A positive article about the Nintendo Wii just focusing on games for an affordable price. Check it out on: Washington Post Link
You probably noticed the drought of Wii news today. Why? E3 is almost here! Three days until the bombs are dropped, bombs powerful enough to shake the earth. Here are some things that Nintendo fanboys can hope to expect (note the ‘hope’ part) at this years e3: From Microsoft: Announcement that Bill Gates decided to leave the console market because […]
If you want all the info you need on the Nintendo Wii, please go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Revolution
In a report to GameSpot, THQ’s Brian Farrel told us that the game development costs for the Wii are inexpensive compared to the other next gen consoles. “[The Wii] wasn’t a whole new programming environment,” Farrell said. “So we had a lot of tools and tech that work in that environment. So those costs–and again, I hate these broad generalizations–but […]
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Well, today Activision posted two videos-one for Tony Hawk: Downhill Jam and one for Call of Duty 3 (yes, it’s coming for the Wii!).Ã‚Â Unfortunately, there is no live in-game footage of Tony Hawk because Nintendo doesn’t want them to leak out the footage. Ã‚Â Here are the two links: Tony Hawk: Downhill Jam video: http://revolution.ign.com/articles/705/705453p1.html Call of Duty 3 […]
Here is the scenario: You live in New York, you cannot afford the plane ticket to LA… but you aren’t upset, because you are going to see it live at the Nintendo World store! For information and an opportunity to RSVP for the event, check out Nintendo’s official World Store website. Ã‚Â What?! No one playing them? Ã‚Â Ohhh yeah. […]
That’s right, first Gamespot, and now 1UP is too! It is 100% free, and unlike Gamespot paying for higher quality is not an option. Unfortunately, they won’t be filming the floor show, but that is when you come here and refresh like mad for news! Source
Last week Nintendo’s Reggie Fills-Aime let it slip that at this years E3 Nintendo would be showing a racing game that would define how racers should be done on the Wii. Rumour has it that today over at IGN’s Insider boards a Nintendo VIP postedÃ‚Â this short list of what this title might be: Excitebike, Waverace, F-Zero and Mario Kart. Mario […]
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â In the last issue of the Japanese Jump magazine, an installment of the One Piece story was confirmed for the Wii. Although no specific details are known at the time, Jump did provide what seem to be in-game screenshots. Source Ã‚Â Note from SirVenom: This was originally in the News section, but I thought it would be more […]
Here are the first images from the upocoming Super Monkey Ball Wii game. As you can see, the Wii does indeed look pretty good for a non-HD console. The actual image quality, of course, is not the best since they are scans, but you can certainly get the gist of it. Source
Sega today announced a new game coming for next-gen systems.Ã‚Â There is no specific mention of Wii however there is a chance of it gracing Nintendo’s new console.Ã‚Â Set for a 2007 release it is described as a third-person action shooter. Seems reminiscant of the GTA series of games: “The Club is a loosely organized and highly illegal underground entity. […]
Xbox Live is overflowing with innovation now. Combining online console gaming with PC and maybe TV technology, Xbox 360 owners can play against players around the world and be slowed down by advertisments at the same time. Too cool to be true? Here is proof!
According to Gamespot, they will have free live streaming of the Nintendo press event scheduled for May 9th.Ã‚Â The only thing better would be if you were a payed subscriber to Gamespot, in which you can see it live in better quality.Ã‚Â http://www.gamespot.com/news/6149047.html
In Matt’s recent blog on Ign.com, he complares all three next-gen systems to the height of an Eiffel Tower! Well, look at the Wii on the far right. It’s that tiny! Matt goes into detail on why the other systems are bigger and that smaller really doesn’t mean the worst. The link: http://blogs.ign.com/matt-ign