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2009/03/09 11:24:50: By DM
Nintendo has two more titles for us this week on the Virtual Console and WiiWare channels. First, the Virtual Console brings us Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars. This is a platformer that originally debuted on the Sega Master System. On the WiiWare side, we have Gradius Rebirth, a new side-scrolling shooter in the style of, well, Gradius. Those shooter fans out there should instantly feel at home on this one. Click read more for the full info.

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Remember when Grandma used to mark your height on the wall every so often, just to see how fast you were growing? Well, if the Wii™ Shop Channel had its own growth chart, she'd be impressed at how the selection of great games keeps getting bigger and bigger each week. Take a look at the latest additions and you'll discover a pair of different yet equally engaging titles: a thrilled-packed WiiWare™ shooter and a classic SEGA adventure for the Virtual Console™. Thanks to this steady stream of new games, your own library ought to be growing up fast, too.
2009/03/05 15:00:21: By DM
Some images form an early version of Red Steel 2 for the Wii have been leaked from Ubisoft apparently. the screens and docs were taken from a 2007 early edition, some of which came from a fantasy-themed level, it seems. Some interesting stuff.
2009/03/05 13:45:19: By DM
According to a bit of sleuthing and speculation by GoNintendo, the Wii MotionPlus accessory should be released before EA Grand Slam Tennis is released on June 18. The rationale behind this is as follows. A Nintendo Power preview of Grand Slam Tennis released that the game uses the Wii MotionPlus peripheral. Well, the release date for Grand Slam Tennis is June 18, 2009. So, GoNintendo thinks it stands to reason that the add-on will be released previous to that. Sounds solid to us, but rumor mill for now.

2009/03/04 17:14:28: By DM
Majesco Entertainment has announced that they will be releasing A Boy and His Blob for the Nintendo Wii. The game was originally released on the NES, and was well received by gamers and critics. The 1989 game will be updated and set to the Wii's motion control scheme, and will see a retail release later this year. Click read more for the full info.

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BRISTOL, UK, March 4, 2009 – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced a boy and his blob for WiiTM. a boy and his blob first appeared on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and won numerous awards shortly after its debut in 1989. Developed by WayForward, acclaimed developers of Contra 4 and Shantae, the rebirth of this classic title expands upon the original platform adventure. Featuring groundbreaking hand drawn and painted animation technology, the all-new presentation provides a polished, cinematic feel.
2009/03/04 12:42:37: By DM
Nintendo revealed today that the new Punch Out!! game will not only feature Wii Motion Controls, but it will support the classic NES Punch Out!! control system as well. Sure, there will be most users out there who "box" with the Wiimote and Nunchuck, but there is a certain level of comfort knowing that the old school system is still in place, in case it gets too difficult punching in the air.
2009/03/02 18:03:30: By DM
Harmonix and MTV have announced the release of fourteen new tracks for Rock Band on the Nintendo Wii. The tracks include songs from Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmy Eat World, and even No Doubt. The cost will be $2.00 per track (200 Wii points). Click read more for the full info.

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Cambridge, Mass. – March 2, 2009 - Harmonix and MTV Games announced today the addition of fourteen tracks to the Rock Band® Music Store catalog of downloadable content for Wii™ home videogame console from Nintendo, including tracks from electric blues artists Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble as well as alternative bands Jimmy Eat World and No Doubt.
2009/03/02 12:02:22: By DM
Final Fantasy IV: The After Years will be making its way to the Nintendo Wii, according to the ESRB. A listing on the game ratings website has revealed that the sequel, originally announced and released on Japanese mobile phones, will now be gracing the Nintendo Console. The game is a sequel to the SNES classic Final Fantasy IV (duh), and is made in the 2D RPG style that we all know and love. We assume the game's graphics and control scheme will be updated to fit the Wii's hardware. If not, they might as well just offer the game on the WiiWare channel.
2009/03/02 11:50:39: By DM
EA has revealed to IGN that the new Dead Space Prequel on Wii, Dead Space Extraction, will not make use of the new Wii MotionPlus peripheral. Why any Wii game in the future would not utilize more precise motion controls is beyond us, but apparently only the EA Wii sports titles will be getting the MotionPlus treatment in 2009. The again, Dead Space Extraction is being called a "cursor based game." so may be more precise motion is not worth the extra programming time. We shall see.

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