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Sports Compilation Series Adds Wii MotionPlus Support

San Mateo, Calif. – April 9, 2010 – The hit DECA SPORTS franchise is back with DECA SPORTS 3 to stir up new fun on Wii™ in Fall 2010. Published by Hudson Entertainment, the North and South American subsidiary of HUDSON SOFT, DECA SPORTS 3 will introduce 10 completely new sporting events, with support for the Wii MotionPlus™ accessory.

“We’re creating another game that’s fun for the whole family,” said Mike Pepe, Director of Marketing at Hudson Entertainment. “Players who love a variety of sports will be amazed by what’s included this time around, from lacrosse to logging, as well as online multiplayer, a team editor, and Wii MotionPlus support.”

Solarobo screenshots

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Lost in Shadow trailer

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This information comes from Conduit 2 producer Josh Olson…

– About 30 suit upgrades
– Take on AI enemies in Team Invasion mode with 3 friends locally or online
– Q4 release
– Wii exclusive
– ASE used for exploration, will act like the visor in Metroid Prime
– “we’re not considering any melee weapons that would make use of its added fidelity.”
– Can shoot helmets/armor off enemies
– Regarding Animales de la Muerte: “We’re not quite ready to talk about Animales yet. Stay tuned.”


Xenoblade boxart

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Oops! screenshots

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This information comes from Shigeru Saito, President of TOSE…

“Last year the company’s got a loss. The profit has been reduced sharply due to the depression of the game market.
The software makers postponed or canceled projects made the volume of the sales been reduced almost by half.

The order of producing softwares for Nintendo’s Nintendo 3DS has been increasing.
Thanks to this contribution, the financial situation can be considerably recovered”

TOSE is a very competent developer. They’ve actually been working on games for over twenty years. Also, it should be noted that the company has much experience with Nintendo’s handhelds, including the DS. TOSE has created content for Square Enix, Capcom, and even Nintendo, so it’s no surprise that they’ve been asked to produce titles for the 3DS.

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Sports Fest screenshots

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