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“It’s a game about light and shadows…It’s sparkling.”

Suda went on to say that there were intentions of showing the title at E3. That didn’t happen though, for some reason or another. Again, this is a pretty small detail, but at least it’s something.



* New Super Mario Bros. Wii
* Wii Fit Plus
* Wii Sports Resort
* Sin and Punishment 2
* Endless Ocean 2
* Line Attack Heroes
* Span Smasher


* PictureBook Games: Pop-Up Pursuit
* You, Me & the Cubes
* Final Fantasy IV: The After Years
* Icarian: Kindred Spirits
* Sword & Soldiers
* Military Madness: Nectaris
* Cave Story

Nintendo DS:

* The Legendary Starfy
* The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
* Fossil Fighters
* Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box
* Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story
* Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
* Style Savvy
* Glory of Heracles
* Golden Sun DS
* Picross 3D

Nintendo DSiWare:

* Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!
* Flipnote Studio
* Animal Crossing Clock
* Animal Crossing Calculator
* Photo Clock
* Mario Clock
* Mario Calculator
* Six in One Translator (working title)
* Crash-Course Domo
* White-Water Domo
* Hard-Hat Domo
* Rock-n-Roll Domo
* Pro-Putt Domo

Metroid: Other M director Yoshio Sakamoto was asked about the longtime rumored Metroid Dread project. Here was his response, through his translator.

“He’s very familiar with that [game,]. No, this is different. The day may come when Dread hits the stores, but this one is something that’s completely different. This is other M.”

I would be interested in seeing Metroid Dread release one day. After hearing about Metroid: Other M, I suppose anything is possible

Name: Brave: A Warrior’s Tale
Publisher: Evolved Games (X360), SouthPeak Games (Wii)
Developer: Evolved Games
Platforms: Xbox 360, Wii
Genre: Platformer
Release Date: August 4, 2009
Multiplayer: No

Set in a fantastic world based upon the mythology of Native America, Brave: A Warrior’s Tale plays as a series of flashbacks in which a now elderly Brave describes the events of his life. Players take on the role of Courage and experience Brave’s legendary adventures first hand as they relive his story and play through all-new content that will make Courage a legend in his own right! Can Courage live up to his name and stop the evil Wendigo’s threat to their village?

Name: Roogoo Twisted Towers
Publisher: SouthPeak Games
Developer: SpiderMonk Entertainment
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Genre: Action, Puzzle
Release Date: Summer 2009
Multiplayer: 1-4

Save Planet Roo and all its citizens from the evil Meemoos by guiding differently shaped meteors that sustain and feed life to the planet. Rotate floating land masses to allow meteors to pass through safely. Use quick reflexes to navigate obstacles and complete the levels.

Roogoo Twisted Towers will bring the most content ever to a Roogoo title with new elements like puzzle boss fights, living environments, and full-game co-op play. Roogoo Twisted tower offers several new advanced gameplay mechanics and modifications. One example is levels in Roogoo Twisted Towers are played not only on a vertical axis but the horizontal axis as well. With the unique features of the Nintendo Wii, Roogoo Twisted Towers will be more out of control than ever!

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BIT.TRIP CORE (Aksys Games) – Summer 2009
And Yet It Moves (Broken Rules) – Fall 2009
Uno™ (Gameloft) – Summer 2009
Military Madness: Nectaris (Hudson Entertainment) – Summer 2009
Cave Story (Nicalis) – Summer 2009
Night Game (working title) (Nicalis) – Fall 2009
You, Me & the Cubes™ (Nintendo) – Summer 2009
PictureBook Games™ : Pop-Up Pursuit (Nintendo) – Summer 2009
Icarian: Kindred Spirits™ (Over the Top Games) – Summer 2009
Swords & Soldiers (Ronimo Games) – Summer 2009
Let’s CATCH™ (SEGA®) – Summer 2009
FINAL FANTASY® IV: THE AFTER YEARS™ (Square Enix, Inc.) – June 2009
Super Meat Boy (Team Meat) – Q1 2010
Tales of Monkey Island® (Telltale Games ) – Q3-Q4 2009

Last year, Reggie Fils-Aime stated the Zelda team was hard at work, creating a new game. Yet at yesterday’s conference, not even a trailer of the next title was shown. In spite of that, Miyamoto shared at a round table event last night that Zelda Wii is far in development. And again, it was said that there are hopes of bringing the game to consumers next year, though “it may take a little longer.”

“This illustration does contain elements that are central to the storyline and I hope it does prove to you we are quite far into the development of the title. I would like to say we hope to bring it to you next year. It may take a little longer.”