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Devil Survivor video

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Experience Nintendo at a Mall Near You

Nintendo’s nationwide mall invasion continues in full force. Already thousands of people across the country have seen and experienced the wide variety of Wii™ games available for the holidays. And later this month, Nintendo will give weary mall shoppers a break with massages, a relaxing atmosphere and fun Nintendo DS™ games.

Since Oct. 31, malls nationwide have included a nine-screen Wii presence featuring game demos and interactive game play. The Wii area helps people get the scoop on all the cool Wii games for the holidays and beyond, including Wii Music™, Wii Sports™, Mario Kart™ Wii, Mario™ Super Sluggers, Wario Land™: Shake It! and Super Smash Bros.™ Brawl. The Wii experience will be available through Dec. 29 at the following malls:

Players Protect Nature, Rescue People and Help Pokémon in Need

REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 10, 2008 – The new Pokémon™ Ranger: Shadows of Almia action-adventure game for Nintendo DS™ launches today and lets players capture Pokémon in a fun, new way: by circling them on the touch screen with a “Capture Styler.” Capturing a Pokémon allows players to use its abilities to overcome various obstacles and challenges they face along the way. As the game progresses the stylus-controlled Capture Styler is upgraded with new abilities.

“The first Pokémon games launched in the United States more than 10 years ago, and new fans are created every day,” said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “To date, the Pokémon franchise has sold more than 60 million games in the United States. Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia gives fans new challenges and new adventures.”

Are you hungry? Think of this week’s Wii™ Shop Channel lineup as a lively menu that aims to satisfy every appetite. You’ll find a food-themed game to tempt your tummy, a challenging brain game to please your noggin and a classic sci-fi action title to fuel your imagination. Whatever the recipe, you’re sure to come back for seconds—and thirds, and fourths, and beyond.

Nintendo adds new and classic games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are:

PAL Capcom release dates

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– 12.11.08: Super Street Fighter II Turbo Pinball FX (Xbox 360)
– Winter 2008: Flock (Xbox 360, PS3)
– Winter 2008: Neopets Puzzle Adventure (Wii, NDS)
– February/March 2009: Street Fighter IV (Xbox 360, PS3)
– 13.03.09: Resident Evil 5 (Xbox 360, PS3)
– Winter 2009: Bionic Commando (Xbox 360, PS3)
– Winter 2009: Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop (Wii)
– Frühjahr 2009: Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP)
– TBA: Dark Void (Xbox 360, PS3)
– TBA: Age of Booty (Xbox 360, PS3)
– TBA: Capcom Puzzle World (PSP)
– TBA: Monster Hunter 3 (Wii)

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ATARI ANNOUNCES HEART-POUNTING PLATFORMER ‘THE CHASE: FELIX MEETS FELICITY’ FOR NINTENDO DS

Run, Dash and Rush Using the Stylus to Make Your Date in Atari’s Innovative Platformer

LYON, FRANCE – 10 November 2008 – Atari brings a fresh approach to platforming on Nintendo DS™ with The Chase: Felix Meets Felicity, the fast-paced game in which players navigate their way through bizarre obstructions, interruptions and mishaps, using the stylus to draw a path to the object of their affection. The Chase: Felix Meets Felicity is scheduled for release in February 2009 exclusively on Nintendo DS.

Join in the adrenaline rush by jumping in the shoes of Felix or Felicity to race across town in time to rendezvous. To make it unscathed, players need to deftly navigate a series of obstacle-laden environments without ever letting up the break-neck pace. Run, jump, dodge and slide through hectic scenarios while desperately trying to stay ahead of the clock and rainy weather. The pick-up-and-play gameplay makes ingenious use of the Nintendo DS stylus to draw platforms to climb and hop across, dodging difficult barriers and any cold-hearted misanthropes who get in the way.

Mart Racer full match video

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I was also just informed that the game will support a class control setup with the d-pad. Also, the game should be releasing pretty soon.

Wii to DS connectivity has been a largely underwhelming aspect of Nintendo’s two systems, as it has yet to be truly utilized. However, Personal Trainer: Walking, a new title which was recently made available in Japan, will attempt to change that by allowing users to transfer Mii characters between their Wii and DS.

A little unknown (for the most part) gem is DS connectivity that the Mii Channel already supports. By hitting the A, B, 1, and then 2 buttons, the the Wii will look for a nearby DS to connect to. This feature actually has been available on the channel for quite some time, but for some reason or another, has been more or less ignored. By pressing the sequence of buttons, Personal Trainer: Walking will then allow you to transfer Miis from your Wii to a DS. Pretty neat, huh?

Call of Duty: World at War videos

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Update: Online footage added