Had a fire at school today, you can get more info by finding me on Facebook (Tapfs Connors). So, I'm home early. Thought I'd get a review done with the time I have but I got nothing. If you guys want to recommend a game for me to review, I'd really appreciate it. Not even sure anyone really reads my reviews anyways. Might just end it if I run out of ideas. :(
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Been a while since my last review, so I made a nice little Tetris review for you all. :) Also, I'm taking requests for reviews, so any game you'd like me to review I'll do (even non-Gameboy. I'm bound to break that barrier for reviews someday :D). Have a good Sunday everyone! Cheers!

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Not much else to say, just want you all to know I'm still here and ready to review! Recommend some if you'd like! Cheers!
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Ah, Tamagotchi. A hugely popular virtual pet game made on many little LCD toys back in the day. There was a gameboy game made, and the review is coming tomorrow! Stay tuned!
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Gameboy World fans, the day has come! We now have a facebook page! As of now, all reviews and news updates will be viewable from facebook, so get on our page and like it! Steam group coming soon! Cheers!
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Today's review is Super Mario Land! Give it a read!

PLEASE NOTE: New Reviews will now come on weekends, I'm really busy during the week. If you'd like to help me with the site, I can try to do reviews daily, but I'm too busy during the week to do reviews. However, I'll do 2-3 reviews per weekend, so I'll still be doing reviews, just not during the week. :)

I also need help with the news section of the site, trying to find news, do reviews, and update the site regularly is hard for one guy to do, so the news section here may be a bit lacking on the gaming news, but as always I'll try my best to get some news from time to time. :)

Also, If you play on Steam or are on Facebook, feel free to add me! I need friends! (I only have like 10 on Steam and about 30 on Facebook lol)
So feel free to add me! I'll be adding a Steam Group and Facebook Group for GBW soon! Cheers!
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Minor update, nothing too big here. Just wanted to let you all know that even though I haven't made a review in a few days I'm still here and I'll be doing a review tomorrow. If you haven't seen my other 2 new reviews I've made, check 'em out. Cheers!
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    I agree that it is true that Nintendo's future new games are easily predictible, and Gamespot editor, Tom Mc Shea, agrees as well. 
    
    He says that "Coming soon to a Wii U near you are the latest iterations of franchises that anyone who has a mild interest in the industry saw coming a mile away. Nintendo's hallowed Tokyo studio tries its hand at another Mario platformer, Eiji Aonuma vows to "rethink the conventions of Zelda" in his latest attempt to top Ocarina of Time, Yoshi enters a world that looks strikingly like Kirby's Epic Yarn and Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros. add more fuel to the flames of friendly competition."
    
    Could Nintendo be running out of ideas? I feel that Nintendo needs to attempt to create a new franchise that will make the Wii U a more popular console, as it seems current Wii owners don't want to move up to the new Wii U as it's not much of a jump from the Wii and most of the titles coming out for Wii U are of franchises that the Wii already has. With the Wii being dirt cheap these days and gamers being light on money these days, Nintendo has to come up with something new or they face being shrugged off as just another game company. I know that they are more than that.

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Good to see some new Mario games announed for the Wii U!

According to IGN editor Andrew Goldfarb, "Nintendo has confirmed that the next Super Smash Bros. game, a new 3D Mario game and a Mario Kart for the Wii U will all make their debut at E3 2013."

He goes on to say that "During a Nintendo Direct conference this morning, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said he’s aware that Nintendo fans have been waiting for more news on the next Smash Bros. game and confirmed that the “first screens” will be shown at E3. Iwata said development is “on track” for both Wii U and 3DS and asked fans to “wait just a little bit longer” for their first look at the ambitious sequel."

Sounds good over in the land of Nintendo! I'll keep you posted when more information about these games are released!

Cheers!

-Chris (site owner)

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My first real bit of gaming news and the first time I've ever talked about anything NOT about Gameboy on the site (what a milestone!), the highly anticipated Elder Scrolls Online is now accepting Beta Sign-ups for its first round of Beta Testers! Sign up today and pray to Talos you'll get picked! Cheers!
SIGN UP HERE: www.elderscrollsonline.com
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