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With the Nintendo Channel launching today, an information video about WiiWare seems to have slipped a few games that will be releasing on WiiWare this coming Monday. The video shows clips of the following games:

– Dr. Mario Online RX
– Lost Winds
– Defend Your Castle
– Critter Round-Up
– Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

The channel also revealed that Dr. Mario will cost Wii owners a whopping 1000 Wii points. It is not known whether or not additional games will be available for launch, but it’s great to see a confirmation of Lost Winds appearing on day one.


DS Download Games

Brain Age 2 Demo
Flash Focus Demo
Crosswords DS – Crosswords Demo
Jam Sessions
Rayman Raving Rabids
Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends
Disney Friends
Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword

Well, I have a question for you guys who are interested – which series would you be interested seeing in 3D? I could still do Metroid if it is requested, but I thought that some of you may be excited to see something else. 3D is actually something I’ve started to find enjoyment in, so I am planning on making images on a fairly regular basis. Anyway, before I ramble on too long, let me know what you wish to see in the future by commenting, emailing, or any other way you feel is appropriate.

Wii homebrew channel video

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Jetix Puzzle Buzzle details

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– 4 game modes (bomb mode, versus mode, and survival mode announced)
– create combos
– bonus blocks for special powers


1(1) – Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)
2(2) – Super Mario Bros. (NES)
3(3) – River City Ransom (NES)
4(15) – Double Dragon (NES)
5(5) – Super Mario World (SNES)
6(4) – Mario Kart 64 (N64)
7(7) – Punch-Out!!! (NES)
8(8) – The Legend of Zelda (NES)
9(6) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)
10(9) – Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)
11(10) – Super Mario 64 (N64)
12(11) – Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
13(14) – Pac-Man (NES)
14(16) – Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
15(18) – Donky Kong (NES)
16(13) – Star Fox 64 (N64)
17(17) – Paper Mario (N64)
18(12) – Cruis’n USA (N64)
19(19) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
20(20) – Kirby’s Adventure (NES)

SAN FRANCISCO – May 6, 2008 – Today Ubisoft, one of the world’s largest video game publishers, announced that Protöthea(TM) will be available in May for WiiWare(TM) in North America – Protöthea is rated “E” for Everyone.

Protöthea, Ubisoft’s exclusive WiiWare launch window title, is a 3D top-down vertical scrolling shooter game putting players in complete control of a last-generation spaceship via the Wii Remote(TM) and Nunchuk(TM). The easy-to-play game introduces new concepts to a beloved classic game style while mixing genres and utilizing the full capabilities of the Wii(TM) system, from graphics to controls.

“Ubisoft is excited to bring Protöthea exclusively to the platform and we feel it’s a must-have WiiWare title,” shared James Regan, vice president of third party operations, Ubisoft. “Protöthea really reminds me of some of the best arcade games, with the Wii Remote as an added dimension. It’s just a flurry of fast-paced action that anyone can simply pick up and enjoy.”

The compelling storyline immerses players into an adventure where they will need to destroy an asteroid called “Maqno 01” and sabotage the plans of a political faction called “The Core.” Players will quickly jump right in and guide their ship through multiple missions on futuristic planets where enemy AI is dynamic and will change based on the player’s actions – so there are no predictable enemy paths, and therefore always a different game play experience. Players will have a wide range of eight different air-to-air weapons and two different air-to-ground bombs at their disposal, and can attack however they choose. In addition, there is a special power that decelerates time, allowing players to easily avoid enemy fire while they are able to move rapidly and attack enemies.


Nintendo Debuts Groundbreaking Fitness Program at Interactive Release Party and American Heart Association Fundraiser in NYC

WHAT: How will Wii Fit(TM) move you? Discover for yourself at New York’s Central Park Merchants’ Gate on May 19, as Nintendo hosts a spectacular all-day launch event for Wii Fit, the highly anticipated new program for the popular Wii(TM) home video game system that combines fun and fitness. The event doubles as a celebration of May as National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, putting all kinds of bodies — young and old, big and small — in motion with live demonstrations of Wii Fit and the new Wii Balance Board(TM).

For every attendee who “gets on board” for a Wii Fit demo, Nintendo will make a donation of $5 (up to $25,000 total) to the American Heart Association in support of its effort to help Americans live healthier. Expect crowds of people throughout the day, plus an appearance by celebrity trainer Ashley Borden.

Featuring more than 40 physical activities and the revolutionary Wii Balance Board, Wii Fit makes fitness fun for the entire household. Anyone can benefit from its mix of aerobic, yoga, strength training and balancing exercises. Following the phenomenal success of active-play titles such as Wii Sports(TM), Wii Fit gets everyone active and playing together.

WHO: Hundreds of parents, kids, fitness enthusiasts, American Heart Association supporters and consumers of all ages. Executives from Nintendo and the American Heart Association New York City volunteer leadership.

WHEN: Monday, May 19, 2008
Event: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WHERE: Central Park, Merchants’ Gate
Located at the intersection of Central Park West, Central Park South, Columbus Circle and Broadway in Manhattan

— Hundreds of consumers of all ages twisting and tilting their bodies atop the innovative Wii Balance Board

— Celebrity trainer Ashley Borden providing personal Wii Fit training session

— Wii Fit b-roll available

— Interviews will be available with Nintendo of America and American Heart Association New York City volunteer leadership, as well as celebrity trainer Ashley Borden

Source: Nintendo PR email

Hey folks,

To those of you who have subscribed to the Official Wii Newsie service, I would like to inform you that the email has been changed, as emails were unable to be sent through the Windows Live service.

The new email is:
[email protected]

Please update your Wii console to the new address if you wish to receive emails from the service.


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