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We’re still going through the slow news blues of January, so I’ll post this video even though I’m sure 99% of you have seen it before. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy its beauty!

Dragon Quest X scan

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We’ve been in a Wii U news drought for a good seven to eight months now. Chances are we won’t be receiving new, official details about the console until GDC at the earliest. At least we do have some new bits that may tide you over until then!

The information below was collected from various online resumes:

– Ghost Recon Online will be called Ghost Recon Online Arcade
– LEGO City Stories could be a launch title
– Ubisoft Paris is working on a Wii U game, which is probably a Rabbids project
– Someone at THQ is creating a AAA game for Wii U, PS3, and 360; team isn’t specified; Darksiders II or Metro: Last Light are possible, but aren’t confirmed (could be something else entirely)

The most interesting find is that Ubisoft is developing an unannounced card title for Wii U. The news comes from Damien Bernard, a staffer involved with the Black Eyed Peas and Just Dance games. He has also worked on Driver: San Francisco.

Bernard’s LinkedIn profile lists the mystery project. He did confirm that it’s a “Wii U game which we adapted to the card game/board game format.”

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Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced new Smash Bros. games for Wii U and 3DS at E3 2011. This was an unprecedented announcement for the company. Never before have two Smash Bros. projects been developed concurrently, nor has any game in the series graced a handheld system.

Unfortunately, it sounds like it’ll take quite some time before either title is released.

Super Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai indicated in a Nintendo Power interview that he had not yet formed an official team to work on the games. He said that development “may take a while”.

Sakurai told the magazine:

“I can’t really say anything until things settle down with Kid Icarus… And a lot of it will depend on the team that I end up assembling for Smash Bros. It may take a while, but I think that your patience will be rewarded.”

This probably isn’t what Smash Bros. fans would like to hear, but it shouldn’t come as a surprise. Sakurai has previously stated that the sole purpose of revealing the Smash Bros. games last June was to assemble developers for the future.

Thanks to Sondossaan for providing us with this information!

New Dragon Quest X details

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Jump has a new update on Dragon Quest X in its latest issue. The magazine detailed story elements and has confirmed that the game will receive post-release DLC.

The new details are as follows:

– Dragon Quest X is story driven even though it’s an MMORPG
– One member of your party is considered the “story” leader online
– Game takes place within the story leader’s story
– There are numerous stories on the five continents
– Eltona: The land of the elves is facing destruction because due to the inability to carry out a particularly important ceremony.
– Ogleed: The king of a nation called Gartland is suffering from a mysterious illness.
– Pukuland: The land of the Pukuripo, normally a bright and cheerful place, is suffering from a severe case of missing children. The mysterious Pukuripo who wears a top hat the size of his body could be involved with the kidnapping.

Thanks to 4Him for the tip!

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Famitsu’s most-wanted games

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1. Dragon Quest X (Wii)
2. Dragon’s Dogma (PS3)
3. Monster Hunter 4 (3DS)
4. One Piece: Kaizoku Musou (PS3)
5. Persona 4: The Golden (Vita)
6. Fotokano: Picture Girlfriend (PSP)
7. Final Fantasy Versus XIII (PS3)
8. Animal Crossing (3DS)
9. Asura’s Wrath (PS3)
10. Tales of Innocence-R (Vita)
11. New Love Plus (3DS)
12. Resident Evil Revelations (3DS)
13. Shining Blade (PSP)
14. Kingdom Hearts 3D (3DS)
15. God Eater 2 (PSP)
16. The Last Guardian (PS3)
17. Binary Domain (PS3)
18. Armored Core V (PS3)
19. Metal Gear Rising Revengeance (PS3)
20. Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City (PS3)
21. Super Robot Wars OG 2 (PS3)
22. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (3DS)
23. Fantasy Life (3DS)
24. Tales of the Heroes: Twin Brave (PSP)
25. Yakuza: Black Panther 2 (PSP)

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More Wii U talk from Reggie

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Reggie once again seems to hint at some Wii U news before E3. Toward the end of the video, he said, “we’ll share more information between now and E3 and after E3.” Maybe we’ll receive some information during GDC?

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