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Famitsu review scores

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Princess on Ice (NDS, Arc System Works): 5 / 7 / 7 / 5 – (24/40)
Boku to Sim no Machi Kingdom (NDS, EA): 8 / 6 / 6 / 7 – (27/40)
Blazer Drive (NDS, Sega): 8 / 9 / 9 / 8 – (34/40)
Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! DS: Mafia Daishuugou Bongole Festival (NDS, Takara Tomy): 7 / 7 / 6 / 6 – (26/40)
Custom Battler Bomberman (NDS, Hudson): 7 / 7 / 7 / 6 – (27/40)
Drawn to Life: Kamisama no Marionette (NDS, Agatsuma Entertainment): 8 / 8 / 8 / 7 – (31/40)
Hajime no Ippo The Fighting! DS (NDS, ESP Software): 7 / 6 / 8 / 7 – (28/40)
Eiyuu Senki Leavadein (NDS, GungHo): 6 / 7 / 8 / 7 – (28/40)
Chou!! Nep League DS (NDS, Jaleco): 6 / 5 / 7 / 6 – (24/40)
Mori no Cafeteria DS: Oshare na Cafe Recipe (NDS, D3): 4 / 5 / 7 / 5 – (21/40)

LocoRoco 2 (PSP, Sony): 7 / 8 / 9 / 8 – (32/40)
428: Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de (Wii, Sega): 10 / 10 / 10 / 10 / – (40/40)
Cooking Mama 2: Taihen! Mama wa Ooisogashi!! (Wii, Taito): 8 / 8 / 7 / 6 – (29/40)

Saints Row 2 (PS3/Xbox 360, THQ): 9 / 8 / 9 / 9 – (35/40)
Real Rode (PS2, Kadokawa Shoten): 7 / 6 / 6 / 5 – (24/40)
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (PS2, Bandai Namco): 7 / 7 / 7 / 6 – (27/40)
Fallout 3 (Xbox 360, Bethesda): 10 / 10 / 9 / 9 – (38/40)

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Animal Boxing Debut trailer

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We’ve been posting snippets from the Nintendo Power interview with Eiji Aonuma over the past week or so, but there is one last significant response to be shared. When asked about the success and longevity of Ocarina of Time, Aonuma said, “I’m happy that a title I worked on some time ago remains highly praised to this day, but that also shows how none of the subsequent games in the series have surpassed it. As someone who is still working on the series, I have mixed feelings about that. Because I haven’t yet surpassed it, I can’t quit. Surprisingly, that simply motivation may be the reason I continue to work on the Zelda series.” As Aounuma explains, he will overseeing the Zelda series (alongside Miyamoto) for a longtime to come. Quite honestly, I can’t imagine a Zelda game without the two of them being involved in the game development, considering how much they have influenced the series.

SAN MATEO, Calif. — November 25, 2008 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, announced that Neopets® Puzzle Adventure shipped to retailers nationwide today for Nintendo DS™ and the Windows® PC platform. A perfect game for any member of the family this holiday, Neopets Puzzle Adventure combines the hugely popular virtual world of Neopets® with a variety of favorite puzzles based on the classic games of Reversi and Go. For Neopets fans, this game is the perfect extension of the world of Neopia® as players will be able to earn codes throughout the DS and PC game that connect back to the Neopets website.

In the fun and addictive game, players can either battle a friend or the enemy character to take control of the board by surrounding and flipping opponents tokens in their favor. Neopets Puzzle Adventure is rated E by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) and carries a suggested retail price of $29.99 for DS and the PC. For a sneak peak at the gameplay, Capcom has created a flash demo that brings players right into the game at http://www.capcom.com/neopets/ Fans can also demo the game on http://www.neopets.com/puzzleadventure

The DSi launched in Japan less than a month ago, but that isn’t stopping Square Enix from announcing a new DSi bundle. Last week the bundle was related to Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and today it’s for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time. No images of the bundle have been released yet, though you can expect the design to be similar to the typical DSi with an added Echoes of Time logo. The bundle will release for about $250 on January 29th.

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Monolith Soft revealed a plethora of details regarding future games. As could be surmised based on sales charts, Disaster: Day of Crisis has not sold very well at all. Nintendo producer Hitoshi Yamagami has stated that the game is “performing lower than expected.”

Still, even with less than stellar sales, Keiichi Ono, Monolith Soft director, isn’t ready to rule out a sequel, even if it were to appear on the DS. “…there were so many wonderful options [in the game]. We would like to see the possibility for them, if we have chance to develop the sequel…[The team] can consider [a DS version] if we have many requests.”

Last but not least, it was confirmed yet again today that Monolith Soft is indeed working on more titles for the Wii and surprisingly, the team is “willing to start developing Baten Kaitos.”

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Let’s Tap video

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REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The day after Thanksgiving might be known to holiday shoppers as “Black Friday,” but this year Nintendo is rewarding eager consumers with two brilliant splashes of color. On Nov. 28, Nintendo will release a duo of limited-edition Nintendo DS™ bundles, each pairing a Nintendo DS game title with a hand-held system in a bold new color. The Mario™ Red Nintendo DS bundle includes a red system emblazoned with a familiar M for Mario, and a copy of New Super Mario Bros™. The Ice Blue Nintendo DS comes with a custom carrying case and the popular Brain Age™: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day. Each bundle sells at an MSRP of $149.99.

Expected to rank high on holiday wish lists among first-time gamers and veteran players alike, the Mario Red and Ice Blue systems are the latest additions to Nintendo’s rich palette of distinctive Nintendo DS colors. As people across the nation make their way to malls and retailers for pre-holiday sales and events, shoppers are encouraged to act fast if they want to get their hands on these limited-edition bundles.