SideQuesting.com - Grand Theft Auto 5, a Nintendo Social Network, streaming 3D video, and a sweet, sweet industrial design are just a few of the things we'd love to see come to the next Nintendo console.
1. Something New
Like an article that isn't a Ten Things list? Oh this is about Nintendo, not Lazy writing.
how about an actual controller this time and keep the motion on the side as an alternate option ohhhh and get rid of the shovelware actually remember all your older awesome system yeah copy that but make it HD new and better
"ohhhh and get rid of the shovelware " Thats BAD BUSINESS. Third parties will be like : "Okai we move to Xbox and PS3 then, F'u Nintendo. TROLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL" Nintendo can't do that, it will be bad for their reputation. And Wii-mode was ALWAYS optional to developers. Gamepad could be implemented as well.
well 3rd parties could also learn to develop real games instead of the 9 millionth cooking mama by all means support new devs but they should help them selfs by learning what games are first
It got NOTHING to do with "learning". Shovelware sells, it basically supports their bigger projects.
if it's 80% more powerful than a 360/ps3 as I read it could be then they better not stick us with a gimmicky controller only. Given that it's been said it will likely be 2014 before we see the next xbox/PS then the new nintendo could tide over hardcore gamers until then, if the controller is good(and the online of course).
Not another Wii thats for sure. What I really want to see from Nintendo is a HD console that brings more core experiences to the table. All the casual crap has produced a ton of shovelware on the Wii which is something I dont want to see.
one thing i have imagined for years was a home console that is also a portable. If you could download the games on play that on the controllers screen,at home or away that would be awesome. Even if it were limited to virtual console games.
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