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– Balance board controls
– 9 worlds, 54 levels
– Description: “Upgrade your Xorb, seek hidden shortcuts and collect power ups to help you survive, to become the fastest and most envied Xorber in the Universe!”
– Modes: Arcade, Career, Practice, Time Trial
– There is multiplayer, but the specifics haven’t been revealed


Nintendo was hyping up another hosted event just a few days ago. There was a whole barrage of speculation, but yes: Blowing bubbles was the main attraction at Nintendo’s event. As was partially expected, Nintendo promoted Kirby Super Star Ultra for the Nintendo DS. However, a bunch of Kirby bubbles were blown and sent up in the sky. So no – There was no Kirby Wii announcement or any Kirby revelation at all, but hey…The Kirby bubbles are kind of nice.


I wanted to share this with everyone, since I think it’s a very original and selfless act. The folks over at WiiNintendo are trying to compile tons of videos of fighting Ike in SSBB and winning. Also, they currently have a donations box running and all money that is donated will be given to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Ike.

“I wanted to let you know about a project entitled ‘Ike’ll Get No Sympathy From Us’ that WiiNintendo is starting. One of our writers, Charmy, came up with an idea to have the gaming community help Hurricane Ike victims. What we’re asking is for people to record videos of themselves fighting the character Ike in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and winning. We’re going to post these videos up on WiiNintendo in an effort to show the many people that are ‘fighting Ike.’ We’re eventually going to make a big compilation video of the videos that were sent in.”

More about the project here

Square Enix President Yoichi Wada has revealed that Dragon Quest IX will be released early next year in Japan. Numerous Dragon Quest fans have been itching to get their hands on the title this year, but the game is still in development. We probably won’t hear about Dragon Quest IX news in other territories for quite awhile, but keep your eyes pealed over the next few months for more news.


Dragon Ball: Origins intro

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This video is pretty nostolgic for me…The classic music is there, the characters, and it’s Dragon Ball. I remember growing up and watching the show all of the time – Lame, I know!

Leading European game company from the Netherlands, Games Factory Online will introduce 25 games aimed at providing alternative training solutions

GAMES CONVENTION ASIA (GCA)- Singapore, 18 September 2008 – Games Factory Online, Europe’s leading game company from the Netherlands announced today a line-up of more than 20 games aimed at providing alternative training solutions to businesses, schools and hospitals.

This is the first time that a European company is launching such a wide slate of titles which targets a B2B market and yet still has very strong content that will be hugely popular amongst a specific audience ranging from patients who are being treated for diabetics, to corporate and business managers, to students seeking to improve language skills, and even hospitality venues or schools looking for solutions to train staff or students.

“There is a growing need for “serious games” which as the term suggests, are computer games designed to help achieve practical outcomes, such as improving conditional behavior through training. The goal of Games Factory Online is to use our expertise as a game developer and publisher to create games that provide solutions to health care and other social challenges,” said Hennie van Velzen, Director and co-founder of Games Factory Online.

Nintendo will begin offering a bunch of DS Lite bundles in the UK this October. A white or black system, along with the bundled Brain Age, for 120 GBP. There is also the option of purchasing a red DS with Big Brain Academy, also for the 120 GPB. Last but not least, the pink DS Lite bundle comes with Nintendogs: Labrador and Friends (130 GBP) while the blue DS Lite comes with a copy of Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What to Eat? for 130 GBP.


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