I guess I'm just too excited to wait a few days before posting more! Here is another freebie for your Pokedex 3D: Cobalion
Just like last time, I made this marker and it will actually load the Pokemon into your Pokedex. Many monster markers will scan and the system will tell you an unknown marker has been registered, and when you check the sticker book you will see those markers with no Pokemon on them. Cobalion though will register fully.
Also when you scan this pokemon you will get a sticker! and remember when you are scanning this (and all other monsters) to take a picture because you will get a second sticker! that's two stickers for every marker!
Stickers unlock cool stuff when you collect enough, like: Pokemon Cries, and a pause button so you can take pictures of them in cool poses!
Hi everyone! I made an AR code for you to scan with your Pokedex 3D application. Many AR codes will give your pokedex an unknown AR Code registration and show a shadow of the pokemon for that code, but this code I made will actually register the Pokemon in the Pokedex!
Open your Pokedex 3D, tap the settings icon (it looks like a gear), then tap the "AR Viewer" button! now you will be able to scan AR Codes, and don't forget to take a picture of her too! everytime you scan a code and register a Pokemon you get a sticker in the sticker book, and whenever you take a picture of any pokemon for the first time (even if you don't save it) you get another sticker! Stickers unlock cool things like the sound function and new background mode.
Nintendo's stock dropped dramatically today, presently at the time of this writing 6.12% down -- a five year low for the venerable Japanese company. This is a troubling turn of events, and isn't a good sign at all after they've just announced a new console at Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011.
Height is about 46mm × 172mm (width) × Depth 268.5mm (excluding protrusions)
The new controller is 6.2 inches, 16:9 button controller that combines what is familiar and the touch screen, slide the two pads is attached.
The controller is rechargeable, has a power button, HOME button, arrow pad, A / B / X / Y Buttons, L / R buttons, ZL / ZR. In addition, there are accelerometers, gyroscopes, a vibration function, camera, microphone, some speakers, and a sensor unit, it is equipped with a stylus.
Wii U can connect up to 4 Wii Remotes (or Wii Remote +), or 4 Classic Controller and Nunchuks, or 4 Classic Controller PROs, and Wii Balance Board, or any combination or other input device that corresponds to the Wii controller.
New hardware uses a high-density optical disc and 12cm. Can play Wii games from the 12cm self-loading optical disc (disc type will automatically draw) with a single drive.
1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i compatible. HDMI, Component, D terminal, S-terminal, corresponding to each of the composite cables.
AV Multi-output and output from the HDMI output terminal supports 6CH PCM linear.
In addition to the internal flash memory, SD memory card or external USB can be expanded with an external hard drive.
Multicore-based IBM Power®
4 USB 2.0 has a single pin. The new hardware is 100% backwards compatible Wii games.
Starfox 64 3D is coming this September in the US! It will feature traditional and gyro controls, and will have an expanded multiplayer. DO A BARREL ROLL... and check out the new trailer after the break!
The Press conference is officialy over, and we now know that Nintendo's new console name is... Wii U! And with it, the new controller! Here are the images of the console itself and the controller! Hit the jump for the PR!