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Nintendo just showed off a few new minigames for Wii Sports Resort.

– Basketball
– Archery
– Skydiving

Wii Fit Plus confirmed

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At Nintendo’s E3 2009 press conference, Nintendo confirmed that Wii Fit Plus is in development.

– Enter lockeroom from main menu
– 6 new strength and yoga activities
– Keeps track of total calories you’ve burned
– 15 new balance games
– Coming in the fall
– Can buy it with balance board or without

New Mario game revealed

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Nintendo just announced a new Mario game at their E3 2009 press conference.

Called New Super Mario Bros. Wii!

– 1-4 players
– Pick up and carry other players
– Can play through single-player or multiplayer
– Switch over at any time
– New item: Propeller suit
– Screen can pan out
– Tally at the end – bonus points, ranking, etc.
– Playable at E3
– Launching holiday 2009

E3 Day 1 – Wii and DS Overview

Every year game developers from across the globe gather at what can be called the biggest video game convention in the world to showcase what they believe to be their top quality products. In past years this is where games like The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and the Sony Playstation 3 console were announced, and this year should be no different. With rumors circulating of new Mario’s or new Zelda’s among others, E3 2009 promises to be just as good, if not better, than previous outings.

An hour away!

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Well folks, the day has finally come! Nintendo will be showing off its latest games at their annual E3 conference, which is now only one hour away.

Make sure to stick with Nintendo Everything for the latest news from the show – We’ll post news as soon as it happens. Moreover, screenshots, fact sheets, press releases, trailers, videos, and any other Nintendo-related items will go live once they become available.

My last words of “encouragement:” Try not to hype yourselves up too much. If we don’t get Zelda or Kid Icarus at E3, there’s always Nintendo’s October conference…And next year! Also, remember that Miyamoto is hosting a roundtable event later today…So perhaps there could a few surprises there (or maybe not). Now cross your fingers and hope for the best. But things couldn’t be worse than last year anyway, right?!

You can make out some objects in these pictures that clearly have relation to Mario…So could this be the new Mario title that Nikkei was “teasing?”

There’s also one last area that doesn’t even have signs covered. What could be more secretive than a Mario game? Unless it’s Wii Fit Plus…


If kids and adults can only play 101 games this year… This is the one

IRVINE, CA – (JUNE 2, 2009) – Atlus U.S.A., Inc., your favorite family-friendly publisher, today announced that it has secured the North American publishing rights from European developer and publisher Nordcurrent for 101-in-1 Party Megamix™ for Wii™, a collection of one hundred and one family-friendly, addictive games all set in a variety of themes. Kids and adults who are racing fans, sports nuts, old school arcade gamers, action addicts, casual gamers, and fans of brain-teasing puzzles will find favorites to play solo or together in 101-in-1 Party Megamix!

Friends and family members will have boundless fun mastering games in three different modes: TV Guide, Zapping, and Marathon. Featuring eight differently-themed channels, TV Guide mode challenges players to beat high scores to unlock more games and earn bonus prizes to decorate their player profiles with. Zapping mode provides instant access to any currently unlocked game. Up to four players can join the party in Marathon mode where everyone plays five randomly selected games in a row and competes for the highest score! Players can take on the one hundred and one challenges alone to access every last game, or make it a family competition, and see who can unlock the most games. Up to four profiles can be saved per console so each player’s individual progress is maintained.

Thanks to Frog for the news tip!

“When you move, they move. Just like that.”

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 2, 2009 – Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today surprised everyone with the news that it has secured the North American publishing rights for Shiren the Wanderer™, the critically-acclaimed roguelike RPG for Wii™. As Shiren, a wandering adventurer with a penchant for exploration, monster-slaying, and item collection, you will trek across a beautiful and varied countryside with your companion, Koppa, a talking ferret. Randomly-generated areas, intense boss battles, extensive item customization, and a cast of intriguing and unpredictable characters translate into one of the most satisfying RPG experiences of the year.

Exceptionally reviewed by famed Japanese gaming publication Famitsu (9/9/8/9), this latest entry in the legendary series stands as one of the most addictive, highly rewarding, and endlessly replayable games available on Wii, not to mention the most accessible Shiren game yet.

EA Announces Second Installment in the New Line of Virtual Fitness Products
GUILDFORD, UK. – 2nd June, 2009 – EA SPORTS™, a label of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS), announced today that EA SPORTS Active™ has eclipsed 600,000 units sold through world-wide at retail in less than two weeks on the market. EA SPORTS Active, which hit stores on May 19th in North America and by May 22nd worldwide*, is a virtual fitness product developed exclusively for the Wii™ and offers the benefit of a personal trainer in a box with customizable workouts that can be done from the comfort of home.

“We’re delighted by the overwhelming response to EA SPORTS Active,” said Peter Moore, President, EA SPORTS. “This is, by far, the most successful launch of any Wii title in EA history, and even more encouraging is that our second week sales worldwide were as strong as our first week. Not only are we off to a great start at retail, but the feedback from people who are getting off the couch, breaking a sweat and using EA SPORTS Active to support living a healthier lifestyle, is that it is changing their lives.”

This image pretty much speaks for itself. Looks like Nintendo’s presence at E3 is already better than last year!