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Submitted by mrbojingles 578d ago | news

Nintendo worked on gaming phone with Sidekick creator in 2004

It has come out that in 2004 Nintendo and Danger, best known for making the popular Sidekick smartphone, were working together on a gaming phone that sounds like it would've outdone the current mobile gaming industry years before it took off. (3DS, Mobile, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

GotHDGame  +   578d ago
Sony's Playstation phone flopped. I never have seen anyone with this phone. I though it was cool back then.
stragomccloud  +   578d ago
It's too bad it did. They really just should've invested more heavily into the device and it would have been/sold better.
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wonderfulmonkeyman  +   578d ago
I'm glad Nintendo reversed course on that front.
I much prefer proper handhelds and home consoles for my gaming experiences.
ZeekQuattro  +   578d ago
I second that.

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