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New 3D images: The Conduit

Posted 10 years ago by in Features, Wii | 1 Comment

As I promised last week, I have something original to present to you guys this week. Stay tuned for the next few weeks to see what else we have in store!

Update: It looks as though YouTube took down the videos, but the footage has been re-uploaded. Watch while you can!

Warning: Videos contain spoilers!

Weekly savings (11/2 – 11/8)

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Best Buy

Free $10 instantly with purchase of Samba de Amigo, Backyard Football 09, Madagascar 2: Escape From Africa, Line Rider Unbound 2, or NHL 2K9

Circuit City

Carnival Games Mini Golf (Wii) – $29.99
Save $5 on all Wii Fit accessories
Free character game case with purchase of any DS

Target

Buy 2 Wii games, get another one free

Toys R Us

Save $20 when you purchase two of the following DS games: Wall-E, Lego Batman: The Videogame, Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars the Force Unleashed

Save $20 when you purchase two of the following Wii games: MySims Kingdom, Crash: Mind Over Mutant, Madagascar Escape 2 Africa, de Blob

SPRay screenshots

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“That really is another area [RPGs] that can use a shot in the arm I feel. Keep your eyes peeled because in the near future we’ll be announcing some other titles that we’ve already got underway in development. We feel that there are a number of genres that are poorly represented on the Wii for core gamers. We want to do games that are high quality. You know, that’s what we are. I think it’s a shame for what is our personal favorite system to be so underrepresented when it comes to core gamers.” – Eric Nofsinger, High Voltage Software

If The Conduit is any indication, High Voltage Software’s other projects will certainly impress. I’m definitely keeping my eyes peeled as to what else the company has in store for the Wii.

Source

Back in October when the DSi was announced, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata revealed that the system would have flash memory much like the Wii. Now, however, we finally know how much memory the DSi supports. A recent writeup notes that the DSi has 256 megabytes of internal memory.

“The only piece of content available under the DSi Ware option at the moment is the free Opera browser. The download takes 85 blocks of your 1,024 block space. While not listed in the system’s official specs, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said during a recent investor briefing that the internal memory consists of 256 megabytes, which is half that of the Wii.”

Wow, the DSi Shop looks eerily similar to the Wii Shop Channel…Right down to the music and actual downloading screen!

Real Soccer 09 debut trailer

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