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  • Blog Post: Watch Your Friend's Dad Perform More Smash Bros. Taunts With New And Old Characters

    YouTube user Nick Luciano and his father are back with more Super Smash Bros. poses for both new and old characters. At the start of the video, you will see poses from newcomers Mewtwo and Lucas ( who releases this weekend ) and then it moves on to a collection of Brawl and Melee characters like Wolf... More
  • Blog Post: The Difficulty Of The Morph Ball Almost Ended Metroid: Prime And Other Facts

    Transitioning to 3D was a difficult process for Metroid, and Did You Know Gaming dive's into the development history to show why. The video also offers details on pitches for other Metroid projects, as well as the current status of the often rumored handheld game, Metroid: Dread (spoiler alert: it's... More
  • Blog Post: Limited Viewtiful Joe Statue On The Way From First 4 Figures

    First 4 Figures is currently taking pre-orders on an " extremely limited " Viewtiful Joe statue. The statue will be $209.99 and features Viewtiful Joe standing on a film reel – a collectible you will recognize if you've played the game. Joe's eyes and head jewel also light up... More
  • Blog Post: Custom Zelda: Wind Waker GameCube Looks Like A Hylian Artifact

    Designer Vadu Amka , who specializes in customizing retro consoles, has released a new Wind Waker GameCube that looks like it belongs in the game that inspired it. You can check out a full gallery of images of the GameCube by heading here , as well as a video of the console below. Some of the small details... More
  • Blog Post: Super Smash Bros.'s Announcer Explains How 8-Player Smash Almost Made It Into Melee

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming enlists the help of Super Smash Bros. announcer Xander Mobus to share some facts about Nintendo's fighting series. Some highlights include details about creator Masahiro Sakurai's difficulty in developing the latest entry in the series, why Shigeru Miyamoto's... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Redacts GameCube Reference From Resident Evil HD

    Today Capcom released the remastered HD update of Resident Evil's 2002 GameCube remake ( read our review here ). While the core gameplay and story from the original 1996 PlayStation Resident Evil remained intact, the GameCube remake added new enemies and features, including a cute nod to its new... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Zelda Should Be Remade Next?

    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D hasn't released quite yet, but it's never too early to start thinking about the future. To be clear, we are absolutely getting ahead of ourselves. Next month we get to replay Majora's Mask on 3DS, and pending any delays, we should have a brand-new... More
  • Blog Post: First 4 Figures Teases Zelda: The Wind Waker Series With Peek At Ganon

    First 4 Figures is preparing to launch a collection of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker figures, and it is teasing the line with a look at Ganon. Not much is known about the line like what figures will be created (other than Ganon), but pre-orders open up on January 20, which you will be able to do... More
  • Blog Post: Learn How Pikmin, Will Wright, And M.C. Escher Snuck Into Zelda Games

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming uncovers more about the Zelda series. In the video you will find out M.C. Escher's piece, Another World, likely inspired a dungeon in Twilight Princess, where Pikmin references show up in Wind Waker and Minish Cap, and how Will Wright (creator of SimCity... More
  • Blog Post: Learn Some Of The Hyper-Intricacies Of Super Smash Bros. Combat

    Super Smash Bros. is much deeper than most give it credit it for and the latest video from YouTube channel Did You Know Gaming breaks down some of the highest of highest-level strategies in the game. Check out the video below to learn all about smooth Landings, L-canceling, crouch-canceling, directional... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion – Who Is The Best Super Smash Bros. Fighter?

    It's a question with a different answer for nearly everyone who has played a Smash Bros. game, but we want to know your answer. If you've watched any of our 8-player Super Smash Bros. videos (click the links for part 1 , 2 , 3 , and 4 ), you will know I personally favor Toon Link. He has all... More
  • Blog Post: Advance Wars' Popularity Helped Finally Bring Fire Emblem To America

    After the recent success of Fire Emblem on 3DS, and the plethora of Fire Emblem characters in Smash Bros., it's easy to forget that the franchise nearly never came to America. You can check out the newest video from Did You Know Gaming below that looks at the history of the series, before and after... More
  • Blog Post: Watch A Painter Paint Midna From Zelda: Twilight Princess At High Speed

    Artists putting together videos of themselves bringing their work to life aren't rare, but seeing it done with watercolors is. Most artists taking inspiration from video games are embracing the digital medium, but Adam Scythe is sticking to a good old paint and paintbrushes. You can see him paint... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which Controller Has The Best Control Stick?

    The control stick is your main input of interaction with video games. Which controller has the best one? Some people dislike the Nintendo 64, Wii, and GameCube's octagon control stick housing, but I've always been a fan. In fact, I was disappointed to see it removed for the Wii U. The circular... More
  • Blog Post: Witness The Evolution Of The Video Game Controller

    Animator Pablo Fernandez examines the evolution of the video game controller with a short animation. Fernandez works in the medium of pixel and you can find more of his work by checking out his website, pixelfantasy . Along with his controller evolution animation, seen below, I am also partial to his... More
  • Blog Post: Motion Controls Were Nearly An Integral Part Of The GameCube

    In the latest episode of Did You Know Gaming , the series looks at the GameCube and its near-integration of motion controls. In the video, you will find out about the use of the dolphin code name, the frequent appearances of dolphins in GameCube games, and how Factor 5, the studio behind Rogue Squadron... More
  • Blog Post: Learn Which Zelda Games Began Life As Remakes Of Other Zelda Games

    A new video from YouTube channel Did You Know Gaming takes a look at the Zelda series. The video details how many Zelda titles began as attempts at remaking previous Zelda titles, and how it took The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker's visuals to inspire Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma's wife... More
  • Blog Post: GameCube Controller Adapter And Special Smash Bros. Controller Arriving In Time For Release

    Briefly shown during a recent announcement, Nintendo has a price and a special bundle for using the GameCube controller on Wii U. The adapter, which allows you to use up to four GameCube controllers or Wavebirds, will be available for $19.99. A special Super Smash Bros. marked GameCube controller will... More
  • Blog Post: Learn The Secrets From The Soundtrack Of Super Smash Bros.

    The Did You Know Gaming YouTube channel has released a number of videos covering Super Smash Bros., and the latest focuses on the game's soundtrack. You will learn where some of the game's assorted themes appear in other games, as well as some of the very obscure secrets hidden in the game's... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Announces GameCube Controller Adapter For Wii U

    In conjunction with a new announcement detailing the rules and fighters for the upcoming E3 Smash Bros. tournament , Nintendo has revealed a new Wii U accessory. The company will be debuting an adapter for GameCube pads that will be in use at the tournament. The four-port adapter is also shown alongside... More
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