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2008/06/24 16:28:34: Posted by DM
According to Eurogamer, the UK Nintendo Press Office has announced that Warioland: The Shake Dimension will be released for the Wii on September 26, at least in Europe. This should make for a nice back-to-school time, it comes along with a slew of other Wii games like Brothers in Arms and Manhunt 2, a few weeks prior.
2008/06/23 12:53:38: Posted by DM
The Wii version will apparently support the zapper gun peripheral in Call of Duty 5. Treyarch confirmed this to CVG today, when Senior Producer Noah Heller said that the Nintendo console version is being worked on by a separate, in-house team. That should make the Wii edition worth a separate buy, it sounds like!
2008/06/20 23:54:29: Posted by DM
In case you missed it, the new edition of Samba De Amigo on the Wii is coming along nicely, and IGN got the chance to go hands-on with the current build. In fact, IGN calles it "brilliant," which is high praise. The main concern was whether or not the game would actually work wel with the Wiimote, and a few months ago, it just wasn't. Well, things have changed apparently, and now it works incredibly well. What a difference a few months make huh?
2008/06/20 17:23:04: Posted by DM
According to Cube3D, Nibris, the developers of the mysterious Sadness game for Wii, are opening a new website next week. This website stands a good chance of being the new home base for Sadness, thus revealing most of the details. Hopefully this is true. Rumor mill for now.
2008/06/19 16:14:26: Posted by DM
Ubisoft has announced that they will launch a new Wii exclusive party-games genre under the "Play Zone" label. The first title on the schedule is called Sports Party, which is a collection of 9 sports mini-games that can be played head-to-head or co-op.

"With our new Play Zone party titles, the Wii gamers who like to spend time with friends and family will have fun with the Wii through innovative and involving mini-games," said Ubisoft's EMEA Marketing Director John Parkes.
2008/06/17 12:13:14: Posted by DM
Having ignited an uproar with his comment that only "geeks and otaku" were worried about storage space on the Wii, Nintendo's Laurent Fischer has now moved to reassure consumers that Nintendo is working on the Wii storage issue. Rumors of an external hard drive were put to rest by Fischer though, so that does not seem like the road Nintendo is taking. We would think all they have to do is enable the Wii to run right off the SD Card whatever VC/WiiWare/Channels the user has stored there, but we also know this could make for a huge issue in terms of piracy. Talking to GI, in his first real interview since the no-infamous comment, Fischer said:

"We definitely detect that they [gamers] are serious and we know there is an issue in this, so it's something that we're working on," he told GamesIndustry.biz.

That'll teach him to call us names, hey fellow geeks and otaku? Our SD cards are overflowing since we try almost everything out there. After all, it is our job here, remember?
2008/06/17 9:22:17: Posted by DM
Following those Forza 3 and other Xbox360 game info leaks, a Nintendo official has spoken up about the company's E3 plans. Speaking to GamePro, director of Nintendo public relations Marc Franklin said “We will be announcing several new titles that core gamers will be interested in around the time of E3." Also, in response to the criticism that Nintendo has recently been too focused on casual gamer, Franklin also said “The clear majority of people waiting in line outside retailers on Sunday mornings to buy their Wii consoles are core gamers.”
2008/06/17 1:54:14: Posted by DM
Well it seems the latest Nintendo Wii console update makes the "Twilight Hack" obsolete. People were using this exploit to run homebrew code on the system, and apparently Nintendo has had enough. The update also made it so you can now move your Miis into your Mii Parade. Rumor mill until we get a few more confirmations, but apparently, users are saying Freeloader is now useless. Check the link below for the image to read the message for yourself that the console gives before the update, and do not update if you run homebrew until this information is more widely understood and verified! There are reports of consoles becoming useless after the update.
2008/06/16 12:23:13: Posted by DM
Block Breaker and Cocoto Fishing Master are both heading to the Wiiware download section this week. They both sound ok, but you will have to check for yourself. Click read more for the full info.


This week's additions to the Wii™ Shop Channel will have players setting their sights on a wild variety of targets. From solid walls to wriggling fish to fierce samurai warriors, you'll face plenty of fresh and unusual challenges as you master these distinctive games, each featuring an inventive twist on a proven formula. You'll also notice the ongoing expansion of both WiiWare™ and Virtual Console™ offerings, bringing you the best of what's new along with classic titles that hold fond memories.
2008/06/16 9:09:30: Posted by DM
This week's Wii Virtual Console releases include a Sega classic, Alex Kidd. Next is the Commodore 64 classic Nebulus. Not great graphics, but then again, its C64. Click read more for the full info.


Head back to the 80’s this week as the SEGA MASTER SYSTEM classic, Alex Kidd in Miracle World™ hits Virtual Console. Take on the role of Alex Kidd in this bright and colourful platformer as you set off in search of your kidnapped brother, Egle. Pitted against monsters and the villainous henchmen of the notorious Janken the Great; run, swim and punch your way through 16 action-packed levels to see the safe return of your brother. Available to download now, get your hands on Alex Kidd in Miracle World™ today for 500 Wii Points.
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