Nintendo Plan Delivers Game Digital Version Through The Third Party
Nintendo Plan Delivers Game Digital Version through the Third Party.
Nintendo is currently working hard to win the competition in the gaming industry, particularly in terms of digital content distribution. This giant gaming company reportedly plans to allow third-party publishers to deliver digital versions of their games to the Nintendo system.
“We are currently preparing for a third party program, but we will not announce the details at this time.” Nintendo said the representative told IGN. Last week, Nintendo announced that it will present a digital version of the game in conjunction with the release of the first game of his retail versions, starting with the release of the digital version and retail version of New Super Mario Bros game 2 for 3DS in August this year.
Nintendo today seem to be really serious to distribute the game in digital format to their console, but it might be noted that the Wii U only uses SD Cards / flash memory and has no hard drive as data storage. Although currently it is not difficult to get a 64GBmemory card for about $ 50, will be very interesting to see what size memory card that will bundle with the Wii U console later, or perhaps the consumer must buy a memory card separately when Wii U on sale.