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Contrary to news posted in NGamer magazine, Skate It will feature balance board tricks available. IGN was able to take the game for a spin and posted some new media. Clearly, based on one of the images released by IGN, Skate It will indeed possess numerous balance board tricks.


SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jul 03, 2008 – Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) today announced Guitar Hero®: On Tour has sold in excess of 300,000 units in North America in the first seven days since its launch, making it the largest North American launch for the Nintendo DSTM in the company’s history by more than a factor of eight. In addition, Guitar Hero: On Tour’s performance ranks it as one of Activision’s top 5 best-selling launches of any title on any platform in the company’s history.

Guitar Hero: On Tour brings the popular Guitar Hero franchise to the handheld platforms for the first time delivering a unique gaming experience and challenging handheld gamers to prove their skills on the most diverse set list of master tracks ever offered in a Guitar Hero game.

“Guitar Hero is one of the most successful entertainment properties and continues to push the boundaries of innovation with Guitar Hero: On Tour,” said Mike Griffith, President and Chief Executive Officer, Activision Publishing, Inc. “The game’s breakthrough peripheral brings the Guitar Hero experience to the 41 million DS users in North America and Europe, where they can play anywhere, anytime.”

More Mega Man 9 details

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– There are doors marked Dr. L (Dr. Light) before each boss. This goes with Dr. Wily accusing Dr. Light of creating the evil robot masters
– Galaxy Man: use portals to travel through the level, enemies that split and multiply
– Plug Man: “disappearing block” puzzles
– Hornet Man: lots of bees
– Jewel Man: stand on swings and use momentum to make jumps
– Magma Man: lava, lava, lava
– Concrete Man: reminiscent of Guts Man
– Tornado Man: spinning platforms, mid-air leaps
– Splash Woman: Inafune designed this Robot Master, level features bubble puzzle reminiscent of Megan Man 5
– Dr. Light’s shop is included
– items to purchase: energy balancer, spike shoes, armor
– play as Mega Man without his helmet, if you want to
– Select screen and Menu screen feature music directly from Mega Man 2
– Select screen features options that are not allowed to be discussed until E3
– charged mega-buster and sliding not in the game, at this point. It is unclear if they will be in the final version.
– Rush Coil confirmed
– more to look forward to than the ‘regular game’. Menu screen holds other game options

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“Given that both titles continue to perform well, there are no plans for any more titles in the series.” – Dawn Paine, Nintendo UK Marketing Director

Brain Age was one of the first Touch Generations titles to release for the Nintendo DS, yet the game still sells at a respectable amount each week. The same goes with Brain Age 2. However, if there is an extreme demand for Brain Age titles, I’m sure the “franchise” could be resurrected in the future. For now, enjoy Dr. Kawashima’s glowing face!



TITLE: Mushroom Men – Rise of the Fungi
DEVELOPER: Red Fly Studio
GENRE: Action Adventure
RELEASE DATE: October 2008

An ichorous green meteor plummets through the Earth’s atmosphere, fracturing and showering the earth with glowing green space dust that affects all forms of life nearby. Some plant life – mushrooms and cacti – acquire sentience while, the meteor twists and mutates other life forms, transforming insects and animals into semi-intelligent, warlike communities.

The story of Mushroom Men is told in Acts, each Act occurring in a completely unique environment. Each version of the game (DS and Wii) tells different portions of the history of the Mushroom Men universe. The DS and Wii versions are completely different stories from one-another. The DS version, Mushroom Men – Rise of the Fungi, is the first release and shows the development of the Mushroom nations, starting very early in Mushroom Men history. The early days of the Mushroom Men were simpler times as the Mushroom Men were just learning to walk, communicate and interact with their world. As the Mushroom Men learn how their world works, they take the player with them, developing their skills, abilities and histories up to the start of the Spore Wars.

Mushroom Men – Rise of the Fungi throws gamers into the action at the point when the different Mushroom nations form, with each claiming a different part of the world as their exclusive territory. The Bolete Tribe and the Morels live in isolation and thrive for a time in peace and quiet. The Amanitas Empire considers themselves superior to the Bolete and the Morels and remains segregated from the other nations until they build forces strong enough to conquer everyone. The Mushroom Men face many threats in this hostile new world. Their size makes them targets for all manner of creatures: spiders, beetles, hornets, and other creatures that threaten to destroy their villages. The Amanitas therefore build their forces by consuming the prosperity of other groups. Raging territorial attacks lead to the terrible Spore Wars. The mysteries of the Mushrooms’ origins fade completely into myth, a riddle that promises great knowledge and power to the one who can find its answer…

1. [NDS] Derby Stallion DS – 148,000
2. [WII] Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World – 137,000
3. [NDS] Daigasso! Band Brothers DX – 120,000

4. [PS2] Shinseki Evangelion Pachislot Vol. 12 – 55,000
5. [NDS] Higurashi no Nakukoru ni Kizuna: Dai-Ichi-Kan – 55,000
6. [WII] Wii Fit – 34,000 / 2,292,000

7. [PS3] Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns of the Patriots – 34,000 / 566,000
8. [WII] Mario Kart Wii – 31,000 / 1,508,000
9. [WII] Super Mario Stadium Family Baseball – 31,000 / 89,000

10. [360] Gundam Operation Troy – 28,000



While some efforts from third-parties have reached for the stars, a large majority of third-party developed titles have been less than impressive. Capcom, however, has provided the Wii with ongoing, strong support and seems interested in continuing their pattern. Spyborgs is one of the latest titles that have been revealed by the company. The game did not receive a terribly warm reaction from the hardcore Wii crowd, though numerous Capcom representatives have expressed feelings of faith in the game. Based on recent words, Wii owners should begin to believe in Spyborgs too, as Spyborgs, according to Capcom’s Christian Svensson, will max out the Wii and will make the most out of the Wii’s power. Svensson explained,”Spyborgs will be that product. Wait and see.” Also, on a slightly different note, Svensson gave the unfortunate news that Spyborgs won’t have much of a presence at E3. “Captivate was the announcement with very little detail shared… it’ll lie low for a bit until we’re ready for a bigger reveal (similar to what we did with the Dark Void announcement last October with the bigger reveal at Captivate), so no E3 showing.”

Bristol, U.K., July 2nd, 2008 – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced Marker Man Adventures for Nintendo DS™. Developed by Glyphic Entertainment, this unique game based on drawing and physics challenges players to maneuver the charming stick figure, Marker Man, through 150 scrolling world puzzles in his attempt to find his best friend, Doodle Dog.

Players use the Touch Screen and stylus to draw geometric shapes—including lines, circles, boxes, triangles and pivot points—to create simple machines that help Marker Man advance through levels from point A to point B. Gamers use logic and can collect power-ups to help solve intricate themed puzzles set in underwater, outer space and ice environments, among others. Three difficulty modes and hidden areas within each level present unique surprises throughout Marker Man’s quest to reunite with Doodle Dog.

Marker Man Adventures for Nintendo DS™ is expected to release in PAL territories in early 2009. For additional information about Majesco’s exciting line of products, please visit and

Doetinchem, July 2nd 2008 – Games Factory Online (GFO), producer and publisher of Entertainment and Serious Games, and Engine Software, game developer based in the Netherlands, today announce that they are currently in the process of developing Rummikub® for the Nintendo DS platform. The game is aimed to be released in Q4 of 2008.

Since the 1950s Rummikub® has been an immensely popular family game, played by millions of people all over the world, and being voted “Game of the Year” in over a dozen countries during its existence. Now, Engine Software and GFO are bringing the officially licensed version of the game to the Nintendo DS. Rummikub® for DS will be based on the classic version of the game, and like the original game it will be targeted at the 7+ audience.

Jurriaan van Rijswijk, General Manager at Games Factory Online said: “ When we acquired the official license for this game, we looked for a stable and experienced developer to turn the license into a succesful release for Nintendo DS. With Engine Software we found the ideal partner for this project, and we are quite excited about bringing this product to the market in the near future. “