By Kyle Emch / November 18th, 2012
Thanksgiving is almost upon us. The Wii U has just been released in stores. Thanksgiving break is here for all college students, including myself. What better way to celebrate corporate greed and limitless gluttony than with Mr. Gluttony himself, Wario. This time, the Operation Rainfall Retro Commercial Research Team (in other words, me) will take a look at some Wario Land commercials that didn’t make it to North America in this week’s Foreign Wrap-Up.
Here are the highlights from this past week.
Ceruleath Noreleth wonders if RPGs like Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga are becoming obsolete. The fanboys take it well.
Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story have been nominated for the Spike VGAs. I never thought I’d ever say those words in the same sentence.
Oscar Tong talks about why he thinks Square Enix is failing in recent years. The fanboys take it well.
Finally, Clinton Nix talks about why he’ll be skipping New Super Mario Bros. U this time around. The fanboys take it really well.
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