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Comic profile: Consolers
Consolers
Game companies doing game company things | Updates currently irregular
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 23rd Dec 2017, 12:12 PM
Number of comics: 147
Number of subscribers: 121
Visitors: 78334 visitors (444463 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.98 (551 votes)

Comic description

Consolers is a mostly affectionate parody of the game industry, presenting game history, news and fun facts through personified companies. Join Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft and their friends in their game industry misadventures and corporate shenanigans! Updates currently irregular

Authors

Zanreo
Zanreo
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Zanreo "Zan" Sauce - Founder, CEO and president of Whoopshoop Lazers.
I sell lasers for all your laser needs.

I also draw game companies
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Most recent comments left on Consolers

Zanreo
9 days ago
Zanreo
Yeah... There's always this balance between a fun challenge and frustrating for those things
Left on Guided Online
Zanreo
9 days ago
Zanreo
Nice :D I've started using "autocorrupt" myself to refer to this kind of autocorrect mistakes...
Left on "Vacation"
melaredblu
31st Dec 2017
melaredblu
Guh. I have this problem with my player's guide for Breath of the Wild. I don't have too much trouble finding most of the things in the vanilla game, but some of those DLC treasure chests can be real frustrating to track down. Part of the fun is finding them, but still...
Left on Guided Online
Ajax (Guest)
29th Dec 2017
It was just prior to the GameCube. He tried to buy out Nintendo for something like $4 billion. Nintendo thought he was joking at first, but when she saw he was serious, she considered it, realized it would mean she’d lose creative freedom, and rejected the offer. This actually took place shortly after Rare got bought by Microsoft.
Left on Burning Cartridges
Ajax (Guest)
29th Dec 2017
I’ve heard that they could stop doing anything and still have enough money to operate at current pay levels for 50 years.
Left on GUEST COMIC - melaredblu