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Color Everywhere

A Certain Slant of Light Photography

So, this week’s photo challenge revolves around the colors of the rainbow. Color me surprised. Challenge accepted!
I had a fun time digging through past photos to showcase this spectrum of colors. I’ve forgotten just how many photos it takes to maintain a blog over three years (answer: over 800), and it was also great to relive all the places I’ve been, and all the memories that these photos capture.
Hopefully where I fail in color differentiation (blue vs indigo vs violet? c’mon man..), I hope the sheer volume will make up for it. Enjoy!

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Splatoon Weapons, Maps And Modes Details Leaked

My Nintendo News

Spoiler alert! Someone has data-minedSplatoon and unconvered a trove of new details about upcoming weapons, maps and other details about the game. So, if you don’t want to know what they are, I suggest you stop reading. Here are all the details:

  • 10 maps on the disc
  • Only two are unreleased (Camp and Skyscraper)
  • 33 unreleased weapons on the disc in some form
  • Some weapons have complete descriptors (and may or may not be actually complete)
  • Others which have incomplete descriptors (and may or may not be actually complete)

Weapons list:

  • Sploosh-o-matic – Squid Beakons & Killer Wail
  • Neo Sploosh-o-matic – Point Sensor & Kraken
  • Neo Splash-o-matic – Burst Bombs & Inkzooka
  • N-ZAP ’89 – Sprinkler & Inkstrikes
  • Custom Dual Squelcher – Squid Beakon & Killer Wail
  • Luna Blaster – Ink Mines & Inkzooka
  • Luna Blaster Neo – Splat Bombs & Bomb Rush
  • Range Blaster – Splash Wall…

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CPSIA Documents Reveal Reproduction Runs For Amiibo

My Nintendo News

The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) was passed to establish consumer product safety standards and other safety requirements for children’s products, and it looks like they’ve released some documentation stating Nintendo’s intent to restock some of the hard to find amiibo figurines. Maybe I can finally pick up my Ness without shelling out my whole paycheck online?

It’s likely that we will hear some official news on the restock during E3 next week. Keep in mind that an additional month of production won’t clue us in to how much additional stock will arrive to stores and shops. Perhaps we will find that out at E3 as well. In the meantime, take a look at the gallery below for some of the documentation on amiibo plans!

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