Nintendo stole the show at E3

Posted on Monday, May 15 2006 @ 13:30 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BBC News reports on how Nintendo stole the show last week at the E3 games expo in Los Angeles:
"Microsoft and Nintendo are building towards something bigger," said Margaret Robertson, editor of the games magazine Edge. "Sony is feeding the market they have built."

The systems from Microsoft and Sony boast powerful computer processors and high definition graphics.

The Wii cannot compare to the raw power of its rivals. Instead Nintendo is aspiring to change the way people play video games.

It has abandoned the traditional controller loaded with buttons in favour of one shaped like a TV remote.

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