Nintendo Week 4/5
WarioWare: D.I.Y. Ron Carmel Made It Too.
Nintendo DSi XL TV Spot
Style Savvy Beyonce TV Spot
What’s New at Animal Crossing City Folk April
Trauma Team Walk-Thru – Forensics
Infinite Space Gameplay Video 2
Infinite Space Dev Diary – The Concept
Infinite Space Launch Video
Monster Hunter Tri Fast Food Spot
Monster Hunter Tri Story Video 1
Monster Hunter Tri Story Video 2
Monster Hunter Tri Story Video 3
Monster Hunter Tri Story Video 4
Monster Hunter Tri Story Video 5
WarioWare: D.I.Y. Tutorial – Advanced Lesson #3
WarioWare: D.I.Y. Tutorial – Advanced Lesson #4
Rage of the Gladiator Trailer – Boss: Amit the Charmer
Learning with the PooYoos – Episode 2 Info Video
America’s Test Kitchen Pots de Creme Demo
America’s Test Kitchen Roasted Red Potatoes Demo
Battle of Giants: Mutant Insects
Deca Sports DS Cheerleading Demo
Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
Deca Sports DS Ping Pong Demo
Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth
Disney The Princess and the Frog
James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game
Bakugan Battle Brawlers
James Patterson Women’s Murder Club: Games of Passion
Super Robot Wars OG Saga: Masou Kishin The Lord of Elemental boxart
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Q-Games founder busy with “top secret hardware”
Posted 7 years ago by Brian in General Nintendo, News | 3 Comments
Update: We now have some clarification from Mr. Cuthbert. Basically, you shouldn’t really read into what was said. Still, though, I’d love to see Q-Games work on a title for the 3DS.
This information comes from Dylan Cuthbert’s Twitter. Cuthbert is the founder of Q-Games.
“@kamidphish The main problem is the top secret hardware we are always working on – there’s no way to do that work outside of the office”
One obvious possibility here is that Q-Games is working on some sort of project for the 3DS. The system is still under wraps somewhat and the company has developed a number of titles for Nintendo, including Star Fox Command. However, Q-Games also has some ties to Sony and created games for them as well. So I’m assuming that Cuthbert was either referring to the 3DS or something Sony related.
Thanks to Kyle for the news tip!
Paris, 5 april 2010.
Today, DK Games, a premier independent video game developer, releases Fishie Fishie their one-button game for those that like something a little different. Fishie Fishie is first released in the Americas, followed by Europe at a later date.
Fishie Fishie is a game that will test your reflexes to the max. Under its colorful, sweet exterior lurks a game that is both ridiculously easy to learn and terrifically challenging to master. You are a fish(ie) who has to survive over 100 levels in various game modes, in situations that just get crazier and crazier! “Capture the Star”, “Soccer”, “Survival”, playing solo or in a team… And amazingly the whole game is played with just one button! No need to get to grips with complicated commands. Here, all you need to do is press the A Button on your Wii Remote™.
iPad not a big concern for Nintendo
Posted 7 years ago by Brian in DS, General Nintendo, News | 1 Comment
“[Apple] is not having an impact on Nintendo when you look at our business, our volume, our hardware, our software. I’ve seen data that suggestions that while consumers are constantly downloading Apps, they play with them for a few times and then they are moving on to the next thing. Clearly it doesn’t look like their platform is a viable profit platform for game development because so many of the games are free versus paid downloads. If our games represent a range between snacks of entertainment and full meals depending on the type of game, (Apple’s) aren’t even a mouthful, in terms of the gaming experience you get.” – Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime
The thing about the iPad is that it’s not a traditional system. There’s much more to the device that just gaming. Also, unlike Nintendo’s handhelds, playing titles won’t be of huge importance to some consumers. I’m sure that not everyone immediately thinks of gaming when the iPad is brought up.
“Trackmania is a much more skill-based racing game, rewarding players who master the vehicles and the tracks. Without wanting to belittle the achievements of the team who made Wheelspin, I feel that we’ve got a game that pushes, physics and gameplay further than any other racing title on the Wii.” – Trackmania producer Dan Fletcher
I have a lot of faith in Trackmania Wii since the DS title was of very high-quality. I’m sure the game won’t have a hard time topping Wheelspin!
This information comes from Jump magazine…
– 10 events
– Giant slalom (skiing), lacrosse, air race, volleyball, racket ball, half pipe, kayak slalom, fishing, driving, wood cutting events in the game
– Releasing this year in Japan
One other piece of Jump news. The magazine teaser for the next issue is: “Big feature on the new entry in that very popular series!! Must see!!” We’ll let you know if this ends up being anything Nintendo-related.