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BradyGames and Ignition Entertainment Announce Official Strategy Guide for Blue Dragon Plus

Blue Dragon Plus DS Secrets Revealed for the First Time Ever!

Glendale, CA, January 19, 2009 – BradyGames, the leading authority on videogame strategy guides, and Ignition Entertainment Ltd., a UTV Enterprise, a worldwide publisher and developer of videogames, have today announced they will publish the Blue Dragon Plus official strategy guide on February 24, 2009.

Available day and date with the game, the Blue Dragon Plus Official Strategy Guide offers an elaborate guide to content, both old and new. This impressive guide features a comprehensive walkthrough of the entire game along with area maps for all 22 rooms. Every available item and accessory are detailed, along with data tables for health, attack, enhancement items, and more! Complete coverage of The Mecha Plant, including tips on how to create Mecha robos and list of all Mecha pieces available. The Allies and Shadows section features bio info, leveling data, and Shadow skills for each of the 16 characters. Plus, strategies for all 30 side-quests and exhaustive bestiary for every enemy in the game are included. This guide is sure to help players get the most out of their game.

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Admittedly, there is a lack of hardcore games on the Wii. SEGA, however, will partially fix that with MadWorld, The Conduit, and House of the Dead: Overkill. In a recent interview, SEGA expressed sentiments that with the amount of family friendly titles on the Wii, there is an opportunity for hardcore gaming to expand on Nintendo’s system.

“There have been some good hardcore Wii titles. Resident Evil 4 has done reasonable numbers; Red Steel has also performed really well. But since then, many publishers have migrated towards the more mass-market family titles, so perhaps there hasn’t been the array or depth of hardcore titles on Wii.” – Sega Europe North MD Alan Pritchard

“More family friendly titles are being released on PlayStation and 360 as this is a growth area for these formats. Maybe with Wii there’s a reverse opportunity.” – UK sales director John Clark


Avanquest Software Publishing, a leading consumer software and games publisher, will launch Pass Your Driving Theory Test for Nintendo DS in March 2009. It is the essential interactive guide for those preparing to take their driving theory test. All 1265 official DSA questions are included for both cars and motorcycles, with users given the option to customise a revision schedule to fine tune their knowledge.

A theory test costs £30 and must be completed before driving students can take their practical examination. Almost 40% of those taking their theory test will fail*, which can result in having to reschedule a practical driving test. This in turn increases costs, wastes time and adds annoyance to an already stressful situation. For £19.99, Pass Your Driving Theory Test DS is a cost effective tool to ensure a first time pass.


Moto Racer is back! Moto Racer DS is the definitive motorbike racing game from Nobilis and Ascaron Entertainment. Due for release in April 2009 Moto Racer DS continues the successful series by delivering an incredible gaming experience on the portable Nintendo DS platform.

Racing fans take part in four exciting disciplines in a wide range of environments. Compete in single races, missions or against friends in multiplayer mode. Moto Racer DS also introduces the optional new and intuitive stylus control system with its unique Stylus Precision Handling (SPH).

Take a trip into the world of adrenaline pumping race action with the new Moto Racer DS game trailer available here:


The tree isn’t entirely complete and possesses a few errors, but one has to admit that the above image is pretty extensive!

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Jan. 19, 2009

Wii™ owners know all about the power of motion, and this week’s additions to the Wii Shop Channel deliver some cool new reasons to keep on moving. Race, jump and skid in a high-powered hot rod. Slide, shoot and score in a glide hockey showdown. Soar, swoop and battle in a futuristic armored fighter. With fun, invigorating games like these, the only thing you won’t be able to do is sit still.

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:

A few old, a few new details:

– Already complete, just polishing the game/looking for bugs
– Contains more lines of code than San Andreas, dev team is twice the size that worked on PS GTA gamed
– PDA shows minimap – very similar to GTAIV’s
– Can also access emails, main map, Ammu-nation from PDA
– Weapons chain now is an online store that delivers good to your safehouse
– Safehouse similar to previous GTA games – displays trophies/see online leaderboards
– Select weapons from PDA
– Grenades/Mototovs thrown by touching icon + dragging out in the direction you wish to aim
– There will be minigames including safe-cracking, stealing a parked car, paying bridge tolls, rooting through rubbish in red dumpsters (for weapon caches)