These minor details are important, if obvious, changes that need to be made to the system. Firstly, the speaker and earpiece will be mounted on the face of the unit, like most mobile phones, instead of the top. Secondly, it will now be possible to change games without conducting minor surgery on the game deck.
N-Gage has endured massive trials and tribulations since its release in October of last year. Between criticism of its design and interface, its software library, its price, the so-far under whelming sales, and the recent public mocking of the system by EA’s John Riccitiello, N-Gage faces an uphill battle with consumers and the media. Nokia has scheduled a press event for April 14, which will likely be when N-Gage 2 is revealed to the world.
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