How will DS devs incorporate the new camera and music playback into handheld gaming. TechRadar polls a number of devs to find out more...
It's not what the DS has, it's what they do with it that counts...
ie is it going to be something properly made use of in terms of gameplay (in which case, YAY!) or is it merely an MP3 /cheap camera tag on to provide more random features that gamers don't really want or need AS THEY HAVE IPODS AND BETTER CAMERAS ALREADY (in which case, BOOOOO!)
And Nintendo won't fix it. Just because I've had it two years. I hate them now. Well, a bit. Damn you Mario, I'll always love you.
We are sincerely sorry about your Nintendo DS but we are currently busy with top secret announcements and projects being announced at TGS. Stay attuned for more info. PS: I also heard Microsoft has crazy shít going on too but who cares bout ol' MS.
This is a ploy to recapture Japan. Not a bad thing.
Course not, and we already control most of Japan, silly look at the stock market and NPD. Everyone who didn't buy a Wii or DS in the last year already has one! Don't tell me that we need to recapture something we already have, your comment has no affect on us anyways, you are tiny compared to us.
Already has this stuff... what's the point.
What's the point in those, either?
I'm sorry but I cannot touch my PSP's screen with a pen and play games such as Trauma Center. But what's the point.
Are probably just adding an mp3 player and a camera to compete against the psp which is more popular in Japan at the moment. I really dont see myself whipping out my ds in public at a say, Starbucks to hear music. I already have an Ipod touch for that.
"TechRadar polled a number of leading Nintendo DS developers..." "...Team 17 Software's head of development, Martyn Brown told TechRadar." "Oxygen's Kevin Hassall..." Leading developers? Sure, Worms is pretty fun (Team 17), but I was expecting EA, LucasArts, ActiBlizz, or Ubisoft responses... "TechRadar has polled a number of other major DS developers on this matter..." So... why not put their opinion in this article as well?
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