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2008 & Heartbreaks

Only Kanye knows my pain.

Only Kanye knows my pain.

Occasionally the peeps at UGO hand me a soapbox and let me run my mouth.

I had a good time putting this feature together, and thought you folks might enjoy it.

The Top 20 Videogame Heartbreaks of 2008

20. Nintendo’s Holiday Releases

The Cold Hard Facts: While Nintendo dominated the videogame market with 2 million Wii’s sold this November, their software left much to be desired. Generally, the folks behind Mario have launched their flagship titles like Donkey Kong Country and Super Mario Galaxy between Turkey Day and Christmas, but this year hardcore fans were left in the gutter like junkies without a fix. Wii Music and the copy/paste edition of Animal Crossing, what’s a Nintendo fan got to do to get some substance around here?

The Healing Process: Next year’s schedule is packed with Nintendo goodness. We know Punch-Out! and Sin and Punishment 2 will drop in 2009, and we can expect Kid Icarus to get the announcement it deserved six months ago. Until then, Ubisoft Montreal has thrown us a life preserver in the form of Shaun White Snowboarding: Road Trip. And if you’re the rare Wii owner that hasn’t invested in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, now’s as good a time as any.

You can check it out here. You may now return to your regular scheduled Hardcasual posts.

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