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01. [NDS] Professor Leyton and the Last Time Travel – 87,100 / 434,400
02. [PS2] Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World – 76,500 / 76,500
03. [WII] Animal Crossing: City Folk – 75,600 / 489,300
04. [NDS] Kirby Super Star Ultra – 60,200 / 535,000

05. [PS3] Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 – 42,400 / 210,800
06. [NDS] Wagamama Fashion: Girl’s Mode – 37,900 / 278,600
07. [NDS] Pokemon Platinum – 37,300 / 2,008,800
08. [WII] 428: Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de – 34,000 / 34,000

09. [360] Fallout 3 – 30,600 / 30,600
10. [NDS] Rhythm Heaven – 29,600 / 1,244,100

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SEGA ANNOUNCES UPCOMING U.S. RELEASE OF SANDS OF DESTRUCTION ON NINTENDO DS

Splendid visuals, fascinating characters and a high-powered battle system to be featured in the next epic Japanese RPG experience

SAN FRANCISCO (December 4, 2008) – SEGA® of America, Inc. announced today that the exclusive Nintendo DS™ title, Sands of Destruction™, will be releasing in North America. Critically acclaimed in Japan and gaining recognition through the television anime World Destruction: Sekai Bokumetsu no Rokuni™, gamers will experience an action-packed story featuring a unique range of characters, a gorgeous artistic atmosphere and an intense RPG battle system.

“We are very excited to bring this original RPG to the U.S.,” states Yoichi Shimosato, producer of Sands of Destruction. “Our very talented team is eager to showcase the unique world and gameplay experience of Sands of Destruction and they firmly believe we have created an RPG world that can be enjoyed by everyone.”

Mind Your Language poised to revolutionise language tuition on the go

PlayV, the UK-based publishing venture co-funded by V2.Play and Playlogic, has announced that its suite of language tuition titles for Nintendo DS will be released in February 2009. On the shelves from 13th February and with full accreditation from international language school Inlingua, Mind Your Language revolutionises language tuition by constructing a detailed and fun-filled adventure in which the player learns interactively through exploration and mini-games.

Mind Your Language puts players in the shoes of a user-customisable schoolchild at a language school. With versions for Spanish, French, German and Japanese, the game is arranged into four levels of increasing difficulty, with each language taught from the bottom-up. This elemental approach provides a full and complete understanding of written and vocal language to a standard beyond that possible with ‘parrot-fashion’ learning aids. As the player progresses, they amass a huge dictionary covering every facet of each language, and with each word represented in text and spoken aloud, Mind Your Language provides a remarkably accessible means of learning without resorting to phrase books or rote learning. Targeted predominantly at young learners, the inclusive and accessible nature of Mind Your Language’s approach makes it the ideal learning aid for students of any age, as well as providing an excellent method for parent/child co-operative learning.

Double update: Even more details on the game…

-official development started Jan. 2008
-concept started Oct. 2007
-2.5D Fighter
-Interactive Stages
-4 player versus
-Story Mode
-Battle Royal
-Tournament
-Winner Stays
-Loser Stays
-Practice
-Unlockable Characters
-Unlockable Stages
-Online aspects said to be better than Brawl implementation
-Each character is color coded with glowing effect to make 4-player battles easy to follow

“While this is a licensed game, it’s not tied to any movie or TV show…for this game to succeed on its own it needs to be a great game.” – Ubisoft producer

Update: More details about the game have been confirmed: Online play, confirmed to be for Wii, will be published by Ubisoft, set for a September 2009 release date.

A sneak peak in a gaming magazine has the first information on a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game. Although only a few details were shared, the blurb explains that the title will focus on fighting. Also, members of the Super Smash Bros. Brawl dev. team and former Team Ninja developers have been confirmed to be working on the project. The teaser doesn’t mention which system the game is being made for, though I am pretty sure they are referencing the Wii.

“To kick off our big 2009 preview special, we’ve got an exclusive sneak peak at a game that’s so early it hasn’t even been named yet! For now we’ll just call if TMNT. A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game is always worth at least a raised eyebrow (despite the, er, mixed results of the foursome’s last several titles), but when it’s a four-player fighting game made by some of the folks who worked on Super Smash Bros. Brawl and former members of Tecmo’s famed Team Ninja (who worked on the Ninja Gaiden and Dead of Alive series), then we’re looking at one of the most exciting stories of the new year.”

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The Conduit Awards trailer

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These days, it’s not too shocking when word gets out about the DS or Wii breaking a sales record considering the success both systems have experienced. This time, Nintendo’s handheld system has managed to break its own record for hardware sold in a week. According to data from ELSPA and ChartTrack, the DS sold the most for the week ending December 6th, which is more than any other console.

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– takes place two years after first Trace Memory title
– Ashley Robbins is the main character

More info past the break, but beware – most of them are spoilers

Latest EGM review scores

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The latest EGM review scores are as follows:

Animal Crossing: City Folk (Wii, Nintendo): C
Castlevania Judgement (Wii): D-
Skate It (Wii, EA): D

Prince of Persia (PS3/Xbox 360, Ubisoft): B+, B+, B
Tomb Raider Underworld (PS3/Xbox 360, Ubisoft): B, B, A-
007: Quantum of Solace (PS3/Xbox 360, Activision): C+
Legendary (PS3/Xbox 360, Atari): D
Sonic Unleashed (PS3/Xbox 360, Sega): C
Destroy all Humans: Path of the Furon (Xbox 360, THQ): D
Call of Duty: World at War (PS3/Xbox 360, Activision): B, B, B
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo: HD Remix (PS3/Xbox 360, Capcom): A+
Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe (PS3/Xbox 360, Midway): B-
NCAA Basketball 09 (PS3/Xbox 360, Electronic Arts): C+
Pro Evolution Soccer 09 (PS3/Xbox 360, Konami): B
Guitar Hero World Tour (PS3/Xbox 360, Activision): A-
Shawn White Snowboarding (PS3/Xbox 360, Ubisoft): D+
Resistance 2 (PS3, Sony): B+, B+, A
Left 4 Dead (Xbox 360, Valve): A-, A, A+
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (Xbox 360, EA): B
Kingdom Hearts RE: Chain of Memories (PS2, Square Enix): B-
Persona 4 (PS2, Atlus): A+, A, A
Luminous Arc 2 (NDS, Atlus): B-
Guitar Hero On Tour Decades (NDS, Activision): B-