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Intuitive control for anyone using the physical motion of the main Wii Remote, which resembles a television remote control. Up to four Wii Remotes can be connected at once using wireless Bluetooth technology. The wireless signal can be detected within 10 metres of the console. Both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk include a three-axis motion sensor. The Wii Remote also includes a speaker, rumble feature and expansion port, and can be used as a pointer within 5 metres of the screen. The Wii Remote has a Power switch, +Control Pad, A Button, B Button, - Button, + Button, Home Button and 1 and 2 Buttons.
Yuji Naka, the creator of Sonic the Hedgehog, has just unveiled his latest project, and it's a 3DS and Wii game called Tenku no Kishi: Rodea.
The game's been detailed in Famitsu and, thanks to translation by 1Up, it looks like Naka's been dreaming up an aerial shoot-m-up, which isn't a million miles away from the SEGA Saturn masterpiece NiGHTS. It looks like bosses are a much bigger part of the deal, however.
With a story created by Takumi Miyajima, who wrote Tales of the Abyss and Arc Rise Fantasia, this is an exciting project. The games creators certainly think so, anyway, with Hitoshi Hasegawa, speaking on behalf of Kadokawa Games, the Japanese publisher, saying, "I've always wanted a game that captured the wonder of flying through the air, the sort of thing everyone's dreamed about at least once in their lives. The idiosyncrasies of player and camera control have always been a problem with that, but with his unique perspective and experience, Naka has been able to find a solution for us."
It hard to keep track of all the rumours swirling around with regard to Nintendo new console, but now Eurogamer reporting that, whatever else you may have heard, Nintendo will not be abandoning d-pads and buttons in favour of touch-screen only controls.
And the news came from the very top, too, during an investor call with Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata. "When we look at [a tablet] from the viewpoint of 'developing software which uses a touch screen', I think it is an interesting device if it creates an experience that is in line with the trend created by Nintendo DS," he said. "On the other hand, we have never abandoned the + Control Pad and buttons for our game systems because we think these functions are advantageous when creating highly reactive games. In this meaning, I do not think Nintendo hardware will take on any of the current tablet forms as they are without buttons, to make our game devices. However, this is only when we consider tablets as game devices and, for other purposes, I think tablets are very interesting, and they are a form of hardware that will continue to grow."
There you have it, then. As for which features Nintendo new machine will contain, wel all have to wait for this June E3 to find out.
Drawsome Tablet coming soon for Wii
Ubisoft has announced that it will be releasing a new tablet-style controller peripheral for Wii.
The Drawsome Tablet features an 8.5-inch screen that lets players create sketches that can be brought to life on their TVs, or else control games using stylus-based movements.
It will come bundled with two separate titles, the first of which is Drawsome Artist, a virtual art studio that lets players sketch and colour their own masterpieces, with help from cartoon icons the Smurfs.
Meanwhile, Drawsome Sketch Quest offers an innovative platform game experience, as gamers use their styluses to create bridges and trampolines to transport cute animal heroes through the world of PaperCity.
It could also help to whet appetites for Nintendo's new console, the Wii U, which features a high-tech tablet-style controller that provides revolutionary new ways to interact with games.
Two new additions to Tecmo Koei's acclaimed psychological horror series Project Zero will be heading to Nintendo consoles across Europe this year.
Coming to Nintendo 3DS in the second quarter of 2012 is Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir, a unique augmented reality game that utilises the console's in-built cameras to deliver a spine-chilling experience.
The game challenges players to help a mysterious girl called Maya, who is caught in a terrifying curse and can be seen interacting with gamers' real-world environments through the camera.
Included with the game is a 16-page notebook filled with unsettling images that come to life when viewed through the 3DS screen, some of which reveal clues to unravel mysteries, while others will cause players to come under attack from evil spirits.
Meanwhile, Nintendo also confirmed a Western release for a new Wii remake of Project Zero II: Crimson Butterfly, originally launched on PlayStation 2 in 2003.
Over the years, the game has developed a reputation as one of the scariest games ever made.
Yuji Naka, the creator of Sonic the Hedgehog, has just unveiled his latest project, and it's a 3DS and Wii game called Tenku no Kishi: Rodea.…
It hard to keep track of all the rumours swirling around with regard to Nintendo new console, but now Eurogamer reporting that, whatever else you may have heard, Nintendo will not be abandoning d-pads…
Drawsome Tablet coming soon for Wii (09/11/2011)
Ubisoft has announced that it will be releasing a new tablet-style controller peripheral for Wii.…
Project Zero horror games coming to W… (23/02/2012)
Two new additions to Tecmo Koei's acclaimed psychological horror series Project Zero will be heading to Nintendo consoles across Europe this year.…
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