The website warchamp7.com has posted a little app that lets you build your Smash Bros. dream team and share it with your friends.
The GamePad may not be getting extensive use, but what it has added to games already should not be overlooked.
The next entry to the SteamWorld series has finally been unveiled!
Hyrule Warriors could have offered many more hours of entertainment with the simple addition of cooperative play. No other content would be required of the development team: no additional stages, bosses, enemies or weapons. All would certainly be welcome, but just being able to hang out with your buddies, taking down hundreds of Zelda baddies would turn a 20-hour game into a 100-hour investment.
The online is there, the games are there, the people are there, the equipment that you need is there - but Nintendo isn't, and it's very strange to me.