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Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Earlier today Nintendo dropped a megaton bomb on the gaming public. The company has posted this announcement revealing their newest portable game system, tentatively called the "Nintendo 3DS." Here is a transcript of the surprisingly brief announcement:
"March 23, 2010This portable sounds amazing! We're literally counting the days until E3 Expo 2010! More as this story develops....
To Whom It May Concern:
Re: Launch of New Portable Game Machine
Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Minami-ward of Kyoto-city, President Satoru Iwata) will launch "Nintendo 3DS"(temp) during the fiscal year ending March 2011, on which games can be enjoyed with 3D effects without the need for any special glasses.
"Nintendo 3DS"(temp) is going to be the new portable game machine to succeed "Nintendo DS series", whose cumulative consolidated sales from Nintendo amounted to 125million units as of the end of December 2009, and will include backward compatibility so that the software for Nintendo DS series, including the ones for Nintendo DSi, can also be enjoyed.
We are planning to announce additional details at E3 Expo show, which is scheduled to be held from June 15, 2010 at Los Angeles in the U.S."
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
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Monday, December 7, 2009
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Thursday, October 1, 2009
We found this PSP Clone in Los Angeles Chinatown. For only $5 we got this nifty clone with 4 LCD games included. The games are basically removable LCD screens. What's interesting about this clone is that it actually says "PSP" on the faceplate. That's pretty bold. This particular clone is also very true to the design and appearance of the actual PSP. Although big corporations may hate them, and with good reason, clones prove the cultural impact a product has on society. They are a good way to measure the popularity, impact and social awareness of your product.
Stay with us for future episodes of ATTACK OF THE CLONES!
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Monday, September 7, 2009
Friday, August 7, 2009
Game & Watch (ゲーム＆ウオッチ, Gēmu ando Uotchi?, or G&W) is a line of handheld electronic games produced by Nintendo from 1980 to 1991. Created by game designer Gunpei Yokoi, each Game & Watch features a single game to be played on an LCD screen in addition to a clock and an alarm (thus, 'Game & Watch').
Origin and Design:
Gunpei Yokoi, traveling on a bullet train, saw a bored businessman playing with an LCD calculator by pressing the buttons. Yokoi then thought of an idea for a watch that doubled as a miniature game machine for killing time.
The units use LR4x/SR4x "button-cell" batteries, the same type used in most laser pointers or handheld calculators. Different models were manufactured, with some having two screens and a clam-shell design (the Multi Screen Series). The Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance SP later reused this design.
Titles available in Game & Watch form vary from Mickey Mouse to Balloon Fight, including Nintendo staples such as Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, and Mario Bros.. For a more complete list, see List of Game & Watch games.