As a result of the recent earthquake in Japan, the NGP handheld may not make the holiday 2011 release window worldwide. "It may be the straw that says 'maybe we get to just one market by the end of the year,'" SCEA president Jack Tretton told Bloomberg, suggesting that Sony may opt to stagger production of the handheld and release it in just one territory this year. Comments (2) | Permalink
Star Wars: The Old Republic has received a release date target confirmation of Spring 2011 for their highly anticipated upcoming Massively Multiplayer Online RPG set in the Star Wars universe.
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The PSP’s successor, currently codenamed the Next Generation Portable (NGP), is already on its way to repeat history as the Nintendo 3DS is slated for a March 27th North American release—way ahead of the NGP’s expected 2011 holiday season debut Comments (0) | Permalink
"We've not said publicly what the next thing for us will be in the home console space, but based on what we've learned on 3-D, likely, that won't be it," Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime Comments (0) | Permalink
Minecraft. Ring any bells? You heard it's an addictive pc game about building a world by day, fighting monsters by night, but never really looked into it. Want to know what the fuss is about? Click the link. THIS is Minecraft. Comments (1) | Permalink
Nintendo UK Head of Communications Robert Saunders recently responded to a post on MaxConsole, which corralled a number of Twitter users complaining that their time with the 3DS was causing headaches and dizziness. Saunders explained, "When viewing any kind of 3D images (TV, movies etc.), some people might experience minor discomfort." He added, "The effects are short term and have no lasting effect, in fact most players can continue after taking a short break." Comments (0) | Permalink