What PSNow offers is to make the catalogue of PlayStation games available anywhere, on your two main devices. What we've yet to learn is pricing, and structure. This is where Sony can take their mistakes - Microsoft and Nintendo's, included - and completely shit on everyone.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
at 10:23 PM
Monday, February 3, 2014
I know, I know, don't let me hear it. I've been absent from posting OC for months, then come full-force in January with nothing but Nintendo-related articles. Hell, if it weren't for my nickname, you'd think I was a fanboy. It's only because Nintendo is the only company of the Big Three that's making headlines with what they're doing internally.
Last year, Nintendo made headlines when they merged their handheld and console divisions into one, solitary unit. Rumors were a flurry about what Nintendo was doing with this, but nothing until now has shown up. Polygon's article today highlight an investor call from last week, in which Iwata stated it's become possible for Nintendo to "achieve a fair degree of architectural integration." Considering that the first article linked mentioned that the new building's projected completion was to be towards the end of last year, it's only good news that we're already hearing something.
What does this news mean, though? Think about how the experience is between your Wii U and 3DS, and the Nintendo Network. Done? Good.
There is none.
at 8:22 PM