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Nintendo Wii Successor Making an Appearance at E3 2011?

Written on April 15, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Is Nintendo finally revealing its next gaming console this E3 2011? Let's hope so, because the Nintendo Wii is getting really old.

Official or unofficial, the Nintendo Wii is as good as gone, as it’s main competitors have caught up in the motion sensory department. So what’s next in-line for Nintendo’s wave of innovation, or what some would call it Nintendo’s gimmick train? Well, we’re about to find out soon, as rumors are brewing around the gaming industry halls that the company is set to unveil their new console at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 2011 from June 7 to June 11 in Los Angeles.

Game Informer has obtained information from anonymous sources that Nintendo’s new gaming console will make its much awaited debut at E3, or possibly even sooner. The sources shared that along with HD capabilities (finally), the new console will be an entirely new system from the Nintendo Wii.

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Marvell’s Armada: Powering up a Game Console?

Written on August 25, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Marvells' is in the process of creating a new powerful game console.

Marvell co-founder Sehat Sutardja revealed recently that Marvell silicon will give power to Nintendo 3DS. It has been a series of teasing from Marvell for potential processors. And yet we are wanting to see ARMADA soon.

“Approximately 15% of the sequential increase [in quarterly sales] was due to the initial production revenue from our ARMADA application processors, primarily as a result of a major customer preparing to launch a new gaming platform,” he snitched a little hint to investors in a conference last week. This translates to “We’ve hit a big shot of processors for a new game console.”

There’s no specific console yet, but we are thinking of Sony’s PSP and Nintendo’s 3DS so we decided to embark them. Well try not to act surprised when there is a quad-core Armada 600 in your hands.

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