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How to Review Wii Games

How to Review Wii Games

Matt’s IGN Blog states the reviews that he and the rest of the staff have to consider in the Wii titles.  It will certainly be different then other systems, mind you.  It’s slow. Really, really slow. Nintendo is being extra quiet on Wii and most of the third parties making games for the system are following suit. As a result, you’re […]

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Need For Speed: Carbon Correction

Need For Speed: Carbon Correction

Wii version seven days BEFORE other versions, Nov. 3rd.  Now I guess that would mean that we would be seeing the Wii on or before Nov. 3rd.  Most sites proclaim Nov. 6th or around their.  I did expect Nov. 3rd, and I believe that that is a Sunday.  So Nov. 3rd will be the Wii Launch, and Need for Speed will be […]

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RUMOR: Wii to be $350 Canadian

RUMOR: Wii to be $350 Canadian

The pic above says that the Nintendo Wii will be $350 Canadian!  This is most definitely false.  Nintendo has already announced a price under $250.  

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DS Lite Cracking Response

“We are not aware of any problems with the hinge of the DS Lite, however if someone experiences a problem with their DS Lite they should contact their local customer services department. The DS Lite carries a one year warranty for manufacturing defects, if the fault is covered under the warranty it will be repaired free of charge if not […]

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6 Kilobytes Used for What?

What do people think the extra 6 kilobytes on the Wii are used for? This is one guy’s opinion: Last week new details about the Nintendo Wii controller surfaced and chances are you’ve probably read about it already. If not then here’s a recap from AMN. It’s information about battery life, battery type (AA), LED light functions, and other such […]

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No Wii Need For Speed Rumor

Look at the last sentence in the first paragraph. NO WII RELEASE! Let the rumors begin! Mwhaa. Ha. Ha. Electronic Arts announced today that the release date of Need for Speed Carbon will be November 10, 2006, on all consoles (the complete list of platforms below). Developed by EA Black Box in Vancouver, British Columbia, Need for Speed Carbon is […]

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Info on Nintendo Wii

*The fan does not turn with the quiet low electrical stand-by mode which Internet regular connection possibility (as for electric power consumption bean light bulb 1) *The family computer and the super Family Computer, [nintendou] 64, the game software of Mega drive (Sega) and the PC engine (the NEC Hudson) is downloaded by way of Internet (compensation) play possibility * […]

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Girls Could Enjoy Wii

Girls Could Enjoy Wii

Jessica Figerosso wrote an article about girls in consideration with the Nintendo Wii. Dirty mind, indeed. Ok, so we’re all used to the fact that by the end of this year we will all be the proud owners of a console which may or may not have been named after a waste product of the human digestive system. We’ve heard […]

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Game Informer “Port Questions” Poll

A Game Informer poll suggests that ports could be tough on the Wii, but people are certainly excited about it! Are you excited for the Wii? Yes 77% No 23% If you port to the Wii, how hard is it to adapt your title to that system? Hard 67% Not so Bad 33% Easy 0% PS3 too expensive? Yes 63% […]

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The New Zealand Story DS

The New Zealand Story DS

Rising Star Games announces return of another classic to Nintendo DS Rising Star Games today announced that The New Zealand Story, one of the most distinctive and original platform games of the 1980s, will be the next title in the firm’s Revolution series of updates to classic videogames for the Nintendo DS.New Zealand Story Revolution will be an accurate re-telling […]

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Wii Gaining Popularity

In a recent Kotaku blog, the Wii is mentioned as good exercise for us gamers. Although spritely Adonises such as myself love the Wii, those of us who perhaps do not let our bouncing pectorals hypnotise passing women into seduction may be excused for being skeptical about a device that takes the lard out of their asses and their asses […]

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Activision Sued

Another stock-related incident has occurred in Activision by a SEC filing.  An SEC filing has revealed that major publisher Activision is the subject of a lawsuit from a shareholder over what are described as “purported improprieties in the Company’s issuance of stock options”, possibly relating to the currently hot topic of option backdating. The full announcement from Activision, Inc. reveals […]

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Nintendo Should of Showed Early

Publishers were skeptical about the Wii before E3, and they didn’t expect a lot of titles to show. Nintendo was a success at E3, and now publishers are finally starting to make games. Nintendo could be the big winner this holiday season in the video-game wars, but that might not be great news for game publishers. The venerable video-game company’s […]

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New Ubisoft Director

Florentino is now the head of Splinter Cell’s publisher boards, replacing Guillemot in the process. French-headquartered Ubisoft announced that it has appointed investment banking veteran Marc Fiorentino as a new, non-executive director of the Splinter Cell publisher’s board. The board of directors will submit his appointment for ratification at the next Ordinary General Meeting, scheduled for September 25. The decision, […]

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Rainbow Six Concerns

Officials are concerned about the utilization of Las Vegas as the setting for the next Rainbow Six game.  According to a website report by local broadcast station KLAS-TV, Las Vegas officials are already upset about the use of their city in Ubisoft’s forthcoming next generation action title Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas, which was showcased at May’s E3 Expo. Mayor […]

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