Sales for the handheld Nintendo DS has seen a drop when compared to last year’s sales. For some time now we have all been looking for signs that Nintendo would be redesigning the DS or releasing a brand new model that would offer more features and be slightly more exciting then the current model.
According to Nikkei Net that time has finally come! The new system will be released in Japan no later then the end of the year. The features for the new device include music playback, camera function, and improved wireless capabilities. Those are the only details that we have at this time.
Phoenix Wright is back on the Nintendo DS and with him comes new cases to solve when the new game – Ace Attorney: Trials And Tribulations is released October 3rd. The game has all new mysteries that need to be solved and brings back all of the character that we love from the series.
In the game you will take the role of the defense lawyer – Phoenix Wright as you work hard to find justice for your clients. It doesn’t matter if this will be your first time playing the game or if you are a true fan because you will enjoy the thrill it takes to win your cases.
We just can’t help but be excited about the newly released demo for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and it looks as if most people agree with us. LucasArts bragged today that the demo was able to break all of the previous download records for Xbox Live.
They stated that during the first eight days that it was released the demo received over a million downloads. Those numbers combined with the number of people from the PlayStation Network version it is a total of 2.3 million people. With this large amount of people we can only imagine how the sales will be when the full version of the game is finally released September 16th on the Xbox 360, PS2 and 3, and Nintendo Wii.
Nintendo is undergoing yet another patent fight set against the ever popular Wii videogame console. Hillcrest Labs announced this week that they are suing Nintendo over their wand shaped remote controller.
They stated in the lawsuit that the technology used for this controller is an infringement on the patent for their own “handheld three-dimensional pointing device” and that software that comes with it.
A Nintendo spokesman declined to comment, saying the company had not been contacted by Hillcrest Labs at this time. The news triggered a sell-off of Nintendo’s shares in Japan. By the close of trading in Osaka, investors had knocked 3.6% off Nintendo’s shares, which have fallen by nearly 25% since the start of the year.
If you love puzzle games that are not going to bore you to death then you are going to enjoy playing the new Puzzling Adventure. This new puzzle game for the Nintendo DS is a combination of adventure into a challenging puzzle game that will encourage your mind to think.
You play Henry Hatsworth the light hearted character who will guide you on your journey through your puzzling adventure. In this two-in-one adventure, explore five exotic worlds, fight a variety of opponents, and venture through more than 30 levels, including nearly a dozen hidden levels, while taking on outrageous world-ending bosses.