Saturday, October 04, 2008Iwata casts doubt on 2009 DSi arrival in rest of world
A day after the launch of the new DSi handheld, Nintendo’s cocksure president Satoru Iwata has cast some doubt on when the machine will be launched outside Japan.
Wednesday, January 09, 2008Year-end figures show massive growth in Japanese gaming
To the surprise of no one, the just-revealed sales figures for games hardware and software in Japan last year underline what a massive 12 months it was for the industry as a whole and Nintendo in particular.
Friday, November 30, 2007Nintendo to start DS Lite movie downloads
Although it beats the pants of the competition on the sales front, Nintendo’s DS Lite has never been anything more than a games machine, leading anyone interested in mobile media to opt for the PSP. Come March, however, that’s set to change with the launch of an official movie download service for the DS.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007It lives! Nintendo DS Lite motion-sensing game in the flesh
Looks like our tip last week about how Nintendo is really bringing Wii-like motion sensing to the DS Lite was correct and we have the photos to prove it after the jump.
Thursday, August 09, 2007Who'da thunk it? Nintendo's motion-sensing handheld is for real and on sale now
Just days after the world speculated that Nintendo might be bringing motion-sensitivity to the handheld gaming arena, we hear that the mystery device may well be a just-launched DS Lite add-on available now in Japan.
Tuesday, June 26, 2007Nintendo rocks stock market, outperforms Sony for first time
If you’re even just marginally into video games, you’ll know that Nintendo has been taking all the plaudits over the last year or two thanks to the runaway success of its DS handheld machines and the more-recent Wii console.
Wednesday, May 16, 2007Solar charger hooks up with iPod, PSP and DS
Solar-powered devices like the Solar-fine 1350 from Links International in Japan always sound like a great idea but rarely deliver much in practice, due to the inherent problem of actually finding enough sun at the right time to make them practical.
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