If only it were real. Wendy would distract her opponent with her double stack, then unleash an old-fashioned combo and finish the fight with a square-patty ninja star, all while maintaining a frosty disposition. Ronald would open with a McRoundhouse, rabbit-punch his enemy in the McRib, and finish with a strong hit to the McNuggets (or to the Filet-O-Fish if he were fighting Wendy). The King would fight by creeping the shit out of his opponent and delivering a croissan’wich kick to the head. The Colonel would distract by singing Sweet Home Alabama and then open up a can of original-recipe whoop-ass. And the Noid, well… his enemies would be best just to avoid him altogether. You wouldn’t want to see what he does in close quarters.
No doubt trying to compete with the PlayStation Vita before it even hits the shelves, Nintendo will drop the price of the 3DS by $80 on August 12th. With the PSV not even having a solid release date yet, this could help Nintendo secure a larger portion of the next-gen console market. Perhaps Nintendo plans on releasing its second-gen hardware for the 3DS near the time that the PSV is finally available.
Black and blue units can be ordered through Amazon with free shipping. Amazon is also offering a buy-one-get-one deal on certain 3DS games, but the selection is weak.
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon was a great follow-up to Symphony of the Night. Though it had a clunky ability-card system, it featured several improvements over its predecessor, such as easier warping and multiple alternate game modes that required different play strategies. Its music was not nearly as good at Symphony’s, but it still had some memorable tracks.