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2009/01/27 15:44:51: By DM
A new Wii channel that goes hand in hand with the Wii Fit software called the Body Check Channel will be launching in Japan soon. The new service is a joint venture between Nintendo, NEC, Panasonic, and Hitachi. Users will be able to submit their fitness data online and receive health advice via email. The service is currently only available to employees of the three non-Nintendo companies partnered in the deal. No indication of a North American or European launch of the service has been given.
2009/01/26 15:45:25: By DM
According to a report posted on IGN on Friday, THQ has plans to make more De Blob games for the Wii. This is not surprising considering De Blob has sold very well for the publisher worldwide. The game involves players using the Wiimote to bounce blobs covered in paint onto blank canvases to restore the color to various paintings. Sounds weird, but those type of simple, fun, games are what has propelled the Wii to top sales spot.
2009/01/26 10:39:37: By DM
There are only two games being released on the Wii Shop channel this week, one for each genre. The Virtual Console title is the classic Wonder Boy in Monster Land, a great platformer. The WiiWare game is called Niki Rock N' Ball, a game that apparently plays like the arcade games of old, where you simply defeat all enemies and reach the end of the stage. Click read more for the full info.


You'll find plenty of monsters in your midst this week, courtesy of the Wii™ Shop Channel. A brand new WiiWare™ game invites you to battle an army of deceptively cute creatures, while a classic Virtual Console™ release pits players against ferocious foes and fire-breathing dragons. Think you've got what it takes to defeat these outrageous beasts? Grab a Wii Remote™ controller and get busy.

2009/01/22 13:48:35: By DM
Nintendo has announced new Play Control versions of two of their more popular games for the Nintendo Wii. Pikmin, the Lemmings-esque puzzle-action game, has been totally reworked for use with the Wiimote and is now supports widescreen mode as well. Mario Power Tennis has been totally overhauled as well for use with the Wiimote, similar to the WiiSports tennis game. It even features different levels of control to accomdate different player skill levels. Click read more for the full info.


20th January 2009: Lateral thinkers and tennis fans alike will delight in NEW PLAY CONTROL! Pikmin and NEW PLAY CONTROL! Mario Power Tennis - two Nintendo classics originally released on Nintendo GameCube but now which have been reworked in widescreen for Wii’s NEW PLAY CONTROL!, a new series of games powered up to take advantage of the Wii’s unique control system!
2009/01/22 13:00:01: By DM
Apparently, the Spanish Nintendo Magazion, Nintendo Accion, has revealed that a new game will be revealed in the next issue. The image that went along with that revelation was a silhouette picture of Mario and Sonic shaking hands with a "Vs." in the middle. According to GoNintendo, the game will be Mario and Sonic at the Winter Olympics. Rumor mill for now, of course, but stay tuned.
2009/01/21 12:00:55: By DM
The Wii version of Rock Band 2 will be getting 6 new tracks for purchase via the Wii sales channel. The tracks are all master recordings, and include songs from Nine Inch Nails, Jimmy Buffett, and more. The price of each track is 200 Wii points, and they should be available very soon if they are not already. Click read more for the full info.

Cambridge, Mass. – January 20, 2009 - Harmonix and MTV Games announced today the addition of six new tracks to the Rock Band® Music Store catalog of downloadable content for Wii™ home videogame console from Nintendo. The line up includes “March of the Pigs” and “The Collector” from industrial rockers Nine Inch Nails, “I Fought the Law” from English punk rock band the Clash and “Rockaway Beach” from the infamous punk rock band Ramones. The offering also features two exclusive 2008 Rock Band re-recordings of “Margaritaville” and “Volcano” from singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett.
2009/01/21 10:29:15: By DM
Bplus has announced that their new WiiWare title, Rock N' Ball, will be available on the Nintendo Wii next week. The game will cost 500 Nintendo points, and it will be downloadable via the WiiWare store channel. The game is new interpretation of an arcade classic, apparently, click read more for the full info.

Bplus, independent software developer, today happily announces the release of its second WiiWare title Niki - Rock 'n' Ball this coming Monday, January 26th 2009, in North America on WiiWare™, for the irresistible price of only 500 WiiPoints™.
2009/01/16 13:54:57: By DM
SEGA's Madworld game for the Wii has been the center of controversy since it was announced. The black and white game style, along with the over the top violence and stark red blood graphics have made the game the number one candidate for being banned in certain countries. On top of that, the game is on the Wii platform, a console that generally features non-violent puzzle and younger-themed games. IGN has posted a hands-on of the title, and those who want to know if this game is all hype or actually good, check it out.

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