I finished "Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword" on Sunday. While it is only mildly noteworthy that I finished the game (I sometimes get distracted) it's more interesting where I finished the game; at home, on my couch. Very rarely do I actually play a handheld game in the comfort of my own home; that's where I play my console games.
Living in New York City, gaming daily on public transportation is easily one of the biggest advantages, as Multiplayer's own Stephen Totilo likes to highlight almost daily. However, my favorite place to play my DS isn't on the subway, it's on the train. Metro-North commuter trains have one of the best environments to play games; they're quiet, have comfy seating, and have very few distractions. Where's your favorite place to play handheld games?
"Bionic Commando" The Comic Book Announced: Plus some info on a "Lost Planet" comic, all part of a Newsarama interview that, in the comments, turns into a discussion of one of the few old games I'm still nostalgic for: "Strider."
DS Games The U.S. Won't Get: Gamertell takes a look at some of the great DS games that have been released outside the U.S. that won't ever see a stateside release.
Cory Barlog Interviewed By Mega64: Clearly, the most intense puppet-based interview Barlog's ever experienced.
"Postal" Movie Release Cut To Four Screens: Millions of movie-goers will be disappointed to learn that this coming weekend, Uwe Boll's "Postal" will only be on four screens. Guess you'll have to see "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" instead.
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