RUMOR: Next gen ds to take a step in the psp go direction

Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Technik, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. Technik

    Technik GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    May 2, 2009
    United States
    Nintendo is considering taking a page from the Psp and making everyone buy their games again with its next handheld console The Dsigo
    The move, if it did happen, would clearly be a response to the surging popularity of Pspgo gaming.
    "Only people who can pay thousands of dollars a month [in playstation network subscriptions] can be PSPgo customers. That doesn't fit Nintendo customers because we make amusement products," Mr Iwata said.
    The $1000 Sony ericson's one-off cost would better suit Nintendo's customer base, he said. "In reality, if we did this it would increase the cost of the hardware, and customers would complain about Nintendo putting prices up, but it is one option for the future."
  2. Hop2089

    Hop2089 Cute>Hot

    Jan 31, 2008
    United States
    Only 100 games are available at launch (98 are shovelware). Also, no legacy collection for older titles and no goodwill or conversion program.
  3. epicelite

    epicelite Equal opportunity ass kicker.

    May 29, 2008
    United States
    That DS wont sell because 75% of all current DS sales are pirates. [​IMG]
  4. prowler

    prowler Sony

    Jul 14, 2009
    lmao, they should stop on the new consoles, everyone is happy at the moment.
  5. Placeholder

    Placeholder GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 25, 2009
    i heard they're like not making any first party games for this one as they want to concentrate on making anti piracy.
  6. Frog

    Frog GBAtemp Fan

    Aug 1, 2008
    Nuclear pony swamp
    I have a feeling this article is somewhat fake.... [​IMG]
    Besides, everyone knows the ds2 will focus more on piracy by spending 100% of their time on anti piracy, and 0% on games.
    Who needs games when you can stop pirates!?
  7. soulx

    soulx GBAtemp Legend

    Apr 4, 2009
    Nintendo - The next DS will focus on piracy and making it easier for pirates to put their games on. We will pretend to add "tough" encryption when it will be easy to crack. It will be more cost-effective. Piraters in turn, will love us and purchase more systems. Win-Win!
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