yesterday's teaser, is the source of the Gizmondo mongering lighting up the Intertubes yesterday. Fortunately, all the important bits from Hans' interview are now translated from Swedish into English for some good ol' fashioned global scrutiny. As unthinkable as the proposition might sound, we bring you the highlights for your morning amusement and trepidation:
- Carl believes there is a still a market for Gizmondo and is "ashamed" of his failure -- he hopes the resurrection can pay back early investors
- Florida-based Tiger Telematics will formally own the new Gizmondo
- Gizmondo v2 could be up and running by May 2008 -- by Christmas 2008 we'll see "a more advanced version with widescreen"
- 35 titles will be available at launch, 6 are new, more on the way
- An "easy to use program" will allow kids to create games, save them to SD, and play them on their Gizmondo
- Price: $99, possibly free if Carl can work a deal with a cellular provider
- Unfortunately, he doesn't offer any explanation of the "exciting psychic worlds" in this interview snippet
Update: Plextek, the original Gizmondo device developer, have confirmed to Eurogamer that they will indeed be building the resurrected Gizmondo. Stefan Eriksson is currently not involved, Freer is. You know what this means... Gizmondo lives!