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I’m going to be completely honest and perhaps obvious here – There’s a pretty high chance that the new Metal Gear website that has opened has no relation to the Wii. When first looking at the logo, the immediate thought that pops into my mind is that this new game will be releasing on the 360, though we don’t know that for sure. The game could end up on the PS3, but I just don’t see it happening on Wii. Who knows though, miracles happen!

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Capcom:

Monster Hunter Tri – Wii

Konami:

Dracula Judgment – Wii

Koei:

Saihai no Yukue – DS

Square Enix:

Dragon Quest 9 – DS
KINGDOM HEARTS 358/2Days – DS
CHRONO TRIGGER – DS
Cid and Chocobo Fushigi Dungeon Tokiwasure no meikyu DS+ – DS
Chocobo and the magic picture book Majo to shojo to 5 nin no yuusya – DS
FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES ECHOES OF TIME – DS/Wii

Sega:

Phantasy Star 0 – DS
Bleach Versus Crusade – Wii
Let’s Tap – Wii

Takara Tomy:

Wii Naruto EX3
DS Katei Kyoushi games

Nintendo:

DSi
Animal Crossing City Folk – Wii

Hudson:

Hard Working People – Wii

Bandai Namco:

Tales of Heart – DS
One Piece unlimited Cruise 2 – Wii

Marvelous:

Arc Rise Fantasia – Wii
Katei Kyoushi Hitman Reborn kindan no yami no delta – Wii/PS2

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Red Fly Studio’s Mushroom Men Sprouts onto Store Shelves Today

MIDLOTHIAN, VA – December 4, 2008 – SouthPeak Games announced today that Red Fly Studio’s fantastic fungal adventure, Mushroom Men, is now shipping two distinct tales, Rise of the Fungi for Nintendo DS™ and The Spore Wars for Wii™. Gamers will have the chance to experience the entire story of these tiny warriors through both titles; while each game is completely stand-alone and does not require one to play the other, both offer players the full spectrum of the mushroom universe.

“Wrapping up Mushroom Men has been one of the most satisfying endeavors this studio has ever seen,” says Dan Borth, CEO of Red Fly Studio. “From the very inception of this original IP, we’ve been working around the clock to make it one of the most spectacular third-party platformers for Wii, and we really think we’ve nailed it.”

December 4, 2008 – Conspiracy Entertainment is pleased to announce the release of “Ski and Shoot” for the Nintendo Wii™ today. In this new title based on the fast-paced Nordic sport of Biathlon, players will be challenged in both single- and multiplayer modes in both championship league and single-round play. 15 levels across four venues will offer plays an exciting experience as they race through stunning winter landscapes while taking careful aim to hit as many targets as possible.

More information about “Ski and Shoot” is available at http://conspiracygames.com

A digital press kit is available at http://www.calico-media.com/conspiracy/ski_and_shoot

DSi 87,185
PSP 55,090
Wii 49,848
PS3 34,978
DS Lite 26,851
Xbox 360 11,423
PS2 5,628

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Ten Evasive Space videos

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-Art Style: ROTOHEX
-Bang!
-Pit Crew Panic!
-Strong Bad Episode 4: Dangeresque 3

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London, UK – 4th December 2008 Attention Citizens of Earth: commence panicking and prepare for the ultimate inter-galactic battle. Empire Interactive, a wholly owned subsidiary of Silverstar Holdings (NASDAQ: SSTR), today announced Martian Panic for Wii™ is currently under development. The Martian Invasion Force has targeted Earth for complete destruction and players will need more than manpower and firepower to avoid mission defeat. The Martian Mothership looms overhead, draining energy from the Earth’s core. Humans must save Earth from the extraterrestrial encounter before the Invasion Force vaporizes our planet. Martian Panic is due for release in the first half of 2009.

Graphically, Martian Panic is a 1950’s comic book come to life in a three-dimensional sci-fi game world,” said James Spice, VP Marketing, Empire Interactive. “Fans of all ages will appreciate the amazing visual details and the family-friendly, nonstop action.”

“Well, as far as if it’s going to be published in North America or not, right now we have no plan. We reviewed the game, and we decided that it was not the right game to bring to North America. We might change our mind…” – John Inadala, Tecmo’s U.S. VP

Last night, an XSEED representativ stated that Winds of Nostolgio would make it to North America. Tecmo won’t be localizing the title but perhaps XSEED or another third-party will pick it up.

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