Nintendo news this week is very much in line with what we have become used to of late. Sales are pretty healthy, despite the global recession. Miyamoto will be showing a lot on the Wii's new Zelda game at E3 2010. And Nintendo president Satoru Iwata is looking to develop a motion-controlled successor to the massively popular DS handheld.
Sony is set to launch its camera-based motion controlling tech for the PS3 this coming Easter holiday season, although the tech is still shrouded in secrecy.
Microsoft has denied the latest round of rumours claiming that motion-sensing Project Natal tech will release in late 2010 at a the seemingly ultra-competitive £30 to £50 price point.
It takes a big man to apologise. And Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer has gone ahead and done just that, issuing an apology for his recent comments regarding a new Xbox console releasing in 2010.
According to sources at Nintendo's manufacturing partners, Wii 2 is sticking with infrared motion-control technology.
Asus has been showing these new gaming control peripherals for its Eee PC range at the Computex event in Taipei this week - and the Eee Stick seems to have taken more than a little pinch of design inspiration from Nintendo's Wii.