July 12th, 2006, 17:29 Posted By: wraggster
With the 'net alive with speculation that Nintendo may launch its Wii this October rather than the originally anticipated November, giving the company a significant headstart on the PS3, more news has hit giving further credence to the whispers.
Website Kotaku has word from a 'Deep Throat', suggesting that a large development team currently working on an undisclosed Wii title has felt the crack of Nintendo's whip recently. Apparently, the source states that "Alpha, Beta and Final times for the game just got vastly reduced and the common belief among the team is that the Wii will in fact be hitting this October."
It's an interesting nugget of information, although its authenticity is obviously questionable, given its vague nature. However, if true, it would certainly tie-in with earlier analyst reports also suggesting that a Wii launch in October is quite probable.
With Nintendo still sticking to its guns, promising that all will be revealed this September, it's not inconcievable that Wii could be out the door the following month. Of course, there's only one way to find out for sure - and that's to hang around waiting for Nintendo to finally flap open its gob.
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