One in five American households has a Nintendo DS handheld gaming system, but the Japanese company hopes to better those odds when the new DS-i hits American stores sometime in 2009. CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with Nintendo's Charlie Scibetta about why this slimmer model with built-in cameras will be worth the extra money over the DC Lite and why it's fair the Japanese market gets it this November.
CNET sits down with PopCap CEO David Roberts and co-founder John Vechey to talk about porting games over to the iPad, the rise of 3D gaming, games on Facebook, and the many Bejeweled copycats.
A series of popular titles, combined with inexpensive consoles from Microsoft and Nintendo, could be what insulates the game industry from the chilly economy.
Can the iPhone and iPod Touch combo take out the Nintendo DS in the handheld gaming market?
Game company also shows U.S. press its new DS-i handheld player, which it acknowledges won't be available in North America any time soon.
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After two years since its release, Mother 3 still hasn't been seen stateside, despite its main character's inclusion in Super Smash Bros Brawl.
Aspyr Media producer Chance Copeland talks about the new upcoming versions of the expanding pop-culture juggernaut.
Nintendo announced 'Mario Kart Wii,' an online Wii racing game that will include a wheel accessory for the Wiimote.
Nintendo says its DS Wi-Fi service has now had 5 million users, and 200 million total game-play sessions.