The Podcast is back! We've been out of the action for a couple of weeks but we aren't going anywhere -- except to Vegas next week for CTIA. But we're catching up this week on all the video game news and rumors surrounding the PlayStation 3 and Nintendo Revolution (or should we say Go?), the first ne...
March 28th 2006 at 2:45pm
We thought it would be good for a
laugh to look back at some of the Revolution controller designs that crept onto the Internet back when the system was
nothing but a codename, a promise and a cheeky smile on Satoru Iwata's face. These are the Revolutions that
weren't...and thankfully so.A sort of un...
March 27th 2006 at 10:21am
And you know what that means:
Fishing games. Well, that and a wonderfully addictive celebration of neighborly etiquette and non-threatening
anthropomorphism. Spot that description on the box of the forthcoming Animal Crossing Revolution, a title
which series creator Katsuya Eguchi mentioned briefly...
March 26th 2006 at 4:00pm
Though Satoru Iwata
failed to use any name other than "Revolution" in his recent GDC keynote, it's now been
officially confirmed that Nintendo's next-generation console will be given a new and presumably improved label sometime
before its glorious release. In an interview with IGN, Nintend...
March 26th 2006 at 10:12am
eyed reader of Spanish forum
Elotrolado.net has spotted what could either be a strange coincidence, or proof that the Nintendo GO is a fake. One recurring
theme of the Nintendo GO rumor is the design's 6-faced D-pad logo pictured above on the right which--it turns out--looks
very similar to...
March 25th 2006 at 3:00pm
Dean Takahashi over
at The Mercury News conducted an interview with Satoru Iwata yesterday, gently quizzing him about what topics
his "Disrupting Development" speech would encompass and what we can expect from the Revolution (or is it the
Nintendo Go?) during E3.
Perhaps the boldest statem...
March 23rd 2006 at 1:03pm
this logo is to be believed, then the Nintendo Revolution may have just become the 'Nintendo GO.' The image was
featured on a (reportedly) leaked presentation slide originating from Japan. Engadget has posted a
larger segment of the slide, which contains some fragments of Japanese text, but lacks...
March 23rd 2006 at 11:07am
received an image that, if the mysterious sender is to be believed, is a snap of one of Nintendo's Japanese presentation
slides intended to introduce the Revolution's new name: The Nintendo Go. Though this has every
chance of being a hoax, it's worth entertaining the possibility that th...
March 23rd 2006 at 9:56am