28w ago - Following up on the previous Nintendo Wii U hacking news, today console hacker and mod-chip developer Marcan42 of fail0verflow has shared a Wii U teaser video via 0xf0f on YouTube demonstrating The Homebrew Channel below.
To quote: "We finally have a YouTube channel and we thought we'd kick things off with a little teaser:
Keep in mind that this is purely a demonstration at this stage. Depending on how things progress and what direction development takes, we may or may not release something like this in this form. Please don't ask for release dates. We'd rather spend time investigating the new system than putting together a release that may or may not end up being the Right Way to do things in the future.
Please ignore the blue blinks. The monitor kind of sucks at syncing to component video sometimes. I would've used HDMI, but the Wii U cannot output analog audio simultaneously with HDMI (at least not for the Wii U menu part), and I cannot capture HDMI audio."
On the Wii U specs, Marcan Tweeted the following:...
89w ago - Sega's Associate Digital Brand Manager Ben Harborne has shared two videos today as part of double Dreamcast PSN Tuesday, which showcase both Sega Bass Fishing and Space Channel 5 Part 2 below.
To quote: Space Channel 5 Part 2 will be boogieing into the PlayStation Store later on today along with SEGA Bass Fishing - can you say Double Dreamcast Tuesday? Pick up either one for a smooth $10 each. Man, that's refreshing.
SEGA Bass Fishing has been an arcade favorite for years, gobbling up quarters since 1998 here in the US. Bass Fishing then caused quite a splash when it launched with the Dreamcast on 9/9/99 - a day very dear to all of us Dreamcast fans.
In terms of gameplay, Bass Fishing is surprisingly easy to pick up and get into, and it keeps you coming back for more with layers of depth added by the different fishing conditions and locations. Cast out in 8 different locations and lure in the biggest, baddest bass. Want to look like a pro? Use your Move controller!
If you're fishing in the morning try a surface lure. If you're fishing in the middle of the day, use a heavier lure to drop down to the cooler waters and pick up the prize bass you've been...