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And you might look at the original Zelda. Some people still prefer that to later iterations; they differ so much from one to the next that it's tough to tell which ones will hit the right notes.
Which Zelda game "wasn't a real one," out of curiosity?
I do check out my friends on that spinning list, though usually just newly-added ones or those active online.
Finally, if it takes longer for the next generation to come about, then no problems here. Odds are that the longer it takes, the better it will be. If those graphics of the future were what you really wanted, rather than what 360 provides, perhaps you should have sat out this generation.
Of course, once the 720 or whatever they call it comes out, people will be calling for better graphics still after about two years in, so... whatever. I'm tired of chasing that proverbial dragon.
And he could still jump higher in Super Mario Galaxy, too.
They didn't speculate that the girl thought it was a Wii controller, or make any further implications against Nintendo or video games beyond that. They said that the mother stated she thought that is what happened, and the picture (which I hadn't seen associated with any articles until now) makes it VERY clear as to why that might be the case.
They could have done more, such as include the above point that legally, the tip should have been orange. Who even makes a peripheral like that one? Where are these things found? Questions like these could and should have been addressed, perhaps, but it's pretty much a bare-bones retelling of the same story everyone else has.
Incidentally, I think "terrible parents," true or not, would be passing judgment in the headline which would not belong. Everyone says that Fox News isn't as "fair and balanced" as they claim to be, yet when they take a neutral position for once, people are finding something else to be upset about.
Believe it or not, "Mother Says Girl Thought Loaded Gun Was Wii Controller" is a factual headline, as that is indeed what the mother had apparently said. Even the WSMV Nashville story linked says the same thing, even if they did not get so specific in the headline.
I do think that the gun being left where it could be reached easily on the end-table is a valid point to note, but equally so with the reason why the girl might have been attracted to the eerily similar-looking firearm in the first place.
This whole event is tragic, and should never have happened. I'm no fan of firearms myself, but I just don't think the blame is being shifted in this version of the story to Nintendo/gaming as much as people are saying.
The rest of the DLC is pretty much like what was in MM9, though. And Proto Man is a freebie this time, too.