anybody that way yet. On the upside the figures are kind of cool to look at, and If you don't wanna mess with it you don't have to.
VERDICT: BUY IT!
It's the same game only portable, and while that might not sound very cool to some, it actually is.
Jimmy Notes, and a few extra tidbits:
- Good graphics
- Good sound/speakers
- Altered reality games are fun and innovative
- Not many good launch titles
- Internet browser/Netflix not yet usable
SSFIV 3D edition Pro's:
- Good graphics
- It's SSFIV
- Good sound
- It's SSFIV
- everything's still there
- IT'S SSFIV!!!!!
- Not really anything new
- static backgrounds
- Music Glitch
The 3DS and SSFIV 3D edition are both fantastic. If you have the extra money and you're thinking of picking them up then do it. You won't be disapointed.
BUY IT! BUY IT! BUY IT!\
There's a lot to cover when talking about a brand new console so I probably missed some stuff. If you have any questions just ask in the comments and I'll get back to you.
Let us know what you think. Don't be a Jimmy!
By: iorilamia Mar 14, 2011 | 6 Comments
US commercial for SSF4 3DS released, with a very familiar voice to the fighting game community...
RedRapper is featured in the comercial spotlifght for 3D ssf4. This may not be exciting to some (specially if you are not a fan of his work) but it is pretty cool. He has done a lot of songs for the fighting game community, most known for his Evo 2010 finals rap. Congrats to him. I like it, the song fits well with the commercial, short and sweet. Check it out and leave your comments below.
Video Uploaded by http://www.youtube.com/user/CapcomUnityVideos
Red Rappers Youtube Channel toc heck out more of his works - http://www.youtube.com/user/redrapper
Here's the one of the first unboxing videos of the Nintendo 3DS, which also shows clear footage of the final build of Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition!
I'm really impressed with the graphics that the 3DS can output.
the over the shoulder view in this game really gives SSF4 a fresh and unique look and feel.
the 3DS will indeed be the next big thing.
so what do you guys think? comment and rate dont be a jimmy
Yoshinori Ono recently did an interview with Gamespot talking about how Super Street Fighter 4 3D Edition came about. He also goes into details about the pass mode. Check it out.
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
Desk has uploaded to videos of him Demoing the new Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition. This goes into details of Simple Mode. Showcasing things like impossible charge moves and standing 720 ultras. Check it out!
Tell us what you think in the comments. Is Simple Mode too easy? How will this work with wireless battles?
Don't be a Jimmy
Source: Desk's Youtube Channel
By: Cinderkin Jan 19, 2011 | 10 Comments
Super Street Fighter IV 3DS has been released in Japan. We have some gameplay videos, interview with Yoshinori Ono, and some screen shots. Check it out!
SSF4 3DS is a direct port of the 360 and PS3 version with some added features only found in the 3DS. Check out this gameplay video showing what the 3DS version has to offer. Things like Spectator view are looking quite nice.
Here is a clip of producer Yoshinori Ono:
Also there are a few screen shots below showing off the game screen and how they implemented the sinple mode for new players.
Check out some of the information detailing SSF4 3DS.
• Online / Local WiFi Multiplayer – Fight your friends around the world or in the same room with the only title to utilize the full capabilities of Nintendo’s online network at launch.
• 35 Playable Characters – Play as a huge array of fighters ranging from classic world warriors like Ryu, Ken, Guile and Chun Li to the newly added Hakan and Juri.
• Figurine Mode – The collectible meta-game features figurines of iconic characters in a brand-new addition to the Street Fighter franchise. When passing by another Nintendo 3DS owner, your chosen figurines will automatically battle via StreetPass. Next time you play the game you can view the results and collect your loot.
• 3D Mode – A new over-the-shoulder camera option has been added, offering an exciting new perspective of the action.
• Game Sharing – Play a game with a friend using the ever-popular Ryu, even when they don’t have a cartridge!
• Be A Spectator – With the Spectator Mode, use your own Nintendo 3DS to watch your friends battle it out live.
• Lite/Pro Control Modes – By utilizing a customizable touch screen interface, two new optional control schemes have been added to allow new players to pull off challenging moves with ease (Lite) and veterans to better access button combinations such as throws and three punches (Pro).
Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
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