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As announced by Deep Silver, the games label of Koch Media, a leading producer and distributor of digital entertainment products, the company keen games in Frankfurt is developing the handheld and console versions of the Secret Files brand’s second installment, “Secret Files 2 – Puritas Cordis”. The production for the two popular Nintendo platforms is already underway.

“We are very happy to join Deep Silver once again in producing the second part of Secret Files for Wii and Nintendo DS. The games will be tailored to the platforms’ specialties, with puzzles and gameplay features developed specifically to achieve the ultimate in gaming fun with Wii Remote™ and the innovative Nintendo DS Touch Screen controls,” says René Lange, Producer at keen games.

Japanese software sales (9/22 – 9/28)

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01. [PS2] Super Robot Wars Z (Namco Bandai) 366,000 / NEW
02. [NDS] Pokemon Platinum (Nintendo) 195,000 / 1,474,000
03. [NDS] Rhythm Tengoku Gold (Nintendo) 65,000 / 852,000
04. [NDS] World Destruction (SEGA) 56,000 / NEW

05. [PS2] Kinikkuman (Namco Bandai) 35,000 / NEW
06. [NDS] Dragonball DS (Namco Bandai) 30,000 / 102,000
07. [PS3] X-Edge (Compilation Heart) 22,000 / NEW
08. [WII] Wii Fit (Nintendo) 21,000 / 2,684,000
09. [PS3] Aquanaut’s Holiday (SCEI) 18,000 / NEW
10. [WII] Disaster: Day of Crisis (Nintendo) 14,000 / NEW


Nintendo revealed at their fall press conference today that titles such as Pikmin and Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, previously GameCube titles, will be re-released for Wii. The games will be made so that old GameCube titles will now be playable on Wii. These games are part of the “Games You Can Play on Wii Selection” group of titles.

In a video-reel of Wii games at their annual fall press conference, Nintendo confirmed the existence of Punch-Out, Sin and Punishment 2, and Another Code. Additionally, as has been previously known, a new mothership Tales games will be heading to Wii. More news as it breaks.

Nintendo has announced that they are planning on enabling somewhat of SD card support to relieve storage problems on the Wii. It will be possible to download Wii software directly to an SD card, and Nintendo explains that it will be simple to copy software to and from the SD card or internal memory. The solution will apparently be available in Spring 2009.

Confirmed: Shop on the DS with DSi

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Nintendo has surprised the gaming community today with the announcement that not only can the DSi store applications on the system, but shopping will be allowed with Nintendo points. An internatl browser will be equipped as well. Games one has downloaded will be able to be taken with the user. Finally, it looks as though Wii points will be renamed, or somehow affected, as Nintendo officially introduces Nintendo points. 1000 free points when the DSi is purchased before March 2010, which can be used in the Nintendo DS Shop. Nintendo DS Ware can be downloaded for either 200, 500, 800, or even 0 points.