Those who pre-ordered Okami for the PS2 years back might remember receiving a nice origami set with their purchase. Ridiculously limited at the time, Capcom gives fans a a special treat by announcing a limited edition for the Nintendo DS follow-up: Okamiden. The Japan-only special includes a soundtrack, DVD, storybook w/ illustrations, plush figure keychian, … Continue reading
Let’s cut to the chase, here’s the breakdown: – Black and blue casing – Two screens, one with a 3D 3.5″ screen and widescreen display – Newly designed Start, Select and Home buttons – No glasses needed, fully supported 3D graphics – Features motion sensor and gyroscope – 3D Depth Slider (found at the side … Continue reading
Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, recently revealed that gamers will have the option to toggle between the 3D visual of the anticipated Nintendo 3DS handheld. The specific reason for making 3D optional is the company has taken into consideration the effect that 3D may have on children’s eyes. The question on the horizon is if the … Continue reading
So with the Nintendo 3DS making an appearance at this year’s E3 festivities, our buds over at Tony Cartridge decided to share these 3DS concept systems, Hit the jump to check out other mockups.
There’s been rumors running wild the past few months of Nintendo releasing their next-gen handheld system, and now comes the announcement of the 3DS. The successor to the DS, DSi or DSi XL, you choose, the 3DS looks to stick it to Apple’s iPhone, which has affected business for Nintendo’s portable. Nintendo’s latest creation will … Continue reading
DIdn’t the Nintendo DSi come out just awhile back? Now they’ve announced the DSi LL? Three portables? Damn! Anyways, the newly designed DSi LL features a 4.2 inch screen and dons three new colors: Wine Red (seen above), Dark Brown and Natural White. It hits stores in Japan on November 21 for ¥20,000 (US$220). No … Continue reading
If Microsoft decides to fall back on releasing a handheld system, Nintendo might just be the next gaming giant inline to utilize the NVIDIA Tegra processor to power up their next-gen DS system. At least that’s what Bright Side of News is claiming. According the the unjustifiable source, the debut could be planned for late … Continue reading
Capcom re-introduces another familiar franchise at TGS. Okamiden is the portable follow-up to the PS2 and Wii cult classic Okami, and it looks just as gorgeous as it predecessor. We can’t wait to get our calligraphy on with the DS sytlus.