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Wii Gains Momentum

We’re now in the middle ground between E3 2006 and the Wii launch day. With the combination of the already dominant Nintendo DS handheld and newcomer Wii console, the Japanese hardware manufacturer and gaming enterprise has made one of the biggest splashes in company history this year, and it’s beginning to show. Across the Net and in stores nationwide, the […]

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A Game Based on “Lost” for 2007

A Game Based on “Lost” for 2007

Today Ubisoft announced a long-term worldwide licensing agreement with Touchstone Television to develop and publish a video game based on the television series Lost. Developed by Ubisoft’s Montréal studio and scheduled to hit retail shelves worldwide in 2007, the game will be offered for home and portable consoles as well as PCs. For those of you living under a rock, […]

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Zelda: Twilight Realm’s New Look

Zelda: Twilight Realm’s New Look

Word has been spreading that the twilight realm in Twilight Princess has received a visual overhaul. Back when the game was first shown, we saw a stark, black and white monotone world punctuated by the occasional hint of color from Link in wolf form, Midna, or an enemy. Now, the world sports a much different visual style. When transported to […]

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Newsweek: Nintendo’s Remarkable Comeback

Newsweek: Nintendo’s Remarkable Comeback

It’s one thing when all the gaming/nerd/computer sites express there opinion of Nintendo, but when it leaks over into the mainstream press (Microsoft partner, non the less) you know Nintendo is going to be a force to reckon with…. By N’Gai Croal Newsweek International May 29, 2006 issue – Like Cannes for movies, the most important forum for the $30 […]

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Epic Games Talking with Nintendo

Epic Games Talking with Nintendo

The creator of giant 360 game, Gears of War, is currently “talking” with Nintendo: Cliffy B. (middle) “We’re currently talking with Nintendo. It’s not really my department to pontificate on other people’s system and comments that the wonderful Mark Rein will make occasionally to upset the fans. Again, I reserve judgment of the Wii until I get hands on with […]

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Playing with Gaming Newsweek Article

May 29, 2006 issue – Like Cannes for movies, the most important forum for the $30 billion videogame industry is the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Held each May in Los Angeles, it’s preceded by a series of chest-thumping press conferences from each of the three console manufacturers (Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft) as they jockey for mind share and market dominance. […]

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Zelda Twilight Princess Lava Boss Battle Video

Zelda Twilight Princess Lava Boss Battle Video

Video of the new Zelda game being played at e3 using the Wii Remote. Youtube Link

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No Early Success for US Publishers?

  Majority of Wii third-party publishers to not benefit in the early running Nintendo has previously promised much of their planned Wii launch library will come from third-party publishers as opposed to first-party, but Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has doubts few Wii partners outside of Sega and Ubisoft are really gunning for success on the next-gen console. This could […]

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ZeldaClassic ported to GP2X

ZeldaClassic ported to GP2X

News via GP32x ZeldaClassic by Armageddongames, a project that started way back in April 1999 as a Legend of Zelda 1 Remake for the PC, is most probably being ported over to the gp2x! I just sent one of the devs a gp2x today so he can start trying to port it Today, the project is way more than just […]

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Wii Ads Now Appearing Over the Net

The first advertisements for Nintendo’s innovative new Wii console have started to trickle to online destinations.The name Wii replaces the traditional term “we” in sentences much like the ones used to first introduce the name to online readers. Phrases for the ads include, “Wii will put people more in touch with their games” and “Wii will change everything”. Clicking the […]

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99 Lives Trick in New Super Mario Bros.

99 lives trick in NSMB The classic trick is back, thanks to EVERYONE who sent this in!

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Ubi Soft Employee Comments on Red Steel

Ubi Soft Employee Comments on Red Steel

If you have been reading GoNintendo for a while now, you are familiar with PRINCE_NineOne1. Prince is an employee of Ubisoft that posts over at IGN’s forums. His status as a Ubisoft employee has been 100% confirmed, even by IGN. Having said that, Prince has posted on the subject of Red Steel, and the build that was shown/playable at E3. […]

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3 Taito Wii Games in development

3 Taito Wii Games in development

Taito has announced that they have 3 titles in the works for the Wii, and one of them turns out to be a sequel to a DS title that is on the way to the US. Cooking Mama for the DS is fairing very well in sales over in the land of the rising sun, enough so to get the […]

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Modified Gamecubes confirmed at E3 2006

The rumors have been floating around for quite some time now. We reported a few days ago that it was starting to look as if almost all Wii games on the show floor were running off of GameCubes. While the Wii shells were there, that is all they were…shells. Now an official statement has been put out by Nintendo on […]

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PS3 price bad for publishers, good for the Wii

PS3 price bad for publishers, good for the Wii

It’s been over a week since Sony revealed that the PlayStation 3 would launch in November at two price points–$499 for a stripped-down 20GB model and $599 for the tricked-out 60GB model. However, the news is still reverberating through the industry, with more and more analysts weighing in on the matter in the form of notes to investors. The latest […]

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