2009/10/19 12:16:01: By DM
This week Nintendo has eight games for us on the various Wii game stores. LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias, a sequel to one of the more popular WiiWare releases, and Shootanto: Evolutionary Mayhem, are two of the games coming to you for a few Wii points. DSiWare has Domo, the weird creature that is also a 7-11 marketing tool. He stars in five separate games this week. Click read more for the full info.


Eight is great for gamers this week as Nintendo adds eight new titles to its ever-growing library of downloadable games. First on the list is LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias, a follow-up to one of the most popular releases on the WiiWare™ service. Next, Shootanto: Evolutionary Mayhem makes survival of the fittest the law of the land. Meanwhile, Nintendo DSiWare™ welcomes Domo™, a strange creature who hatched from an egg. Also known as the popular mascot of Japan's NHK television station, Domo stars in five separate new Nintendo DSiWare games. Topping it off is RYGAR™, a 1980s arcade gem making its Virtual Console™ debut.
2009/10/16 12:43:07: By DM
The new Super Mario Brothers for Wii is "pretty difficult" says the man himself, Shigeru Miyamoto. At a press event in NYC yesterday, Joystiq's hands-on demo was a paltry performance, it seems. Also, by earning the super coins hidden on each level, you can unlock videos such as one that shows you how to obtain infinite 1ups, and other hints.
2009/10/15 16:10:47: By DM
The rumors have been confirmed. Nintendo has officially announced Pokepark for the Wii, a new Pokemon title. The game will have you take control of Pikachu, and he has to interact and work with other Pokemon to complete various mini games and tasks. You will be able to forge relationships with new Pokemon, and then go on to solve more advanced puzzles and quests.

2009/10/14 17:25:16: By DM
In the latest edition of Iwata Asks, Nintendo main man Satoru Iwata spoke with Miyamoto himself to ask about Wii Fit Plus. Miyamoto claims that it is not a sequel, but rather an "enhanced version" of the original. This means that even though there are 20 or more new exercises, it also streamlines the interface of the first. This is basically a DLC add-on, without the "DL" part, folks. Enjoy.
2009/10/14 10:48:57: By DM
The Nintendo Wii will be getting a new look just in time for the Holidays here in the US. On November 16, 2009, black version of both the Wiimote and Nunchuck controller will be available for the Nintendo Wii. The package will be available for $49.99, which includes the Wiimote and a Wii Motion Plus. If you want the Nunchuck, it will be another $19.99. $69.99 is a but much for a different color Wiimote, but you can ask Santa for it. Or Hanukkah Harry. Or Quanzaa Charlie. Click read more for the full info.


Nintendo's iconic Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ controllers are getting a new look, just in time for the holidays. Ever since the Wii™ system launched in November 2006, the controllers have been available only in white. On Nov. 16, Nintendo introduces new black versions.
2009/10/13 14:38:22: By DM
The Wii peripheral craze is starting to get out of control. Now, Bigben Interactive has announced an exercise Bike peripheral for the Wii. The Cyberbike lets users cycle along paths and roads, clearing up sources of pollution along the way. You can ride through 18 different circuits, and numerous accessories are unlocked as you progress. Sounds like fun, and up to four players can participate, if you have four bikes, we suppose.
2009/10/06 14:12:19: By DM
Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime said that he believes the Wii price cut will "nudge" millions of new users who were previous on the fence. "The consumer response has been very strong to the price reduction," Reggie said, but added it is too soon to release sales figures. We are sure the price cut has indeed made many buy the Wii, but we think the real increase will show during the holiday season.
2009/10/06 11:09:45: By DM
A new Epic Mickey game is indeed in the works for the Nintendo Wii. Warren Specter had hinted he was working on a game like this, and now, the new cover story from Game Informer more or less confirms it. Specter and his studio, Junction Point, has been working in secret since 2007, and the single player game is due out late next year. Disney will be showing off the game at a UK press event later this month, so stay tuned.

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