Author Archives: Steven T.

About Steven T.

Editor-In-Chief of The Wired Fish since 2010. Suggestions, praise, and hate mail can be sent to steven@thewiredfishnetwork.com

The Breakdown: Senran Kagura Burst

System: Nintendo 3DS/Publisher: XSEED Games/Developer: Tamsoft/Players: 1/Release Date: 11-14-13 There’s a steady pattern when it comes to 2D brawlers. You walk forward, some dudes show up, you bust some heads, and then told “GO”. Lather, rinse, repeat. It’s been like … Continue reading

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Let’s Watch And Analyze The SSB4 Pac-Man Reveal Trailer

Some time after Nintendo’s Digital Event ended, they showed off the another contestant that’ll be joining the Mii fighters and Palutena. That contestant was Namco’s very own Pac-Man. Since Namco-Bandai is aiding in the development of SSB4, many suspected that … Continue reading

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Shin Megami Tensei IV Finally Releasing in Europe… As Download-Only Title

This’ll be somewhat bittersweet for European fans. Shin Megami Tensei IV was released in Japan and North America last year, and in both regions it was released in a long-box with a tribute CD containing prelude remixes of past mainline … Continue reading

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Final Fantasy Type-0 Finally Heading Westward on PS4

It’s been a long time coming, but Final Fantasy Type-0 is confirmed to be heading our way on the PS4. Previously known as Final Fantasy Agito XIII, Type-0 was released on the PSP in Japan only. Many fans asked for … Continue reading

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Nintendo Reveals Gamecube Controller Adapter For Wii U, Rules and Players for SSB4 Invitational

In a move people may or may not have seen coming, Nintendo has announced that the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. 4 will be playable via Gamecube controller adapter, revealed at the end of a trailer detailing the … Continue reading

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Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Comes To A Close

Earlier this year we were warned by Nintendo that their Wi-Fi Connection online multiplayer service would come to a close. Well, today is the day. From today onward, all games that used Nintendo Wi-Fi connection for online multiplayer will be … Continue reading

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Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Confirmed for U.S. Release

After many teases and inklings, we finally have confirmation that Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus will finally make it’s way westward, once again by XSEED. This entry of the game is a sequel to Senran Kagura Burst, and this one is … Continue reading

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The Buried Atari E.T. Carts Have Been Found

Photo by Larry Hyrb This past week the public was invited to help out in digging up a location in a New Mexico desert where unsold copies of the the Atari E.T. game were buried. Microsoft’s Larry Hyrb was among … Continue reading

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Retro Weekends – The Nintendo Game Boy

To newcomers, Retro Weekends is a personal recollection of all things retro, from games, to toys, to shows. Readers are encouraged to share their own memories in the comments below. So sit back, relax, and let the nostalgia flow. After … Continue reading

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Arc System Works Teasing Something BloodRayne Related

Last time Arc System Works teased something, we came away rather disappointed. This time though, it looks like they’ll be trying their hand at the BloodRayne franchise. Not much is known beyond what is shown on the teaser site itself. … Continue reading

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Is A New Wild ARMs Game Incoming?

Keep your fingers crossed, ’cause we might be traversing Filgaia once again. Maybe. According to Game Jouhou, via Siliconera, SCE’s Kentaro Motomura, producer, recently spoke with Famitsu about fan demand and what games they would like to see revisited. Among … Continue reading

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Gateway Games: How I Got Into The Shin Megami Tensei Series

Welcome to Gateway Games. This is a series where I talk about games that either got me into a series or an entire genre. For a series, I had to have played a later game in the series lifespan. For … Continue reading

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Anti-Violent Videogame Senator Arrested For Corruption And Partaking In Organized Crime

Oh sweet, sweet irony. California State Senator, Leland Yee, was arrested on corruption, racketeering, and pretty much being in cahoots with organized crime. According to the affidavit, Yee was trying to get donations through bribery by showering praise or aiding … Continue reading

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The Brawler-Hack ‘n’ Slash Link: Did The Brawler Genre Ever Die?

I’ve been kicking this thought around from time to time, wondering to myself if the Brawler genre truly died. It was one of the grand staples of the 90s arcade scene with games like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, the … Continue reading

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Wanna Play As A Tinkerbat In The VC Version of Shantae?

A user by the name of Gary (username WarioBrose) on Miiverse shared with the newly created Shantae community a code to enter the debug mode of Shantae. On the title screen, hit the following directions: Left (×2), right (×8), left … Continue reading

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