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Marvel: Ultimate Nemesis Characters

140!  Well, there will not be 140 playable characters.  Still, that is a lot of helpful (and unhelpful) hands to deal with!  When you have more than 140 different characters from the Marvel Universe slated to appear in Raven Software’s follow-up to X-Men Legends, there’s a lot of ground to cover. To help move that process along, your buddies here […]

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N-Query June 28th

N-Query June 28th

Props to The Hardware Just wanted to shoot you a comment and echo what you said in your “top 10 reasons we still play.” As a contractor working in the game industry, I tend to pick up any commercially viable system on the market. I’ve played my share of all of them. This last generation has been the worst… I’ve […]

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Zelda and Metroid Prime Hunters Statues

Zelda and Metroid Prime Hunters Statues

First 4 Figures struck a three-year contract with Nintendo to create large action figures, from nine to twelve inches, from Zelda and Metroid Prime: Hunters. The price for these beatifully built statues ranges from $80 to $120. The are also dioramas of scenes from the games, such as heated battles in Metroid and Link versus Ganon for up to $200. […]

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Take-Two Rumors

Take-Two Rumors

Take Two has revealed that they certainly will be making their sports 2K series, probably for late 2007. And possibly Table Tennis. Details below. During a telephone conversation, Paul Eibeler president de Take Two declared that its company would develop on Wii. Some of the plays of the series of 2K should thus make their appearance on Wii, Major League […]

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Deep Labyrinth Info/Screens

Deep Labyrinth Info/Screens

As an August release date, this could be really cool. What could be better than slashing the DS stylus to make a sword swipe? Along with Summon Night and Super Robot Taisen for GBA, Atlus has one more title on the way for pocket fans in the upcoming months. Deep Labyrinth for Nintendo DS combines the look and feel of […]

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Top 10 Wishlist Games

Top 10 Wishlist Games

Wii is still getting lots and lots of love! Let’s hope it continues… Source

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Sega on Arcade Resurgance

Sega on Arcade Resurgance

Okay, so maybe this is not related to Nintendo. It’s about time that arcade games are being made more and shown off more at my local Aladdin’s Castle. There is too many of the same old games there. When one thinks of the traditional video game arcade, they may think of a narrow dimly lit neon room, crowded with an […]

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W.S. Anderson on Video Game Movie Success

W.S. Anderson on Video Game Movie Success

Video game movies are almost always unsuccessful, but Anderson tries to explain how come a lot aren’t, and how many should be successful in a way. At the opening of today’s 2006 Hollywood & Games Summit in Beverly Hills, noted film director Paul W.S. Anderson delivered an intriguing keynote speech titled “Pressing the Right Buttons: How to Successfully blend Game […]

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Ubisofts Fiscal Report

Ubisofts Fiscal Report

Ubisoft reported a small decline in profit, but a slight increase in sales, mostly due to the release of King Kong: The Game. French-headquartered Ubisoft, one of the largest publishers in video games, has posted its results for the fiscal March 31, 2006, indicating a slight increase in sales, but an overall decline in annual profits. The company’s net sales […]

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Former Nintendo Exec Seeks New Company

Former Nintendo Exec Seeks New Company

I hope that Merrick finds success in the mobile games department. Mobile messaging, gaming, and content delivery company Mobliss announced that it has appointed former Nintendo executive and 12-year entertainment industry veteran Jim Merrick to the position of president and CEO. Merrick currently plans to expand the company’s presence in the area of creative mobile entertainment, including increasing the company’s […]

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Project Hammer Info

Project Hammer Info

This is one of the most anticipated tiles for the Wii this fall. It is for younger and older hardcore fans alike. Project H.A.M.M.E.R. sets its action in an apocalyptic “robots destroying the USA” scenario. Apparently too numerous or advanced to be stopped by everyday military technology, a single cyborg representative of “Project H.A.M.M.E.R.” enters the fray with just a […]

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Stormbreaker to Have a DS Prop

Stormbreaker to Have a DS Prop

A DS as a gadget? Sounds cool and enthralling. Nintendo today announced that the company’s DS handheld system is bound for the big screen. The device will play a key role in the upcoming movie Stormbreaker, a teen-spy thriller based on the Alex Rider series of books by Anthony Horowitz. In the film, a Hot Rod Red Nintendo DS is […]

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N64 Hatred

N64 Hatred

Geez. The N64 was a great system. The graphics were far superior for its time (and just as good as Jurassic Park’s computer animation), plus it had the best controller, introduced the Rumble and Expansion Packs (the graphics on the Expansion Pak were WAY BETTER), and it hosted the best games. I hate this guys opinion, but I guess everyone […]

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Blood Bowl

Blood Bowl

Another fantasy football game. My favorite sport and video games gets another football game. Let’s see if it comes for the Wii or not. Electronic Arts might have the market cornered on NFL-licensed football games, but that doesn’t mean someone else can’t approach the genre from a different angle. Midway’s done exactly that with the Blitz series, and Games Workshop […]

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Microtransactions Confirmed at Game Industry

Reggie commented it in Game Informer. Now, Games Industry had a Reggie talk about microtransactions. Comments from Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime reported by Games Industry confirm that Nintendo’s Wii will be ready to enter the exciting world of microtransactions. How publishers choose to utilize the technology is up to them, according to Fils-Aime.”If you’ve gotten to a particular […]

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