Note: Culturewaves has previously written about the concept of the “Mark-Up Economy” here. Usually when we think of scarcity it points to a fundamental economic problem of never having enough of something. Marketing a...
By now, everyone has surely heard of Pokémon Go. It’s been on the local evening news, the national news and is plastered all over websites that strive to be relevant in the 24 hours...
Nintendo is making waves by designing with mobility in mind.
E3 is sort of an electronic entertainment mecca. Brands spend their entire year (if not years) preparing to wow the public with glimpses of new games and previews of a new console system.
I’m starting to feel like everything Nintendo releases these days is a one trick pony. Sure, the Wii brought us motion sensors and a greater sense of interaction with games by flailing around and laughing at each other, but now that we’ve moved on from Wii Sports Nintendo has a new push into sensory territory; 3D.
With people saying they’re depressed because they don’t live in the world of ‘Smurfgully, The Last Dances with Blue Cat People,’ is there a new era of entertainment on the horizon?
While Nintendo may be very successful with the Wii, the consoles constant casual gamer focus is slowly driving its older fans away from the system.
DVR Lifestyle is a wave that often gets overlooked. However, as web 2.0 and the advancement of education around the world continues, the concept of aging up continues to be a hot topic.
I’m sure you’ve heard praise for the Wii on this blog several times, well, unless its when we talk about people injuring themselves with it. But aside from that it’s been a good little...