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“To my knowledge there’s no plans to bring 7th Dragon westward at this present time I’m afraid. But never say never.” – SEGA’s official Twitter

It’d be a shame if 7th Dragon never made it outside of Japan. Although the DS has a number of RPGs, I really like the style of the game. Hopefully it’ll release in other territories sometime in the future.

Small update for you guys regarding the status of Nintendo Everything. Our tech guy has been working over the past two days to change the way the site is presented. There are some modifications that you guys will be able to see upfront, such as how links are handled (old links will still work and redirect you to the correct page, by the way), but there are other benefits as well.

The site has experienced some technical difficulties over the past few days, although now I believe that we have corrected them. Because of our new caching system, the site should load faster and errors should be less of a problem. Of course, things are still being tested. However, you should notice an advancement from here on out. There are some behind-the-scenes changes as well (in relation to site speed/loading), and we’re continuing to work on a few things (in addition to the tests I mentioned), but just know that we are constantly trying to improve the experience you all have when you visit NE!

We posted a piece of information from this interview yesterday, but now you can check out the full version…


Game Informer review scores

Posted 13 years ago by in DS, News, Wii | 1 Comment

These scores come from the latest edition of Game Informer (December 2009/issue 200)…

Modern Warfare 2 (PS3/360) – 9.75
Borderlands (PS3/360) – 9.25/9.5
Left 4 Dead 2 (360/PC) – 9.5
DJ Hero (PS3/360/Wii/PS2) – 9, 8.75
GTA IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony (360) – 9.25
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising (PS3/360) – 7
Dragon Age: Origins (PS3/360) – 8
Tekken 6 (PS3/360) – 8.75
LEGO Rock Band (PS3/360/Wii) – 8
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues (PS3/360/Wii/PC) – 6.5
Tornado Outbreak (PS3/360/Wii) – 6.75

Demon’s Souls (PS3) – 9
Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time (PS3) – 9.25, 9.25
Risen (PC) – 8.5
Rabbids Go Home (Wii) – 7.5
Wii Fit Plus (Wii) – 8
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii) – 5.75

Half-Minute Hero (PSP) – 8
Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron (PSP) – 6.75

Even though Ocarina of Time is currently available in many different forms, some players have asked for there to be a remake of the title. A number of fans wish for there to be a portable version for the DS while others are more interested in playing the game on Wii. But how does Eiji Aonuma feel about remaking the game? Well, he addressed the possibility of remaking Ocarina – in addition to other games in the series – in a recent interview.

“Well, I sometimes hear such requests from people who want to play Ocarina of Time on Wii, they ask us to remake it and take advantage of Wii technology. Whenever we have to think about the remake, we have to also think about the background, especially what kind of situation, what kind of period and time that previous game was played in, because be it Ocarina of Time or any other games, whenever they say they want to have a remake on whichever platform, they have some emotional attachment from playing that game at that particular time or environment.

That sort of background is always there when they talk about or request the remake of a game. We cannot afford to destroy that kind of emotional attachment. Still, even if we are going to take advantage of the improved technology, we have to have some breakthrough in the gameplay. That combination is not an easy one. Whenever we talk about this breakthrough technology, we come up with ideas that we would like to incorporate into the new Zelda franchise. So that’s the current situation and that’s the reason why we are not very aggressive in exploring the possibility of remaking the past Zelda series. If I can think of how do it, or any other inspiration comes to me, without destroying the emotional attachment people have to the past game, and I can make some great innovation or renovation on the remake, then I might be able to think about it further.”


1 (1) – Flipnote Studio
2 (2) – Nintendo DSi Browser
3 (6) – Arcade Bowling
4 (N) – myNotebook: Blue
5 (3) – Bomberman Blitz
6 (8) – Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again!
7 (N) – Castle of Magic
8 (5) – Crash-Course Domo
9 (9) – MySims Camera
10 (4) – Electroplankton Hanenbow
11 (7) – Battle of Giants: Dragons – Bronze Edition
12 (N/A) – Robot Rescue
13 (11) – Rock-n-Roll Domo
14 (14) – Guitar Rock Tour
15 (10) – Electroplankton Beatnes
16 (17) – Paper Airplane Chase
17 (N/A) – Asphalt 4: Elite Racing
18 (12) – Electroplankton Nanocarp
19 (15) – Sudoku
20 (18) – Dragon Quest Wars


1 (1) – Pokemon Rumble Demo
2 (2) – World of Goo Demo
3 (3) – FFCC: My Life as a Darklord Demo
4 (4) – Bit.Trip Beat Demo
5 (5) – NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits Demo
6 (6) – Pokemon Rumble
7 (8) – Frogger Returns
8 (7) – Excitebike: World Rally
9 (12) – World of Goo
10 (10) – Reel Fishing Challenge
11 (11) – Tetris Party
12 (13) – My Aquarium
13 (14) – Dr. Mario Online Rx
14 (17) – My Pokemon Ranch
15 (9) – Carnival King
16 (N/A) – Bit.Trip Beat
17 (N/A) – Dragon Master Spell Caster
18 (16) – Contra Rebirth
19 (N/A) – FFCC: My Life as a Darklord
20 (18) – “Aha! I Got It!” Escape Game


1 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3
2 (2) – Super Mario Bros.
3 (3) – Super Mario Bros. 2
4 (4) – The Legend of Zelda
5 (5) – Pac-Man
6 (7) – Super Mario World
7 (6) – Final Fantasy
8 (8) – Kirby’s Adventure
9 (10) – Donkey Kong
10 (9) – Punch-Out!!
11 (12) – Super Mario Kart
12 (11) – Galaga
13 (12) – Super Mario 64
14 (13) – Excitebike
15 (15) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
16 (17) – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
17 (16) – Zelda II – The Adventure of Link
18 (19) – Castlevania
19 (18) – Metroid
20 (N/A) – Mario Bros.


Photo one:

In this photo released by Nintendo, Roxana L., 32 and Jaime M., 33, of Los Angeles, buy a Wii video game system on Nov. 27, 2009, in GameStop at the Westfield Culver City in Culver City, Calif. Consumers continue to seek out the Wii system, now with a new suggested retail price of $199.99, and top new games such as New Super Mario Bros. Wii.


Photo two:

In this photo released by Nintendo, Esmeralda G., 11, of Maywood, Calif., tries out Style Savvy, a new fashion-focused video game for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi systems, with the help of Nintendo representative Parthana G. at the Westfield Culver City in Culver City, Calif., on Nov. 27, 2009. Nintendo is traveling to more than 35 malls across the country to let consumers try the latest Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi video games before deciding what to buy.

Thanks to Ross M for the news tip!

Reflect Missle screenshots

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