Just look at the evidence:
- Registered on May 24, 2011 through the same company that registered NINTENDOWII.COM and NINTENDO3DS.COM. This was registered nearly a year before any of the next-gen speculation began.
- Registered on May 28, 2011 through two differed registrars. This obviously isn't just a coincidence.
- All registered on June 1, 2011.
Also, the domain BEEM.COM was apparently purchased on January 31 for $136,000. Nobody's going to drop that kind of money on a domain name unless they have a vested interest in the name.
When you look at the evidence, Beem is the only name tha really seems to make sense.[/p]
The problem is that Project Beem was the name attached to a submission to a Wii 2 mock-up contest run by IGN last month, a fact the super-gamers at NeoGAF have been sorting out. The person who submitted the Beem, 27-year-old Canberra-based Aaron Carr, has registered NintendoBeemShop.com and NintendoBeemGames.com.
Our take on the name Beem? We're not buying it.[/p]