There are different types of gamers – there are those who play games as a means to pass time or when they have a little bit of spare time, then there are those who play games all day either competitively or professionally. Now for the most part, Nintendo has catered to casual gamers and if you’ve ever played Nintendo games, you’ll know to be true.
However it seems that Nintendo could be shifting their focus from the casual gamer to the core gamer, or at least that’s what Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto seems to be hinting at. According to an interview with Miyamoto in the latest issue of Edge, Miyamoto seemed to be saying that Nintendo could be shifting their focus onto core gamers. Read full post →Nintendo Could Be Shifting Their Focus Towards The Core Gamer
NimbleBit’s “Tiny” series is oddly addictive to play and if you’re a little of Tiny Tower and Tiny Death Star, you might be interested to learn that NimbleBit has since released a new tower simulator, except that this time it will task players to build a casino in Tiny Tower Vegas. The gameplay will be similar to that of Tiny Tower and Tiny Death Star.
Gamers will be able to build up a tower and with each level, gamers will be able to choose what kind of unit to build, depending on their needs and if they’re hoping to get some kind of achievement. The residents in the towers can be hired to work in the shops to help speed things along. Read full post →NimbleBit Releases Tiny Tower Vegas For iOS And Android