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Warioware: Smooth Moves Impressions

Warioware: Smooth Moves looks to be shaping up as the ultimate party title.  More below:  The general premise of any WarioWare title is the idea of adaptation. The player must constantly adapt to the drastically changing gameplay almost every 5 seconds. One second you’re told to fix the leaks in a pipe and the next you’re putting a fire out […]

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DFC Predicts Next-Gen Console Race

The DFC is STILL saying that the PS3 will come in last and the Wii will win in market share.  Late last month, San Diego-based DFC Intelligence raised more than a few eyebrows when it said that Sony could very well end up last in the next-gen gaming race, behind competitors Microsoft and Nintendo. Today, the research firm released an […]

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THQ’s New Studio Formed

It sounds like more talented guys have joined another THQ development team. THQ today announced the formation of a new development team, Incinerator Games, the latest addition to THQ’s growing internal studio system. Based in Carlsbad, Calif., Incinerator is comprised of veterans of the Twisted Metal, NFL GameDay and MLB 2006: The Show projects from Sony’s 989 studios, as well […]

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Secret Wii Wi-Fi site revealed

Secret Wii Wi-Fi site revealed

From your living room to the world, the built in Wi-Fi capabilities of Wii let you play games against friends and family around the world! If you have a wireless broadband connection, Wii is ready to connect right out of the box. And best of all, it’s free to connect via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and take on all comers! Nintendo […]

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GoNintendo July 17th

GoNintendo July 17th

Legend of the River King DS Screens: Link Should Bleach be imported?: Link Tamagotchi: Corner Shop 2 Footage: Link Need for Speed: Carbon DS Screens: Link Wii Pamphlets at European Store: Link Final Fantasy III Screens The Nintendo Links Wii Date Launch French Wii Site: Link New Mega Man DS Details: Link bit Generations: Boundish: Link European Convention Screens: Link

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Massive Wii Sports Overview

Massive Wii Sports Overview

Is Nintendo’s upcoming bundle of mini sports games just a gimmick? Or is it a recipe for success? Ever since the specifics about the Nintendo Wii have been unveiled, Nintendo has been reminding people not to think of it as a “Next-generation system,â€? but a “New-generation system.â€? A system that does not aim to deliver that next gen eye candy […]

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Jeff Brown of EA on Wii’s Popularity

EA’s Nintendo Wii team GROWS to make more Wii games than the Cube, and Wii could come out on top.Electronic Arts’ Jeff Brown has revealed the extent of the publisher’s support for the Nintendo Wii, and believes that the console’s place as second in line to either a PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 could be very good news for Nintendo.Speaking […]

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THQ Loves Wii!

Awesome news of the day. THQ is thinking of implementing the Wiimote for their next wrestling game. FLIPPIN’ SWEET! Nintendo system is perfect antidote for overly serious games sector, argues Farrell THQ president and CEO Brian Farrell has offered a ringing endorsement of Nintendo’s next-generation Wii console, commending the Japanese giant’s back-to-basics approach to “fun” gaming as a welcome tonic […]

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Ken Kutaragi on PS3 Not Being for the Market

Ken Kutaragi on PS3 Not Being for the Market

Ken made a strange statement on what the PS3 is looking to captivate, and it’s NOT the market. Ken Kutaragi is the man behind the creation of the PS1, PS2, and the upcoming PS3. He is very well known for making some extremely bold statements, and his love of hardware achitecture/technology. Some people at Sony don’t agree with his vision […]

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Phoenix Wright: Justice for All Interview

Phoenix Wright: Justice for All Interview

Comic-con had a chance to get an interview on the making of Pheonix Wright: Justice for All:  Later this week at Comic-Con in San Diego, Capcom will present the first playable version of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All for the press and players to get their hands on. But being antsy and all, we couldn’t wait that long, […]

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Red Steel’s Multiplayer Plans

Red Steel’s multiplayer is confirmed, but Eypert’s comment makes us curious at what he is trying to point out.  An intriguing Red Steel multiplayer detail recently surfaced during GamePro’s interview with Ubisoft creative director Nicolas Eypert. When asked about the game’s multiplayer, Eypert had this to say: “[You’ll] have up to four players. If they play together in split screens […]

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Sudoku Creator Interview

Sudoku Creator Interview

Cubed3 interview the Sudoku creator of the popularity of Sudoku across the world.     Sudoku has already taken the world by storm, with people playing it as often as they used to do crosswords. It is so popular now that the puzzle craze has crossed over to the world of videogames, most notably in Sudoku Gridmaster and Dr. Kawashima’s […]

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Germany Game Convention to Show NEW Wii Titles

Mark your calendars for August 24th to the 27th.  A Germany Game Convention is being held, showing off new, unannounced titles that are currently scheduled for the Wii. First, the World Cup, and now this (far more important) unveiling of new Wii games; Germany gets all the good stuff. According to Nintendo: The Official Magazine (a European publication, to be […]

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Amazon Says PS3 More Popular Than Wii

Amazon quotes that the PS3 is winning the popularity vote over the Nintendo Wii.  If polls serve us correctly, then I DON’T THINK SO! Sony’s Playstation 3 is more popular than Wii according to customers at Amazon Japan. The overseas retail division of Amazon.com has published a graph that represents customer interest in each platform, with the 60GB PS3 edging […]

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Nintendo Fusion Tour 2006

Man,l the WII FOR FREE!  I definitely nned to go!  Show me the TICKETS! As gamers, you’re probably only concerned with music composed by Nobuo Uematsu or Michiru Yamane, when in fact there is a whole world of alternatives, good alternatives out there. So do yourself a bit of good, go out into that wide world (watch out for bears) […]

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