The Nintendo 64 released in 1997 in Europe and by 2009 had sold almost 34 million units worldwide. It was considered revolutionary at the time for launching with a game featuring a fully realized 3d world and one very iconic plumber! The push for 3d pulled the games industry forward and on a personal note, … Continue reading Super 64 – Dust off your Nintendo 64
Released back in 2012, the Wii U flopped harder than a drunk Dad jumping into a swimming pool on holidays! It's marketing was confusing and most consumers (myself included) weren't sure if it was an add on for the Wii or just a slightly beefed up version. Selling just over 13 million consoles compared to … Continue reading Wii U – An Essential Purchase in 2020
So it seems Nintendo will also be entering the virtual reality market shortly albeit in a limited kind of way! As part of the 'Labo' range of cardboard accessories, Nintendo will launch a range of 'Nintendo Labo VR kits' in April. The base model (headset) has five toy-con accessories that can be used in … Continue reading Nintendo VR
Project Scarlett Okay so as mentioned briefly at E3 2018 by Phil Spencer, they are deeply involved in works on their next console. Usually this could mean anything but the interesting line he dropped after was that they were also working on streaming games. Ubisoft also teased that console generations were coming to an … Continue reading Xbox – New Console 2019?