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Submitted by NintendoUni 1176d ago | news

Miyamoto: We're "hoping to evolve" the Wii

Nintendo Universe writes:

Within a recent interview, legendary videogame developer Shigeru Miyamoto has commented that Nintendo are "hoping to evolve" the Wii past its "family orientated, played in the living room" nature. (Shigeru Miyamoto, Tag Invalid, Wii)

Droid Control  +   1176d ago
No chance.

No one is going to buy 8 year old hardware now other that casual noobs.
Seedhouse  +   1176d ago
I think he means with Project Cafe ;)
matey  +   1176d ago
if he wanted he could make the wii amazing all he has to do is link up with a few 3rd partys on mature games and thats it done
Valk  +   1176d ago
They tried exactly that with Wii and 3rd parties dropped the ball big time.
soren  +   1176d ago
MATURE? lol define that guts an gore and profam? sry but that makes a game corny scary violent ok but god of war and mortal combat no just no

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