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January 24, 2014

New Renegade Kid FPS Coming to 3DS

Check out Renegade Kid's latest project - an awesome-looking episodic 3DS first-person shooter running at 60 FPS with Circle Pad Pro support!
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October 16, 2009

Band Hero – Wii-DS Connectivity Features

IGN shares the connectivity features that grace Band Hero for Wii & DS.

DS Party Play: pick up instruments you want, drop in/out anytime, no-fail play, change difficulty on the fly use your DS to connect to the Wii and sift through the playlist create a setlist and send it to the Wii so the music never stops hints/tips/trivia about the band are also displayed on DS DS changes result in Wii on-screen pop-ups to let players know what you’ve done Roadie Battle returns use a DS during Mii Freestyle to change the stage lighting, camera angles and more connect DS version of Band Hero to Wii version to download 50 exclusive Fan Request challenges complete these challenges [...]
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August 25, 2009

IGN’s Wii 1,2,3 Guide

It seems that IGN has taken it upon themselves to help Wii owners out.  They have put together a 2-part guide for Wii buyers and Wii owners.  Some standouts from the guide are the Essential Games list, Hidden Gems list, and the Maximizing Wii’s Potential guide.

Whether you’re completely new to or already own Nintendo’s worldwide videogame phenomenon, we’re here to help you become a Wii master – quickly and easily – because that’s how we roll. Our simple 1, 2, 3 guide to the ultra-popular system will jump you through the buying and set up processes, the addictive games that you won’t be able to survive without, the controllers and [...]

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June 23, 2009

The Conduit – 8.6/10 From IGN

It’s not revolutionary, but the Conduit is a great first-person shooter designed just for Wii owners. While the game does not turn the genre upside-down, it is innovative in certain areas — for example, it features the most customizable, precise and enjoyable controls of any console shooter created, hands down. Meanwhile, the technology powering the experience is leaps and bounds ahead of most third- party offerings for Nintendo’s system. Combined, you’ve got a game that controls flawlessly and looks great. If you’re okay with a few presentational cliches — a story involving aliens that [...]

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