That's it, the summer break is now over, and though we managed to bring quite a lot of content in the past two months, you should of course expect a lot more in September. Our small team is as motivated as ever, so you should see a good number of videos of highly-anticipated games such as Borderlands 2 or Fifa 13 or PES 2013, but we'll also cover more modest titles, like Of Orcs and Men, whose graphics seem rather impressive to us considering it's not a AAA game, or The testament of Sherlock Holmes, which could appeal to adventure enthusiasts. If I can find some time to translate both articles, we'll also have a full hands-on preview of Harold, Moon Spider's very first game, as well as the interview of Loris Malek, the studio's president. Lots of stuff as I was saying, to thank you for your support and confidence.
Not to say they'll find success in their strategy this go around.. we'll see. I'm more confident in at least a meager success than most because I think they have more riding on this than WiiU. (2 Hours ago)
That's because you don't understand Nintendo. They've never built a platform around their competition. They've literally always avoided it. Since forever. (2 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: probabaly comes from the time when they were actually competative and wanted to succeed? It's been so long i can't pinpoint when exactly that was. (2 Hours ago)
Nintendo has been weird since they packed a robot in with the NES. (2 Hours ago)
I think "same old Nintendo" is a great point. I don't know where the expectation for "normal Nintendo" comes from. (2 Hours ago)