Shigeru Miyamoto Has A Question

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Nintendo has a question for all of us; What game do you want Nintendo to make for Wii U?

The good guys over at Kotaku recently had the opportunity to interview Shigeru Miyamoto during E3 last week and he had some very interesting things to say. Mr. Miyamoto said to the Kotaku writer that if they get a really good answer (in regards to what game should come out on Wii U), then to give him a call.

Here is the quote from the interview:

“So certainly, for Kotaku readers, they know there are a lot of different hardware platforms, and I hope that they look at those as necessarily a competition between all the platforms but really that each platform has its own uniqueness.”

“One of the uniquenesses of Wii U [is that] this is a device that’s really suited to being connected to the TV in you...

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List of Improvements For Borderlands 2 on PS Vita

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There is an all new update for Borderlands 2 on PS Vita. Apparently they have improved overall stability and performance and have addressed the control issues as well. Check out the full list below:

- Improved stability and performance
- Addressed issues with audio playback
- Gyroscopic controls can now be independently inverted
- There are now scaling sliders for rear touch inputs in the Options menu
- Addressed an issue where players were not notified that their online session had expired, which caused players to incorrectly appear available for multiplayer

Borderlands 2 was release on the PS Vita earlier this year but has received some pretty harsh reviews.

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Playstation Now Video

The good guys over at Kotaku got a chance to sit down with Playstation now and here is what they had to say. Sony announced Playstation Now, a system that lets you stream older Playstation games and it’s currently in beta. Check out the video and see what they thought.

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Nintendo Minute Live At E3

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MIYAMOTO DISCUSSES THE POTENTIAL FOR DUAL GAMEPAD WII U GAMES

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Shigeru Miyamoto has stated that the Wii U won’t support two GamePad controllers anytime soon. Dual Gamepad support was discussed earlier in the Wii U’s lifecycle, but it’s not on Nintendo’s current list of priorities. Here is what Shiggy had to say regarding the subject:

“Certainly as we’ve been working on Wii U, I think we’re at a point where we don’t feel it’s realistic to expect people to purchase two GamePads yet,” Miyamoto said. “We’re still trying to get as many people as possible to buy the system itself, and that’s where our focus is right now. For the time being, two GamePad gameplay is not within our objectives in the short-term.”

“From a technical standpoint, I think if we decided to pursue that, technically we would be able to and we can perform system updates that wo...

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Project Morpheus in Action PlayStation 4 VR Headset Tested With The Deep

Check out this new video showcasing the recently announced PS4 VR headset, Project Morpheus. The video displays a demo of an undersea filled with realistic sharks. The video captures how amazing Project Morpheus can be and we are very interested in trying this out ourselves.

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Incredible Twitch Infograph

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Twitch has officially broke their viewership record with this year’s E3 show. The popular site was used to broadcast the E3 press conferences as well as stream live footage from Nintendo’s very own Treehouse.

Congrats Twitch.

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Murasaki Baby Releases This September

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Murasaki Baby for the PS Vita now has a release month. The stylish Vita title will be headed to retail sometime in September. The news was announced from developer Ovosonico via twitter. The game will be exclusively on PSN.

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Incredible The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt Gameplay Video

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Grand Theft Auto 5 PS4 vs PS3 Comparison Video

Here is an extended Grand Theft Auto 5 PS4 vs PS3 comparison video for everyone to check out. While the PS3 version looked pretty good to begin with, the PS4 version is downright beautiful. Graphics wise there is no comparison and it’s pretty remarkable what the PS4 can produce. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for the next generation systems.

Be sure to watch the video and let us know what you think. GTA V for PS4, XBOX One and PC is set to release sometime this year.

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