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The sceenshots are not direct-feed from the game and are scans from the latest Nintendo Power, so obviously the quality of the images aren’t at their best. However, before passing judgment, it’d be best to see the game in motion. I do admit though, the game looks decent considering the images are scanned.




– Graphics engine only 70% complete
– Cutscenes currently have no facial animation (yet)
– Dev team working to improve graphics and liveliness of the event scenes
– Voice cast to be announced next month
– Sprite team is focusing their efforts on DS, 3D team focusing on Wii and PSP


Top 5 game sales worldwide

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Nintendo Wii

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

1. Tales of Symphonia: Ratatosk no Kishi (Namco)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
4. The World of Golden Eggs: Nori Nori Rhythm Kei (AQ Interactive)
5. Super Mario Stadium: Family Baseball (Nintendo)

1. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Big Beach Sports (THQ)
4. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
5. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Sega)


North America:
1. Guitar Hero: On Tour (Activision)
2. Final Fantasy Tactics A2 (Square Enix)
3. Brain Age 2 (Nintendo)
4. Brain Age (Nintendo)
5. New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)

1. Daigasso! Band Brothers DX (Nintendo)
2. Derby Stallion DS (Enterbrain)
3. Higurashi no Nakukoru ni Kizuna: Dai-Ichi-Kan – Tatari — Limited Edition (Alchemist)
4. DS Bimoji Training (Nintendo)
5. Ookami to Koushinryou: Boku to Horo no Ichinen — Limited Edition (Media Works)

1. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training (Nintendo)
2. My Health Coach (Ubisoft)
3. 42 All-Time Classics (Nintendo)
4. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
5. More Brain Training (Nintendo)


ESRB updates

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Exit DS (DS) – E
Heavy Armor Brigade (DS) – E10+
Master of the Monster Lair (DS) – E10+
Strong Bad’s Cool Game For Attractive People: Homestar Ruiner (Wii) – T
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Wii) – T
Star Parodier (Wii) – E
Order Up! (Wii) – E

Looks like a North American release for Exit is confirmed.

First day sales in Japan

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– Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Wii): about 120k (about 170k)
– Derby Stallion DS (DS): about 120k
– Daigasso! Band Brothers DX (DS): about 70k (about 110k)

– Hisshou Pachinko Pachislot Series Vol. 12: CR Neon Genesis Evangelion -Shito Hutatabi- (PS2): about 30k (50-60k)
– Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Kizuna Vol. 1: Tatari (DS): about 22k (35-45k)
– Gundam Operation Troy (360): about 20k (30-40k)
– Ken to Mahou to Gakuen Mono (PSP): about 17k (about 25k)
– Sengoku Basara X (PS2): about 16k
– Bleach: The Third Phantom (DS): about 14k (about 40k)
– The King of Fighters ’98 Ultimate Match (PS2): about 13k (about 20k)
– Disgaea: The Prince of Dark World and Red Moon (DS): about 11k (about 35k)
– Battle Field: Bad Company (360): about 9k (about 15k)
– Our TV Game Exam (DS): about 8k (about 55k)



In the preview page for Nintendo Power, there is a sword and a text blurb to once again entice the Nintendo Power reader base. The writing states, “We’ll kick off the next 20 years of Nintendo Power with more big reveals including a top-secret cover story fit for a king. It’s got a lot of heart. Just kidding. It’s Mother 3. Just kidding. Please look forward to it.” E3 is just around the corner, so could this be a game related to an upcoming Nintendo announcement? Or, is the magazine set to reveal that a game will be coming stateside?

Mega Drive

– Super Fantasy Zone

Commodore 64

– Summer Games 2
– Cybernoid


– Pac-Attack


– King of the Monsters

Source: GamesPress


The past day or so has been a bit like a mini-E3 for Nintendo fans. We learned that we’ll be seeing a new Mega Man on WiiWare, a Castlevania fighting title, and now…The revival of Adventure Island. In a Hudson conference call yesterday, Takahashi Meijin revealed that a new Adventure Island game is in development and that it will “probably” end up on WiiWare. Unfortunately, specific details about the game were not discussed, although there is an encouraging sign about the game’s motion controls. The developers explained that they are not interested in forcing motion control – unlike many other developers – as forcing them would “change what the game is about.”

There were a few interesting tidbits from the conference call as well. Between Alien Crush, Blue Oasis, and Karaoke Joysound Wii, two out of the three will be localized for North America. Furthermore, Hudson is creating a “puzzle action;” there’s a chance the title may take advantage of the Wii balance board.



London, UK – June 26, 2008 – Today Ubisoft announced Prince of Persia: The Fallen King, exclusively for the Nintendo DS™ system. Developed by Ubisoft’s Casablanca studio, Prince of Persia: The Fallen King complements the highly anticipated version of Prince of Persia coming out this holiday on consoles & PC. Expanding the saga with an independent storyline, Prince of Persia: the Fallen King utilizes the unique stylus controls of the Nintendo DS™ system to deliver the extraordinary acrobatic and combat action that fans have come to expect from the Prince of Persia franchise. Prince of Persia: The Fallen King will be available at retailers nationwide for the 2008 holiday season.

About Prince of Persia: The Fallen King

Facing imminent danger, the Prince flees to a deserted kingdom that seemingly offers sanctuary. Already touched by the evil Corruption, a dark substance that physically contaminates the land and the skies, the kingdom is filled with adventure, challenge and intrigue. As the Prince seeks a way to fight the spreading Corruption destroying the land, he encounters a partially infected creature that promises salvation. But is the creature truly an ally or merely an enemy in disguise? It seems this perilous alliance may be the only way for the Prince to face the forces of darkness and save the Persian kingdom from the Corruption once and for all.

Game features include:

  • The award-winning Prince of Persia franchise, built exclusively for Nintendo DS: Use the DS stylus to master the acrobatics, strategy and fighting tactics of the most agile warrior of all time.
  • The epic journey continues in an all-new adventure: Immerse yourself in the captivating Prince of Persia universe with an original and independent story that closely coincides with the action of the console & PC editions of the game.
  • Unique visual style: Brand-new art design delivers incredible environments in over 50+ maps. Explore deserted cities, dark labyrinths and forbidding jungles to battle the evil Corruption.
  • Play as the all-new character: the Magus: Switch between the Prince and this mysterious new ally to fight, solve puzzles and utilize his magical powers to make your way through the corrupted land.

Source: GamesPress