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Red Steel Multiplayer
Wii-Gamer.com News
Written by MasterLink   
Friday, 27 October 2006

Ubisoft -for a while now- had been saying that its first person shooter game for the upcoming Wii would have multiplayer capabilities. And now, the publisher has finally released some trailer of it in action. This sure looks awsome, as I would wonder would Ubisoft make it playable via Nintendo Wifi online. Anyhow, here is the tralier.

 

http://media.wii.ign.com/media/821/821973/vids_1.html

 
Nintendo Profits Up, Sony Profits Down
General Nintendo News
Written by Toadsworth   
Friday, 27 October 2006

Today, it was reported that Sony loss 94% in profits throughout quarter 2. Nintendo's profits, on the other hand, are up almost double to 72% in quarter 2. Most of this is due to the hugely popular handheld, Nintendo DS.

Last Updated ( Friday, 27 October 2006 )
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480p Capability now confirmed for the Wii for an additional $30.00
Wii-Gamer.com News
Written by MasterLink   
Monday, 23 October 2006

Nintendo has recently announce that the wii will have 480p  capability cable for the Wii at launch. They announced last month or so that the Wii will ship with composite cables for standard resolution televisions. Meaning, you can purchase them at launch. The cable will cost around $30.00 for people to buy. Also, if you purchased the conponent cables for the Gamcube, you will have to buy another one because they are not compatable with the Wii system. The cables will be available through retail stores such as Best buy, EBgames, GameStop etc. So now HDTV users will be able to run there Wiis on HDTVs in Progressive scan mode.

 
Nintendo DS Still Leading Charts
Nintendo DS News
Written by Toadsworth   
Monday, 23 October 2006

"Without this portable system, the video game industry growth overall would be nearly flat when compared with 2005..." says the NPD Group of Port Washington, New York.

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 October 2006 )
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Mortal Kombat coming to Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Wii_man22   
Wednesday, 02 August 2006

On Tuesday, Midway revealed that their latest installment in the Mortal Kombat series is coming to the Wii. It's called Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, and it will come out in the 1st quarter of next year. Armageddon, which is expected to release in October for the Xbox and PS2, will have over 60 characters as well as a "Create-A-Fighter" mode. Midway has also made more, "interactive" maps, with falling rocks and lava and spinning fans. It is uncertain how Midway will take advantage of the Wii remote.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 August 2006 )
 
Crash Bandicoot Wii "Rubbish"
Nintendo Wii News
Written by wii_man22   
Tuesday, 25 July 2006

Recently a rumor has been flying around that the PlayStation character Crash Bandicoot was coming to the Wii. This rumor has now been debunked by IGN's Matt Casamassina.

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UK Standby Law
Nintendo Wii News
Written by nintendofreak   
Tuesday, 25 July 2006

The British government has recently set plans in motion to outlaw the standby feature on all technology. The government said that eight percent of energy consumption was from the standby feature. There are mandatory redesigns to remove sleep functions from many devices on the market, including TV's, DVD players, and some consoles such as the PS2.

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Wii Remote Details
Nintendo Wii News
Written by wii_man22   
Thursday, 20 July 2006

Lately, Nintendo has not released much detail on the specifics of their newest console's controller, the Wii remote. However there has recently been some new info regarding the controller, including how it is powered and the purpose of the SYNCRO button.

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Wii Launch Titles
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Thursday, 22 June 2006
Nintendo Power has recently relesaed a list of confirmed Wii launch games. The list only includes six games at the minute, with at least fourteen more needed if Nintendo are going to live up to their claim that the Wii will have over twenty games available for it at launch. The most noticeable absentee from the list at the moment is Mario Galaxy, although Zelda: Twilight Princess is confirmed as a launch title.
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Take-Two on Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Tuesday, 13 June 2006

Developer Take-Two's CEO Paul Eibeler has announced that his company will be supporting the Nintendo Wii to try and regain some of their recent losses due to the staggered transition between generations of consoles.

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Bleach for Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Tuesday, 13 June 2006

In the latest edition of the Japanese magazine Dengeki SEGA have revealed their third title for the Wii, named Bleach, which will be based on a Japanese anime series. Bleach will be a fully 3D fighting game and will make full use of the Nintendo Wii's "Wii-remote" to add another dimension to the fighting genre.

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Sonic Wildfire site opens
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Thursday, 08 June 2006

SEGA Japan has just opened a teaser site for their upcoming game Sonic Wild Fire for the Nintendo Wii. The site contains a short video which dosen't actually contain any in-game footage but instead Sonic throwing the Wii remote repeatedly and saying "Finally, something interesting. HA! All right, let's do it!".

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 13 June 2006 )
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Pokemon Battle confirmed
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 07 June 2006

Satoru Iwata today confirmed that Pokemon Battle is in development for the Wii and will be released several months after Pokemon Diamond and Pearl (which both contain Wi-Fi capabilities).

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Wii creates personal profiles
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Monday, 05 June 2006

The Nintendo Wii will be able to create and store personal profiles for individual gamers, storing personal information and a caricature of the player. These will then be mapped into games, allowing players to actually play as themselves.

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Iwata talks Connect24
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Friday, 02 June 2006

Satoru Iwata has revealed some tasty details about the Wii's Connect24 service, which will allow the Wii to be connected to the internet even when it is switched off. Iwata told Tech-On! that the Wii would be able to download promotional DS demo's - amongst other things - overnight.

Last Updated ( Friday, 02 June 2006 )
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Mario Galaxy info
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 31 May 2006

In a recent interview with MTV news, Shigeru Miyamoto gave away some of the ideas behind the highly anticipated Super Mario Galaxy for the Nintendo Wii. SMG was shown for the first time at this years E3.

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Bill Gates on the Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Tuesday, 30 May 2006

Bill Gates has been chatting to MTV and his voiced his personal opinions on the Nintendo Wii. They are rather more negative than his employee Peter Moore ,who recently praised the Wii and told users to buy it rather than the PS3.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 May 2006 )
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Wii price revealed
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Thursday, 25 May 2006

Nintendo have revealed in a recent financial report that the Nintendo Wii will cost YEN 25,000 or less in Japan, which is about $250 and £150. This is much cheaper than the PS3, which is expected to cost around £425 in the UK.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 May 2006 )
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Lost on the Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Tuesday, 23 May 2006

You've all heard of it, most of you have seen it. None of you really have a clue what's going on in it. That's right,  the Lost licence has been acquired by Ubisoft who will be making a game of the hit TV show for the PC and "all major consoles", which is very likely to include the Wii.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 23 May 2006 )
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E3 hardware concerns
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Saturday, 20 May 2006

There have been pictures circulating the internet recently, apparently showing Nintendo supposedly Wii games actually being played on gamecubes hidden beneath the stands. Nintendo yesterday attempted to ease the fears of fans, with an interview in GameDaily.

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Bust-A-Move Revolution
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 17 May 2006

Majesco has announced that their game series Bust-A-Move will come to the Nintendo Wii under the name Bust-A-Move Revolution, obviously an old name that has stuck.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 May 2006 )
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Mega Man Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 17 May 2006

Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune discussed the future of the series on popular site Planet MegaMan. He told them that Mega Man would be most suitable for the Nintendo Wii, rather than the PS3.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 May 2006 )
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Western Wii Developers
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Monday, 15 May 2006

Video game market analyst Michael Pachter has gone on record saying that Ubisoft and SEGA will be two of the few big name Western deveopers who have had to fore-sight to benefit from the Nintendo Wii, should it perform well at the end of this year.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 31 May 2006 )
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AC film and Wii game
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Monday, 15 May 2006

Nintendo have confirmed that they will be releasing a Nintendo Wii version of their popular series Animal Crossing, although didn't give any specific details. It is extremely likely to be a Wi-Fi enabled game however.

Last Updated ( Monday, 15 May 2006 )
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MS and Sony back Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Sunday, 14 May 2006
It seems that both Sony and Microsoft are behind Nintendo, with representatives from both companies stating that people should buy the Wii.
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Wii Wi-fi
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Saturday, 13 May 2006

Nintendo have revealed that the Wii's Wi-Fi will use the same friend code system as the DS. This system requires players to type in their friends randomly generated 16-digit code to play them.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 13 May 2006 )
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Controller batteries
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Friday, 12 May 2006

Nintendo have revealed the Wii's controller will not contain re-chargeable batteries like the DS, instead running on standard AA batteries (lithium ion or alkaline). A controller with internally rechargeable batteries may be released later in the Wii's life, but at launch it would not be commerically viable to equip the Wii's controller with internally rechargable batteries like found in the DS or iPod.

Last Updated ( Friday, 12 May 2006 )
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Hudson's 100 VC games
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Friday, 12 May 2006

IGN have revealed that Hudson will be releasing 100 games on the Nintendo Wii's virtual console download service, spanning their history. That's a lot of games!

It's unclear whether this games will be available at launch or over the span of the Wii's life. Hudson also have their lawyers working on licensing third-party games. It isn't completely known yet if players will be able to download retro games that the developers have long forgotton about, so good luck to them.

We'll keep you up to date!

Last Updated ( Friday, 12 May 2006 )
 
Mario Galaxy not a launch title
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Thursday, 11 May 2006

In the same conference that Shigeru Miyamoto told us that Super Smash Brothers Brawl would not be a Wii launch game, he also admitted that Super Mario Galaxy could not make the launch date either.

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 11 May 2006 )
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Smash Bros Brawl
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Thursday, 11 May 2006

Nintendo have revealed in an after-hours E3 conference the latest in the Smash Bros series, Super Smash Brothers: Brawl. Four new characters were announced, Pit from Kid Icarus, Wario, Zero Suit Samus from Metroid and the biggest chock, Solid Snake from the Metal Gear Solid series.

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Havok onboard for Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006
Havok, the middleware solutions provider, have today announced they will supporting the Nintendo Wii. We have the compaines press release here.
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Trauma Centre Follow-Up
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006

Atlus have recently announced that the next game in the Trauma Center series will be for the Wii. The game is named Trauma Center: Second Opinion and is the sequel to the popular DS game Trauma Center:Under the Knife.

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Wii to surf with Opera
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006

Opera Software today said that the Nintendo Wii will allow users to surf the net using their Opera browser. Opera have already licenced a version of their browser for use on the DS, and now are now to make a version for the Wii.

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Resident Evil for Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006

Capcom has announced that the Nintendo Wii will be getting it's own Resident Evil exclusive, although didn't reveal any specific details about the game. It is also unclear whether the Wii will also get Resident Evil 5.

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Wii Games Info!
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Wednesday, 10 May 2006

Nintendo have released a load of info regarding games being released on the Wii that were announced in yesterdays conference, some we've never seen before. Here they are!

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Classic Controller for Wii
Nintendo Wii News
Written by Alex Terris   
Tuesday, 09 May 2006

The first image of the Wii's classic controller shell has been unveiled at Nintendo Of Japan's website.

 

 

The buttons on the controller are: 

  • a, b, X, Y, L, R, ZR and ZL buttons (the L and R buttons are analog)
  • Cross pad
  • L and R analog sticks
  • Minus (-)/Select button
  • Home button
  • Plus (+)/Start button

  • Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 May 2006 )
     
    Nintendo Conference Report!
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Tuesday, 09 May 2006

    After watching Nintendo's first conference at the start of E3, we have the full write up of the Wii news, which contains some incredible secrets about the Wii and it's games!

    Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 May 2006 )
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    E3: Sonic Wild Fire
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Tuesday, 09 May 2006

    SEGA have announced that Sonic Wild Fire will be released exclusively on the Wii, and is the first game in the Sonic series since 1991 to be a completely solo adventure for the blue spiky hedgehog.

    Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 May 2006 )
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    Buena Vista games
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Tuesday, 09 May 2006

    Buena Vista have announced two Disney games they are currently working on, both for the Wii:

    Disney's Meet The Robinsons
    "Disney's Meet the Robinsons, based on the upcoming Walt Disney Pictures animated film, is a time-traveling action/adventure game. Players will experience the adventure as Wilbur Robinson, helping him chase the dastardly Bowler Hat Guy and his diabolical robotic hat Doris through multiple timelines in an attempt to thwart their evil plans. The game weaves in and out of the film's plot, expanding the Robinson world and offering an all-new adventure. Wilbur will have ahost of gadgets at his disposal as he battles enemies and solves puzzles while pursuing Bowler Hat Guy and trying not to alter the future."

    Disney's Chicken Little: Ace in Action
    "Inspired by the "superhero movie within the movie" finale of Walt Disney Pictures' box office hit film "Chicken Little," Disney's Chicken Little: Ace in Action features Ace, the superhero alter ego ofChicken Little, and the Hollywood versions of his misfit band of friends: Runt, Abby and Fish-Out-of-Water. The crew of the intergalactic Battle Barn faces off against Foxy Loxy and her evil Amazonian sidekick, Goosey Loosey, who have an evil plan to take over Earth. Battle evil alien robots through multiple levels across the solar system and combat your foes in one of three distinct game play modes: Ace on foot as a soldier, Runt as the driver of an armoredtank, or Abby as the pilot of a spaceship. The original Chicken Little and his friends Abby, Runt and Fish we know from the film are featured in cut scenes throughout the game."

     
    Price, VC and details
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Tuesday, 09 May 2006

    The latest edition of Electronic Gaming Monthly has revealed details regarding the Wii's price, games and new controller functionability.

    According to the magazine, the Wii will cost $249, which is more than the original price of $200. The Wii will come with one controller and Virtual Console usage as standard, although no special bundles have been revealed yet.

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    Square Enix announces titles
    General Nintendo News
    Written by Toadsworth   
    Monday, 08 May 2006

    At Square Enix's E3 press confrence, they announced new titles for teir Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles and Dragon Quest series. Ring of Fates will release the Crystal Chronicles series on the DS and Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers and Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors will come to the Wii, instead.

    Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 May 2006 )
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    Wario comes to Wii
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Monday, 08 May 2006

    The Nintendo Wii's controller has mainly so far been showed off using small mini-games to demonstrate what it can do. With that said, I don't think the thought process behind bringing Wario Ware to the Wii was too difficult, as the game is made up of crazy min-games. The game was revealed in the latest issue of Time magazine, along with some more details of Twilight Princess and a Tennis game for the Wii.

     

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    Call of Duty 3
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Saturday, 06 May 2006

    Activision has recently confirmed that the third installment of it's war-game series Call of Duty will be coming to the Nintendo Wii. The game will also be released on the Xbox 360 and the PS3, and is scheduled for Autumn 2006.

    Activision offered the following info on the game tol IGN.com, "Through the eyes of four Allied soldiers, Call of Duty 3 brings players closer to the fury of combat as they fight through the Normandy Breakout, the harrowing offensive that liberated Paris and changed the fate of the world. Developed by Treyarch, Call of Duty 3 is the follow up to the #1 next-generation game and is scheduled for a 2006 release."

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    Wii Patent confirmed
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Friday, 05 May 2006
    The US patent office has recently updated it's records showing that contrary to wide-spread intenet rumours, the name "Wii" has been patented by Nintendo. The news is a crippling blow for conspiracy theorists who suspected that the name "Wii" is a smokescreen to build up media hype for Nintendo pre-E3, where the real name would be announced.
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    DS Lite Info
    Nintendo DS News
    Written by toadsworth   
    Thursday, 04 May 2006

    The release date for the remodeled DS has been anounced. Expect it to be on shelves on June 11th in America. The new version features many different features, such as users being able to adjust the backlight, and repositioned start and select buttons. The first color will be Polar White and the MSRP will be $129.99.

     

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    Rayman details and screens
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Thursday, 04 May 2006

    Ubisoft have released some details regarding their recently announced game for the Wii, Rayman Raving Rabbids. Many gameplay features have been disclosed, along with the news that the game will be ready in time for the Wii's launch.

    In Rayman's latest adventure, the world is taken over by out of control bunnies on the warpath. New features of the game include the ability to tame and ride wild animals such as sharks, eagles, rhinos, spiders and angelfish, as well as being able to choose Rayman's fashion sense.

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 May 2006 )
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    Ubisoft E3 Line-up
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Thursday, 04 May 2006

    Ubisoft have announced their E3 line-up games along with the respective platforms. The good news is that we will be seeing Rayman on the Wii.

    The line-up from Ubisoft's press release is:

    • Assassin's Creed (PS3)
    • Brothers In Arms Hell’s Highway (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
    • Dark Messiah of Might & Magic (PC)
    • Enchanted Arms (Xbox 360)
    • Open Season (DS, GBA, GameCube, PC, Xbox, Xbox 360, PSP)
    • Rayman Raving Rabbids (Wii, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360)
    • Red Steel (Wii)
    • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (GameCube, PS2, Xbox, Xbox 360, PC)
    • Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas (PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360)
    • Untitled Free Radical Design/Ubisoft Project (Platforms TBA)

     

    Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 May 2006 )
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    James Bond Licence
    General Nintendo News
    Written by toadsworth   
    Thursday, 04 May 2006

    Activision have acquired the exclusive James Bond licence until 2014. This will include movie and non-movie based games. Although James Bond games usually sell well and are popular, Electronic Arts (former owner of the license) still owns many other franchises, such as Batman and Harry Potter.

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 May 2006 )
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    3 Midway Wii games
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Wednesday, 03 May 2006
    Midway have recently revealed in a press release that they will be developing three games for the Nintendo Wii, named Blitz: The League, Happy Feet and The Ant Bully. All three titles are expected to be playable at this years E3.
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    Metal Slug Anthology
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Tuesday, 02 May 2006
    SNK have today announced that they will be bringing Metal Slug Anthology to the Nintendo Wii. Metal Slug Anthology isi the first game SNK have announced for the next-gen console previously known as the Revolution, and will make use of the Wii's motion-sensing controller.
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    Wii Controller Secrets
    Nintendo Wii Features
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Monday, 01 May 2006

    Ever since the announcement of the Wii's controller at the Tokyo game show in 2005, Nintendo have stated that there is still more secrets about it waiting to be revealed. The secrets have been very closely guarded, but we've recently seen two more come to light.

    Last Updated ( Monday, 01 May 2006 )
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    Raid over the River Details
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Sunday, 30 April 2006

    NIBRIS have released some details of their game Raid over the River which is in development specifically for the Nintendo Wii. NIBRIS have gone on record as saying that they will only develop games for the Nintendo, because the "philosophy and path chosen by the company suits us the best".

    Last Updated ( Monday, 01 May 2006 )
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    Wii Racing Game
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Saturday, 29 April 2006

    Nintendo vice-president of Marketing and Sales, Reggie Fils-Aime's has announced that Nintendo will release their own racing game on the Wii, which will be viewable at E3.

    "I'm going to give one little secret," Fils-Aime said. "Only one little secret, and hopefully I won't lose my job. We're going to show a racing game at E3 where you use the core controller in a very different way. That will answer all the questions to how you'll play a racing game."

    The racing game is the first first-party game to be confirmed at E3, although more are expected, including Metroid Prime 3 and a new Super Smash Brothers.

     
    Intriguing Sadness images
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Saturday, 29 April 2006

    Polish developer NIBRIS have released some intriguiing screenshots of their Revolution horror game Sadness. While it is unclrear exactly what the shots are of, we can confirm that they are not from the widely rumoured Sadness movie.

    Take a look in our gallery.

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    More Sadness details
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Friday, 28 April 2006

    Developer NIBRIS has announced more details of it's upcoming game for the Nintendo Wii named Sadness. The first point mentioned is that Sadness is in fact the games official name and not working title. Secondly, the game will take place pre-WW1 in a yet to be named Slavic country, and aims to be “only for adult players with strong nerves.”

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    Marvel on the Wii
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Friday, 28 April 2006
    Activision have announced that Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is going to be coming to all next-gen consoles including the Nintendo Wii. The game is an action RPG and will feature 140 well known characters with 20 that are playable such as Wolverine and Spiderman.

    "Marvel: Ultimate Alliance delivers a new twist on action/RPGs where players' actions and choices ultimately determine what happens to the Marvel universe," said Activision's Will Kassoy. "This coupled with the game's enormous character roster will deliver an action-packed experience that comic book fans have been waiting for."

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    Wii Gamer
    Wii-Gamer.com News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Thursday, 27 April 2006
    Following the announcement that Nintendo's next gen console previously codenamed the Revolution will be called "Wii", Nintendo Revolution Fan is moving to its new home at Wii-gamer.com.

    This site will close within a week and then we will solely use Wii-Gamer.com. All the data has been transferred apart from the forums which will be transferred in the near future.

    Look forward to seeing you all at the new domain!

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 April 2006 )
     
    Nintendo Wii!
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Thursday, 27 April 2006
    Nintendo have today announced the official name of their previously codenamed console the Revolution as the "Nintendo Wii!". Read the full press release inside!

    Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 April 2006 )
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    Madden Revolution
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Thursday, 27 April 2006
    EA have announced that they are working on a Nintendo Revolution version of their popular American-football series Madden. The game features an interesting sounding "gesture" system to control the play.

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    Konami game confirmed
    Nintendo Wii News
    Written by Alex Terris   
    Wednesday, 26 April 2006
    Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu has confirmed that Konami are developing a game named Elebits. The game, which is developed by the same team behind Guitar Hero, contains new franchise characters which the game is named after.

    Last Updated ( Wednesday, 26 April 2006 )
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    New site and forums for Wii gamer by Lange at Wed 18 Jul 15:20

    Hello everyone,
    Due to the mass bot infestation, and main site being hacked, I made a new site here www.freewebs.com/nintendowii-gamer the forums can be found there as well. So any existing members coming back here please go to the new site. Also with are lack of activity(for a long time lol) in the new forums I hope to get it going again as i've submitted the fourms to search engine services to get new members.

    Thanks everyone

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    Everybody Loves Wii by chad60 at Wed 13 Jun 00:16

    Definitely, Wii has become as the most popular and most sought after gaming console nowadays. It is different from the usual gaming equipment that we used to know of. Many factors were given as to the reason for resurgence of this most innovative games machine over a very short period of time. One is the cost which makes it even more affordable to those who are tight on budget. And the other are the games that went along with the product that requires a different method of playing them. It's a fun gaming machine and is the reason why it is very attractive to gamers and non-gamers of all ages.

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    by Link at Tue 22 May 23:20

    Both games look realy awsome. Im looking forward to SSBB more than MP3, but i still will get both.

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    Metroid Prime 3 release date by milo at Mon 21 May 11:04

    Metroid prime 3 is set for the 20th of august in the usa, much sooner than i expected. Hopefully this dosnt mean they are rushing it. What do you think.

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    Win a Wii - With FANTA by tomgman at Sun 13 May 02:45

    Hi i found this on digg.com and though i would just copy n paste for those who care

    Cola-Cola Great Britain and Nintendo UK both have a big surprise to their respective consumers. Beginning May 14 until July 2007, there will be a total of 182 million specially marked packs of Fanta, Sprite, and Dr. Pepper all around the nation. Purchase these drinks and you give yourself a chance to win Ultimate Wii Games Rooms.

    Ultimate Wii Games Rooms, just so you know, consists of a Nintendo Wii Console, Wii Sports game, Samsung 26" LCD TV, a mini fridge and a case each of 330ml Fanta, Sprite, and Dr Pepper. Do take note that all through out the promotion, ten of this will be given away - every day

    "This promotion marks the start of an exciting summer of activity for our Flavoured Sparkling Beverage brands. The brand aspires to be a credible part of our teen consumers worlds and will reinforce this positioning by giving consumers access to the ultimate Wii experience," remarked Fanta Senior Brand Manager Simon Pick. Nintendo UK's Ben Taylor likewise added:

    Wii is already the must have gadget of the year for people of all ages. This activity will re-enforce our message not just with with hardcore gamers but importantly will also reach everyone in the household including the mums and dads we also want to attract to our products.
    The promotion was conceptualized with the help of communications agency BD-NTWK. It'll be marketed all around UK including new 20" and 30" TV advertisements, online advertising, and extensive PR activity with a multi-million pound budget.

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