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Time Crisis Wii

Time Crisis Wii

Now, we also need a Crisis Zone Wii!  That would be even better!   Namco Bandai has officially announced it will create three Wii Games during the first phase of the new Nintendo console’s life-cycle, with two unannounced projects lining up behind the worryingly interesting horse-racing sim Final Furlong. At time of press there’s no word on what is to […]

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Nintendo Retailer Meeting Tomorrow

There could be a possible meeting tomorrow morning.  Boy, I’m going to loose a LOT of sleep over this!  Japanese retailers seem to be on a roll lately, at least when it comes to breaking news stories. Just yesterday reports came in from retailers on a Pink DS Lite, many hours before Nintendo made an official announcement. Now those same […]

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New Bleach Screens for Wii

New Bleach Screens for Wii

http://www.nintendowiifanboy.com/2006/06/28/bleach-wii-info-and-screens/

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Red Steel Perks

This game keeps getting more fine-tuned and fine-tuned.  I can’t wait to play the finished product.  Mathieu Minel, head of Marketing for Nintendo France, listed some of the positives and negatives he saw when it came to his play time on Red Steel. Thanks to Fredrick for the translation! * Positive Points : – – Incredible design for a non-Japanese […]

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Milon’s Star Paradise

Milon’s Star Paradise

Man, one of the best games for the NES was Milon’s Secret Castle.  So, I guess you can say that I am definitely giddy about this game!  Play the demo: http://milon.jp/taiken/index.html Link: http://milon.jp/taiken/index.html  

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Diner Dash for DS?

I haven’t played the PC game, but anything that is casual and non-gamerish deserves a DS romp in the “Touch Generations” category.  – Eidos announced that it has signed a deal with PlayFirst to publish the popular casual PC game Diner Dash for handheld consoles. The game will be released for the PSP, Nintendo DS, and Game Boy Advance in […]

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Elite Beat Agents Impressions

Elite Beat Agents Impressions

Get your groove on with Elite Beat Agents.  If you are a fan of rhythm music games, then this one is for you.  For more info, look in the newest issue of Nintendo Power. Elite Beat Agents‘ structure remains the same as its original, Japanese forebear: vibrant, comic book-styled stories segueway into music- and dance-infused “rescues” of people having bad […]

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Madden 2007 Considerations

Please, everyone buy MADDEN 2007!  EA Sports games have to be produced for the Nintendo Wii.  Otherwise, and I don’t want to go to another system…  When someone reviews a sports game, one comparison almost always made is with the same game from the previous year. People who purchased Madden 06 want to make sure that when they lay down […]

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Activision Still Looking for Voice Acting in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

If you think you have what it takes to be a voice actor in a video game, Activision has your ticket. Who’s Namor, you ask? Knave, he’s the King of Atlantis, and one of the playable characters in Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. And Activision is offering gamers the chance to voice his majesty in their upcoming game. This is the second […]

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Superman Games Archives

Superman Games Archives

Superman may has had its share of “crap” titles, but yet publishers are still making Superman titles…  Superman is the Hope Diamond of videogame licenses. For almost thirty years it has brought pain and ruin to all who dare to possess it. The ancient gypsy curse on Clark’s tights never stops well-meaning developers from giving it their best shot, though. […]

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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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