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Massively Single Player Game Is Patented By Nintendo

Massively Single Player Game Is Patented By Nintendo

Nintendo managed to win the patent for a Massively Single-Player Online Game, which is basically a single game where a user’s actions change the world for him/herself and everybody else who is playing the same game. Nintendo target people who “want to play games that are more dynamic, not-based on Al and not-pre-scripted like multiplayer game and the patent also refers to a potential Wii 3D system to run these games on, something that Nintendo have publicly expressed their disinterest in since the patent was filed back in 2010…………….

By On August 15, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Brings Flame Red 3DS Console For The Holidays

Nintendo Brings Flame Red 3DS Console For The Holidays

Flame Red Nintendo 3DS is on its way to the States with new color, new price and great games make Nintendo 3DS a for all. This console launched earlier this summer in Japan as the Red Flare and expecting to be hit stores next month. The new color launches September 9 alongside the new Star Fox 64 3D game, and comes on the heels of a new retail price of $170, which may available in Aug. 12 in the United States. Checkout the press release bellow for in details.

By On August 10, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Setup 5,000 Free WiFi Hotspots Offer To Connect 3DS Console

Nintendo Setup 5,000 Free WiFi Hotspots Offer To Connect 3DS Console

Nintendo has inked a new deal to secure an additional 5,000 free WiFi hotspots for 3DS console owners. According to a report from International Business Times, the service, backed by BSkyB-controlled The Cloud, goes live today, bringing users access to all the console’s usual online features and should come in handy when in-game DLC becomes available later this year.

By On August 10, 2011 Respond
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New 3D Video Service Available On Nintendo 3DS

New 3D Video Service Available On Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo launched a flagship 3D streaming video service on the 3DS and the new downloadable app, called Nintendo Video was already released in Japan, but now consumers in the US have access to streaming 3D video from the palm of their hands. Users should expect a continuously updated carousel of content going forward, but for now if you’re not near your glasses-free 3D machine and company plans to offer more movie trailers, as well as music videos, sports clips and exclusive Nintendo content as the channel matures………….

By On July 24, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Confirms Netflix On 3DS

Nintendo Confirms Netflix On 3DS

Netflix app will be available for download from the Nintendo eShop, which is accessible after you’ve installed the free system update from June 6 and Netflix customers will be able to access their streaming service once the app is installed, while new users will be prompted to start their free trial. The app requires a steady wireless Internet connection to stream movies and TV shows smoothly, so it may not work as well at Starbucks as at home and even though the 3DS has free access to various public Wi-Fi hotspots across the country…………..

By On July 15, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo 3DS confirms Netflix

Nintendo 3DS confirms Netflix

After just teasing the public with Netflix on the Nintendo 3DS last month at E3, it looks like the service is finally here for 3DS owners to get their hands on. Netflix subscribers with unlimited streaming plans will be able to watch TV shows and movies from the service’s selection of online content on their Nintendo 3DS, like the Wii before it.

By On July 14, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Wii U Coming After April 1st 2012

Nintendo Wii U Coming After April 1st 2012

Reggie Fils-Aime is president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, a division of the Japanese video game giant. Known to gamers as “the Regginator,” he’s the public face of the company in the U.S. I spoke to him last month following the debut of the Wii U, the company’s next video game console.

By On July 6, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Wii U Will Support One Touch Screen Controller

Nintendo Wii U Will Support One Touch Screen Controller

The new Wii U console will only be able to support one touch-screen controller at a time, Nintendo have confirmed and Wii U will come complete with just one new controller – and it won’t be sold seperately. With the new console being demoed at the E3 festival, most games have featured only one person using the controller with others have to use Wii-motes or Wii game pads…………

By On June 11, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Red Flare 3DS

Nintendo Red Flare 3DS

Nintendo are releasing a new colour variant for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan, the Flare Red and it will be released on July 14th, alongside the release of Star Fox 64 3D. Nintendo are also introducing a new Wii package in Japan, consisting of two Wii Remote Plus controllers instead of one and the new Wii package will remain the same as the existing one, and Wii Sports Resort will continue to be included in it…………

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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At E3 Nintendo shows Xbox 360 and PS3 footage in Press Conference

At E3 Nintendo shows Xbox 360 and PS3 footage in Press Conference

Nintendo has shown off in-game footage of games that hailed from the Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms in their E3 presentation. We all know that Nintendo does not intend to compete with the PS3 and Xbox 360 on the graphical front right from the very beginning, that’s why the Japanese gaming company decided to settle for an alternative yet creative method of in-game controls instead of pursuing graphical perfection.

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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Now Nintendo Wii U Have 25GB In Size

Now Nintendo Wii U Have 25GB In Size

In a interview with Kotaku regarding the new Wii U console, one of Nintendo’s chief game designers, Katsuya Eguchi confirmed that the console will use a new proprietary disc format that will hold up to 25GB of data. Nintendo in a good place to run games that fill up a single-layer 25GB Blu-Ray disc, the format used by current console king of large game discs, the PlayStation 3.

By On June 9, 2011 Respond
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IBM Microprocessors To Power Nintendo Wii U

IBM Microprocessors To Power Nintendo Wii U

IBM puts Watson’s brains in Nintendo Wii U and IBM’s embedded dynamic random access memory will help deliver a thrilling new game experience to Nintendo fans. The new memory technology, a key element of the new Power microprocessor that IBM is building for the Nintendo Wii U console. It’s a silicon on insulator design and packs the same processor technology found in Watson, the supercomputer that bested a couple of meatbags on Jeopardy awhile back and IBM wouldn’t give us the chip’s clock speeds………

By On June 8, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Wii U Controller

Nintendo Wii U Controller

On the face of the controller you’ll find a 6.2inch touch screen and a stylus slides out of the controller for use on the touchscreen. Nintendo stated that it’s not high definition, but the resolution appears to be substantially higher than the 3DS screen and the Wii U controller also features motion controls that should be on par with the Wii Motion Plus………..

By On June 8, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo Wii U

Nintendo Wii U

The Wii U, Nintendo’s next console, avariety of new controls will be made available by that crazy new controller with a 6.2-inch touchscreen embedded in it. The Wii U controller can handle your gaming session when the television is needed for other purposes, while a built-in front-facing cam will let you video chat from anywhere too and the Wii U will be compatible with all current-gen accessories…………

By On June 7, 2011 Respond
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Nintendo And FBI Hacked After Sony

Nintendo And FBI Hacked After Sony

A bundle of new hack attacks across the web have left a collection of mega-corporations and US government snoops with their pants round their ankles and the latest victims include FBI-affiliate InfraGard Atlanta, as well as Nintendo and Sony Europe. The latest attackers appear to be LulzSec, Anonymous, the Pakistan Cyber Army and a Lebanese bloke named Idahc, these rag-tag geek armies are doing their best to lively up the web…………

By On June 5, 2011 Respond
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