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August 12, 2009

The Wii Will Soon Play DLC Straight Off A 32GB SD Card

This means that if you want to download in-game content – like songs for Guitar Hero – you can just store them on an SD card, leave it in the Wii, and the game can load the data straight off it.

Straight-up booting off the SD card is available: – easier downloads – larger expansions – quicker loads when bringing in song data from the SD card into GH5.

This feature will support cards up to 32GB in size

This also means that Guitar Hero 5 will be the first Guitar Hero game on the Wii to fully embrace downloadable content, as you’ll now be able to pick up full albums and download them all at once.

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August 11, 2009

PunchOut!! & SMB 3 on Guitar – Get Rad!

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August 11, 2009

Let’s Party Appears To Be Let’s Tap’s Sequel

Despite weak sales in Japan, Sega took a chance and released Prope’s “future tapping game” in North America. It didn’t get much attention here either, but Sega isn’t giving up on their series of Let’s games.

Sega trademarked Let’s Party for use with video game software and “providing on-line games”. Seems like a good sign that Let’s Party is going to have some kind of online mode.

[Siliconera]

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August 11, 2009

Phantom Brave Wii – Delayed

Publisher NIS America now expects the Wii version, amusing subtitled “We Meet Again,” to arrive this Friday, August 14, a delay of just three days. The game was originally due in in June, but was pushed back so that NIS could include the Japanese voice acting.

Alongside the Japanese voice acting, the Wii edition of Phantom Brave is billed as packing new chapters, improved graphics, an enhanced interface and more items.

[Phantom Brave – Wii Site]

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August 11, 2009

Fossil Fighters Brings Dino-Sized Fun to Nintendo DS

Dinosaurs may be long gone from the earth, but for owners of the portable Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems, a new breed of prehistoric excitement is just now coming to life. With today’s release of the Fossil Fighters video game, Nintendo is delivering a dino-sized gaming experience that fans of any age or background can pick up and enjoy.

Fossil Fighters invites players to enter a world in which fearsome creatures are hidden as fossils for players to collect, using the unique touch-screen controls of Nintendo DS. Players can clean, collect and battle their discoveries. The game features more than 100 dinosaur-like creatures called Vivosaurs, each [...]

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August 11, 2009

See Travis Touchdown’s Dual Beam Katanas in Action

One of the new elements No More Heroes 2 will introduce is Travis’ ability to wield two beam katanas. Here’s a better (and unblurred) look at the katanas in action.

Publisher Marvelous Entertainment has sent out “new” No More Heroes 2 screenshots. “New” because most of them showed up in a May issue of Japanese game mag Famitsu.

May is not new — it’s an entire season ago. But those blurry magazine scans are blurry. The worst thing about blurry magazine scans? They’re blurry.

Have a better look at the dual beam katana action in No More Heroes 2. While hero Travis Touchdown carried a single beam katana in [...]

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August 11, 2009

Ultimate Power Station for Wii

CTADigital is at it again, in addition to their dozens of Wii accessories, we now get the one stop power station:

Wi-UPS Ultimate Power Station for Wii

This Ultimate Power Station serves as a complete powerhouse stand for your Wii gaming system. This multifaceted unit is designed to provide connections to your Wii console while helping maintain it in the long run.

The Main cradle connects to the AC, AV inputs and Sensor Bar connection on the back of the Wii console. The center slot houses a built-in fan that is aligned with the vent on the bottom of the Wii console, keeping the system cool at the flip of a switch. This charge station contains two [...]

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August 11, 2009

Silent Hill: Shattered Memories – New Screens

Plot The game will follow a similar plot to the original: The protagonist Harry Mason searching for his daughter, Cheryl, in the mysterious town of Silent Hill, following her disappearance after a car accident.

Gameplay Throughout the game, the player will be observed and evaluated by the game, and their actions will have an effect on multiple aspects of play, including characters’ attitudes and clothing. Different areas may also be unlocked, and Silent Hill and its attendant monsters can also change accordingly. Harry is equipped with a cell phone, which can check the map with a GPS interface, receive text- and audio-messages, take pictures, and call numbers. [...]

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