Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Imitanis comment on the past, present, and future of the role of the President of Nintendo of America, and then delve deep into handheld console games and hardware, and whether they are played out of necessity or by design.
Portable video game systems and casual mobile software has all but killed off what was once a popular toy category: the handheld electronic game. We revisit that part of gaming history this week.
Loathe as they are to admit it, Nintendo’s handheld business is being undercut by the advent of easily accessible and inexpensive smartphone games. With that in mind, Riddles wonders how long Nintendo can maintain premium prices on handheld software.