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Disney’s Spectrobes has seen two iterations on the DS, but now the series is moving to the Wii.
Spectrobes: Origins is being described as the game’s “big system” debut and will arrive in the fall.

As is the case with most Wii games, Origins will take advantage of the Wii remote. Gamers can expect gameplay elements from the previous two Spectrobes games which include digging up fossils and battling in real-time. One big change, however, is that Genki is developing Origins – not Jupiter, who created the first two games on the DS. Genki is mostly known for racing designs.


Yet another DSi trailer

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Apologies about the quality of some of the images. I think you can see what’s going on though, and we all know that The Conduit looks like a pretty great game anyway.

In October of 2008, a trademark for Rabbids Go Home popped up. The thing is, no one really knew what it was for sure. Now new information points to Rabbids Go Home as being a Wii title, and most likely another entry in the Rabbids series. The news comes from the résumé of programmer Julien Delezenne, who has apparently been working on the “Engine and Tools on the LyN technology” behind the game. The information has since been pulled though.

It may also be interesting to note that Delezenne also develops techonology for Beyond Good & Evil 2 for the 360 and PS3. Perhaps there is a connection behind the techonology of the two games?

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February 19, 2009 – GRAPEVINE, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GameStop (NYSE: GME), the world’s largest video game and entertainment software retailer, announced that starting today, customers can begin reserving Nintendo’s newest, must-have portable gaming system, the Nintendo DSi, at their local GameStop. A $25 deposit is required at the time of reservation. The Nintendo DSi will retail for $169.99 and will be available at GameStop nationwide on Sunday, April 5.

The Nintendo DSi will be available in two colors, blue and black, and comes with new features and applications that will allow customers to personalize and create their very own Nintendo DSi experiences. With its new thin and sleek design, the Nintendo DSi includes an SD card slot and bigger LCD screens. The two built in cameras for the Nintendo DSi Camera application allows customers to manipulate, then share, their photos, while the interactive voice recorder and music player for the Nintendo DSi Sound application will allow customers to play with their music while they listen to it. The catalog of more than 850 Nintendo DS games is also compatible with the Nintendo DSi.

“We’re not talking about DSi software at the moment – we’ll do so closer to launch.” – Nintendo UK rep

This shouldn’t be too surprising, but at least this does seem to show that there will be a few DSiWare titles available at launch. I’m sure North America will also receives news about DSiWare in the coming weeks.


Another European DSi trailer

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Interesting…Quite a few DSiWare titles are shown in this video. I wonder if this confirms they will be available for download.