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Publisher XSEED may be taking the cake for one of the better publishers for Nintendo platforms over the next year and a half. International publishing for No More Heroes 2 has been arranged. And, unlike the first No More Heroes title, it has been confirmed that Ubisoft will not be publishing No More Heroes: Desperate Struggle in North America. Rather, Marvelous and XSEED will co-publish the game. As far as Europe goes, Rising Star will be handling the game.

“We’ve made no announcements at this time [Monster Hunter 3 in North America]. The major MH announcement made for the West at TGS was that Freedom Unite was coming to the US next year.” – Christian Svensson, Corporate Officer/VP of Strategic Planning & Business Development

I just can’t imagine Capcom neglecting to bring Monster Hunter 3 to North America. Even though the following isn’t as big in NA as it is in Japan, a number of other Monster Hunter titles have reached its shores; so I don’t see why Capcom would neglect a release of the game in the states.

More TGS videos

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– Graphics appear “cleaner” than Monster Hunter: Frontier
– New motions of Water Dragon, new weapon motions, trap effects
– Can use traps underwater
– Underwater gauge is available in the TGS demo
– Monster List allows you to display details abut a monster
– You can capture a monster’s information if you use the pointer on the Wiimote (hit A as well, then move to the right corner of the screen)

Discipline: First trailer

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Back on Thursday, Marvelous Entertainment (Arc Rise Fantasia, Muramasa) revealed a WiiWare title they are developing: Discipline. There are only a few details that are known about the title, but the very strange trailer should give you a good idea about the game’s vibe.

Hoffman Estates, IL – October 10, 2008 – High Voltage Software, Inc., one of the world’s largest independent developers, today announced High Voltage Hot Rod Show, an intense new racing title scheduled for release on the WiiWare downloadable service later this Fall.

High Voltage Hot Rod Show requires players to master more than the basic racing skills to compete. A unique stunt system gives players multiple ways to build boost, which drastically increases a Hot Rod’s speed. If you get too greedy, you might crash and burn! The game utilizes the company’s proprietary Quantum 3 Game Engine technology, which provides graphical performance and game play not possible on other Wii titles.

Volume 2 of Nintendo President Satoru Iwata’s “Iwata Asks” series about Wii Music is now live. To read the transcript, log onto

Wii Music lets people turn their living rooms into fun concert halls and launches exclusively for the Wii™ console on Oct. 20. It aims to bring a deeper love and appreciation of music to everyone. Players can improvise jams on the fly with more than 60 instruments. Players simply select their instruments, and then move their Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk™ controllers as though they were playing the real thing. Wii Music transforms players’ movements into great music, even if you’ve never picked up an instrument before.

– New DS title
– Play as special agent Jonathan Weaver
– Weaver has a power to see the past
– Koichi Yamaguchi producer of the game
– full-motion video for its characters, realistic character depictions
– Use the D-pad to move Weaver around 3D locations
– Right side has the view from the present, left has the view from the past
– Click where the past and present don’t match up to trigger flashbacks (which provide you with clues)
– Scheduled to ship in Spring 2009