Archive for January, 2012

Nintendo DS gets voice recognition and cloud storage for teaching - Geek.Com

Nintendo‘s main focus has moved from its very popular DS portable gaming unit to the 3DS. However, in its home territory work is still being carried out to extend the usefulness of the last generation device. The latest innovation is aimed at …

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Rhythm Heaven Fever Fixes Its DS Predecessor’s Missed Beats - 1UP.COM

Fever alleviates the difficulty of the DS version by tailoring all the controls to button … for only $30 at launch on February 13 2012 could be just the right way for Nintendo to get your attention.

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Development for Wii U is similar to PS3 and Xbox 360 - GameZone

One of the many worries developers have about next-gen consoles is the learning curve required to take full advantage of the system. With the PS3 and Xbox 360, developers have had time to fully learn the ins-and-outs of each console to really get the most …

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Pennsylvania State Police make cold case arrest in 1979 homicide - Examiner

The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and the Beaver County District Attorney’s Office announced yesterday, January 30, 2012, the arrest of a Bridgewater councilman who is charged in the 1979 strangling death of Catherine Janet Walsh. Gregory Scott Hopkins …

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PS Vita Price Drop: Why Sony Might Cut PlayStation Games’ Sale Price - International Business Times

That’s a 95 percent drop from the first week. Sony actually sold more units of their previous 2005 model, the Play Station Portable (PSP), than the PS Vita. Meanwhile, Nintendo’s 3DS maintained a huge lead, selling 100,000 units despite the post …

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