MYFOX8 A video posted to YouTube shows a massive crowd of apparent Pokemon Go players rushing into Central Park.
The “stampede” took place Thursday night and involved hundreds of people around the edge of Central Park who were rushing after a highly-sought Pokemon, according to the video’s YouTube description.
In the popular game, some digital monsters are more desirable than others. The players rushing into the park were looking for a rare “Vaporeon,” according to the video’s uploader. Continue reading
Robin Williams posted a final Instagram two weeks before dying in a apparent suicide..
The black-and-white image simply depicts the Mrs Doubtfire actor with his daughter Zelda, one of the three children he leaves behind.
Williams wrote, “#tbt and Happy Birthday to Ms. Zelda Rae Williams! Quarter of a century old today but always my baby girl. Happy Birthday @zeldawilliams Love you!” Continue reading
Nintendo officially apologized for not recognizing same-sex relationships in a life-simulator video game. The game maker said that while it was too late to change the current game, it would include it in future versions – if they’re produced.
“We apologize for disappointing many people by failing to include same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life,” Nintendo said in a statement released Friday. “Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to change this game’s design, and such a significant development change can’t be accomplished with a post-ship patch.”
Hiroshi Yamauchi, former Nintendo president who created classic video games such as Super Mario, Zelda, and Donkey Kong, has died. He was 85.
Los Angeles. Twilight actress Ashley Greene arrives for the People’s Choice Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on January 11, 2012.
3-D is hotter than ever right now, and Nintendo is making sure they stay current with all of the other competition…
Kyoto-based Nintendo announced their new 3-D gaming device, which is temporarily being called the Nintendo 3DS, is scheduled to launch during the coming fiscal year ending March 31, 2011. The new system will also play current Nintendo DS games, and the best part- NO glasses will be needed for the 3DS!
Fellow competitor “Sony”, has plans to upgrade its PlayStation 3 console to play 3-D games with a free software upgrade, but consumers will have to buy a new television and glasses to play 3-D games at home.
In a brief and unexpected statement, Nintendo released no additional information about the coming device’s price or functionality. The company said it would provide more details in June at the videogame industry’s annual E3 convention held in Los Angeles.