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2008/10/09 9:44:34: Posted by DM
The sequel to the cult Wii hit No More Heroes is already int he works, it seems. There is a nice new teaser trailer playing at TGS this year. Check it out for yourself.

2008/10/08 13:14:38: Posted by DM
In case you missed it, the Wii Shop channel releases for the week are as follows. Virtual Console has both Shining Force II, and Mario Golf, and the Wii Ware channel has Midnight Bowling, and Madstone. Click read more for the full info.


Pop quiz: What do you get when you add together 10 pins, 18 holes, two stolen jewels and hundreds of tumbling blocks? Never mind arithmetic-the answer lies in this week's excellent additions to the Wii Shop Channel™. Wii™ lovers on the lookout for fresh gaming thrills can take their pick from a lively lineup that includes electrified bowling, Mario-styled golf, inventive puzzles and fantastic battles. Better yet, try out all four games and watch the fun grow exponentially.
2008/10/08 9:00:28: Posted by DM
The new point system Nintendo is going to utilize once the DSi store is open has been revealed. There will not be separate Wii and DS store points, they will be called Nintendo points, and will be universal. Unfortunately, if you use a 3000 points card on your Wii say, you cannot then use 1000 of those points on the DS and 2000 on the Wii. They will be console-specific, not account universal. According to the Japanese Nintendo slides, anyway.
2008/10/06 15:06:18: Posted by DM
Nintendo America boss Reggie Fils-Aime says he did Wii Music an "injustice" by underselling its complexity at E3. He says the game is actually a quick rhythm title that should prove popular this Holiday season.

"We may have done that title an injustice at E3 by showing something that looked so easy. We made it appear too simple. Now we're showing the tremendous variety of instruments and tones and how challenging it is to make music that sounds good."
2008/10/03 13:48:28: Posted by DM
In case you missed it in all the hubub from Nintendo yesterday, here is the official release list for the rest of 2008. It includes Punchout and Wii Music, two titles that should prove worth purchasing. Click read more for the full info.


REDMOND, Wash., Oct. 2, 2008 – Nintendo today disclosed a number of surprises, including new games, the ability to use the Wii™ console to chat with friends near and far, and the expansion of the popular Club Nintendo rewards program to North America.
2008/10/03 13:45:47: Posted by DM
Along with the major stuff a the conference, Nintendo also revealed that they will be increasing the amount of Wii and DS units shipping to the US. Reggie Fils-Aime himself was the man who made the statement, so hopefully this Christmas will see the shelves full of as many Wii units as will sell.
2008/10/03 10:01:40: Posted by DM
IGN spoke with Cammie Dunaway, the Exec VP of Nintendo America, just a day after the big Nintendo Press Conference where the DSi and more was announced. She spoke about the new Pikmin, the slew of new Wii titles, and of course, the new DSi. Check it out.
2008/10/02 15:46:59: Posted by DM
For those of you who travel a lot, you may want to start staying at the Mariott hotel chain. Going forward, certain Mariott Renaissance hotels will be getting the Nintendo Wii for their in-room gaming service. Titles like Mario Kart Wii, Super Mario Galaxy, Wii Sports, and Wii Fit will be available for play.
2008/10/02 15:00:03: Posted by DM
At the San Francisco follow-up event to the Japanese DSi announcement, Nintendo confirmed a US release of the DSi, but it will not debut until "well into 2009." They also revealed Club Nintendo's North American debut. The DSi was not the focus of the event, but the presentation began with a demo of the unit. Something to note, the demo showed that the unit would have internal flash memory, but it also showed the unit playing only AAC files, and not MP3. According to GS, that is all the unit will support, even though the Japanese unit supposedly has an MP3 player. The rest of the event was to highlight the upcoming Wii releases for the year.

*Update: Looks like its AAC playback only in all regions, folks. Sorry.
2008/10/02 11:33:04: Posted by DM
Nintendo has announced the new storage solution for the Wii at their conference today in Japan. It has been confirmed that Nintendo will allow users to download games from the Wii Shop onto the SD card. It is unclear if this means users will be able to play the games directly from the card, but if not, it seems like a pretty half-assed solution to us. Nintendo also made it clear though that it will be easy to transfer the games from the SD card to the Wii main memory and vice versa. This could mean that we still cannot play the files from the card. More info when we get it. Unfortunately, this update will not even be available until Spring 2009 for some reason.
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