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SEGA’s TGS lineup

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Wii

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Bleach Versus Crusade
The Arrangement of Haruhi Suzumiya
Sonic Unleashed
Samba de Amigo

Nintendo DS

Mystery Dungeon Shiren the Wanderer DS 2: Demon Castle in the Desert
Phantasy Star Zero
Infinite Space
Seventh Dragon
Shining Force Feather
Culdcept DS
Haruhi Suzumiya
Blazer Drive
World Destruction
Saka Tsuku DS Touch and Direct
Kaite Oboeru Doragana

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Marriott and Nintendo Bring the Fun Back to Business Travel and Pilot New In-Room Entertainment Options for All Generations

BETHESDA, Md. & REDMOND, Wash.–The Wii™ experience is just beginning for Marriott and Renaissance guests, who can now choose from 20 games, including the popular Mario Kart™ Wii, Super Mario Galaxy™, and Wii Sports™ as well as the revolutionary fitness game, Wii Fit™. In a lodging industry first, Marriott International, Inc. is piloting a new specially built Wii hotel game system from Nintendo in select guest rooms and lounges. Wii systems are available at six Marriott and Renaissance properties:

New York Marriott Marquis
Renaissance New York Hotel Times Square
Boston Marriott Cambridge
Bethesda (Md.) Marriott Suites
Annapolis (Md.) Marriott Waterfront
JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, Phoenix (Lounge only)
Wii has been a hit with every age group. The intuitive, motion-sensitive controls of the Wii Remote™ controller make the games easy to play, whether alone or in groups, making it an excellent fit for hotels and their guests. With Wii Fit, guests can even burn calories while having fun, all in the comfort of their hotel rooms.

Bandai Namco’s TGS lineup

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Wii

Vidéo:

One Piece Unlimited Cruise : Episode 1
Pro Golfer Saru
Mojipittan

Démo:

The Sky Crawlers
Daikaiju Battle Colosseum
Happy Dance Collection
Family Ski 2
Fragile

Nintendo DS

Vidéo:

Dr Slump Arale-chan
Anpanman

Démo:

Dragon Ball : Origins
Tales of Hearts
Yes ! Pretty Cure 5 Gogo
Soul Eater
Tamagotchi

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Rumor has it that Nintendo will be announcing a new game based on an old franchise. The article also reports that the old franchise is something “that everyone is waiting for.” Kid Icarus and Punch-Out are two prominent possibilities. Both titles have been rumored to be in development. More news is expected at Nintendo’s upcoming conference in Japan.

LTD console sales – UK

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DS – 7.1 million
Wii – 3.6 million

PSP – 2.9 million
360 – 2.3 million
PS3 – 1.4 million

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YUKE’S Company of America To Bring Innovative Rhythm Racing Title To WiiWare

CHICAGO – Sept. 30, 2008

YUKE’S Company of America, the U.S. publishing arm of Japanese game developer YUKE’S Company Limited, today announced it will be publishing BPM Racing for WiiWare™. Set to turn heads out of the starting gate and turn up the volume on television sets, BPM Racing complements white knuckle racing with a pulsating, diverse electronic soundtrack for a complete visual and audio driving experience. Riders will be rewarded for staying in rhythm with increased speeds, handling, and score multipliers, even getting the opportunity to be the DJ by adding their own samples and effects to various soundtracks.

“The racing genre is ripe for a new, innovative direction and increasing the aural experience seemed like an obvious choice.” said Ken Koyama, Director of Business Development at YUKE’S Company of America. “BPM Racing will reinvent the relationship between a racing game and its soundtrack.”

BPM Racing isn’t the only title being driven onto WiiWare by YUKE’S Company of America. “We have several titles in addition to BPM currently planned for WiiWare,” added Ken. “The opportunity to be a part of Nintendo’s surge into the online market is very exciting.”
BPM Racing is scheduled for release in early 2009.

Konami’s TGS lineup

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 2009 (PS3, Xbox 360) Playable, Trailer
Metal Gear Solid 4 (PS3) Trailer, Stage Event
Metal Gear Online (PS3) Playable, Trailer, Stage Event
Genso Suikoden Tierkreis (DS) Playable, Trailer, Stage Event
Tongari Boushi to Mahou no 365 nichi (DS) Playable, Trailer
Castlevania Judgement (Wii) Playable, Trailer, Stage Event
Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (DS) Playable, Trailer, Stage Event

Silent Hill Homecoming (PS3, Xbox 360) Playable, Trailer
ChaoticEden (PC) Playable, Trailer

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Natsume’s Brand New IP Allows Girls To Experience the World of a Princess

Burlingame, Calif., September 30, 2008 – Natsume, a worldwide developer and publisher of family-oriented video games, announced today that Princess Debut for the Nintendo DS has officially shipped to retail for an MSRP of $29.99. Princess Debut continues Natsume’s commitment to publishing family-friendly interactive entertainment. Perfect for girls of all ages and skill levels, the rhythm and adventure title offers girls the chance to step into an enchanting world where they are the princess of a magical kingdom.

“Parents looking for an age-appropriate video game either right now or as a holiday gift this year need to look no farther than the DS section of their local video game store,” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume. “Princess Debut is the perfect addition to any family’s library of Nintendo DS titles. The game has a wonderful story, fun characters, and some of the most beautiful and fluid dancing ever seen in any game.”

It seems as though these days, any movie that can have a video game tied into it will be released. Twentieth Century Fox has appointed Gary Rosenfeld as the Senior Vice President of New Media Licensing. One of Rosenfeld’s new duties includes looking into possible movies that could be turned into games. And yup – Dragonball is one of the movies that will be considered.

“Rosenfeld will explore opportunities in the growing PC online game space and investigate new business models and partnerships in the console publishing area. A handful of Fox properties will make it to the top of his list as he begins this new endeavor, starting with the studio’s major upcoming film releases and television brands, including Avatar, Night at the Museum – The Battle Of The Smithsonian, Ice Age 3, Dragonball, The Simpsons and Family Guy.”