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Christian Svensson, Corporate Officer/VP of Strategic Planning & Business Development, has updated the status of the company’s to-be-announced E3 title once again. Believe it or not, Mr. Svensson was originally under the impression that a different game was going to be announced. But in actuality, the game is something that fans do not know about. Capcom is hoping that the title will be a surprise. Check out Mr. Svensson’s response below:

“Update… and apologies. The thing I thought was the other game we were announcing is in fact, not being announced at E3 (the plan changed, it’s being announced later). So that las game is not something you know anything about and hopefully, it will be a complete surprise. So I was wrong. You may resume speculation/your frenzy of excitement.”


Some new, some old…Now all in English.


DSiWare

1 (1) – Nintendo DSi Browser
2 (2) – Dr. Mario Express
3 (3) – Paper Airplane Chase
4 (4) – WarioWare: Snapped!
5 (11) – Art Style: PiCTOBiTS
6 (5) – Bird & Beans
7 (7) – Real Soccer 2009
8 (6) – Animal Crossing Clock
9 (8) – Animal Crossing Calculator
10 (9) – Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics
11 (10) – Master of Illusion Express: Deep Psyche
12 (N) – Photo Clock
13 (14) – Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face
14 (13) – Brain Age Express: Math
15 (12) – Art Style: AQUIA
16 (15) – Mixed Messages
17 (16) – Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games
18 (N) – American Popstar: Road to Celebrity

VC

1 (3) – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
2 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3
3 (2) – Super Mario Bros.
4 (5) – Punch-Out!!
5 (4) – Super Mario World
6 (7) – Super Punch-Out!!
7 (6) – Super Mario Bros. 2
8 (10) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
9 (9) – The Legend of Zelda
10 (8) – Super Mario 64
11 (11) – Pac-Man
12 (12) – Donkey Kong Country
13 (13) – Mario Kart 64
14 (14) – Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
15 (15) – Donkey Kong
16 (17) – Paper Mario
17 (16) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
18 (18) – Sonic the Hedgehog 2
19 (20) – Galaga
20 (19) – Excitebike

WiiWare

1 (1) – World of Goo
2 (2) – My Aquarium
3 (3) – Tetris Party
4 (4) – My Pokemon Ranch
5 (5) – Dr. Mario Online Rx
6 (6) – Defend Your Castle
7 (8) – Onslaught
8 (9) – Fun! Fun! Minigolf
9 (N) – Bubble Bobble Plus
10 (7) – CueSports – Pool Revolution
11 (11) – Brain Challenge
12 (12) – Bit.Trip Beat
13 (14) – Mega Man 9
14 (13) – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
15 (N/A) – Crystal Defenders R2
16 (N/A) – Silver Star Chess
17 (16) – Sandy Beach
18 (15) – Bomberman Blast
19 (18) – Wild West Guns
20 (17) – Target Toss Pro: Bags


Update: Make sure to read our latest post about Capcom’s game – Capcom’s Christian Svensson clears up some confusion.

Capcom has been teasing their fans for the past couple of days, releasing hints here and there regarding their secret E3 game. The company is at it once again today and has dropped off another hint.

“K, ‘nother hint: this franchise has never appeared on this hardware.”

That small blurb was released on Capcom’s official twitter page. Recently, people began to predict that the company’s title would be Monster Hunter 3. Technically, it’s still possible that the game is indeed Monster Hunter 3…But that depends on how you look at the statement above. I suppose we’ll have to wait until E3 to find out for sure.


Activision to showcase several of the most anticipated games of the year at E3

Santa Monica, CA – May 27, 2009 – Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) will debut a robust slate of new titles based on some of the largest video game franchises at the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 Expo) taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 2 – 4, 2009.

Headlining the slate is Infinity Ward’s highly anticipated sequel to Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare™, Modern Warfare® 2, which is expected to be one of the best-selling games of the year. Additionally, the company will debut its groundbreaking new DJ Hero™ game and rock-based title Guitar Hero® 5, both of which will once again transform the way consumers enjoy and engage with music by offering the largest array of contemporary artists ever featured in music-based games.


The latest edition of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu published sales numbers regarding the best selling full-priced titles of the year. As you would expect, this data accounts for all sales in 2009 thus far.

1) Mario & Luigi 3 (DS) – 593,708
2) Yakuza 3 (PS3) – 480,056
3) Resident Evil 5 (PS3) – 460,635
4) Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce (PSP) – 378,626
5) Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 (PSP) – 315,195
6) Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky (DS) – 283,049
7) Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (PSP) – 221,300
8) Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (PS2) – 220,497
9) Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (DS) – 217,248
10) Warriors Orochi Z (PS3) – 207,860
11) Star Ocean: The Last Hope (360) – 207,184
12) Super Robot Taisen K (DS) – 201,964
13) Monster Hunter G (Wii) – 196,196
14) New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (Wii) – 181,107

15) The Idolmaster SP (PSP) – 179,719
16) Devil Kings Battle Heroes (PSP) – 152,759
17) Mobile Suit Gundam: Senjo no Kizuna Portable (PSP) – 152,309
18) Dragon Ball Kai: Saiya-jin Raishuu (DS) – 144,035
19) Jikkyo Powerful Pro Baseball 2009 (PS2) – 134,895
20) 7th Dragon (DS) – 131,110
21) Rittai Picross (DS) – 130,109

22) Street Fighter IV (PS3) – 129,542
23) Demon’s Souls (PS3) – 121,322
23) Made in Ore (DS) – 114,310
25) Resident Evil 5 (360) – 110,773
26) Persona (PSP) – 109,225
27) Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor (DS) – 104,537
28) One Piece Unlimited Cruise Episode 2 (Wii) – 88,836
29) New Play Control! Pikmin 2 (Wii) – 82,114

30) Naruto: Narutimate Storm (PS3) – 81,257


EA announces E3 2009 lineup

Posted on 11 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in DS, News, Wii | 1 Comment

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., May 27, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today revealed the games it will present at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) June 2 – 4. The year’s lineup features blockbuster franchises, new intellectual property as well as ten titles for the Wii.

“This year at E3, we have an incredible slate of games for the Nintendo Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac and mobile devices,” said EA’s CEO John Riccitiello. “Our creative teams are developing some of the most innovative experiences on any platform. We couldn’t be more proud of the games we’re presenting this year.”