Wednesday, October 05, 2005


So I open this months issue of PC World, right? I flip through it. Well, looky here! Another PSP article! And another! And one for the Gizmondo! I wonder if they have one for the DS!

Nope. It wasnt even mentioned in the text.

Well, things are definitely improving since the last time I wrote on this subject. Fred Meyer now has a "DS" section in the home electronics area, and I've been seeing more news articles on the DS recently.

But things are still bad. The DS has been out the longest, and hasn't garnished any reviews in PC World, while the PSP has had three and the Gizmondo (due out this month) has already had one. No doubt the N-Gage had one as well (I haven't had my subscription that long), but the DS is being left in the dust. (Edit: There are a few DS articles on the PC World website.)

And that isn't all. The XBOX 360 has had a review, and the PS3 review is no doubt on its way. The Nintendo Revolution has been mentioned in text. Once.

It's pathetic. For some odd reason, the media is completely biased against Nintendo. What can you do? Write. You can reach PC World at Tell them I sent you.

Any other instances of anti-Nintendo bias that you guys can think of? And why are they doing it?


Blogger Mr. Levingston said...

well, its because nintendo is straying off the path. they are trying something never tried before in the gaming world. and lets face it, people are afraid of what they dont know, and most people dont like what they are afraid of.

so, it might take some time before Nintendo starts building up its rep. again

oh! and another reason-

The Rev. wont even be released untill almost 7 months after the Xbox 360.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005 2:26:00 PM PST  
Blogger BusterBot858 said...

Ah ha. But the XBOX 360 already had a review, and it wasn't due for two months.

Let's wait and see.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005 2:33:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mr. Levingston said...

right! so that means we wont see a review for the rev. for another 5 months! =P lol

Wednesday, October 05, 2005 3:41:00 PM PST  

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