What Nintendo Did Next

What to do when your portable is ruling the waves, your consoles are selling faster than you can produce them and there is this little Gameboy brand waiting in the wings? These are tough times for Nintendo Corp.

But hang in there Mr Nintendo, for we have seen the future and there is hope! A weary traveller called in not more that 2 days ago, full of news from a distant time. Here is his foretelling of what Nintendo did next.

Wii-bird: He told of the return of the grand-daddy of controllers. This time not only wire free but now is fully packed out with multi-directional rumble.

Not only that, he said, but it also comes with a built in charger that plugs into the USB port on the back of your Wii. So no more scurrying around for batteries.

Wii-player: He whispered of using his DS to play Game Boy Advance (GBA) games on his TV. Simply pop in your old GBA cart into the DS and follow the on screen advice to connect wirelessly to the Wii-player channe, and away you go! You can then play those classic GBA titles using your DS as a controller with the action super large on your TV.

Not only that, he said, but you can play GBA games that used the link cable for mulitplayer, against your friends via the Wii Connect 24.

Wii-board: He spoke of a full querty keyboard for the Wii. Complete with holster for the Wii-mote to provide wireless typing fun!

Not only that, he said, but it also has built in game controls for a quick switch of context between movement and typing, for any major MMO’s that may show up on the Wii sometime soon.

gameboyvc.gifWii-boy: He sang with joy about the original Gameboy Virtual Console. For just 100 points, you can buy a packs of original Gameboy games and play them in all their pixelated green/grey full screen glory.

Not only that, he said, but you can play Gameboy Colour titles too, and take advantage of any Super Gameboy features on the cartridge.

Mii-stats: He talked of a new Mii statistics channel to provide graphs and statistics of your Mii’s progress through the games it has played.

Not only that, he said, but this also enables your Mii’s stats to travel with them to other Wii’s, thus enabling comparisons and competition between your friends.

Phew! Well there you have it, the honest to gospel truth. Well that’s what he said anyhow.

Andy Robertson

6 Responses to “What Nintendo Did Next”

  1. 1 Rollin February 14, 2007 at 7:39 am

    So A-Rob, is this a “What we expect” thing or a “What we wanna see” thing?

    I don’t think any of those will come true, personally. Though that DS GB Player idea is interesting.

  2. 2 AndyR February 14, 2007 at 7:53 am

    I guess its more of a what I’d like to see than what will actually happen. Although you never know with the big ‘N’.

    I like the GBA player idea too, although it overlaps with their VC games sales.

  3. 3 Kerri February 15, 2007 at 12:59 am

    I like the GBA emulation via DS idea – I really doubt Nintendo will do this though. It’d prevent sales for the virtual console mostly because most of the good GBA games are old SNES games ported to the portable.

  4. 4 Rick February 17, 2007 at 5:00 pm

    Well Well Mr Nintendo, so what of my xbox controller and my pc flight stick???
    Huh huh!!!??

  5. 5 hbg February 21, 2007 at 9:25 am


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