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2008/07/25 15:33:11: Posted by DM
This is more or less a no-brainier, but now it is official. Shigeru Miyamoto has stated that he is overseeing the creation of a new Mario game for either the Wii or the Nintendo DS. As we already know, he is also working on a new Pikmin and Zelda game, so it seems only right to round out all three franchises with a new game. Miyamoto admits, ""Making these 'traditional' games is what I am best at." Don't expect these game for at least a year, though.
2008/07/24 10:13:48: Posted by DM
In case you have not been keeping up, Nintendo is in trouble again with a controller patent. A US judge has ruled that the Wii Classic Pad, the Wavebird, and the Gamecube pad cannot be sold in the US. The ban, though, has been put on hold while Nintendo appeals the decision, which is expected immediately. In the meantime, Nintendo has to put all profits from the sales of these accessories into an escrow account. A company called Anascape has won the 21 million dollar lawsuit for patent infringement, which covers six types of motion sensing simultaneously. Stay tuned.
2008/07/24 8:30:49: Posted by DM
Nintendo has totally changed its stance from when it called those concerned about Wii storage issues "geeks and Otaku," it seems. Now, Nintendo is urgently concerned about the Wii storage issue, and they are actively working on a solution. Just let us play downloaded items from the memory card!
2008/07/23 12:00:45: Posted by DM
Nintendo's announcement of the 1:1 WiiMotion Plus Wiimote add-on apparently took developers by surprise, according to GameInformer. The general feeling among developers seems to be one of "betrayal." A strong word to use, for sure, but they all said they had no advance notice of the device, and were as surprised as everyone when it was announced at E3. This means gamers will not see third party support for the device for at least 6-9 months, and any games currently in development have to be retro-fitted to support it, if need be. Sounds like more work for nothing, we would be a bit upset too.
2008/07/23 8:57:51: Posted by DM
More Wii news today. Nintendo has unveiled the Wii Photo Service. In conjunction with Fujifilm, Nintendo has added a feature to the Wii dashboard which will allow users to upload and print photos via the net. Users will be able to create individual prints, albums, and name cards that can even display a Mii! Nintendo is really capitalizing on the "whole family" aspect of the Wii. Wii points, unfortunately, cannot be used to purchase this service. The service is only available in Japan at the moment, but expect it in the US soon.
2008/07/23 8:41:06: Posted by DM
According to an interview with Sega's president, Kotaku caught him mentioning Resident Evil 5 for the Wii on video. Of course, rumor mill for now, as we think he may have just misspoke. It would be real cool, though, especially if it support WiiMotion Plus.
2008/07/22 9:06:20: Posted by DM
Satoru Iwata has admitted that Nintendo's friend code system for use on Wii Connect 24 could certainly be improved. Nintendo is currently working to come up with a better system, thankfully. In an interview with Gamedaily, he also admits that having restrictions makes him feel safer as a parent.
2008/07/21 14:27:56: Posted by DM
Capcom has (finally) officially announced the Dead Rising game for the Wii, called Dead Rising: Chop till you Drop. The game will hit retail stores this winter, click read more for the official info.


SAN MATEO, Calif. — July 21, 2008 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced that Dead Rising™: Chop Till You Drop is in development for the Wii™ home video game system. Based on the critically acclaimed Dead Rising™, which has sold in excess of one million units since its release in 2006, Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop is scheduled to hit store shelves this Winter.
2008/07/21 14:15:49: Posted by DM
Sega has announced a new original Sonic title for the Wii, Sonic and the Black Knight. The game will be an all-new adventure style game, part of the storybook series that began with Sonic and the Secret Rings, apparently. Click read more for the official info.


SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON (July 21, 2008) –SEGA of Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced Sonic™ and the Black Knight, an all-new Wii-exclusive adventure. Part of the storybook series of games that began with Sonic and the Secret Rings, this new title brings Sonic into the world of Arthurian legend and offers the worlds most infamous blue hedgehog the chance to become a knight. Using the unique Wii control system, this exciting game will take advantage of both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk to offer an interactive experience that any Sonic fans will love.
2008/07/20 17:35:55: Posted by DM
According to a classification request in Australia, a new Sonic game is apparently being published by Nintendo. No word on what exactly the game is, but some say the title has a resemblance to a Fire Emblem character. Do we smell crossover? Rumor mill for now.
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