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This is from an interview which was originally posted on July 22, but the information is still relevant…

“I was happy to find out that was possible. But games demand many more lines of dialogue despite the fact that the main characters don’t talk, so I couldn’t keep making them. That’s why I felt deep down after making three of them, ‘Well, that was a neat experience.’…Yes, that’s right (no more plans for Earthbound games).” – Shigesato Itoi, Earthbound designer

Thanks to Robert for the news tip!



Over the past week or so, Valay and I have had the pleasure of getting some of our questions answered by the guys over at Fugazo regarding their upcoming WiiWare title, Frobot. For those that aren’t familiar with the game, Frobot can be summed up best by reading a snippet from the press release issued by Fugazo a few months back; Imagine if Wii Tanks and The Legend of Zelda had a baby. That baby’s name would be Frobot. Taking inspiration from two fantastic titles and throwing them together with a spike of funk? Sounds like a great plan to me! Check out the full interview after the break!

ESRB updates

Posted 9 years ago by in DS, News, Wii | 0 comments

Battle of Giants Mutant Insects (DS) – E10+
Don’t Feed The Animals (DS) – E
Flipper (DSi) – E
Puzzler World (DS) – E
The Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces (Wii) – T
Aha! I Found it! Hidden Object Game (Wii) – E
WarMen Tactics (Wii) – E10+
Art of Balance (Wii) – E
Easy Piano (DS) – E
Dementium II (DS) – M
Sudoku Sensei (DSi) – E

Thanks to Ross M for the news tip!

Just wanted to remind you all that there is one week left in our Scribblenauts challenge. Remember, when this is all over, one of winners will be chosen to receive a free WiiWare or VC title. You can check out the guidelines here and read up on the latest challenge here. I think that we may only be hosting another challenge or two, so make sure you participate!

In honor of Game Informer’s 200th issue, the magazine compiled a list of the top 200 games of all time. The titles are across all platforms and come from many different generations of gaming. We’ve posted the full list below.

1. The Legend of Zelda (NES, 1987)
2. Super Mario Bros. (NES, 1985)
3. Tetris (PC, 1984)
4. Grand Theft Auto III (PS2, 2001)
5. Half-Life 2 (PC, 2004)
6. Doom (PC, 1993)
7. Metroid (NES, 1986)
8. Final Fantasy III (SNES, 1994)
9. Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES, 1990)
10. Ms. Pac-Man (Coin-op, 1981)


-Romancing Saga (SNES, Square-Enix, 800pts)
-Iron Clad (NEOCD, D4 Enterprise, 900pts)
-Space Manbow (MSX, Konami, 800pts)
-Road Fighter (MSX, Konami, 800pts)
-Penguin Adventure (MSX, Konami, 800pts)
-Galaga (ARC, Namco-Bandai, 800pts)
-Toy Pop (ARC, Namco-Bandai, 800pts)


-Shindori Action! Taikoukenchi -karakuri Shiro Nazo / Shindori Action! Taikoukenchi -Karakuri Castle Mystery (Perpetuum Game, 800pts)
-Rock and Roll Climber (Nintendo, 800pts)
-530 Eco Shooter (Nintendo, 1000pts)
-Kentoushi Furifuri Boxing / Prize Fighter Boxing (Takara Tomy, 1000pts)
(No sure of the use of furifuri in this context)
-Okiraku Kart (Arc System Works, 500pts)


-Katanuki (G-mode, 200pts)
-Neratte Supotto / Aiming Spot (Nintendo, 200pts)
-Uchuu wo Kareru Josei Shooting / Universe Jumping Girl Shooting (ITL, 500pts)
(Someone might have a better translation of kakeru, it means just about anything)
-Texas Hold ’em (Hudson, 500pts)
-Ponjyan (Takara Tomy, 500pts)
-Meikyoukokugo Rakubikijiten / Meikyoukokugo useful dictionary (Nintendo, 800pts)


Source 1, Source 2