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At Nintendo’s Media Summit this morning the gaming company announced that the Nintendo DSi XL will cost $189.99 and hit stores March 28. Not to be left behind by Apple’s latest foray into the e-book business, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales & marketing, Cammie Dunaway also mentioned that “100 Classic books” such […]


DSi Toast

09Feb10

This is exactly what I wish I woke up to this morning. A bit of jam or butter and it would be perfect and a cup of tea. Mmm… If anyone knows how this piece of toast was made, please do tell! Tiny Cartridge


[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrdYAXNixq0] The story goes like this. Late one night, five kids from Politecnico di Milano in Italy were sitting around a camp fire and decided to hash out the top five trends they thought were most visible around the world. Instead of writing a fat dissertation on it all, they spared us the reading and […]


Two graphs. One is a line and one is a bar. You can figure the rest out by yourself. I guess even Modern Warfare raking in $1 billion dollars in sales for Activision can’t bring the Xbox 360 and PS3 to even kiss the feet of Mario. Ars Technica


After shacking up the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Nintendo’s Wii console is at last getting streaming video via Netflix. The content will apparently not be HD, but according to Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo of America, it doesn’t matter because it’s not important to Wii owners. Reggie, I think you aren’t up to date […]


The Nintendo DSi XL hasn’t even launched in the U.S. and Europe yet, and already there is talk about what hardware the successor to the world’s best selling handheld video game system will have. Straight from the man himself, President of Nintendo of Japan, Satoru Iwata stated in an interview with Asahi that the next […]


Word on the street is that Nintendo has patented the name “Zii.” Rumors and speculations are breaking out across the web indicating that this could possibly be the name of the Wii’s successor that would more or less be a HD-equipped console to combat Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s PS3. In its third holiday season, […]