Wii U could have been handheld; was in development the moment GameCube 2.0 went out the door.
Name jokes. Questions about specs. “Appeasing the hardcore.”
Did Nintendo reveal new hardware or something?
If at first you don’t succeed, just call it a legacy platform.
Developer High Voltage says the 3DS is “more powerful than the Wii.” Does that mean it’s, like, two Wii’s taped together?
It’s weird. You’d think after the drubbing Nintendo has given the industry over the past five years people would learn. You think they’d see the obvious parallels and refuse to allow history to repeat. And yet…
Would love to see how the three console’s motion sensing software titles did over the big holiday sales period.
Were there any? I don’t seem to remember anyone talking about Kinect Sports or anything on PlayStation Move. Or the Wii, for that matter.
Perhaps everyone was too busy using their iPads and Kindles 3′s?
Kinect selling well and quickly at retail is “amazing.” Wii’s 5-year dominance and continued success this past Black Friday is some kind of “fluke” or “last gasp.”
Are people really surprised that a brand new new piece of tech with a half a billion dollar marketing campaign is doing well in the first few months? Really? Get back to me in a year.
[Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption] has become the US’s best-selling game of 2010 so far, according to new NPD figures.
You could take GamesIndustry’s lead paragraph in this article on game sales, replace the top seller with the term “blockbuster Xbox 360 game released this month” and it would look the same as it has for the past four years.
Mainly, one game for PS3/Xbox 360, and the rest are all Nintendo console titles. Powerful stuff.
“Taking Metroid down new emotional corridors.” I agree with pretty much everything in this snap reaction to the Nintendo keynote, over at Game Informer.
Would you rather be perpetually wrong, or always state the obvious and add nothing to the conversation?
Trick question! You can be both at the same time.