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“And if all goes to plan (and our sources haven’t played a mean trick on us), that hands-on coverage will be of Animal Crossing and Punch-Out!! Wii, aka Nintendo’s great hopes for 2008.”

Animal Crossing Wii

– Has been completed for awhile
– Not a MMO, but does use WFC heavily

Punch-Out!! Wii

– Use the balance board to dodge/weave
– Wiimote + nunchuck set up for the actual boxing (like Wii Sports boxing)

Capcom’s secret Wii project

“Sadly, we still can’t name the mystery game that has us more excited than any of the others on this page. Capcom promise to maul us into our graves should we spill the beans, despite the fact that by the time you’re reading this the game could well be announced. Needless to say, it’s worlds away from the fluffiness of Zack & Wiki…”

Band Bros. DX

“The much anticipated – at least by us – Band Bros. DX will be adding a touch of melody to Nintendo’s stand (the newly confirmed Western song list includes Ghostbusters, Daydream Believer, Gonna Fly Now, and WHAM!’s ear-punching festive ballad, Last Christmas,…)”

This news comes from the magazines E3 section. The way this is worded, it looks like Band Bros. DX will be localized and will appear at E3. It also seems that the game will be playable.

Top 5 game sales worldwide

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Nintendo Wii

North America:
1. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Rock Band Special Edition (EA Games)
4. Wii Play (Nintendo)
5. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)

Japan:
1. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Tales of Symphonia: Ratatosk no Kishi (Namco)
4. BioHazard 0 (Capcom)
5. Wii Sports (Nintendo)

UK:
1. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Big Beach Sports (THQ)
4. Wii Play (Nintendo)
5. Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock Bundle (Activision)

Nintendo DS

North America:
1. Guitar Hero: On Tour (Activision)
2. New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
3. Brain Age 2 (Nintendo)
4. Brain Age (Nintendo)
5. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)

Japan:
1. Daigasso! Band Brothers DX (Nintendo)
2. Derby Stallion DS (Enterbrain)
3. Hanayori Danshi: Koi Seyo Onago (Konami)
4. DS Bimoji Training (Nintendo)
5. Gakken Chuugokugo Sanmai DS (Gakken)

UK:
1. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training (Nintendo)
2. Lego Indiana Jones (LucasArts)
3. Scrabble Interactive: 2007 Edition (Ubisoft)
4. My Health Coach (Ubisoft)
5. 42 All-Time Classics (Nintendo)

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First day sales in Japan

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– Legendary Stafy: Confrontation! Daiiru Pirate Squad (NDS) 10,000
– Naruto Shippuden: Gathering Strongest Ninja Together Gekitotsu!! Naruto vs Sasuke (NDS) 3,500

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Once again, Nintendo has managed to shroud themselves in secrecy for this year’s E3, leaving us all to guess their plans. The latest issue of NGamer, however, promises that Disaster: Day of Crisis will be at E3. And playable. There has not been too much information on the game as of late, the most of which only reported a delay in the Japanese release date. Since then, no new launch date has been scheduled and Disaster seemed to be heading for the vaults. But, if Nintendo does indeed have Disaster playable, this game – in addition to the the possibilities of Kid Icarus, Animal Crossing, Pikmin 3, and perhaps a new Zelda title – Nintendo will have a great E3 showing.

Capcom
Mega Man 9 (WiiWare)
Neopets Puzzle Adventure (Wii & DS)
Spyborgs (Wii)

Codemasters
Dragonology (Wii & DS)
Wizardology (Wii & DS)

Crave Entertainment
Defendin’ de Penguin (Wii & DS)
Ford Racing Off Road (Wii)
King of Clubs Mini-Golf (Wii)
PBR: Out of the Chute (Wii)
Purr Pals (Wii)
Solitaire & Mahjong (Wii)

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Wii

– they believe that the Wii hasn’t been pushed to its limits yet
– Wii version will support everything that is in the other versions
– there is a secret concerning co-op play, which is to be revealed later
– CoD4 engine on Wii reconfirmed
– camera and controls are taking a top priority “For example, if you’re climbing on a hill, in a game, you’d have to adjust the point of view manually… but that’s not as in reality, where you would instinctively look a bit higher over your head. That’s the kind of adjustment we’ve obtained working on cameras on Wii version.”
– more fluid movements for shooting
– Zapper support reconfirmed – details unclear, but you’ll be doing typical Zapper stuff (aim off-screen to reload)
– Main game runs at 60FPS, online is 30FPS

DS

– online play
– combat system improved over last Call of Duty DS title
– DS touch-screen interactions “We can’t tell you anything, but let me tell you: it’s NOT just about cutting the right cable, turning off a device or a bomb… we want you to put your hands in the real war!.”

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About three days ago, the Official Nintendo Magazine for the UK wrote a blog post that seemed to include a near official confirmation of Animal Crossing Wii:

“Those of you who have read the new issue of Official Nintendo Magazine should already know that Animal Crossing Wii will be unveiled at the conference.”

However, it has been noticed that the post has been changed slightly:

“Of course everyone is hoping that Animal Crossing Wii will be there but what else would you like to see. What would be your dream line-up be?”

The modification either means that the change was made in order for fans not to be disappointed if Animal Crossing does not show up at E3, or as to not give away an early Nintendo secret – the latter of which seems highly probable at this point.

Tales of Hearts DS trailer

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PSP 56,439
DS Lite 47,455
Wii 44,525

PS3 14,359
PS2 11,768
Xbox 360 4,776

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