Eidos gives back some life to its Nintendo DS videogame Soul Bubbles with the help of an official press release this morning. It juxtaposes humor and simplicity in a quest where a sorcerer wannabee must guide souls, which is done by drawing bubbles on the screen using the stylus. Each one of them possess its own caracteristics and you will have to burst, divide or reunite them in order to get through about 40 levels. Planned for this spring.
@GriftGFX: Well that's good that you can charge the console while it's in handheld mode via a cable. (3 minutes ago)
@droezelke: The last time they did that was with the Gamecube, which was noticable more powerful than the PS2. the machine was not a big success and they dropped out of the performance race. (5 minutes ago)
the 32GB internal storage will limit the use of digital downloads and distribution. Same as the Wii U it seems, while games will continue to grow in size. (13 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Yes, if Nintendo would listen to their fans, their would be a console as powerfull or better than the PS4. But they keep failing to understand that. (14 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Your arguments are dishonest. You say that we play the expert and then attack everyone with your 'expertise and knowledge' of the gaming industry. (15 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Because you are THE expert on gaming industry, you are allowed to twist things to make someone look stupid. (17 minutes ago)
Yea a Nintendo PS4 would be super relevant and successful. Droez saw it in his crystal ball ;) (22 minutes ago)