Shigeru Miyamoto has reassured fans that despite Nintendo's new granny/girl audience pitching, the Wii will still cater for hardcore players - and there are a number of system enhancements planned with us serious gamers in mind.
Speaking to US mag Gamepro, the Mario daddy said that there are "other enhancements to the Wii interface and developments being planned that are going to really make games for hardcore players a lot more fun and interesting."
"A lot of people have the misunderstanding that Nintendo is not interested in network gaming," he hinted.
"What we are interested in isn't so much the idea of creating a game that is online and networked in a way that we have seen online up until now".
At GDC earlier this month Miyamoto promised a new Wii Channel where players can showcase their Miis, though to us that doesn't sound quite hardcore enough to be what he's referring to here.
What could it be then? Is Nintendo finally taking online gaming seriously? Are holograms the answer? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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