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    Project Cafe Rumors - Centered Around Connecting and Gaming With Others + More


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    Project Cafe Rumors - Centered Around Connecting and Gaming With Others + More

    Post by Bramblefang on Tue Apr 26, 2011 9:38 pm

    Project Cafe Rumors - Centered Around Connecting and Gaming With Others + More
    Posted on April 26, 2011 by Bramblefang

    1Up's Sam Kennedy has recently posted an article concerning rumors he has heard about Project Cafe. (aka The Wii 2) In his article, he states that Project Cafe won't have friend codes yet the console will be based around connecting, sharing, and gaming with others. To provide an example for this statement, he writes:
    Imagine seeing your friend's game in one of the screens. You click on it, and -- provided you have the game too -- you then seamlessly join his or her game. No waiting until the next match and no buffering to sync up consoles. Just a seamless online experience, exactly as Nintendo would want it. And the beauty of this is that the concept extends to not only new games, but potentially Nintendo's back catalog of classics. Got a friend racing the AI in Super Mario Kart? What if the game was retrofitted so that you could hop right in at any given moment? That, my friends, may well be the promise of Project Cafe.
    Assuming what he says is true, you can say that Nintendo is looking into their online services to increase interaction between gamers. Hopefully they can create something extraordinary to amaze fans and non fans alike.

    We recommend that you read the rest of Sam's article if you are interested in this topic.


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