What can mobile learn from Wii and DS?

CG writes: "Not content with overturning its own once dwindling fortunes, Nintendo single-handedly reinvented the games industry with its UI. ME contributor Ben Parfitt asks whether the same thing needs to happen in mobile games…

This is not the place to discuss the true origins of the games industry. Let's just say that home gaming started to rise to prominence in the late '70s and early '80s, and in those days it was an exceptionally simple affair. Many people's first home games machine was the Atari 2600, a unit that shipped with a small, black, unassuming joypad boasting a single, bright orange button."

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