Thursday, March 23, 2006

Introducing Nintendo Go?


Could Nintendo Go be the final name of Nintendo´s next-gen console? Engadget has been sent the above image. Here´s their story:

Someone sent in this image of what they believe might be a swiped slide from Japan showing off Nintendo's final brand for the forthcoming Revolution. Supposedly it could be announced later today by Iwata-san at GDC in San Jose, but until one of our faithful readers wants to translate what little text is visible we're by no means prepared to comment on the validity of this shot -- if anything, we're inclined to call hoax, since they quite often are, particularly with Apple and Nintendo.

I am undecided about its validity. The name is cool. The logo I would have to get used to.

EDIT Apparently, ´Go´ means 5 in Japanese. The name would fit perfectly, this being Nintendo´s fifth console.

EDIT Here´s a translation of the Kanji, courtesy of Arihb.

1. Burando wa Hanei... Brands reflect/influence....
2... mu no nyuushu no kanou... ..the possibility of attaining...
3...[toumen?] ga ima made ni... ..* until now..
4..."GO". to burando... ..the brand "GO"...
5...emaa wa ima made ni... ..**emaa was until now..
6...sentaku wo keiken suru kikai.. ..opportunity to experience the choice....
7...[shi]sutemuleberu de fukun[de].. ..bear in mind the system level..
8...gijutsu ni saishinjouhou wo tsuka.. ..use new information on technology..


*The first kanji means to step on, or trample, the second means features. I don't know what they mean together, no matter what's in front of it. The rest means

** the first half of this word is probably on the line before it, but I can't figure out what it is.

Thanks for the translation, Arihb.


Source: Engadget
Thanks to: Fletcher, Product_Number_18

89 comments:

babble said...

Hummm... Couldn't this be the name of the online (or Wifi) service from Nintendo?

At the same time, doesn't "go" means 5?

Thanks Fal for the updates today!

Anonymous said...

I dont think they would call the online server anything but "Nintendo Wi-Fi" after promoting it with the DS.

Also I think Nintendo GO is a bit lame and boring. It has nothing catchy.. oh well. The logo seems ok to me.

babble said...

True, the Wifi term as been to much promoted to be changed. But, I still don'T think that this is the new name... I would have prefered Nintendo On at this point over this...

We'll see soon. : )

drum eagle said...

http://www.sp.cis.iwate-u.ac.jp/sp/lesson/j/doc/numbers.html

Luca S. (Italy) said...

Yes "go" means 5 in japanese. I was used to count in japanese when doing my judo exercises...However i like more the name Revolution.
Luca S. (Italy)

Taylor said...

The logo design is too good for it to be fake: it's a d-pad given dimension. Sort of fits well with their whole philosophy, don't you think? Well, we'll see in a couple hours.

Gabi garbe aka the ials said...

Hi flaffi,
I have to say, the name gets the job done,but why does the G look so ugly ?

drum eagle said...

will there be a LIVE-TICKER or a STREAM tonight????????
We need this!!!!!

Thunder Emperor said...

I have a feeling its the only system for the console, someone said its nintendo Gamers Online, could be a stretch but I doubt the console will be named five unless it is called N5 in the west.

Thunder Emperor said...

I meant to say online netwrok for the console

Gabi garbe aka the ials said...

Flaffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
wo bist du?
Wo versteckst du dich?
Where are you?
Where are you hiding?

Kalle said...

I think the logo looks too much like the GCN-logo.
But the fact that GO means five makes sence to me.

But as often we just have to wait and see!

Anonymous said...

At which time the keynotespeech of Iwata takes place in central european time?

babble said...

Check on the first page (3rd article) for all the times.

pn18 said...
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Anonymous said...

Sorry forget about it. I was to stupid to scroll down and see myself.

pn18 said...

Seit wann ist sg007 hier unterwegs?



Eigentlich wollte ich niemanden dieses Niveau nachreden, aber bei IALS ,oder wie er/sie/es sich nennt, kann ich es mir nicht verkneifen.


achja, es scheint, als würde er atm arbeiten (würde ich dir auch mal empfehlen, lieber IALS)

Anonymous said...

Two hours to go

-_-

Gabi garbe aka the ials said...

pRODUCT NUMBER ES TUT MIR ICH TRAG MEIN HERZ AUF DER ZUNGE MUSS SOMIT LEIDER SAGEN DASSDEIN lOGO HÄSSLICH WIE DIE NACHT IST:::

pn18 said...

Schreibe das bitte noch einmal in Englisch. Dein Deutsch ist unverständlich.

Groß-/Kleinschreibung: 6-
Interpunktion: 6-
Inhalt: 6-

Aber he! Für einen Volksschüler wie Dich war das gar nicht so schlecht.
Respekt.

PorpoiseMuffins said...

It works for me.

pn18 said...

Ach ja, liebe Gabi (ja, ich respektiere auch mitunter Transvestiten wie dich)! Die Diskussion ist hiermit beendet.

Schönen Tag noch.

Gabi garbe aka the ials said...

Product Number18,sorry,but I wear my heart on my sleeve,thus I have to say your logo looks as ugly as sin.

:)

910do said...

mmm..seems legit!!

Anonymous said...

hoax

Tasan said...

Remember the BBC programme on Nintendo? They talked at length about how President Yamauchi loved and was a master of the japanese game also named GO.

Coincidence?

Gabi garbe aka the ials said...

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ROSETTE

Gruß,
IALS

Anonymous said...

This is the first time a see this.
If you look at this picture of the controller.
http://media.revolution.ign.com/articles/697/697733/img_3480734.html

You will see that de X Y button are also call b a.

Strange. Maybe the button are like those of the xbox. They are pressure sensitive.

Edward Elric said...

The logo looks similar to the GCs and so does the colour, maybe a handheld GC?

Falafelkid said...

Okay, people. I have said it before: no unnecessary posts in any other language than German. You guys all speak decent enough English. The next such comments will be deleted. Also, I will not allow silly slagging matches here. There is enough to discuss on-topic, especially today. So stick to that.

IALS said...

Juhuuuuuuuuuuuu

Flaffi is back!!!

So show respect!!


-IALS

ColdBlooder said...

i would disable the comments... at least for a while...

IALS said...

Falafelkid cleans his metal mask with gasolin then last seen pullin a chick like a fiend pull a fast one cant put shit him got niggaz on his own team mad enough to blast him
Retarded in reallife on the blog rainman
stand close to his main man(IALS)like a chain gang
who give a fuck about who or they fancey cru thats no mystery that hardy boys do with nancy drew
sorta with her drawers down quarter
the extorter bring slaughter
like "well I oughta"
I suggest you hand over the formula dula
a villian in your land on his blog a ruler
hardhittin like puffin a woola with leutenant uhura
everyday feel like its an off day with ferris buller
Brother pull heat to prove they not sweet
no matter how you spell it
we still got beats.

-IALS

IALS said...

cant put shit past him

Anonymous said...

Just a random fact...Go is also a board game that former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi is a big fan of.

IALS said...

http://gonintendo.com/?p=1624

See people these are the real heads.
The real creative heads.
This is the authentic personification
of Nintendos soul.
Blizz,Productnumber,babble and all you other trolls should take a leaf out of this guys book.
Exemplary!!!
AS you can see from the passion this why you all love the one and only IALS!
Because he is always on point.

Please show some love.

-IALS

Grandmaster B said...

Not that it bothers me Fal but I was actually the first to let people know about Nintendo GO in the previous story posting amongst IALS fake posts.

Some of the Japanese seems real but if you read Japanese anyone can write these things.

BTW where is all the info from keynote?

Anonymous said...

Go sounds horrible...it should be revolution.

Emil007 said...

irgendwie finde ich keinen Livestream :(

naja, Video gibts denke ich wieder mal auf IGN oder so, und ich hoffe das die da auch in den enws live mitschreiben

babble said...

IALS... Why are you calling me a troll?

Looking for someone else to answer you back?

IALS said...

19:50 Uhr - Es wird eine Videosequenz gezeigt, Satoru Iwata betritt die Bühne.

19:40 Uhr - Nintendo-Mitarbeiter schließen die Powerpoint-Präsentation des NDS, die Rede wird um 10 Minuten verschoben.

19:32 Uhr - Eine Videosequenz ist auf der Leinwand zu sehen, in der Nintendo DS und Brain Training sowie das Doritos- und Pepsi-Logo gezeigt werden.

19:30 Uhr - Die Konferenz hat begonnen.

Anonymous said...

Anyone hear whats going on yet? I can't find anything and it should be going on right now...

Blizz419 said...

i really dont see them calling it GO, i hope they dont, i still think revolution is the best suited name for it and would be more widely accepted than "GO"

babble said...

It just started (20 minutes late).

Anonymous said...

http://revolution.ign.com/articles/697/697882p1.html?reload=true

IGN play by play, hopefully we'll get something soon.'

Blizz419 said...

@ anon i dunno i cannot find anything yet either, i thought joystiq was supposed to be live blogging it. another fashonably late nintendo keynote?

Emil007 said...

für alle deutschsprachigen, nintendocast hat eine livesendung:

http://www.nintendocast.de:8000/live.m3u

am besten mit vlc oder wmp anhören, im winamp stockt der stream.

IALS said...

20:00 Uhr - Iwata spricht über Kämpfe der Unternehmen in den 90ern, wenn eine Firma eine andere übernommen hat. Es geht um den Kampf von Coca Cola und Pepsi. Iwata kündigt eine Zusammenarbeit mit Pepsi an, um Brain Age in den USA zu vermarkten.

19:54 Uhr - Iwata spricht über die Position von Nintendo am Markt und die Entwicklung von Brain Training.

Anonymous said...

From IGN, the link i posted above...


10:30: Keynote delayed a few minutes.

10:45: The keynote begins. GDC conference director takes the stage and introduces Iwata.

10:48: Talks about Nintendo's positioning in the market. Mentions how Pepsi is #1 in soft drinks worldwide by executing a disruptive strategy. Every developer understands that the three basic foodgroups are Cheetos, Dorritos and Fritos. (laughter)

10:50: The game industry is ready for disruption. Talks about the power of the DS and how it disrupted the market.

10:55: Talks about Brain Training. Introduces the concept of the title: using software to stimulate brain activity.

10:58: Tells story about how the prototype was demoed, they were measure the impact with a brain scanning device. Nintendo has been spending a lot of time on this.

10:59: Retailers and sales people questioned the title -- "it's not even a game."

11:01: Introduces Bill Trinen (NOA).

11:02: Showing a DS playing Brain Age. Not really a game -- more an interactive training program. He shows off "Quick Play."

about 3 minutes behind!

IALS said...

20:05 Uhr - Bill Trinen von Nintendo betritt die Bühne und führt Brain Ages vor.

Raphael said...

"Mega Drive-games for Revolution
Download Segas 16-bitsgame for your Nintendo Revolution.
SEGA Europe Ltd. and SEGA of America, Inc. did today release the info that they will be distrubuting classic Mega Drive-games for Nintendos new gameconsole Nintendo Revolution through its download service that will be in the Revolution.

“SEGAs support for Revolution and its download service Virtual Console will make more players to enjoy and try the classic Mega Drive-games and make old brands reach abroader audience.”, says Naoya Tsurumi, VD, SEGA of America, Inc. and SEGA Europe, Ltd.

Thanks to Nintendos new download service will everyone who plays Revolution to be able to dowload classics games who previusly appeared on the following systems NES, SNES, N64 and Sega Mega Drive. With a game library with over 1 000 Mega Drive-titles has Sega very good chances to offer classic top class games to gamers all across the world."

german source: http://www.planet-nintendo.de

IALS said...

20:10 Uhr - Will Wright und der Director der GDC betreten die Bühne und spielen Brain Age.

babble said...

Ahhhh

Mega-Drive = SEGA Genesis in US.

IALS said...

20:13 Uhr - Iwata spricht über die Einfachheit von Brain Age und dass es trotzdem 'süchtig macht'.

IALS said...

20:17 Uhr - Iwata beschreibt, wie er den Nintendo-Mitarbeitern in Japan empfahl, Brain Age zu Hause ihren Familien zu zeigen. Er wünscht sich, dass Spieler es im Westen ebenso machen und Brain Age ihren Familien zeigen.

IALS said...

20:22 Uhr - Nintendo WiFi Connection macht das Online-Spielen attraktiv, erweitert es auf eine neuartige Art und Weise, so dass auch eine neue Zielgruppe angesprochen wird.

20:19 Uhr - Videopspiel-Fans sollten Brain Age unbedingt ihre nichtspielenden Freunde und Eltern zeigen.

Anonymous said...

11:02: Showing a DS playing Brain Age. Not really a game -- more an interactive training program. He shows off "Quick Play." DS is turned sideways (as IGN readers know from our coverage of the game). Bill shows off the main mode, including the different mental exercises which appear in random sequence. Exercises include counting, math, ability to read text out loud, etc. The content of the exercises is randomly generated so that users can't remember sequences and have to adjust on the fly. Shows off graphs tracking improvement. Stresses importance of the DS's unique features, such as recognition of hand writing and voice recognition.



11:06: Bill invites people up on stage: Jamil Moledina (the director of the GDC), Geoff Keighley (G4TV.com host), and developer Will Wright. The three try out Brain Age and compete in an arithmetic challenge. Bill beat everyone, of course. Another competition. Will wins this time.



11:12: Iwata takes back the mic and talks about the simple but addictive appeal of Brain Age. Calls the title one of the biggest successes. The development came from the idea that people wanted something new. The only real way to demonstrate the appeal of these games is to let people try them -- found that consumers without interest in games were soon hooked. Encourages gamers to share the title with their non-gamer friends and even parents.



11:16: Nintendo is taking a different approach to technology, but also find a way to make it attractive to everyone. Says network gaming has been around since 1998, but Nintendo Wi-Fi evolves it in a unique way that opens it up to a new audience. Elaborates on challenges and successes of the Wi-Fi project. Connection process needs to be simple. Some may find it more fun to play strangers, others like to challenge friends. One million unique players in only 18 weeks. It took competitors more than a year to reach that number.

I am not IALS said...

20:22 Uhr - Nintendo WiFi Connection macht das Online-Spielen attraktiv, erweitert es auf eine neuartige Art und Weise, so dass auch eine neue Zielgruppe angesprochen wird. Iwata spricht darüber, wie einfach der Service ist.

20:19 Uhr - Videopspiel-Fans sollten Brain Age unbedingt ihre nichtspielenden Freunde und Eltern zeigen.

IALS said...

20:26 Uhr - Die Entwicklung der Nintendo WiFi Connection war abhängig von Animal Crossing und Mario Kart DS, weil Iwata unbedingt wollte, dass beide Spiele online-tauglich sind.

IALS said...

11:29: Iwata takes the stage. There's one more new adventure for you today

Rob said...

Zelda DS has been revealed. Nice little suprise.

IALS said...

20:30 Uhr - Nintendos Bill Trinen betritt wieder die Bühne, um Metroid Prime Hunters (NDS) gegen dessen Entwickler zu spielen.

IALS said...

This release just hit the wire:


SAN JOSE, Calif., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Nintendo President Satoru Iwata
today challenged a crowd of game developers to think differently and take a
fresh approach to the creation of video games. During his keynote address at
the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif., Iwata said Nintendo will
provide developers with the tools they need to disrupt the traditional methods
of game creation, much as the company already has.
(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050915/LATH122-b)
(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050516/NINTENDOLOGO)
These tools include the controller for Nintendo's next home console
(code-named Revolution), which lets users control the action on their
television screens through the motion of the controller itself. The
controller lets game developers create new kinds of gaming experiences, ones
that enhance the experience for hard-core gamers while making video games more
accessible and less intimidating to novices. The new forms of innovative
software that can be created by any size developer will be made available for
download via Revolution's Virtual Console service.
"This new approach is like stepping onto an unexplored continent for the
first time, with all the potential for discovery that suggests," Iwata said.
"No one else can match the environment we're creating for expanding the game
experience to everyone. Our path is not linear, but dynamic."
Iwata also announced partnerships with Sega and Hudson to offer
downloadable access to their classic games via Revolution's Virtual Console.
Revolution owners will be able to relive their past gaming glories from the
Sega Genesis console by playing a "best of" selection from more than 1,000
Genesis titles, as well as games sold for the TurboGrafx console (a system
jointly developed by NEC and Hudson). These games join Revolution's access to
20 years of fan-favorite Nintendo games from the NES(R), Super NES(R) and
Nintendo(R) 64 eras.
Iwata also revealed for the first time that a new game called The Legend
of Zelda(R): Phantom Hourglass would be released for Nintendo DS later this
year.
Iwata, a game developer himself, revealed behind-the-scenes stories about
the development of three key initiatives.
For the industry leading Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, internal engineers and
developers overcame a series of hurdles to make the system seamless and
flexible enough to allow players to choose to play wirelessly either with
friends or against unknown opponents. The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection reached
1 million unique users in just 18 weeks -- nearly five times the adoption rate
of the leading online game console network.
He described a pivotal meeting in coming to agreement on development of
the incredibly popular "brain games" in Japan. A leading Japanese scientist
attached a sci-fi-looking wired helmet to a Nintendo staffer and then visually
demonstrated stimulation of brain activity as the staffer played prototype
software.
Finally, he described the hundreds of sketches, dozens of prototypes and
company-wide collaboration that led to the final form of the unique Revolution
controller system, which resembles a traditional TV remote control. He called
the related research and manufacturing costs of the new control system,
"...our method to disrupt the market...realizing a new way to connect a player
to his game."

IALS said...

20:36 Uhr - Ein neues Zelda für NDS wird gezeigt. Es benutzt den Touch-Screen und ähnelt von der Grafik etwas Zelda: The Wind Waker. Das Spiel heißt The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass.

20:35 Uhr - Iwata ist wieder auf der Bühne, spricht über New Super Mario Bros. (NDS) und Tetris DS.

Anonymous said...

A new zelda ds, sega and hudson backwards compatability, and nothing else. The end.

IALS said...

20:37 Uhr - The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (NDS) wird Eiji Aonuma entwickelt, erscheint noch 2006.

Anonymous said...

Its official, Master System, Genesis, TurboGrafix 16, all downloadable (not all titles, but best quoted Iwata)

IALS said...

20:40 Uhr - (Pressemitteilung) Partnerschaft mit Sega und Hudson, um Spiele-Klassiker via Virtual Console auf Revolution herunterzuladen. Vom Mega Drive (Genesis) kommt eine 'Best of'-Sammlung aus 1.000 Titeln, ebenso wird's Spiele der TurboGrafx-Konsole geben.

Anonymous said...

This release just hit the wire:

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Nintendo President Satoru Iwata today challenged a crowd of game developers to think differently and take a fresh approach to the creation of video games. During his keynote address at the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif., Iwata said Nintendo will provide developers with the tools they need to disrupt the traditional methods of game creation, much as the company already has. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050915/LATH122-b) (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050516/NINTENDOLOGO) These tools include the controller for Nintendo's next home console (code-named Revolution), which lets users control the action on their television screens through the motion of the controller itself. The controller lets game developers create new kinds of gaming experiences, ones that enhance the experience for hard-core gamers while making video games more accessible and less intimidating to novices. The new forms of innovative software that can be created by any size developer will be made available for download via Revolution's Virtual Console service. "This new approach is like stepping onto an unexplored continent for the first time, with all the potential for discovery that suggests," Iwata said. "No one else can match the environment we're creating for expanding the game experience to everyone. Our path is not linear, but dynamic." Iwata also announced partnerships with Sega and Hudson to offer downloadable access to their classic games via Revolution's Virtual Console. Revolution owners will be able to relive their past gaming glories from the Sega Genesis console by playing a "best of" selection from more than 1,000 Genesis titles, as well as games sold for the TurboGrafx console (a system jointly developed by NEC and Hudson). These games join Revolution's access to 20 years of fan-favorite Nintendo games from the NES(R), Super NES(R) and Nintendo(R) 64 eras. Iwata also revealed for the first time that a new game called The Legend of Zelda(R): Phantom Hourglass would be released for Nintendo DS later this year. Iwata, a game developer himself, revealed behind-the-scenes stories about the development of three key initiatives. For the industry leading Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, internal engineers and developers overcame a series of hurdles to make the system seamless and flexible enough to allow players to choose to play wirelessly either with friends or against unknown opponents. The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection reached 1 million unique users in just 18 weeks -- nearly five times the adoption rate of the leading online game console network. He described a pivotal meeting in coming to agreement on development of the incredibly popular "brain games" in Japan. A leading Japanese scientist attached a sci-fi-looking wired helmet to a Nintendo staffer and then visually demonstrated stimulation of brain activity as the staffer played prototype software. Finally, he described the hundreds of sketches, dozens of prototypes and company-wide collaboration that led to the final form of the unique Revolution controller system, which resembles a traditional TV remote control. He called the related research and manufacturing costs of the new control system, "...our method to disrupt the market...realizing a new way to connect a player to his game."

Anonymous said...

So... basically no revolution information at all... at all... at all...

babble said...

It's not over...

Anonymous said...

No Revolution news at all? Are you stupid?!?!

Anonymous said...

its over

IALS said...

20:45 Uhr - Iwata beschreibt die Entstehung des Revolution-Controllers, blendet ein paar Grafiken und Fotos von Prototypen ein. Er erklärt, wie einfach die Handhabung des Controllers ist.

babble said...

Ok so this is it.

No Rev news... Not even a name confirmation!!?

Kyton said...

The first word in that japanese in the slide is "purando" (but it is written in phonetic characters they use to pronounce foreign words). It could be "prand" or "planned". If it is "planned" they are not talking about the actual verb but rather something named "Planned".

You can see this word repeated again further down the page.

The other word I can read is the first one on the second to last line, which reads, "sutemureru". Again in phonetic characters, so it could be trying to pronounce something like "stem rell".

I can only read katakana, so that's all I can read.

Grahf said...

Well, the biggest revo news was that Sega & Hudson are on board for the Virtual Console. That has been floating around for a while but it is fact now, no longer rumor.

*goes to sleep till E3*

BTW, sorry for posting those updates & the wire relase under Anonym, just wanted to get it out.

Emil007 said...

Naja, ausser Zelda DS war aj nichts wirklich intressantes dabei. Vielleicht kommen ja noch Pressemitteilungen, aber denke nicht :(

das einzige auf was ich mich jetzt wirklich freue ist Zelda DS :D

Anonymous said...

And now lets hope for a video of the keynote, I want to see the new Zelda..

Anonymous said...

http://www.nintendo-europe.com/NOE/en/GB/news/article.do?elementId=5JIzKiVx5r0Gu_uNPnTPRZMbliXeeJM1

Zelda vid

Raph said...

LAAAAAAAAAAAAME, ok its not shift (easuly spoofable into nintendo "shit") but still give us a break. Then again, its true that Go means 5 in japanese...

Anonymous said...

i dont know? nintendo go?
i kind of revolution, it fits the
system.and why call it nintendo go
thats just like saying 5...
the logo is ok, but i'd still rather see the system as revolution

Metaldave said...

Nintendo GO = Nintendo NO

Keep the name Revolution Nintendo, or call it the RS just like the DS. I really hope that is not the real name.

Regardless if GO means 5 in Japanese, GO doesn't say anything about the "Revolutionary" parts of Nintendo's next gen system at all.

11 > 4 said...

I'm currently living in Japan, and did a quick translation of the visible japanese you can get from my site (.rtf file). translation

Thunder Emperor said...

11>4

thanks for the translation, whish this was proved sooner rather than later.

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking it's fake. The logo is just a photoshopped version of the Gamecube logo. You can still see it right in the middle. =P

Anonymous said...

It is a fake jexu france proved it. It is the same logo as Namo WebEditor 5.
http://www.jeux-france.com/news15036_nintendo-go-un-mysterieux-logo.html

Anonymous said...

But it isn't the same logo as that PC program. There are slight differences within the intracacies of the logo. I think it's a 50/50 chance of being real or not.

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