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Nintendo updates patent for Game Boy emulation on smart phones, PCs and more


A software emulator for emulating a handheld video game platform such as GAME BOY.RTM., GAME BOY COLOR.RTM. and/or GAME BOY ADVANCE.RTM. on a low-capability target platform (e.g., a seat-back display for airline or train use, a personal digital assistant, a cell phone) uses a number of features and optimizations to provide high quality graphics and sound that nearly duplicates the game playing experience on the native platform. Some exemplary features include use of bit BLITing, graphics character reformatting, modeling of a native platform liquid crystal display controller using a sequential state machine, and selective skipping of frame display updates if the game play falls behind what would occur on the native platform.

17. A method of adapting an emulator, the method comprising: executing, on a processor, an emulator capable of running a plurality different binary applications; recognizing, by the processor, an identity of a binary application based on an inspection of the binary application; automatically adapting, by the processor, a behavior of the emulator to the binary application based on the recognized identity of the binary application; and generating, by the processor, an audio visual presentation using the adapted behavior of the emulator.

This emulation patent actually goes all the way back to 1999, but Nintendo has updated it with some new language and explanations. Don't take this as a sign of Nintendo bringing old Game Boy titles to phones. This is most likely a protection against emulation and ROM distribution.


Sears: Various Wii U/3DS deals

Dorkly - Band of Brothers (Super Mario-Style)

Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire - review

A portion of a Eurogamer review...

As tired as the series can often seem, these games have a strong emotive core laced with pieces of refined mechanical slices that, while often repetitive, still accomplish far more than newer series with weaker creative underpinnings.

Full review here

The Legend of Legacy - a few more battle details

- “Battle Skills” are part of each weapon
- some moves can hit multiple enemies at a time, or a single enemy multiple times
- skills that will let you guard against enemy attacks
- you can also take actions based on reactions such as counters


Nintendo fan grabs Guinness World Record for "largest collection of Nintendo Entertainment System paraphernalia"

“It is a very expensive hobby, but I wanted to set this record to give a message to the world that Arabs are not only interested in speeding cars and flashy things." - Guinness World Record holder, Ahmed bin Fahad
Full interview here


3DS - new theme details

Nintendo's Cyber Deals lineup revealed


Mario & Luigi: Dream Team – $27.99 (was $39.99)
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon – $27.99 (was $39.99)
Wario Land 2 – $3.49 (was $4.99)
Wario Land 3 – $3.49 (was $4.99)
Metroid II-Return of Samus – $2.79 (was $3.99)

Wii U

The Wonderful 101 – $20.99 (was $29.99)
Wii Party U – $27.99 (was $39.99)
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga – $5.99 (was $7.99)
Wario Land 4 – $5.59 (was $7.99)
Metroid Fusion – $5.59 (was $7.99)

All prices are available until December 2nd, 2014 at 8:59 PM PT.


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