Yearly Archive: 2012
Dec 24 2012
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Dec 21 2012
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Dec 20 2012
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Dec 18 2012
We’ve always known Reggie Fils-Aime, the President of Nintendo of America was (and still is) a badass. In the video, Bill Trinen pokes fun at the Regginator about his Japanese. Reggie then explains that Bill was sent to Japan for talking up his Japanese skills! Moral of the story? Never mess with the Regginator!
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Dec 18 2012
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Dec 17 2012
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Dec 04 2012
In preperation for The Hobbit, we have a second video this week! Helms Deep in Lego is frigging awesome!
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Dec 03 2012
These hobbit slippers are, how do you say it, pretty darn kick ass!! And they’re the perfect Christmas gift for that Tolkien fan in your life too! The Halfling Slippers are available at ThinkGeek for the price of $19.99! Disclaimer: we are not being paid or endorsed by ThinkGeek for this and we think these Halfling Slippers are chock full of Middle Earth awesomeness! Now get those slippers and hike over to your local theatre for a screening of The Hobbit, which hits the silver screen December 14!
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Nov 27 2012
Permanent link to this article: http://www.brokenfuse.com/2012/11/27/episode-41-the-wii-u-edition/
Nov 27 2012
The Big N has revealed that the TVii will be available for Japan the same day that it’s released there on December 8. Nintendo TVii will also be available for some European regions in 2013. The application will be available to users in December. There hasn’t been a firm date for North America for this service. The Japanese TV guide data is from Rovi’s C-Guide service and will be available to use anytime, even during a game or TV show. This feature will cost Japanese Wii U owners ¥100, but will be free for North American users.
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