Posts Tagged ‘Wii’

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On my happy happy birthday Nintendo gave to me…an Ice White 3DS! Ok, it’s not Christmas but on November 3rd, there will be a new color for the Nintendo 3DS. This color will be Ice White and will be available for ¥15,000. It joins the other four colors of Aqua Blue, Cosmo Black, Flare Red, and that Misty Pink coming to a store near you on October 20. The white looks more like silver. Silver white. Must be the lighting. More »


Recently, Nintendo has received a great amount of sales in August. Back then in March, Nintendo just introduced the $250 3D-enabled handheld, and afterwards it became the $170 3D-enabled handheld in the US because it was first struggling. Soon after a while, the 3DS sold about 235,000 units during the month of August, making it the second-best-selling gaming hardware during the month. More »


The newest gameplay trailer for Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded comes to us from Japan and reveals some very interesting genre bending gameplay mechanics. Find out what new features await Mickey and friends in the latest chapter of the Kingdom Heart series. More »


Last week we got a look at some realistic Pokemon art. This week we have captured footage of Pokemon in the wild! More »


From Ziggytek: Probably just a case of new gadget hysteria, but Microsoft’s redesigned Xbox 360 is hot commodity. It was long overdue for a complete revamp. Sony came out with its cheaper to produce PS3 Slim eons ago, and aside from shrinking the graphics and CPU die on the Xbox motherboard, Microsoft had done nothing since now. More »


Trauma Team, a part of the Trauma Center series by Atlus, is a game for the Nintendo Wii that was released on May 18th. As you may have guessed from the title, the game is a medical simulator, that puts you in the shoes of six unique doctors, encompassing some very different fields of medicine. I managed to get my hands on a copy and have been playing it for the past couple of weeks. Keep reading for my review of the game. More »


Exploding Rabbit has managed to make the perfect platformer (Super Mario Bros.) even better by allowing you to play through the game as classic Nintendo characters in Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Each character retains their original attacks and abilities (Mega Man shoots, Link slashes) adding a new dimension to the gameplay. It’s a unique experience that every Mario fan should try out at least once. More »


DeviantARTist ~Leashe has blown my mind with her realistic interpretations of classic Pokemon. These aren’t your usual cute and cuddly Jigglypuffs and Ninetales. You’ll only find vicious Gyarados’ and mutated Mewtwos in this gallery. These Pokemon are definitely not for kids. More »


Cute collectibles are an easy way into any gamers heart. Make that cuteness edible and you’ll be selling them like hotcakes. Square-Enix knows this well and exploits our adoring hearts for all their worth. This time around the Final Fantasy developers have concocted a drinkable Slime in celebration of their Wii title Dragon Quest Monster Battle Victory. More »


MetaCritic reveals its midyear report on 2010’s best and worst reviewed games. Come check out the facts and figures below. You may be surprised with what you find. More »


With the current drought of AAA games this Summer we’ve put together a list of 3 games that are packed with enough content and replay value to get you through the release lull. More »


Developers working on the Nintendo 3DS claim that games could run smoother and look better if they opted out of 3D support. More »


Episode 003 of the GameTrailers’ newest myth busting show, Pop-Fiction, confirms that Master Hand is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. More »


Pokemon Black and White will be available to Japanese gamers on September 18. That’s nearly 4 months prior to the US’ Spring release date. Is is fair? Absolutely not. Can we do anything about it? Nothing, except drool over the gorgeous gameplay footage in its reveal trailer. Catch it below and enjoy! More »


To wrap up video game week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime demos Donkey Kong Country Returns and announces an official US release date for the Nintendo 3DS. More »


From Ziggytek: For a limited time, Dell is slashing prices by upwards of 30% on select products. Save 20% on a white core Nintendo Wii system for $159.99. More »


Ben Michales, a 6 year old boy from the UK, suffers from ambylopia, a deteriorating eye condition that would have eventually left him blind, that is until his doctor prescribed him with 2 hours a day of playing MarioKart on his Nintendo DS. More »


The last time we reported on Ninokuni it was exclusive to the Nintendo DS. Famitsu, Japan’s #1 gaming magazine is now reporting that the Level 5/ Studio Ghibli venture will be receiving a HD makeover and releasing on Sony’s Playstation 3. More »


From Girlybubble: Hello Kitty fans, Nintendo Wii gamers, brace yourselves. Sanrio recently announced that ‘Hello Kitty Seasons’ will be the first title release for Nintendo Wii this holiday season! It’s also pretty much the first Hello Kitty title to come to the Wii! More »


Japanese beatboxer, Hikakin, has released video of him performing a Super Mario themed music session. There are 5 classic Mario themes mixed in there, how many can you identify? More »


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