Kotaku asks a good question: Is the upcoming touch-tastic PlayStation Vita different enough from its fore-bearer to be successful? Also, what of the competition from iOS devices? The article doesn’t mention those, but their impact is no longer up for debate.
Wii U could have been handheld; was in development the moment GameCube 2.0 went out the door.
Shorter Nintendo E3 keynote: We’re sorry for all that stuff we did between 2006-2011. Please forgive us.
Nintendo, circa 2011: The year it was revealed they didn’t know what they were doing from the beginning.
Name jokes. Questions about specs. “Appeasing the hardcore.”
Did Nintendo reveal new hardware or something?
A $250 price point feels more at home on the unfortunately-named Vita than the 3DS.
Rumor is Nintendo’s new console will be called “Nintendo.” Which immediately brought back memories of going upstairs “to play Nintendo” as a kid. It’s what people called the NES at the time and it pretty much defined a generation. Can Nintendo do it again with this touchscreen-enabled, HD machine at E3 2011?
Sony’s security always makes me think of that older couple that waxes all nostalgic-like about simpler times, when one could leave their front door unlocked without fear of burglary.
Apple’s iCloud is all but confirmed. Anyone out there silly enough to bet against them and their iTunes catalog on this one?