Over the past couple of years, Nintendo made its beloved 8-bit and 16-bit consoles, the NES and SNES, available in modern avatars with preloaded games for fans of the originals. Now, Nintendo Life reports that a similar effort with the Nintendo 64 might be underway. That’s from a Japanese trademark application for the N64 that Nintendo has reportedly filed, based on JapaneseNintendo.com’s post. It’s worth noting that the company previously applied for a similar trademark in Europe last year, as well as one for the Game Boy, and nothing materialized then. But with just weeks to go before the E3… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Nintendo
Slack rolled out a new feature called Actions, enabling you to enhance conversations with support for apps such as Asana, Bitbucket, and more. Merely click on the "More actions" icon to pull up a menu listing supporting apps.
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Ubisoft said it has gone worldwide with the launch of a chat bot named Sam — a personal gaming assistant — to keep you engaged with games connected to your Ubisoft Club account. The French video game publisher had previously been testing it just in Canada. It’s one more sign that voice and text user interfaces could be […]