Saturday, August 02, 2008

Gamesfurk`s E3 2008: More Emotion with Wii MotionPlus ?

A new official add-on promises a better motion-sensoring.


Nintendo announced the add-on "Wii MotionPlus". Thereby, this add-on is a optional attachment to your Wii-Mote. You attach it at the under-end of your Wii Remote. were you usually plug in your Nunchuck or Classic Controller. The purpose : The movements that you perform with the Wii-Mote shall be transferred preciser to your sensor-bar. The accessory will be available with the Wii Sports successor, Wii Sports Resort (I will write a preview on that,too)


My opinion :


Wow. Nintendo is actually hearing to us and responding. Well, we are one step closer to a 1:1 motion-transfer. Will it be good, or just another piece of plastic ? I don`t know at the moment, but as the loading site at Digg says : Patience is a virtue, my friend.

Gamesfurk`s E3 : Experts Talking II : Grand Theft Auto for the DS!

Like I already said: Nintendo didn`t show a new hoped-for Mario- or Zelda-game, but instead "Big-N" showed us the Logo of Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars . Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games said : "Chinatown Wars offers a rich,fast an intensive GTA experience, that is going to be unique on Nintendo`s handheld console." Another fact: It isn`t going to be located in Liberty City or San Andreas, but has a new location (Probably a chinese-themed district or city). It is also going to be played online.

E3 2008 : Gamesfurk is on the job !!

First of all : I live in Germany, so guess where I will go too ! Yes, that is right ! The Leipzig Games Convention. I will also report on that event.

E3 was a disappointment for Core-Gamers like me. But, hey ! Nintendo said that they won`t announce hardcore-games on E3, so I kind of expected something like this. But overall, it wasn`t as bad as I first thought. With titles like Animal Crossing: City Folk,Castlevania, Wario Land Wii, Wii Sports Resort, Dragon Quest IV, Wii Music, and last but not least Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars some of us are still happy. As Super Mario will always say :


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