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Although it’s great to see new images of Spyborgs, the latest shots from CAPTIVATE 09 come with an added bonus. The first image completely confirms that Ace Attorney will be brought stateside. This follows the words of a Capcom representative, who recently told fans to “stay tuned” regarding Gyakuten Kenji localization news.

“There surely will be. I really can’t think of any reason why not, if everyone’s heated support continues. When it is said ‘Nomura will do III,’ I can’t say we haven’t thought of anything.” – Hasegawa-san

I can’t say I’m entirely surprised by this news. The question is, will Kingdom Hearts 3 end up on Wii?


I generally don’t post about charity events, but today is obviously a slow news day and this is for a good cause. NES games will be played from 12:30 PM to 8:30 PM PST for Child’s Play.

Thanks to Bridge C for the news tip!

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Are you short on cash? Do you have a bunch of stars on Europe’s Club Nintendo? Well then, for a measly 5,000 stars, you can receive the spectacular Wii title Little King’s Story. Go on, do yourself a favor!



* 24-Page art book featuring exclusive concept art and digital imagery sharing the creative process in bringing the world of The Conduit to life.
* The in-game “All Seeing Eye” (A.S.E.) Device featuring custom detailing and projected light. Allowing you to unlock puzzles and discover the secrets of The Conduit
* “Secret Agent” Multiplayer skin which helps you dominate your enemies in intense multiplayer battles.

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Posted on 11 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in DS, News | 2 Comments

Now this is a bit strange. Normally, when one purchases a DS, he/she would probably expect to find a handheld inside. But for one 16-year-old, that was not the case at all. When Jodi Wykle’s son opened up his new DS box, a pile of rocks and a Chinese newspaper were found.

Wykle bought the system at Wal-Mart, but the store would not refund give a refund. According to the store, the item had never been returned and said that Nintendo should be contacted. However, it was her son’s birthday, so the lady bought another system. Just to be sure that rocks were not in the new DS box, Wykle forced Wal-Mart to look inside before making a purchase.

Wykle reached out to Nintendo, though this was of course Wal-Mart’s problem. Fortunately, after national representatives were contacted, she was refunded for her initial purchase and was also given a $20 gift card.

Thanks for the news tip, Jake.