"In the latest issue of PC Magazine, Editor-in-Chief Jim Louderback presented his review of the technology sector in 2005 as well as his predictions for 2006. More specifically, he touched on the Nintendo Revolution and the console's need for a successful standing.
According to Louderback, "Expect Nintendo's delayed Zelda title to be the must-play game next spring, but unless the Revolution is a home run, Nintendo will fade by the fall."
However, his tone carried a different weight when speaking about Nintendo's portable products. "When it comes to handheld gaming, the story is much different," Louderback stated. "Nintendo, using a double-barreled attack that features the fashionable Gameboy Micro and the quirky but innovative DS, will continue to win over the market. Riding a wave of great content, including Mario & Luigi, Mario Kart DS, and Animal Crossing, Nintendo will remain on top as 2005 comes to a close."
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