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Next Nintendo DS Could Have Feedback Through Stylus

by Kyle Lehtinen Feb 21, 2010 9:22 PM CST
filed under cool stuff, ds, handhelds, news, nintendo

A new patent submitted by Nintendo details an interesting concept: feedback through the stylus. In effect the stylus would provide rumble feedback of various degrees based on actions taking place on screen. Since rumors have been surfacing that Nintendo is getting ready to unveil the next iteration of the Nintendo DS there could actually be some truth to this. The picture below should give you an idea of how the system would work.

[via BrokeMyController]

Sony: PSP to See ‘Big, Big Titles’ This Year

by Tyler Treat Feb 20, 2010 4:27 PM CST
filed under handhelds, news, psp, sony

The PSP hasn't exactly been the most steady platform in the industry, especially with the outright miserable launch the PSPgo experienced. Industry Gamers recently spoke with SCEA Senior Vice President of Publisher Relations, Rob Dyer, about the current state of the PSP and what Sony is planning to do about it. Dyer explains how piracy has really hurt the PSP but says that they are addressing it. He also promises that "big" games will be coming to the platform this year.

"I think we had a great lineup last year. The biggest problem that plagued PSP was piracy; we have not been able to slow that down," said Dyer. "We think we have some answers going forward, but we're not ready to talk about that publicly at this point. So we're working on fixing that, because that's been a big problem. Publishers, when they put out good games, are not getting the same sales results that they got a few years back. So piracy's been a big issue and we're working on that very diligently to bring about some solutions.

"That said, we still have a very robust lineup this year from third parties on the PSP, starting with Metal Gear Peace Walker," he continued. "I won't go through the whole lineup because I want our third-party partners to make those announcements, but there are some big, big titles coming out this year and you'll see those announcements at GDC, DPS (Destination PlayStation) or E3. We're into the sixth year now on the platform, and that's a long time for a handheld. I think given where we're at right now, we're doing very, very well. But yes, the business has had problems and I think it all stems, candidly, from the piracy."

[via TVGB]

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Reveal Coming Next Month

by Tyler Treat Feb 17, 2010 1:11 PM CST
filed under ds, handhelds, news, pc, ps3, psp, wii, xbox 360

Xbox World 360 scored a first look at Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which will be appearing in its next issue going on sale March 16. The announcement comes in the latest issue, which says  next month's will have "the first look at Recon's long-awaited return to Xbox 360."

The game is set to release by this Christmas with a beta, included with Splinter Cell: Conviction, starting in the summer.

Ubisoft announced Future Soldier last week with a short teaser trailer. They also showed off a work-in-progress cover art for it.

[via CVG]

Street Fighter IV on PSP? Capcom Wants It

by Kyle Lehtinen Feb 16, 2010 11:40 AM CST
filed under handhelds, news, psp

First Street Fighter IV on the iPhone, now the PSP? Capcom's Natsuki Shiozawa wouldn't mind. According to a Q&A post on her blog, Ms. Shiozawa expressed that she would, in fact, want to bring the fighter to the PSP.

No official word yet on if and when this would happen.

[via Examiner]

Street Fighter IV Coming to iPhone

by Tyler Treat Feb 15, 2010 2:44 PM CST
filed under handhelds, iphone, ipod, news

It may sound crazy, but it's happening. Capcom announced today that it plans on bringing Street Fighter IV to the iPhone next month, but it's not your run-of-the-mill port. The company says it has meticulously devised controls that work seamlessly on the device.

Graphically, it's pretty much a watered down version of the console version, but that comes with the territory. Still, it looks good and retains the classic art style.

Ken and Ryu are the only confirmed characters so far, but Capcom says it will be adding both classic and new characters into the game. It will also have Bluetooth multiplayer built in.

[via IGN]

Microsoft Unveils Windows Phone 7 Series Featuring Xbox Live Support

by Tyler Treat Feb 15, 2010 12:37 PM CST
filed under handhelds, microsoft, mobile, news

Microsoft announced its Windows Phone 7 Series today, which ties together Xbox Live games and Zune media onto a mobile device. Manufacturers are already building phones according to the software company, and the first line will be available this holiday.

"This hub delivers the first and only official Xbox LIVE experience on a phone, including Xbox LIVE games, Spotlight feed and the ability to see a gamer's avatar, Achievements and gamer profile," the company said. "With more than 23 million active members around the world, Xbox LIVE unlocks a world of friends, games and entertainment on Xbox 360, and now also on Windows Phone 7 Series."

Plants vs. Zombies Invades iPhone

by Tyler Treat Feb 15, 2010 10:59 AM CST
filed under handhelds, iphone, ipod, news

PopCap Games' Plants vs. Zombies has finally made its debut on Apple's App Store. Assuming you own an iPod Touch or an iPhone, you should buy it immediately because it costs only $2.99. That's an incredible price for such an awesome game.

"Plants vs. Zombies for iPhone and iPod touch marks the first adaptation of our wildly popular 'flower defense' game to a new platform, and we're excited at how well it has translated to the iPhone and iPod touch," stated Andrew Stein, director of mobile platforms at PopCap Games. "We've stayed true to the original computer version with the full-featured gameplay of Adventure mode, and have optimized this adaptation around a seamless touch interface. Plus, we've added great content, including the new Quick Play Arena which allows easy replay of any level after completing the Adventure mode, and more than a dozen achievements to reward successful completion of in-game challenges."

Wii-kly Download — 02/15/10

by Tyler Treat Feb 15, 2010 10:53 AM CST
filed under dlc, ds, handhelds, news, wii

It's once again time for Nintendo's weekly round of WiiWare, DSiWare, and Virtual Console shovelware, but this week there's something that might interest you. That something is Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice for All. Hit the break for the full list of games.


Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: JUSTICE FOR ALL
Publisher: Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: T (Teen) - Blood, Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes
Price: 1,000 Wii Points

Description: Phoenix Wright is back as the second game in the popular Ace Attorney hand-held franchise comes to the WiiWare service. As Phoenix Wright, you'll play through four shocking new cases in first-person perspective. The game features two unique game play modes. In Investigations Mode, you'll survey crime scenes, interview witnesses and gather evidence. You'll then present findings, listen to testimonials and examine witnesses in Court Mode. JUSTICE FOR ALL also includes a new "Psyche-Lock" feature that allows Phoenix to use a line of questioning to reveal inconsistencies in witness testimony.

Chinatown Wars 30% Off this Weekend

by Tyler Treat Feb 13, 2010 2:39 PM CST
filed under cool stuff, ds, handhelds, iphone, ipod, news, psp

In the name of good deals, the PSP, DS and iPhone versions of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars are on sale for 30% off, bringing it down to just $6.99.

The offer ends Sunday at 12am EST (the end of Valentine's Day). I'm sure your valentine will appreciate you getting this for them. The kick to the face is their way of saying "I love you."

PopCap Expects iPad to ‘Change Gaming’

by Tyler Treat Feb 13, 2010 3:41 AM CST
filed under handhelds, ipad, news

Although some seem skeptical of Apple's new tablet PC, the iPad, indie developer PopCap Games remains optimistic. Although they believe it will be a couple years before it has a major impact, they expect it "will change gaming."

"This is my opinion and I think it's going to be phenomenally successful," said PopCap co-founder John Vechey in an interview with Eurogamer. "I really do. It's very simple; it's not like it has a magical set of features, just a great package.

"I think it will change gaming," he added. "Here's this new device that gets to more people with a really great e-commerce model attached to it. It's really easy to buy on the iPhone -- that's part of what makes it successful.

"The iPad would be perfect for real-time strategy. You can't have this really immersive gaming experience but it may actually be more fun than a lot of different game experiences you can get with a PC or console."

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