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Enough people have purchased a WiiWare game about throwing balls into paper cups to warrant a return to the genre. Developer JV Games announced a sequel to Pong Toss: Frat Party Games called Pong Toss Pro: Frat Party Games. Still no beer, though. According to the press release, the followup featu...

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April 21, 2010 at 4:15PM
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Speaking with a handful of indie WiiWare game devs, GamesIndustry.biz (warning: login required) uncovered the not-so-startling truth behind Nintendo's support for third party devs on its digital distribution platform: there is none. "We feel that Nintendo is not doing enough to promote the service ...

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Controversifies -- v.tr. -- (1) The act of releasing a game about frat party beer pong as E for Everyone (seriously) and expecting no one to realize that your game centers around excessive alcohol indulgence. (2) Informal. To fill with astonishment and perplexity; confound. Nintendo has announced t...

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If there's one thing people in the government hate it's being offended, but luckily there's a tried and true way to alleviate the problem: Subtract offensive, add insulting. Take, for instance, Connecticut attorney general Richard Blumenthal who was peeved that the sure-to-be-awful WiiWare game Frat...

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When Beer Pong: Frat Party Games was announced for WiiWare, many Wii owners protested it based on its stupidity. We should have guessed, though, that some people would actually protest the software for moral reasons. The problem here lies with the games ESRB rating, which is T (13+). Lisa Lombardoz...

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