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– Peer not sure why so many people are getting upset
– Peer wishes you could play New Super Mario Bros. Wii online, sort of lazy/not caring, people are defending it
– Wario Land: Shake It! ran in 4:3 and people were defending that as well
– People are accepting flaws because they are Nintendo
– Sam understands fans who are defending Nintendo
– Nintendo didn’t really upgrade much with Animal Crossing
– The podcast members still feel that Mario Bros. Wii is an amazing game
– Nintendo spends a lot of time making sure a level in Mario is great and making sure you’re not waiting
– Wii is a disc-based system, never notice anything is loading
– Craig thinks Nintendo is starting to get in the habit of rehashing old stuff
– Nintendo has reinvented their franchise in the past, so Peer says you have to forgive the podcast crew for being a little disappointed
– Peer thinks Galaxy 2 will be a safe sequel, which is fine, but if it happens 3 more times, then you start getting disappointed
– Peer wasn’t disappointed that Mario Bros. Wii was like the DS game or anything like that, it’s more about the lack of progress
– The way Nintendo envisions themselves, they don’t go to the same lengths as others do to impress people
– Craig thinks Nintendo will remove GameCube support from the next Wii
– Have to give Wii credit since it has changed video games, Nintendo has innovated in that regard

Wedbush Morgan:

Wii – 3,200,000
PS3 – 1,400,000
Xbox 360 – 1,350,000
PS2 – 350,000
PSP – 650,000
DS – 2,450,000

EEDAR

Wii – 3,000,000
PS3 – 1,450,000
Xbox 360 – 1,490,000
PS2 – 350,000
PSP – 350,000
DS – 2,800,000

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WiiWare

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – 301 blocks
Chronos Twins DX – 276 blocks
ShadowPlay – 191 blocks

VC

Shanghai II: Dragon’s Eye – 24 blocks

DSiWare

Word Searcher – 39 blocks
Jazzy Billiards – 30 blocks
Touch Solitaire – 5 blocks

Videos

Nintendo Week 1/11
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Info Video
New Super Mario Bros. Wii Challenge 3
Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll Gameplay Video 4
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Combat Teaser
No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Fresh Air Teaser
Foto Showdown Sister Video
Chronos Twins DX Info
ShadowPlay Info
The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces Video 2
Puzzler World Info Video
Fast Food Panic Info Video

Demos (Expire 1/17)

Disney The Princess and the Frog
James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game
Bakugan Battle Brawlers
Cooking Mama 3: Shop and Chop
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games – Alpine Skiing
James Patterson Women’s Mystery Club: Games of Passion
Naruto Shippuden: Ninja Destiny 2
Imagine Teacher: Class Trip

Infinite Space trailer

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Last week, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata stated that the next Zelda title for Wii will be released this year. While that still may be the case, don’t expect the title to ship until it’s perfect. That’s what Reggie Fils-Aime, President and COO of Nintendo of America, had to say about Zelda Wii when he was asked about it on the latest episode of Nintendo Week. You can watch the entire interview on the Nintendo Channel, but we’ve posted Fils-Aime’s remarks concerning Zelda Wii below.

“Right now, it’s still in development, but the key message that Mr. Miyamoto and Mr. Aonuma is telling us is that it really has to be perfect when it launches. That really is what the Zelda fan is expecting. So for all those Zelda fans out there right now, what I would say is, enjoy Spirit Tracks and know that the Zelda title for Wii will come out when it’s perfect.”

Jan 11, 2010 – Nintendo UK announces a breakthrough partnership with Change4Life, the national campaign run by the Department of Health, to support and encourage families in changing to a healthier, more active lifestyle.

Creators of the smash hit home and handheld consoles, Wii and Nintendo DS, Nintendo has led the way in creating a brand new genre of active video games, a phenomenon frequently termed ‘exer-gaming’, making them an ideal partner to talk to families across the UK and promote Change4Life’s ‘Up and About’ and ’60 Active Minutes’ messages.

Update: Strangely, the picture was replaced with the cover art for the upcoming issue. It’s possible that the image was not supposed to be seen yet, or it’s not an actual representation of the game. If need be, we may have to take down the shot included in this post.

In the upcoming issue of Nintendo Power, the magazine features an exclusive first look at NBA Jam for Wii, which was officially announced today. While much of the game is still shrouded in mystery, the eight-page article present in issue 251 will have some of the first gameplay details. The magazine should hit newsstands and mailboxes soon, but until then, you can take a look at the title’s logo and get a first look at how the game will look above.

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Available Same Week as the Highly Anticipated Film from 20th Century Fox

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan 11, 2010 – Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announced today the February 9, 2010 release of Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, the Nintendo DSTM video game based on Disney-Hyperion Books’ best-selling fantasy novel and highly anticipated film from 20th Century Fox. The video game is a tactical role playing game for Nintendo DSTM that puts players in command of Percy Jackson and his fellow demigods as they battle for survival in a world ruled by vengeful Greek gods.

Percy Jackson is the son of Poseidon, god of the sea, who is in great danger because of jealousy and fear of his powers and heritage. Players in Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief will adventure across America in search of Zeus’ master lightning bolt while assembling their best fighting team to go head-to-head against ruthless enemies. Joining Percy are his friends Annabeth and Grover, and plenty more allies each with his or her own “godly” abilities and battle advantages. Planning which team member to take into battle is key to survival – lots of opportunities exist in the game for different characters’ abilities to interact with one another, and for characters to boost each other’s effectiveness.