The Wii has somehow become the lazy man's version of working out: standing in front of your TV and moving around a little bit. And the U-Move controller only adds to that.
The gaming war in the handheld space is about to get really ugly. Nintendo might have successfully launched its new glasses-free 3DS handheld in the U.S. to the tune of "best U.S. launch day sales records," but what about Sony's encroaching NGP, Apple's delectable iOS devices or Android? Is old Nintendo concerned?
The Wii is showing its age. Now that both the Xbox 360 and PS3 have their own respective motion controls, along with their high definition visuals and robust online gaming networks, the Wii isn't so special anymore. It's really time for a Wii 2 says EA Games.
Nintendo's glasses-free 3DS hasn't even launched outside of Japan yet and the company is making waves across the game industry with the revelation that it has a similar tech in working prototype form on the Wii.
Freddie Wong, already popular for his faithfully violent video-game-like videos (you may not want to watch it at work, but he has some crazy first person shooter action here), has turned his considerable talents toward bringing another virtual world to life: Mario Kart.
We've already told you why you should wait for the second-gen Nintendo 3DS. To counter it, here's five reasons on why you should be a Nintendo 3DS early adopter. Get your teal convertible ready, because it's time to pull a Thelma and Louise and drive that car over the canyon cliff.
So you think you already know everything there is to know about the Nintendo 3DS, right? The only thing left is whether or not you should break the bank and pull the trigger on one, come March 27. Are you standing at the edge of the cliff, undecided? Let me pull you back to safety by telling you why you should wait for the second-generation 3DS.
Nintendo held two special press conferences focused on its upcoming 3DS handheld today, one in New York City for North America and one in Europe. Here's a round-up of everything Nintendo announced, including when the 3DS will hit store shelves to how much it'll cost. How many games will be available at launch and what's new about those pesky Friend Codes? Plus some old school handhelds return thanks to the Virtual Console. Find it all and more below.
An NES and an electric guitar walk into a hotel. Nine months later, what do you have? An NES electric guitar of course. Using a Fuzz distortion kit, the sound of the guitar has been modified to sound a bit more computerized.
While shopping apps for smartphones are dime-a-dozen, generally there's not much they can do other than, well, give you a list. If you asked us who would be first in line to improve that experience, Nintendo is not a company we'd name, but this patent application for a semi-interactive shopping experience on the DS handheld has us standing corrected.