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Wii Music officially dated – Oct. 20, 2008

Wii Music officially dated – Oct. 20, 2008

  So much for announcing it at the October conference… Wii Sportsâ„¢ introduced new players to the world of video games. Wii Fitâ„¢ got even more people interested in fun and fitness. Now Wii Musicâ„¢ builds on that inclusive legacy by letting people turn their living rooms into fun concert halls. It brings the experience of performing music to people […]

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Speed Racer Game (and Movie) – Mini Review

Speed Racer Game (and Movie) – Mini Review

I just bought the Speedracer movie tonight, which came with a Mach 5 Hotwheels.  I really enjoyed the movie when I saw it in the iMax, so naturally, I was thrilled when it came out on DVD.  By coincidence, I was also able to find the Speedracer video game (for Wii) at the local Movie Scene.  Overall, it was a […]

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Guitar Hero 4 MIDI Sequencer not for the Wii?

Guitar Hero 4 MIDI Sequencer not for the Wii?

According to some info posted over at Shacknews, info has been revealed about Guitar Hero: World Tour’s MIDI sequencer. It seems the PS3 version will contain more capabilities than the XBox 360 version; however, nothing has been stated concerning the Wii version. Does this mean it is completely absent? The MIDI sequencer functionality encompasses rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass, keyboards […]

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More proof of Nintendo Conference in October

More proof of Nintendo Conference in October

Here is some more “proof” that there will be a Nintendo conference on October 2, 2008. Fall in the game industry event of the season rush. The focus was on October 2, “The Nintendo conference in autumn 2008,” October 9-12, “Tokyo Game Show 2008″. Nintendo (7974) to announce new products and attention. At the foot of the deployment have been […]

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Mega Man 9 Retail Package?!?

Mega Man 9 Retail Package?!?

When we came up with the concept of a “box art” for Mega Man 9, we thought it was kinda funny, since there would be no real retail box for a dowloadable title.  The premise of our marketing concept for the game was to promote this title like it was 1987, complete with cheesy art and game descriptions (read the […]

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Top 10 Mario Power-Ups

Top 10 Mario Power-Ups

Top 10 Mario Power-ups Gallery and Images – GameDaily What’s your favorite Mario Power-Up?  GameDaily has compiled yet another Top 10.  This time around it’s the “Top 10 Mario Power-Ups.” [GameDaily]

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Wii Shop Channel Update 9/15/08 (NA)

Wii Shop Channel Update 9/15/08 (NA)

Wii-KLY UPDATE: TWO WiiWARE GAMES AND ONE VIRTUAL CONSOLE GAME ADDED TO Wii SHOP CHANNEL Sept. 15, 2008 – Two is your lucky number at the Wii Shop Channel this week. You’ll find a pair of totally different yet equally awesome sequels on offer: the second installment in the outrageous Strong Badgame series on WiiWare, and a memorable sequel from the […]

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Mario Kart Wii Tournament #10

Mario Kart Wii Tournament #10

It looks like the next Mario Kart Wii Tournament will begin on September 15, 2008, and run through September 25.  This time, it looks like we are again collecting coins as fast as possible.  This kart-only race will take place on the SNES Mario Circuit 3.  [Wii Folder]

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Update on Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Adapter

Update on Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Adapter

For those of you who were still having trouble believing it, the Nintendo’s Wi-Fi Adapter is for real.  However, do not expect it to come to Europe (or North America?).  For that article, click here. It does, however, come with an AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) that will enable you to synch your Wii or DS (Lite only) without having […]

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Murderer Gets a Wii

Murderer Gets a Wii

Warning:  This is disgusting! According to The People.co.uk, a man murdered two girls, but he now gets to spend his sentence playing Wii.  Here’s a part of the article. Prison guards have been told to play Wii computer games with Soham monster Ian Huntley in a bid to stop him killing himself. They have also been instructed to call the […]

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Complete History of Nintendo

Complete History of Nintendo

119 years have culminated in that little white box that sits beneath your TV. No bigger than a DVD case, the Wii is essentially the same machine – albeit slightly prettier and technically more robust – that Nintendo would release back in 1985.  Don’t believe us? Well we’re about to take you on a whistle-stop tour through the ins and […]

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Cheerleader Deathmatch on the Wii

Cheerleader Deathmatch on the Wii

GamesRadar has painfully reviewed and compared two cheerleading games for the Wii — “All Star Cheer Squad” and “We Cheer.”  However, you might be amazed with their conclusions. So, as you can see, these two games are both about cheerleading. You can tell because they both have the word “Cheer” in the title. Now I am going to compare them […]

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Wii Shop Channel Update 9/1/01 (NA)

Wii Shop Channel Update 9/1/01 (NA)

It looks like the HIGHLY ANTICIPATED Super Mario RPG has finally made it to the North American VC! Wii-KLY UPDATE: ONE WiiWARE GAME AND TWO VIRTUAL CONSOLE GAMES ADDED TO Wii SHOP CHANNEL September 1, 2008 Strike up the band and let the confetti fly! This week, the Wiiâ„¢ Shop Channel celebrates the momentous release of its 250th game title […]

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Wii and DS Compatibility

Wii and DS Compatibility

The Wii and DS communicating…  It seems so perfect.  Yet, only a few games have taken advantage of this ability.  Quite often, I find myself looking for games that do.  So, I was just watching a video about a game called MaBoShi which uses Wii-DS compatibility via DS Download.  Check it out. Then I thought back to the time when […]

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Nintendo DS at a Seattle Mariners Game

So, I kept hearing about this service, but I never saw anyone write or post about it.  And after Nintendo brought it up again at their E3 press conference, I had to look into it.  Maybe this is old for some of you, but here is a video of the Seattle Mariners Nintendo Fan Connection, downloadable software for your DS. […]

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