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Considering the success behind Nintendo’s Balance Board game Wii Fit, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see a sequel – or some sort of improved version – release as well. Someone snapped a photo of a retailer listing in Amsterdam for Wii Fit Plus, which shows that the game would arrive in November. A bundle with the Balance Board would also be available. The listing additionally points to Wii MotionPlus coming in July in Europe, which is not the first time that similar speculation about the product has been heard. We’ll have to see how all of these rumors play out in the future.

For those who were unaware, Fate of Atlantis will be included in Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings.

Best Buy

Professor Layton and the Curious Village (DS) – $24.99
SmackDown vs. Raw 2009 (Wii) – $29.99
de Blob (Wii) – $29.99
LEGO Batman (Wii) – $39.99
Dream Day Wedding (DS) – $14.99
Carnival Games (DS) – $14.99
Scrabble (DS) – $19.99
Backyard Baseball (DS) – $19.99
Spore Creatures (DS) – $19.99
Lego Batman (DS) – $19.99
My Sims Party (DS) – $19.99
Phineas and Ferb (DS) – $24.99
Backyard Baseball (Wii) – $19.99
Neighborhood Games (Wii) – $19.99
Major League Baseball 2K9 (Wii) – $39.99
My Sims Party (Wii) – $29.99
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii) – $29.99
Ready 2 Rumble Revolution (Wii) – $29.99


Scrabble (DS) – $22
MySims Party (DS) – $22
SpongeBob Vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off (DS) – $19.99
Drawn To Life (DS) – $19.99


$10 off on the following DS titles:

– Cooking Mama 2
– Mario and Sonic at the Olympics Games
– Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
– Puzzle Quest: Galactrix
– Trackmania DS
– Imagine: Family Doctor
– My Baby Girl
– Tinkerbell
– Monsters vs. Aliens
– Littlest Pet Shop Gardin: Spring
– Discovery Kids: Dolphin Discovery
– Imagine: Cheerleader
– Transformers Animated: The Game
– Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force
– Backyard Baseball 2010
– Madagascar Escape 2 Africa
– Lego Batman
– Fashion Studio: Paris Collection
– SpongeBob Squarepants: The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off
– SpongeBob Squarepants: Drawn to Life
– SpongeBob Squarepants: Globs of Doom

7th Dragon screenshots

Posted on 10 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in DS, News | 3 Comments

Shanghai Wii (WiiWare) – 800 points
Puzzle Bobble Wii (WiiWare) – 800 points
Adventure Island (WiiWare) – 1000 points
Evasive Space (WiiWare) – 1000 points
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (VC) – 1200 points
Cosmo Gang The Puzzle (VC Arcade) – 800 points
Space Invaders (VC Arcade) – 500 points


“Hmm… I’m not sure what is closest to the door [Capcom’s next Wii game]. We have several that are close together. Might be one of the RE play it on wii titles…I can’t provide any more Darkside details at this time. The US versions of the Wiimakes should be the same as the Japanese…Of course [there are unannounced Wii projects].” – Christian Svensson, Corporate Officer/VP of Strategic Planning & Business Development

Well, looks like Wii owners can look forward to some more goodies this year. Zack & Wiki 2, anyone?!

“Firstly, it might sound a bit corny, but we don’t use the word “success” when we talk about Nintendo’s market position. It implies an end point, a place where we can sit back and rest on our past and assume we will continue to do well in the future. The reality is that we don’t want this journey to end.

In 2009, we will work hard to keep our momentum going by continuing to introduce new games and experiences. One thing that seemed to make a lot of people happy was Mr. Iwata’s announcement at the Game Developer’s Conference that Wii owners now have the ability to increase the system’s storage space. Now you can save your downloaded WiiWare and Virtual Console games onto an SD card and access them when you need them. Gamers have been asking for this feature, and we are happy to provide a solution that makes sense for everyone.