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Discussion in 'iPad' started by applefan289, Apr 6, 2011.
Pokémon on the iPad - that would blow away the DS experience.
am pretty sure they have a huge software company. that isnt the barrier. the cannibalization for all sales of their console is the main problem.
Pokeyman?! Pokeyman with the pokey and the man and the thing where the guy comes out of the thing, and he likes to fall out of that whrr ah ah ah!
With current sales of 3DS, it'll be a cold day in hell before Nintendo'h develops for iPad.
Isn't this what happened to Sega?
also pokemon on iphone using the gba emulator is pretty sweet. have to jailbreak and it costs 5 bucks but you can torrent a pack with like.... 500+ roms in it. Everything from Paperboy to pokemon.
Sega couldn't keep up with Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. Although I LOVE my Dreamcast (and still play it on "bronight") it failed from a marketing perspective. It's a shame, could've been something great.
I remember being one of the Nintendo camp in my teens, always fights with the Sega camp. Fanboys before the internet. Awesome.
Apple could also licence the iPad to Nintendo, so Nintendo could make their own iPads
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the 3DS a hit? Nintendo's not gasping for air yet, so it makes little sense for them.
3D dual screen ipads with a stylus? Good God save us...
Never gonna happen. For a start no one would want to pay the money having being spoiled with 59p games. I for one would also hate to play cut-down versions of Nintendo's greatest games.
Well I wouldn't mind to have the older Nintendo Game Boy -> DS titles 'officially' supported on iOS
Not sure how to play a Wii game on an iDevice yet
The best part about it is the top screen is bigger than the bottom screen. Thats like having a iPhone home button off center.
You just can't replace buttons for full gaming
Just about the same probability of Apple licensing iOS and Mac OS X to other computers.
True but Nintendo DS has a lot of touch stylus based games that should work very well on the larger, higher res screen of the iPad. Off the top of my head, I can think of DS games like
- Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney
- Dragon Quest 9
- Hotel Dusk
- Ninja Gaiden
- Advanced Wars
- Elite Beat Agents (I guess)
- Rhythm Heaven
- Animal Crossing
- Professor Layton
etc., many more.
Some have already made it to iOS like GTA but still DS has so many games that, if made into "HD" versions, will play awesome on the iPad.
Good point. I was more focused on the "DURR I'LL JUST PUT A DPAD+BUTTON OVERLAY ON A SHODDY PORT. THIS WILL SURELY END HANDHELD GAMING" which is much too common
What if? It would be AWESOME!!!
But not likely that the software side of Nintendo will ever develop for the iOS platform. I just can't see them funneling their base away from their own hardware.
Question for you guys, of the Big Three, is Nintendo the only gaming company developing for their own hardware right now?
What if I rode a unicorn to work every day?
Nope, all the big three develop for their own hardware.
Hmm... Let me rephrase.
Of the Big Three, is Nintendo the only console gaming company that develops game software?
I'm not sure but, I don't think Sony develops games software. I think at one time Microsoft developed for the XBOX but not for the XBOX 360.
No. All three have in-house game development.
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Thanks for the clarification. =)
Sony develops in house software.
Microsoft made this "Halo trilogy" in house. You might have heard of it.
the only 5 finger gesture that monstrosity deserves is a punch in the proverbial face
According to Wikipadia...
Sure Microsoft bought the franchise but I don't think they got guys in Redmond, Washington working on games. Well maybe Minesweeper.
I just want the original Mario and the original Mario Kart on the iPad. I swear, thats all I want