August 21, 2012 at 12:05:53 Aug 21, 2012 @ 12:05
Remember this scene: no plasma screens but a dusty old big glass screen, with under that a Nintendo with a cartridge in it. If the Nintendo 64 couldn't read it, we took the time to blow the cartridge (no dirty minds please) and put it in again. We'd get our controllers and play away, sucked into that screen, into the amazing world of Zelda or Mario.
Now think of today: we sit in the train, playing on our iPad's and iPhones or at home on our bed with our legs in the air, crossed and waving from left to right, leaning on our elbows with our eyes close to the small retina screen, clearer and with a higher definition than ever. Now imagine these two era's clashing and merging into one amazing device: it's the Game Dock.
Designed and put together by Andi Greisel, who himself is still a gamer fanaticus, speaks on how he came to the idea. ”I loved NES when I was a kid, and still do really, so I immediately started developing around those controllers.......
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