Ep. 1130: Where Wii play with power Video
Jeff didn't get the memo about daylight-saving time and misses today's episode of The 404 Podcast, but luckily our good buddy Mark Licea of The Green Show set his clock back and helps us out with today's Halloween recap, as well as a few stories from around the Internet.
A new entertainment hub called Nintendo TVii will be included with the Wii U console, which will be available in two models this November.
Mark Licea jumps back into the guest seat today for a chat about Wolfenstein: New Order, a hack that gives you a spoiler-free Internet, and Nintendo's big problem in advance of E3.
Japanese pop star Leah Dizon joins the guys on today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, and Mark Licea also joins the fun to talk about his personal history with the international sensation.
At CES 2010, Mark Licea takes a look at the Samsung IceTouch.
Mark Licea transports us back to the 90s on today's 404 Podcast, which also happens to be our 900th episode! How appropriate that the penultimate episode would also fall on Jonathan Taylor Thomas's 30th birthday!
Jeff Bakalar goes one-on-one with Nintendo of America Director Zach Fountain on some of the technical specifics surrounding the Wii U's Nintendo TVii feature.
On this week's episode, we mourn the death of a GPU giant, as parent company AMD prepares to kill off the ATI brand. Then we make our predictions for this week's upcoming Apple event, and check out price increases for Xbox Live and price drops for Nintendo's DSi. Finally, if you've ever wanted to see some hand-made pottery based on a popular video game? We've got you covered!
This week on preGAME, hosts Jeff Bakalar and Mark Licea welcome special guest Russ Frushtick (MTV Multiplayer) as they take a first look at the Nintendo DSi XL! We've got two units in the studio today with tons of comparisons, first impressions, and live questions from our chat room.
This may be the last week of live 404 episodes, and it's also been the most hectic. With Wilson missing his second day in a row and Caroline McCarthy being bedridden by a holiday cold, Mark Licea and Bonnie Cha help me hold down the fort.