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“It’s the very end. If I had to say one word, I’d say it’s at the very end of production. No, not playable [at E3]. I’m looking forward to it. Hopefully

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…” – Suda 51

Suda 51 also revealed that there were many requests to see No More Heroes on other consoles. While the possibility was discussed, there is no plan to spread the IP to other systems yet.

“The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest is the first Lord of the Rings videogame created specifically for kids and their families with accessible gameplay set in a friendly, colorful rendition of Middle-Earth. Players assume the role of Strider and embark on his greatest quests from The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The game offers authentic, action-oriented sword fighting, lancing and archery that all ages can play together.”

This little blurb was found on a list send out by the ESA. Warner Bros. Interactive. will be publishing the project and more information is expected when E3 kicks off next month.



1 (1) – Nintendo DSi Browser
2 (3) – Dr. Mario Express
3 (2) – Paper Airplane Chase
4 (4) – WarioWare: Snapped!
5 (5) – Bird & Beans
6 (7) – Animal Crossing Clock
7 (15) – Real Soccer 2009
8 (8) – Animal Crossing Calculator
9 (6) – Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics
10 (9) – Master of Illusion Express: Deep Psyche
11 (N) – Art Style: PiCTOBiTS
12 (11) – Art Style: AQUIA
13 (12) – Brain Age Express: Math
14 (13) – Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face
15 (10) – Mixed Messages
16 (14) – Master of Illusion Express: Shuffle Games


1 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3
2 (2) – Super Mario Bros.
3 (N) – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
4 (3) – Super Mario World
5 (4) – Punch-Out!!
6 (5) – Super Mario Bros. 2
7 (10) – Super Punch-Out!!
8 (7) – Super Mario 64
9 (6) – The Legend of Zelda
10 (8) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
11 (9) – Pac-Man
12 (11) – Donkey Kong Country
13 (12) – Mario Kart 64
14 (13) – Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
15 (14) – Donkey Kong
16 (15) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
17 (16) – Paper Mario
18 (17) – Sonic the Hedgehog 2
19 (19) – Excitebike
20 (18) – Galaga


1 (1) – World of Goo
2 (2) – My Aquarium
3 (3) – Tetris Party
4 (4) – My Pokemon Ranch
5 (5) – Dr. Mario Online Rx
6 (7) – Defend your Castle
7 (8) – CueSports – Pool Revolution
8 (6) – Onslaught
9 (9) – Fun! Fun! Minigolf
10 (10) – Crystal Defenders R1
11 (11) – Brain Challenge
12 (13) – Bit.Trip Beat
13 (12) – Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
14 (19) – Mega Man 9
15 (14) – Bomberman Blast
16 (15) – Sandy Beach
17 (18) – Target Toss Pro: Bags
18 (16) – Wild West Guns
19 (17) – Midnight Bowling
20 (20) – Pop’Em Drop’Em SAMEGAME

New Arcade Football Game Features Sport Icon Pelé

LONDON, UK – May 20, 2009 – Today Ubisoft® announced a new addition to its sports portfolio, Academy of Champions™, an arcade football game featuring legendary sports icon Pelé. Developed for the Wii™ system from Nintendo, the game will deliver an engaging, interactive experience for kids and their families. Academy of Champions is scheduled to be released in 2009.

“We made our mark in the sports genre last year with the global success of Shaun White Snowboarding,” stated Yves Guillemot, chief executive officer at Ubisoft. “Now, with Academy of Champions, Ubisoft offers another sports game with a fresh approach that has something unique to offer young gamers and sports fans.”

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– the king is visited by heroes
– you send these heroes out to fight monsters
– when they return, you give them rewards for their accomplishments
– heroes may explore your castle and take items at their will
– build up the kingdom with shops, farms, schools and more
– use your army to attack/invade neighboring kingdoms
– you can fight for good or evil
– if you choose evil, you can capture heroes and deliver them to the demon lord, as well as paying the demon lord stipens

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“This is something that gets brought up quite a lot, but we’re not concerned at all. Those games, and you can point to a few others as well… I think they’re great games, but they’re mature games. I think there’s a nomenclature that you need to be certain on. Those games are gory and they are aesthetically niche. They’re boutique games. They’re great games and I love them, however I know that they’re not accessible and they’re not the kind of titles that are going to tap into both core and mainstream [audiences]. When I say that we’re core, I mean that we have a level of detail and depth and customisation and variety that core gamers demand. When I say that we’re accessible and that we’re also aiming for the mainstream, that is why we specifically chose the art style we did, and the setting. The theme is very much in the mindset of going for that Hollywood blockbuster feel. I think we’re absolutely different beasts to those other games. I love to be in the company of those great developers and I think they did amazing work. I would never defame anything that they’ve done and I’m happy to support them with my own dollars, however I do think that we have a much better shot at financial success than they did.” – High Voltage chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger

Early on, High Voltage has expressed beliefs that The Conduit could appeal to more than just the hardcore audience. This could be true, especially because of the game’s level of customization, but at the end of the day, The Conduit will mostly be purchased by the core gamers.


LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (Wednesday 20th May, 2009) — SEGA® Europe Ltd., and SEGA® of America, Inc., today announced Jambo! Safari, an action packed African adventure exclusively for the home video game system, Wii™, and the Nintendo DS™ system. Hitting stores late in 2009, Jambo! Safari takes the fun and excitement of the classic 1990’s arcade action title and reinvents it with modern graphics and deeper gameplay, suited to today’s Nintendo consumers.

As with the original, the new Jambo! Safari allows you to play as one of four safari park rangers, but this time they are fully customisable. With the ultimate aim of becoming a fully qualified ranger, players must take on high speed challenges and exciting rescue missions across the rich and varied free-roaming landscapes of the African Plains. Using one of the four customisable vehicles, including the licensed Land Rover Defender 90 and 110, rangers will need to ensure the animals in their park are healthy and happy. The vast range of Jambo! Safari missions include rescuing animals in need, diagnosing and treating them before releasing them back to the wild, wildlife photography, sight seeing adventures and even hot air balloon rides!

“The Conduit will show well, up against any other Wii title, but the games that will be coming from here on out will be even more impressive. I think we’ve made a new standard for many publishers and developers, and hopefully if consumers get out and support it we’ll see a lot more publishers and developers trying to the same. But I will say that with our future games we’re prepared to go much further.” – Chief creative officer Eric Nofsinger

As impressive as The Conduit is, there is always room for improvement. It’ll be interesting to see how High Voltage’s next project shapes up knowing that the team is one of the most passionate Wii developers.


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