Nintendo went all in on motion control, and now the rest of the industry is following their lead. But according to Mario mastermind Shigeru Miyamoto, the company doesn't think it's quite time for them to jump into the third dimension.
Counting the Apple WWDC Wi-Fi trouble and the Google I/O Wi-Fi trouble, this is the third conference in which there was wireless interference problems on stage and they asked us to turn off our Wi-Fi.
The Kotaku boys got through a series of Miyamoto interviews, where they ask Shiggy about future revisions of the Wii, shortages, the next-gen of the DS, and (heaven forbid) retirement plans. [Kotaku]
So, apparently these kids were watching telly at home when some japanese Mulder-and-Scully-wannabes arrive with some white magic wand. Then the whole family gathers around the TV to laugh at grandpa while changing his hairstyle. It's like, oh grandpa, we love you, but you would be so much cooler with an afro wig,…
Cuddlebear Jason Chen is at the Game Developers Conference right now, and he's gearing up to cover Miyamoto-san's keynote address and the rest of the Nintendo keynote. He'll be liveblogging the event, which is set to kick off at 1:30 EST/10:30 PST, so get yourself settled to see what kind of magical crap Nintendo…
Although Ashcraft is in Japan, we could hear his tears drop loudly on his stained MacBook Pro all the way here across the Pacific here in California when he read Miyamoto say that the Wii is "basically a GC".