Puzzled Over

Super Smash Brothers Brawl Friends Code

How I wish that Nintendo had a unified code system across all their games.

Regardless: My Smash friends code is **5026-4084-2418**.

Please leave me a comment or shoot me an email with yours if you’re adding me.

Standing Friends Code Post caveats apply: if I have no idea who you are and/or can’t identify you, I’m unlikely to add you; this post is primarily for friends of people I know.


My Pokemans. Let Me Show You Them.

My Pokemans.  Let me show you them.

Many gamers – the sorts of who proudly label themselves as gamers – snicker when the subject of Pokémon comes up.

Those poor souls are missing out. For Pokémon is the same kind of hard-nosed, level grinding RPG that so many people remember fondly in their more formative years. While the trappings may be cartoon, and the mechanics simplified, it is a good time that can be had by all.

The US release of the first true DS Pokémon games, entitled *Diamond* and *Pearl* (Prince must be pleased), hits US stores tomorrow. Buttons has connections, and thus we are currently cranking away on our respective games. I have Pearl, Katie has Diamond.

Everyone with a DS should buy one of the two games.

My WFC friends code is **0430 4738 4617**. (You won’t get your Wifi code until you reach the fourth town, where the first Gym is.) If you’re someone I know, or would otherwise recognize the name of, *please* leave your code in the comments, over IM, or via email.

Let’s catch them all.


Wii Number

Our Wii number is *5457 9039 2738 5973*.

If you’ve posted your code on a blog that I traditionally read, it will undoubtedly get added on its own. If you want to leave me a comment and I have a pre-existing relation with you, that works too. If I don’t know you at all and you leave me your code, chances are I will ignore your comment.