Fly for free with Gadling and Southwest Airlines
Add to: My AOL, MyYahoo, Google, Bloglines
Joystiq presents
Posts with tag web

Populous teases us with website


The Japanese site for Populous DS has risen from the bottom of the tubes we call the internet and has thrust itself out there for all to see. In checking out what it has to offer, we found that there isn't really anything there right now. You can check out a couple of screens (which you have probably already seen before) and try to make sense of all the kanji there, should you choose. Or, you can just keep reading DS Fanboy and we'll update you as to when the site has some real content.

Welcome to the new Nintendo.com


The rumor from a couple of days ago is true: Nintendo's website has gotten itself a little makeover. And, just as we showed then, the front page has a lot of white space. But, it's very easy to navigate, so getting around there should be no problem for you. For those looking for the return of the Nsider forums, however, you can just get back to crying in the dark corner you've called home for the last few months.

Sneak peek at the new Nintendo.com?


Some folks are finding Nintendo's website to be loading a bit differently. We knew Nintendo was getting an overhaul (which is why they shut down the forums), but we didn't think it would be so soon. While it isn't loading in the new layout you see above for us, apparently it's working just fine for other folk. We suggest you head on over and give it a whirl.

Any comments on the new layout? Good? Bad?

Homebrew: Okiwi web browser


Pedro J. Estébanez, a homebrewster who we assume is too frugal to purchase the already-available Opera browser, is apparently hard at work on creating a homebrew browser. Meant to cost users nothing, this browser, dubbed Okiwi, is to support .pdf files, JavaScript, file uploading, as well as a few other features. No word on release date as of right now.


[Thanks Steve!]

Opera announces browser release date for Japan

Releasing to the Japanese gaming public on July 24th, the Opera web browser for the DS will initially only be sold online for 3,800 Yen (around $33 US) and come standard with a memory expansion pack. Nothing has been said as to release date for US launch of the browser, but we assume we'll be hearing more once July 24th hits and Japanese impressions are measured.

DS browser screenshots

Some shots for the anticipated Opera browser that is slated to hit a DS near you soon have hit the net, and although there are only 3 of them, we likes what we sees. It appears the browser will be utilized to its maximum potential through the touch screen for both inputting text and zooming in on pages, which is not new news, but seeing it in the flesh makes it a much more appealing prospect. Personally, I'm a Firefox user, but I can see myself giving this a go.

What say you fine readers?

[Thanks jah75157!]

Testing out Let's YogaHomebrewThe DS Life
Features
Another Week in ... (28)
DS Daily (410)
DS Fanboy Lite (32)
DS Fanboy poll (39)
Friday video (60)
Game Night (134)
Metareview (45)
Promotional Consideration (44)
Show and Tell (50)
The DS Life (44)
What are you playing? (79)
Bits
Accessories (111)
Downloads (51)
Fan stuff (1368)
Features (242)
GBA (122)
Hacks (75)
Homebrew (176)
How-tos (64)
Imports (712)
Interviews (133)
Meta (104)
News (2761)
Nintendo Wi-Fi (173)
Reviews (170)
Sales (156)
Screens (709)
Video (551)
Rumors (153)

RESOURCES

RSS NEWSFEEDS

Powered by Blogsmith

Featured Galleries

Hori DS Lite Charge Stand
Black Sigil
Rollin' Rascals
Windy x Windam
Spectrobes: Beyond The Portals
Top Spin 3
Nanashi no Game
Line Rider 2: Unbound
Knights in the Nightmare

 

Most Commented On (14 days)

Recent Comments

Weblogs, Inc. Network

  • Autos
    • Autoblog
    • AutoblogGreen
    • Autoblog Spanish
    • Autoblog Chinese
    • Autoblog Simplified Chinese
  • Technology
    • Download Squad
    • Engadget
    • Engadget HD
    • Engadget Mobile
    • Engadget Chinese
    • Engadget Simplified Chinese
    • Engadget Japanese
    • Engadget Spanish
    • Switched
    • TUAW (Apple)
  • Lifestyle
    • AisleDash
    • DIY Life
    • Gadling
    • Green Daily
    • Luxist
    • ParentDish
    • Slashfood
    • Styledash
    • That's Fit
  • Gaming
    • Joystiq
    • DS Fanboy
    • Massively
    • Nintendo Wii Fanboy
    • PS3 Fanboy
    • PSP Fanboy
    • WoW Insider
    • Xbox 360 Fanboy
  • Entertainment
    • Cinematical
    • TV Squad
  • Finance
    • BloggingBuyouts
    • BloggingStocks
    • WalletPop
  • Also on AOL
    • African-American Culture
    • Autos
    • Games
    • Maps
    • Money
    • Movies
    • Music
    • News
    • Radio
    • Sports
    • Television
    • Travel

Other Weblogs Inc. Network blogs you might be interested in:

PS3 Fanboy
  • 'My SingStar Online will hit the web this year,' says Bozek
  • GTA IV gets 1.01 patch, freezing fixed
  • New Haze screenshots are Nectarlicious
WOW Insider
  • Relmstein explains arena team ratings, and how Blizzard is working to combat exploiting them
  • Week 3 Arena Tournament Update
  • WoW Moviewatch: Super Duper Ultimate Edition Extreme
Xbox 360 Fanboy
  • Eurogamer plays Ninja Gaiden II, we seethe
  • EA reveals casual sub-brand, Freestyle
  • Doom 4 announced, monster closets being restocked
Nintendo Wii Fanboy
  • THQ blames failure on Nintendo first-party titles
  • Block Breaker Deluxe breaks out onto Japanese WiiWare
  • Wii Fanboy hands-on: Nyko Kama wireless nunchuk
PSP Fanboy
  • The mysterious introduction to Secret Agent Clank
  • Make your PSP glow in the dark
  • Go!View available in Europe on June 30th