Monday, September 29, 2008

RUMOR: New Nintendo DS Coming This Year With Camera, Music Playback


According to a report from Nikkei Net, Nintendo will introduce a new iteration of this Nintendo DS later this year, featuring a built-in camera and music playback. The new version of the DS is also reported to have improved wireless functions. Some versions of the report indicate the improved wireless capabilities will allow the new DS to connect to "information terminals," expanding the machine's non-gaming features.

The Japanese version of the report mentions that pictures taken via the DS's internal camera can be used by games, opening up new gameplay options.

Nikkei Net writes that the new version is "expected to be priced below 20,000 yen." The Nintendo DS Lite is currently priced at 16,800 yen in Japan. The new DS will launch first in Japan, with the country seeing an allocation of "several hundred thousand units" before any overseas sales.

Nintendo To Debut Camera-Equipped, Music-Playing DS In Late '08 [Nikkei Net (subscription required) via NeoGAF]

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

WOW, Need for Speed Undercover for the IPhone.






Need for Speed: Undercover is heading to the iPhone!! The game will allow you to customize your car, deliver packages cross town. The game is due out to the iPhone and iTouch in November in the Appstore.
Looking at the first srceens of this game, all i can say is wow, the graphics is getting close to PSP or PS2 level. And this by far looks like the best looking game on the Iphone. I will be looking forward to his game November.

New Pro Evo 2009 Screens






So these are the latest screens of PES2009...i does look very similar to PES2008, but better graphics overall. This game is set to release in October on all platform. So stay tune.

Yakuza 3 scan Screens






This week's Famitsu has a bunch of screens of upcoming PS3 title Ryu Ga Gotoku 3 (aka Yakuza 3). The game picks up where the prequel left off, follows main character Kiryu Kazuma from fictional Kamuro-cho to Okinawa and features loads of big name Japanese actor talent doing the voice work. Check out the screens below. Looks like Yakuza 2, but with better graphics