This past Sunday, Nintendo released Super Mario 3D Land, its first Mario game made for the 3DS. Rather than being a celebration of video gaming’s most successful franchise, it’s more likely an opportunity to mourn the demise of a company responsible for so many great products and games. Because if Nintendo doesn’t change its strategy soon, the company’s future will be very bleak indeed.
Colour me impressed. Major League Baseball’s first foray into console video delivery is perhaps the best way to enjoy MLB.tv’s pioneering internet service.
From the good people at the Home Shopping Network: Reason No. 1 not to buy any cheap plastic add-on accessories for the Nintendo Wii.
If you’ve been on a hunger strike waiting for a Wii price drop the last three years, you can finally eat that cheesebuger. Nintendo will drop the price of the Wii to $219 CDN/$199 US on Sunday.
First off, here’s what Courtney love spouted on her twitter today:
When Nintendo reported its earnings a couple of weeks ago, they finally conceded something I’ve been saying for months: That the iPhone is real competition for its Nintendo DS Lite and DSi. Unfortunately, Nintendo seems to own own up to things about as quickly as John Edwards.