posted on 26 Apr 2012, 17:04 5 1. Forsaken77 (Posts: 553; Member since: 09 Jun 2011) The Wii U is a joke. They better not associate any part of android with their kiddy systems. Nintendo used to be good 15 years ago. Now it's just for old people and children. posted on 26 Apr 2012, 17:11 18 2. MichaelHeller (Posts: 2721; Member since: 26 May 2011) Nintendo has … [Read more...] about Comments for : Rumor claims Wii U has Android built-in
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We should have seen this coming.Nintendo producer Eiji Aonuma has announced that the upcoming Legend of Zelda game for Wii U will both miss its planned 2015 release, and will not be showing at the E3 2015 expo this summer.Aonuma posted a video with the announcement, apologizing to fans for the delay. As development has proceeded over the last few months, the team at Nintendo … [Read more...] about The Legend of Zelda for Wii U delayed until 2016, and won’t be at E3
The Nintendo Wii has had an interesting relationship with the gaming world. The console made a play for the casual gamer market, deviating from the core industry that Sony and Microsoft were capitalizing on with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata recently admitted this may not have been in the company’s best interest, yet Wii sales and … [Read more...] about DT Debate: Did the Wii’s casual gaming focus hurt or help Nintendo?
Nintendo doesn’t have it easy these days. Mobile phones and tablets continue to peck away at its handheld consoles while the Wii, now nearly six years old, struggles to find new buyers among fierce competition from Microsoft and Sony.As if that weren’t enough, Nintendo is now paying for its negligence towards the gaming industry. The new … [Read more...] about Why I’ll be buying a Wii U at launch
After a decade of lackluster online support, Nintendo may finally be wising up. During an investor’s briefing today, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announced that its upcoming console, the Wii U, will have two new features: NFC built into the controller and an Xbox Live-like online service called Nintendo Network. Downloadable content, including fullly downloadable … [Read more...] about Nintendo gets with the times, announces Nintendo Network, DLC, and NFC for Wii U
Unfortunately, if you are looking for details on the Wii U–things like when it is due out, how much it will cost, what launch titles will be available, what hardware it will pack, whether or not it will allow two of the tablet controllers on one system, or even what colors the system may ship in–you are out of luck for now.But just because the info is scarce … [Read more...] about Hands-on with the Wii U at CES
Just like the Wii U and the original Wii before it, Nintendo wants it’s next console, the Nintendo Switch, to differentiate itself from its more standardized competition, the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. The Switch, which can play games on a TV when connected to a dock, or played on the go as a portable console, certainly stands out, but also features … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch vs. PlayStation 4: Which should you buy?
You ever get the feeling that the world is fragmenting out from under you? That's what's wonderful and frustrating about mobile gaming right now: so many options, but so few catch-all solutions. If you want the universal Kindle of game handhelds, you're out of luck. But maybe that's a bad metaphor: Kindles have DRM, too. It is, however, a great time to pick a system that … [Read more...] about 3DS, Vita, Shield, phone, tablet: Which game handheld should you buy?
Nintendo's coveted SNES Classic Edition is launching very soon, and its previous mini retro console, the NES Classic Edition, is coming back next year after months of selling out.So which one should you get? We're glad you asked.What's a NES? What's a SNES?The NES, or Nintendo Entertainment System, was Nintendo's first home console, which launched in 1985. The SNES, or Super … [Read more...] about SNES Classic vs. NES Classic: Which Retro Console Is For You?
As gaming consoles go, the $300 Nintendo Switch is not unreasonably expensive (if you can find one, at any rate). Where you’ll pay through the nose is for its accessories: $20 for a decent case; $30 for Joy-Con chargers; $90 for an extra dock. However, the likeliest accessory to throw the average consumer for a loop is the $70 Nintendo Switch Pro Controller: a traditional … [Read more...] about Should You Buy a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller?