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These days, it’s not too surprising when another accomplishment is reported. Nonetheless, it is worth mentioning that the Wii managed to reach yet another milestone in Japan. According to Enterbrain, the Wii has sold over seven million Wii units in the country. Well, 7,024,239 to be exact. This is definitely something to be proud of if you work for Nintendo, but at the same time, Wii sales are beginning to slow down a bit. However, with upcoming titles such as Wii Sports Resort, it isn’t likely that sales will drop dramatically.

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New Cursed Mountain trailer

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This isn’t the first time that Greenpeace has had an issue with Nintendo. Today, Greenpeace has strongly criticized Nintendo for their “incredibly poor standard of communication.”

“Nintendo are not engaging at all,” said Iza Kruszewska, toxics campaigner for Greenpeace. “I have spoken to Nintendo’s sales people in the UK, and even they admit that Nintendo isn’t communicating enough, not just externally but internally, apparently…We’re in continuous dialogue with all the companies we speak to, apart from Nintendo. I’ve never been able to get an answer from them aside from a couple of marketing people in the UK who have been trying to forward the messages to global headquarters in Japan, but we get no response from Nintendo. The company has an incredibly poor standard of communication regarding this issue.”

And of course, Greenpeace still does not believe Nintendo is environmentally friendly, either. Kruszewska added, “What really struck me was Nintendo’s response when we asked them about this. They said that their products don’t create waste because… people hang onto them! It’s a very inadequate response, and I’m surprised a serious company like Nintendo would even respond that way.”

VC

1 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3
2 (2) – Super Mario Bros.
3 (3) – Mega Man 3
4 (3) – Super Mario World
5 (5) – Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
6 (6) – Super Mario Bros. 2
7 (7) – Punch-Out!!
8 (8) – The Legend of Zelda
9 (12) – Pac-Man
10 (11) – Super Mario 64
11 (10) – Secret of Mana
12 (13) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
13 (14) – Sonic the Hedgehog
14 (15) – Mario Kart 64
15 (9) – Earthworm Jim
16 (16) – Donkey Kong Country
17 (17) – Donkey Kong
18 (N/A) – Tecmo Bowl
19 (19) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
20 (18) – Mega Man 2

WiiWare

1 (1) – World of Goo
2 (2) – Tetris Party
3 (4) – Brain Challenge
4 (3) – My Aquarium
5 (N) – Target Toss Pro: Bags
6 (15) – Strong Bad Episode 4 Dangeresque 3
7 (5) – Mega Man 9
8 (6) – Dr. Mario Online Rx
9 (7) – Defend your Castle
10 (8) – Midnight Bowling
11 (9) – The Incredible Maze
12 (10) – Bomberman Blast
13 (11) – My Pokemon Ranch
14 (13) – Wild West Guns
15 (12) – TV Show King
16 (16) – Pong Toss – Frat Party Games
17 (17) – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
18 (N) – Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam
19 (19) – LostWinds
20 (14) – Strong Bad Episode 3 Baddest of the Bands

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom video

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Suikoden: Tierkreis

FACT SHEET

Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
Platform: Nintendo DS
Release Date: March 2009
Genre: RPG
Players: 1

Brief Game Description

Suikoden: Tierkreis is the latest iteration of the popular RPG franchise that was introduced more than 12 years ago. Suikoden: Tierkreis follows the story of the 108 Stars of Destiny, a group of magical warriors, as they challenge the almighty One King, who intends to create chaos in the universe. As the player gathers the members of the 108 Stars of Destiny, the forces for good will stand up against evil in a battle that spans the near infinite parallel worlds of the Million World universe.

“We are using grey but the racetrack logo can be represented in a number of different colours. You’ll often see it in black, white, silver or grey…[The gray logo is benig used] for the time being…This has been the case [black logo for DS packaging, gray for Wii packaging) on both hardware formats since their releases.” – Nintendo statement

I prefer the red logo, simply because it’s a classic representation of Nintendo. What do you guys think?

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Famitsu review scores

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Princess on Ice (NDS, Arc System Works): 5 / 7 / 7 / 5 – (24/40)
Boku to Sim no Machi Kingdom (NDS, EA): 8 / 6 / 6 / 7 – (27/40)
Blazer Drive (NDS, Sega): 8 / 9 / 9 / 8 – (34/40)
Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! DS: Mafia Daishuugou Bongole Festival (NDS, Takara Tomy): 7 / 7 / 6 / 6 – (26/40)
Custom Battler Bomberman (NDS, Hudson): 7 / 7 / 7 / 6 – (27/40)
Drawn to Life: Kamisama no Marionette (NDS, Agatsuma Entertainment): 8 / 8 / 8 / 7 – (31/40)
Hajime no Ippo The Fighting! DS (NDS, ESP Software): 7 / 6 / 8 / 7 – (28/40)
Eiyuu Senki Leavadein (NDS, GungHo): 6 / 7 / 8 / 7 – (28/40)
Chou!! Nep League DS (NDS, Jaleco): 6 / 5 / 7 / 6 – (24/40)
Mori no Cafeteria DS: Oshare na Cafe Recipe (NDS, D3): 4 / 5 / 7 / 5 – (21/40)

LocoRoco 2 (PSP, Sony): 7 / 8 / 9 / 8 – (32/40)
428: Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de (Wii, Sega): 10 / 10 / 10 / 10 / – (40/40)
Cooking Mama 2: Taihen! Mama wa Ooisogashi!! (Wii, Taito): 8 / 8 / 7 / 6 – (29/40)

Saints Row 2 (PS3/Xbox 360, THQ): 9 / 8 / 9 / 9 – (35/40)
Real Rode (PS2, Kadokawa Shoten): 7 / 6 / 6 / 5 – (24/40)
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (PS2, Bandai Namco): 7 / 7 / 7 / 6 – (27/40)
Fallout 3 (Xbox 360, Bethesda): 10 / 10 / 9 / 9 – (38/40)

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Animal Boxing Debut trailer

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We’ve been posting snippets from the Nintendo Power interview with Eiji Aonuma over the past week or so, but there is one last significant response to be shared. When asked about the success and longevity of Ocarina of Time, Aonuma said, “I’m happy that a title I worked on some time ago remains highly praised to this day, but that also shows how none of the subsequent games in the series have surpassed it. As someone who is still working on the series, I have mixed feelings about that. Because I haven’t yet surpassed it, I can’t quit. Surprisingly, that simply motivation may be the reason I continue to work on the Zelda series.” As Aounuma explains, he will overseeing the Zelda series (alongside Miyamoto) for a longtime to come. Quite honestly, I can’t imagine a Zelda game without the two of them being involved in the game development, considering how much they have influenced the series.