Nintendo’s E3 Conference

July 15, 2008 at 1:55 pm Leave a comment

Having been thoroughly addicted to Animal Crossing: Wild World, I can’t containt my excitment for the new Wii game, Animal Crossing: City Folk. Plus, in-game voice chat?!?!?!  I’m lining up now.

Two years ago, I remember watching Shigeru Miyamoto come out in a tuxedo and proceed to use the Wiimote to conduct a virtual orchestra.  Now, we only have to wait until the end of the year for this mini-game music collection.

I know, it’s not enough for the nay-sayers, but I think this solidifies Nintendo’s plans for gaming domination.  These, plus Shaun White’s Snowboarding, a Grand Theft Auto game for the DS, and the upcoming game Conduit prove that Nintendo, in their own way, really is taking care of all their gamers, hardcore and casual.

While I do own an Xbox 360, I’m much more impressed with what Nintendo has done for the gaming industry and bringing this hobby to the masses.  I’m proud to be an early adopter of the Wii and the DS, and I hope Nintendo continues to innovate…and hopefully make their next console graphically on par with Sony and Microsoft.

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