Jan 4, 2008
Nintendo are masters of illusion, hiding some of the biggest games-to-be from the public eye with the kind of skill that%26rsquo;d turn even David Blaine into ahow-dey-do-dat. Try looking into their top hat and all you%26rsquo;ll find is Reggie Fils-Aime uttering a nuh-uh and waving a bar chart to distract you from any gaming rabbits that may be inside. Simply put: you%26rsquo;ll only know when Nintendo want you to know.
Scour the net and you%26rsquo;ll see just how watertight Nintendo%26rsquo;s secrets ship is. New games are never broken by a single news source, but delivered simultaneously to the doorsteps of every journalistic outlet lucky enough to be in Nintendo%26rsquo;s contacts book. Even those websites with Nostradamus levels of insider prescience- we%26rsquo;re looking at you, Surfer Girl- have never got their mitts on info from the belly of this particular beast.