Nintendo subtly announced the launch of another new console recently, the Wii-Mini. The console, which will be available in Canada starting December 7th for $100, specializes in supporting Nintendo Wii titles; however, lacks an array of the important features included in the original Nintendo Wii. Backwards compatibility for GameCube titles, and the ability to connect
It seems that after the price bump this month for Netflix service, and their rather large (nearly 50%!) plummet in the stock market as consequence, they have planned to re-strategize. Netflix is branching off into two companies – The first one, Netflix, which will exclusively deal with streaming movies and digital content over the internet.
After Nintendo’s E3 conference this year my mind was pretty much made up. I told myself that for the foreseeable future, the last Nintendo related product I would purchase would be the upcoming Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. However there is something that Nintendo could do that may make me reconsider that and after what
E3 is an exciting time and Gamer Escape has boots on the ground out in Los Angeles, California, bringing you all the latest news about games that you care about. Last night, we were able to check in with members of our staff out at E3, Ganiman, Gahoo and Fusionx, and get news about all
Continuing with the E3 unveilings, Nintendo has finally shown off what people have referred to as the “Wii 2”- the Wii U. The new console builds upon its predecessor, using both Wii Remotes and a brand new “New Controller” (As Nintendo has been referring to it). The new console, together with the New Controller, appears
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