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Fighting a New Battle: Nintendo’s Real Intentions with the Wii U

I had an epiphany today which compelled me to write this article. Many people have questioned Nintendo’s decisions – both in the past (with the Wii) and currently with the Wii U. We know how it turned out for the Wii (best selling console, printing money, etc.) – and most people have finally gotten a hold of…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Wii U: Launch Day Impressions

As someone fortunate enough to be enjoying my Wii U on launch day, I feel it is my responsibility to tender my experience here for my fellow Review Lagooners since I know a lot of people are taking a “wait and see” approach to Nintendo’s new console. Therefore, I’ll take a very quick look at…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Ten Wii Guilty Pleasure Games Revealed

As the Wii ends its incredibly successful tenure as the best selling console, we have been throwing lists of great games you’ve never played. Now? Ten great “guilty pleasure” games on the Wii. What is a “guilty pleasure”? Well, it is either a game that is just SO BAD that it’s good – or it…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Review Lagoon’s E3 2012 Nintendo Predictions

By:  Alex J. Lopez,  alexjlopezmw@twitter, alexjlopezwmr@googleplus It’s hard to dispute that E3’s 2012 show pretty much belongs to Nintendo.  Riding high on the sudden interest in 3DS adoption (driven mainly by a big price cut and some key game releases), Nintendo averted going into E3 this year with the task of introducing a new system…

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Console Innovation: Personal Screen Trumps Motion

The genie is out of the bottle … along with bringing the Nintendo console up to (and possibly exceeding) current generation gaming specs with HD 1080p graphics and a robust online service (eluded by Big Reggie himself) – we have another new disrupter;  the personal screen on the Wii U controller. When I first heard…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Exploring Digital Distribution Part 4: Unsustainable Success Stories

Go to Part 3 In this multi-part article on Digital Distribution, we will explore various aspects of the digital distribution model along with successes, failures and speculate on the future of this model based on current and past trends. This series will be primarily aimed at video gaming and media such as film and television.…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Exploring Digital Distribution Part 3: Fact or Fiction?

Go to Part 2 In this multi-part article on Digital Distribution, we will explore various aspects of the digital distribution model along with successes, failures and speculate on the future of this model based on current and past trends. This series will be primarily aimed at video gaming and media such as film and television.…

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Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+

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Exploring Digital Distribution Part 2: Let the Sun Shine In

Go to Part 1 In this multi-part article on Digital Distribution, we will explore various aspects of the digital distribution model along with successes, failures and speculate on the future of this model based on current and past trends. This series will be primarily aimed at video gaming and media such as film and television.…

About Shane Monroe

Shane R. Monroe has been doing technical and social commentary writing for over 20 years. Google+