According to Nintendo, game data that has been collected on the Game Boy can easily be transferred to the 64DD
or uploaded to Randnet - and vice versa.
will open even a new realm of excitement and challenge by allowing players to, in effect, become the `co-designers' of their games by writing information to the magnetic disks.
Kaplan added she is looking at the 64DD
less as an add-on than as an option to give players a more unusual gaming experience.
AS the battle for the next generation of consoles heats up there is hot gossip that Nintendo's much-awaited 64DD
peripheral, also known as the bulky drive, might never make it on to the computer store shelves.