It’s time for Episode 98 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses common area huts, Apple recycling, Diablo III on Game Boy, and Kurt Angle battle raps John Cena! Continue reading “Interior Huts Apple-Cycling DiabloGB MC Angle – WIRed #98”
With the recent release of the next installment/first expansion of the ‘Diablo III’ saga, ‘Reaper of Souls,’ I’m almost positive that the first thought of many a gamer was WHEN WILL IT BE RELEASED ON THE GAME BOY. You know, that same Game Boy that debuted in 1989 and was retired by Nintendo in 2003. But still, WHAT THE HECK, NINTENDO?!?! Anyway, even though the Game Boy port doesn’t exist, South Korea blogger Laptick decided to create the thing on his own. Well, he did at least create the packaging, as well as the physical Game Boy cartridge. Continue reading “‘Diablo III: Reaper of Souls’ Game Boy Version Isn’t Always Online or Real…”
It’s time for Episode 95 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses classic (but fake) architect selfies, carrier-free SIM cards in Holland, a fan-made Mother collection on Wii, and pro wrestling’s greatest factions! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “ArchSelfies Free SIMs Mother Wii Factions – WIRed #95”
The classic Super Nintendo game EarthBound (titled Mother 2 in Japan) holds a special place in the hearts of many gamers. The problem with being said-fan of the game is that despite the clamor for it, Nintendo has never OFFICIALLY released Mother — often regarded as Earthbound Zero, due its cancelled plans to be released locally for the North American NES system –or Mother 3 on the Game Boy Advance outside of Japan — even though a faction of die-hard fans translated the ENTIRETY of Mother 3 from Japanese to English THEMSELVES and released it as a ROM hack in 2008 that I personally may-or-may-not have played… Continue reading “‘Mother/Earthbound’ Fan Compiles All Three Games for Wii”
If was possible for the fallen angel Satan (a.k.a. Lucifer) to have designed the most frustrating, challenging, and impossible video game of all time, I’m fairly certain it would be Takeshi’s Challenge. Originally released on the Nintendo Family Computer (or Famicom, the Japanese variant of the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES) in Japan on December 10th, 1986, and became renowned for it’s unrelenting difficulty.
Remember when your lovely piece of new tech hotness ran like the wind on day one? If your answer is yes, then it’s probably not so fast nowadays. That doesn’t mean you can’t restore it to its former glory. Whether it’s your desktop, laptop, or mobile device, here are 10 great ways to speed up your slow technology (which do NOT include going to some scam website you saw on a television commercial; DO NOT GO TO THOSE SITES, please). Continue reading “Lifehacker’s Top 10 Ways to Speed Up Your Slow Technology”