Archives

Matt’s IGN Wii Post Suggests to Go Elsewhere

This has to be a joke, otherwise he is a traitor.  If you go to the site, you will notice that his blog was deleted.  So who knows… Moving On As many of you know, I’ve been spending a lot of “off timeâ€? on the Wii and GameCube channels since E3. Last week, it hit me: maybe I’m not into […]

read more

Details From the New Nintendo Power Issue

Man, I NEED this issue.  Only a few more days.  According to Gamasutra, there is some new info concerning the Wii Launch Line-up. The latest issue of official American Nintendo magazine Nintendo Power has revealed a number of previously unconfirmed details of the Wii launch, including some of the titles due for the proposed U.S. launch line-up. Although an official […]

read more

Tracy McGrady

He’s on the cover of NBA Live 2007, after a slump season.  But hey, he’s still one of the best players in the NBA! Houston Rocket Tracy McGrady’s 24.4 points per game in 2005-2006 was his lowest season total since his first season with the Orlando Magic (2000-2001), so instead of being struck by the EA Sports Curse, maybe McGrady’s […]

read more

Shingo Interview

The Elebits creator is deeply enthralled with the Wiimote, and wants to continue development of more games for the Wii. First impressions can be deceiving. In an ITmedia +D Games interview with Elebits producer Shingo Mukaitouge, the developer thought the technology would pigeonhole the types of games created for the system. “My first thought was that it was geared toward […]

read more

By 2010, $47 billion In Game Market

This is a rough estimate, but I do agree with this statement. Video games really are taking over the movie and television business! A recent report from PricewaterhouseCoopers titled “Global Entertainment and Media Outlook: 2006-2010″ predicts the worldwide game market will see enormous growth, going from about $7 billion in 2005 to as much as $47 billion in 2010. That’s […]

read more

ESRB Responds

With the “Commitment to Parentsâ€? group growing, the ESRB is attempting to regulate the Mature-rated title interest of minors that are under 17. Standing on the hallowed grounds of Capitol Hill, today the ESRB and representatives from major videogame retailers announced their “Commitment to Parentsâ€? campaign, which comprises a number of changes in the Entertainment Software Association’s (ESA) strategy to […]

read more

Pokemon Typing on the PC

Pokemon Typing on the PC

Source

read more

CBS Brain Age Report

CBS Brain Age Report

I guess Brain Age REALLY does increase the growth of adults. Even the elderly think it’s a great non-gamer game! There is no machine that can turn back time, but there might be one to train your brain to stay sharper for years to come. CBS News correspondent Bill Whitaker reports senior citizens are the new growth market being targeted […]

read more

Pokemon Wii Video Translated

To see the Pokemon Wii video again but in English, go to: http://www.filb.de/?option=news&aktion=komm&ID=397

read more

Digital Trends Miyamoto Interview

Digital Trends Miyamoto Interview

More juicy questions are asked to Miyamoto.  Does he ever have time to work on his other video game projects?  Shigeru Miyamoto innocently began his career in interactive entertainment in 1977, when Nintendo – then a playing card maker turned toy manufacturer first breaking into arcades – hired the Kyoto-born dreamer as a staff artist. But over the following three decades, […]

read more

New Crash Bang Boom Screens

New Crash Bang Boom Screens

Source

read more

Japanese to Have Opera on July 24th

This DS browser technology looks super cool. I juast hope it comes to these shores soon. Opera Software today announced that the Opera Web browser for Nintendo DS will be released in Japan on July 24. The DS browser will initially be sold online only at a price of 3,800 yen, and come with an additional memory expansion pack. Nintendo […]

read more

Elebits Screens and Interview

Elebits Screens and Interview

Japanese site at: Source

read more

THQ Talks About Cars and Other News

Profitable increase in yearly sales, Cars success, and other plans. THQ president and CEO Brian Farrell has provided a comprehensive overview of the state of the company, including the sales success of the company’s Pixar-licensed Cars game, and his company’s concerns about getting into the MMO market. Speaking during a presentation to the Lazard Capital Markets Investors Breakfast made available […]

read more

Video Game Summit to Have Reggie

Alliance numériQC, the business network of Quebec’s multimedia and interactive content industry is delighted to launch the third Montreal International Game Summit (MIGS). This annual gathering of video game professionals will take place November 8-9 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal. MIGS attracts some of the most talented and original creators in the game industry worldwide. The event is […]

read more