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This information comes from Q-Games…

“The 3DS does look like it could be a pretty amazing piece of hardware, doesn’t it? I’m just as excited about it as you are. Unfortunately, I’m sorry to say that we can neither confirm or deny any 3DS development…”

I think it’s only a matter of time before we see a 3DS project from Q-Games. The company worked on Star Fox Command for DS, as well as a number of DSiWare titles.

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Epic Mickey trailer

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Fluidity trailer

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Award-Winning Video Game Features Cast of Classic Characters, Innovative Paint and Thinner Gameplay, Progressive “Playstyle Matters” Approach and Launches Today with an Epic Star-Studded Event in Times Square

BURBANK, Calif. – (November 30, 2010) – Disney Interactive Studios today announced that critically acclaimed Disney Epic Mickey exclusively for Wii™ is now available at retail stores across North America. Disney Epic Mickey ushers in an innovative approach to gameplay as players assume the role of the iconic Mickey Mouse and are given the power to wield paint and paint thinner to dynamically change the world while determining Mickey’s path to becoming an epic hero. The Disney Epic Mickey launch is being celebrated today at the Disney Store in Times Square from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. ET, where fans will have the opportunity to be the first to purchase copies of the game, meet game designer Warren Spector and celebrity guests, receive collectible custom sketch drawings from the video game artists and much more.

First previewed in June at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), North America’s most prominent video game showcase, the game captured more than 25 awards, including “Best Action/Adventure Game” from USAToday.com and “Best Wii Game” and “Best Action/Adventure Game” from IGN.com.

Being one of the top selling games of this generation thus far, New Super Mario Bros. Wii is also the highest selling Wii game in Japan, being the first one to top 4 million units sold. This isn’t much a surprise, considering the DS NSMB has sold more than 20 million copies, but it’s still good to know that Mario has still got a lot of life in him!

Worldwide, the game has sold more then 16 million copies.

Via Kotaku

Wii

1. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
2. Epic Mickey
3. Mario Sports Mix
4. Conduit 2
5. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars

DS

1. Pokemon Black/White
2. Kingdom Hearts Re:coded
3. Okamiden
4. Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie
5. Plants vs. Zombies

3DS

1. Paper Mario
2. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
3. Mario Kart
4. Kid Icarus: Uprising
5. Star Fox 64 3D

FUN FOR FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN AN ALL-NEW ADVENTURE, WITH DONKEY KONGTM COUNTRY RETURNS, EXCLUSIVELY FOR Wii

He’s back and is swinging his way to a Wii near you this December!

Get set to discover who will take the title of King of the Jungle this Christmas, when Donkey KongTM Country Returns launches on 3rd December, exclusively for Wii. From jungle to beach, caves to volcanoes, mine carts and swinging vines to exploding barrels, Donkey KongTM Country Returns will provide hours of adrenaline- fuelled fun for friends, family and Donkey KongTM fans alike in this all-new, multiplayer Wii game.

And for the first time ever in the series, with Donkey KongTM Country Returns you can partner with a mate, sibling, or other member of your family to play side-by-side as primate pals, Donkey KongTM and Diddy Kong, courtesy of a new co-operative two-player mode. Choose to act alone or pick your partner and work together in order to complete a fun-filled series of challenges, puzzles and tasks to reclaim Donkey Kong’s stolen banana stash!

This information comes from Junction Point’s Paul Weaver…

“I think it comes down to belief at the end of the day and we’ve invested a huge amount of time and passion into the game. I really do believe you can tell when a game has a soul, when people went in and made the very best game they could. I know we did at Junction Point. Obviously I hope it’s very well received in the marketplace and with that in mind we hope for good sales. That’s really going to be for the public to decide, for us we made the best game we could.”

Well, from what we’ve seen so far, Epic Mickey hasn’t sold well in the UK. But it’s much too early to be discussing sales at this point. The game is just coming out today in North America, after all!

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The Last Story scans

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