As some of you may or may not know, I had a fairly large “book deal” a few years back after I gained international attention as the “Wii Workout Guy“. I lost 9lbs. playing Wii Sports and dubbed it my Wii Sports Experiment. I appeared on countless Television programs, radio programs, magazines, newspapers, and all over the internet. The experiment caught the eye of a literary agent in NYC and along with a ghost writer from Men’s Health Magazine we got a publisher. Everything was a go, but the publisher wanted Nintendo’s blessing before they put out such a book. After a few weeks we finally got word back from Nintendo of Japan that they [...]
Setting The game takes place during the Genroku era at the time of shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi on Honsh?, the main island of Japan. Because of his thirst for power, a conflict over immensely powerful swords, the Demon Blades, occurs. The swords are cursed and are said to bring tragedy, madness, and untimely deaths. As the chaos from the conflict spreads, creatures from the netherworld are summoned by these blades, along with Dragon and Demon Gods.
Story Kisuke, who has lost his memories, is a fugitive being chased for a crime he no longer remembers. His only desire is to find a certain katana. After defeating his arresters, he meets Yuzuruha who offers to guide his [...]
Check out WiiNintendo’s hands on with TMNT: Smash-Up a few weeks ago, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up – Hands On
Both games have been rated for the Wii meaning that they will be arriving shortly.
Ninja Gaiden — rated E10+ This is an arcade-style action game in which players assume the role of a ninja who fights his way through a 2D side-scrolling environment. Players punch, kick, and use swords to slash at street thugs carrying batons and blades. Occasional boss battles require players to attack stronger enemies in more protracted battle. When players lose all their “lives,” a “Game Over” screen depicts a circular saw being lowered down on the central character as the screen fades to red. In one area of the game, a background mural shows a man in a tight-fitting leather outfit [...]
Gameplay Combat primarily consists of encounters with people who have died climbing the mountain and whose souls are suspended in Bardo. The player must make gestures with the Wii Remote to free their souls. The game will also make use of other features of the Wii Remote, such as its built-in speaker. The developers have announced plans to incorporate Wii MotionPlus into the control scheme.
Plot Cursed Mountain is set in the late 1980s, due to the lack of technology available in the time period. The protagonist, Eric Simmons, is searching for his brother, who climbed Chomolonzo, a fictional mountain in the Himalayas, without first making the ritual offering. The [...]
Because of the recent release of Flipnote Studio in North America, many are excited about creating and sharing their own flipnotes. We have created a thread for doing so in our Forums, so head over there and share your creations. We cannot wait to see what you have created!
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London – August 13, 2009 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announces TouchMaster 3, a puzzle compilation game for Nintendo DS™ and Game Party 3, a social party game for the Wii™ system. TouchMaster and Game Party are multi-million unit selling franchise additions to the company’s casual and family line-up scheduled to launch in Autumn 2009.
TouchMaster and Game Party are fan favourites, with Game Party selling more than three million units worldwide and TouchMaster selling more than one million units worldwide. Appealing to players of all ages and abilities, both titles offer casual and family gamers a fresh take on the popular Game Party and TouchMaster [...]