Posts tagged Project Cafe
Can we now relax, finally knowing that Project Cafe does indeed have a touchscreen interface? Well, almost. Nikkei is claiming that the successor to the Wii throne has a touchscreen, giving it tablet-like controls. As said before, there will also be a camera mounted in it somewhere. An even bigger More >
Not everyone can go to E3, but luckily, the internet is a great alternative. Nintendo is making it just a little bit easier on everyone by announcing that they’re going to be streaming their E3 conference live on Tuesday, June 7th, 9am Pacific Time. That means that right at the moment they unveil More >
Eurogamer has just posted up an interesting video on their website. The video is a private presentation of Nintendo’s Project Cafe.
In the video, slides of the controller specs are shown, confirming earlier reports of the built-in screen. There is also a slide of the console itself, which looks a More >
For as long as I can remember, Nintendo has always done things to prevent their systems and games from being pirated. For the Nintendo 64, they opted to use expensive cartridges rather than CDs, the Gamecube used proprietary mini-cds, and the Wii…well, the Wii was pirated a lot. People were able More >
Even with the Wii being as well sold as it has been, it has arguably the worst total system sales to quality third-party support ratio in the history of video games. So, what will Nintendo do with its next console to ensure that this doesn’t happen again? Well, during the financial results More >
Shigeru Miyamoto, the almighty voice of Nintendo and power of a thousand suns, has spoken recently to French site, Gameblog, about “Project Cafe”. I have taken liberties to alter some of the automated translation to make the quotes sound slightly more natural (sorry, I don’t read French). So, what More >