According to analyst Research M2, Billy Pidgeon, Nintendo need to change its business model, starting with reducing the price of games 3DS to $ 25 or less.
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Electronic Arts income has been poor when it has directed its resources to show their games 3D this according to the company president, John Riccitiello who says EA prefer to use those resources in social characteristics.
Well my father said that when traveling to other places there are two laws is essential to know: the transit and pornography … Ok, Dad never said that but the board is not over, and Nintendo just learn it right.
It is a tradition that a game Ridge Racer accompanying the release of new consoles and Nintendo 3DS is no exception. Namco Bandai today released the launch trailer for Ridge Racer 3D where we can see some of the tracks and cars that are in the game, and some characteristics. Do not miss the full [...]
The launch of Nintendo 3DS is five days of becoming a tangible reality, so next Friday we can get closer to the nearest store, or having the best, now some are beginning to offer more attractive prices in order to have the new laptop Nintendo in our hands. Along with the console will launch a [...]
Shigeru Miyamoto is the father of Super Mario, Princess Zelda and the game Donkey Kong gorilla. For Nintendo , he develops games for 30 years. With “Spiegel Online” said the legend of a successor to the Wii console, with 3-D Games – and the love of his creatures.
3D is the latest in fashion and avatar since more and more manufacturers jump on this train. At Cebit, or IFA, there was mass of 3D TVs, Monitors & Co.
Silicon Studios, a Japanese developer unusual RPG for the PlayStation 3 3D Dot Game Heroes (trailer above), which breeds the memories of ancient octet of the projects have what they think about porting games to the Xbox 360. Hiroyuki Misawa, producer of the project, does not deny this possibility:
The zombies of Capcom will continue dragging their putrid skins outside the game, after the unfortunate film trilogy orchestrated by Paul Anderson and Milla Jovovich.