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What happened to the great relationship between Capcom and Nintendo in the NES and SNES days? Can Nintendo win Capcom back?
Both Nintendo and Sony insist that the DS and PSP are targeted towards different demographics. Sony says the PSP is targeted towards older core gamers. I completely disagree. Yes, the DS and PSP are targeted to different people, but it has nothing to do with age.
Fanboy-ism is alive and well in gaming and just something gamers have to get used to. But what about dealing with critical non-gamers?
If you’re really into gaming, you probably read some video game magazines. But often magazines are biased and this has a big effect on readers.
Unless you have been living under a rock since November 21st, you know all about the DS. Who could ignore a handheld with a touch screen, in addition to another screen, and voice control? Now, I read a lot of reviews, online and in magazines. Most reviewers, including Electronic Gaming Monthly, Game Pro, GameSpot.com, love these features.
Ok, I’m Amatatomba and this is my first article on Nintendo City. Many people think video games are just a hobby. And as much as I disagree, it can be hard trying to convince adults. So, I want to share the following, as proof of what gamers have known all along. It is a letter that was printed in Volume 187 of Nintendo Power.
The Nintendo DS promises to be one of the most innovative systems to ever be released, and with Nintendo’s strong support over the system, it seems that it will indeed be a smash hit. I will give a quick rundown of the Nintendo DS, talk about its specifications as well as the many possibilities this system has.
With the Completion of a Review for every Mario Kart for a Nintendo Console, I felt compelled to write a Mario Kart Article. This is my first Article.