Nintendo DS - Xbox 360 Connectivity Considered For 'Viva Pinata: Trouble In Paradise'

MTV Multiplayer writes:

What would you say about the unholy marriage of the Nintendo DS and Xbox 360?

The developers at Microsoft's Rare games studio tested it and one of them told me that they've gotten it to work.

But you won't be playing it.

Here's why…

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meepmoopmeep3857d ago

that's very cool indeed if this comes true.

PS360WII3857d ago (Edited 3857d ago )

That would of been epic ^^

v1c1ous3857d ago (Edited 3857d ago )

to know why it didn't happen

MS: so yeah, hey guys. you know your DS thingy is purty popular with the kids, and we're kinda trying to break into the casual market. we got this series with Rare, you know your former most important company that we took from you, and we were know...

could you give the permit to allow a DS-360 connection for our Viva Pinata game?

Nintendo: NO! 360 is pig disgusting! Nintendo would commit seppuku before allowing our gracious DS to connect to your console and get e-herpes! didn't you get the hint when we cut the umbilical on your little goldeneye remake project? we are NINTENDO. we share our profits with NO ONE BUT OURSELVES!

EDIT: after READING THE ARTICLE, it turns out the 360 just reads from the screen of the DS.


PS360WII3857d ago (Edited 3857d ago )

actually it was because Rare didn't think about it till the DS game was finished

DanteLinkX3857d ago (Edited 3857d ago )

HAHAHA, nice one, now picture this, you connect your DS to your 360, then the DS stars flashing red, boths screens, and DS turns off, and does that everytime you turn it on. Nintendo RSoD (Red Screens of Death), bubbles!

iamtehpwn3857d ago

a Dog having Sex with A Panda bear?

Although, it'd be interesting to see.

SolidSnake933857d ago

Doubt it, they are systems from two different corporations.

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