Conspiracy Entertainment today announced that they have been approved as a Nintendo DS platform publisher for the North America territory. The company is already a publisher on the Nintendo Gameboy Advance and Nintendo Game Cube platforms.
“We expect to fully support Nintendo on the new and exciting DS platform,” remarked Sirus Ahmadi, President and CEO of Conspiracy Entertainment. “The Nintendo DS is a great new portable gaming system with so many opportunities, and we are so happy to be involved at such an early stage.”
“We have been profitable on every one of Nintendo’s other platforms, and it is our hope and desire that we can continue this with the new DS,” said Keith Tanaka, Conspiracy CFO.
“The Nintendo DS features two separate 3′ display panels, two 32 bit processors and memory of up to 1 Gigabit, which makes it possible for truly innovative and exciting portable game play experiences! I’m very excited to be leading development on this remarkable hardware for Conspiracy,” commented David Hoffman, Executive Producer for Conspiracy.
The company is currently looking for licenses and developers on this platform and is planning to include the recently acquired Johnny Rocketfingers license in its DS lineup. No release dates are available at this time.