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First Lost Wind footage

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Trauma Center 2 trailer

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I would definitely take this with a grain of salt. Not only is it not proven that the game can actually run, but hacking your Wii can lead to complete malfunction. Nonetheless, it would be interesting to know if someone has found a way to bypass a ton of Nintendo security.



IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 7th, 2008 – Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced Trauma Center(R): Under the Knife 2 for Nintendo DS(TM), a direct sequel to the 2005 smash hit. The fast-paced medical action that made the handheld original a classic is back, along with all of your favorite Trauma Center characters. Rejoin Derek and Angie as they deal with the unpredictable aftereffects of GUILT. With numerous enhancements, including new difficulty modes and new operations, handheld surgeons have a lot to be excited about.

Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 is currently scheduled to release on July 1.


Visit the official Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 website:

About Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2
GUILT is no more. Dr. Derek Stiles and Nurse Angie Thompson faced humanity’s greatest threat and triumphed. Now, in the aftermath, they find themselves in unknown territory, forced to deal with the disastrous consequences of the killer virus. Join them as they scramble to address questions left unanswered and put an end to the mystery behind the disease.

Key Features
– True sequel to Under the Knife – Scrub back in to Nintendo DS for the next chapter of the award-winning Trauma Center: Under the Knife that returns to the tactile stylus-based experience that made the original a smash hit.
– Derek and Angie are back – Caduceus’ preeminent surgical team returns to confront the aftermath of the devastating GUILT epidemic in a brand new story.
– Just what the doctor ordered – With a new easy-play mode, improved tool utility, and clearer directions, playing doctor has never been so much fun.

Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 has been rated “T” for Teen with Blood, Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, and Mild Violence by the ESRB.

NES – Yoshi’s Cookie
NES – Bases Loaded

The arrival of April means springtime fun is officially back in season. To get Wii™ Shop Channel patrons in the spirit, we’re pleased to offer a pair of lively NES® favorites. One is a breezy, puzzle-busting fantasy, the other a classic baseball title to keep sports fans fired up for a new season of nine-inning excitement. Whether your tastes run toward cookies or ballpark snacks, you’ll find hours of gaming enjoyment right at your fingertips.

Nintendo adds new games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii™ owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are:

Weekly savings

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Circuit City

Sega Superstars Tennis (Wii) – $29.99
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii) – $29.99

Mario Kart Wii 6
The World Ends With You 8
FFCC: Ring of Fates 6
Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer 6
Destroy all Humans: Big Willy Unleashed 4
Insecticide 3
Eco Creatures: Save the Forest 4
Nanostray 2 7
Dementium: the Ward 5

I’m very surprised at some of those review scores. Although Insecticide wasn’t perfect, I don’t think it truly deserves a 3. The obvious shocker is Mario Kart. Nintendo Power and Famitsu have received it warmly, but I suppose we all should wait for more reviews to pop up before deciding how critical the Mario Kart Wii review is.


– Yoshi’s Cookie
– Bases Loaded



The DS has been the home of two Castlevania games over the past few years. Both games that have been released on the Nintendo DS were received very well by both critics and gamers alike. One would expect to see more Castlevania on the handheld in the future, and perhaps we’re one step closer to experiencing yet another title. A logo and subtitle have been discovered for a new Castlevania game – Order of Ecclesia. It may be only a matter of time before more whip-slaying action can be found on the DS.


SAN RAFAEL, CA, April 4, 2008 – As part of a continuing effort to extend episodic gaming to new audiences and platforms, Telltale is officially announcing that Sam & Max Season One will be coming to Wii™. This collection of the first six Sam & Max episodes will introduce a brand new audience to the popular and critically-acclaimed game series. Sam & Max for Wii is expected to ship to retail stores worldwide this fall, thanks to a partnership between Telltale and JoWooD/DreamCatcher.

Sam & Max’s journey to the Wii console has been fueled by fan excitement. Just before the episodic series’ PC debut, fans launched an email campaign clamoring for a Wii version of the series. Continuous rumors and rampant speculation online led to developer and publisher enthusiasm for the title. With Telltale now focusing on console development in addition to PC, the company can finally bring Sam & Max to Wii in response to this overwhelming demand.

The Sam & Max episodes let players guide the Freelance Police through a series of bizarre—and often sidesplitting—mysteries. Sam & Max Season One has already experienced enormous success, both as an episodic series available for download through Telltale’s website and other services, and at retail. Honors include Adventure Game of the Year from GameSpy and IGN, and inclusion on Games for Windows’ list of Top 10 Games in 2007.

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