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“Even if I was given the funding and approval to make some changes, I don’t think there are many things I want to improve on those existing games. But if I had to pick one I would probably work on Metroid Prime 2’s multiplayer. I would like to improve that so that we could make it Wi-Fi compatible.” – Kensuke Tanabe, producer for all three Prime games

Unfortunately, the multiplayer mode in Metroid Prime 2 was never received well. Wi-Fi connectivity could be an interesting inclusion, though the developers would have to go back and correct a number of issues that plague the actual multiplayer aspect in order to make it the best it could be.


Quite a number of gamers are excited about the arrival of No More Heroes 2. There are still a few months to go before the game releases, but fans will get a chance to play the title in just a matter of days. That’s right – Desperate Struggle, which is making its first appearance at a trade show, will be playable at the Penny Arcade Expo. All of the fun begins on September 4.


Nintendo Wii

North America:
1. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Metroid Prime Trilogy (Nintendo)
4. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
5. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 (EA Sports)

1. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
2. EA Sports Active (EA Sports)
3. Monster Hunter 3 Classic Controller Bundle (Capcom)
4. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
5. Monster Hunter 3 (Capcom)

1. Wii Sports Resort (Nintendo)
2. Wii Fit (Nintendo)
3. Ashes Cricket 09 (Codemasters)
4. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo)
5. EA Sports Active (EA Sports)

Nintendo DS

North America:
1. Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box (Nintendo)
2. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
3. New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo)
4. Professor Layton and the Curious Village (Nintendo)
5. Fossil Fighters (Nintendo)

1. Tomodachi Collection (Nintendo)
2. Dragon Quest IX (Square Enix)
3. Nihon Keizai Shinbunsha Kanshuu: Shiranai Mamade wa Son o Suru Mono ya Okane no Shikumi (Nintendo)
4. SupaRobo Gakuen (Banpresto)
5. Puyo Puyo 7 (Sega)

1. Professor Layton and the Curious Village (Nintendo)
2. Peppa Pig: The Game (Ubisoft)
3. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo)
4. Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force (Disney)
5. Pokemon Platinum (Nintendo)


27 August 2009 – Mario and Luigi reunite for a role-playing adventure like nothing you’ve seen before. In Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story, coming to Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi across Europe on 9 October 2009, everyone’s favourite two brothers are not just exploring the pipes of a new world so much as the pipes of their biggest foe: Bowser himself!

That’s right – for the first time, you won’t just be dealing with Bowser’s fiery breath, you’ll be exploring his fiery innards! At the start of the game, Bowser inhales Mario and Luigi, which leads to the duo exploring organic environments inside the grumpy monster, such as his stomach, arms and legs. In another exciting first, you can control either Bowser on the top screen or Mario and Luigi on the Touch Screen, but can always switch between them.

Aa Mujou Setsuna screenshots

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Nintendo DSi Instrument Tuner

– 200 points
– Helps you tune instruments
– Play the instrument near the DSi microphone, then the app will tell you how out of tune it is
– 3 visual designs
– Set musical notes between letters, Do-re-me
– Set base pitch between 435 and 445 Hz.
– Tuner Fight mini game: Play notes written on balloons to pop them

Nintendo DSi Metronome

– 200 points
– Helps you set beat and tempo
– Can choose from a few designs
– Record own sound which will take over as the default beat
– Donkey Metronome mini game: Make Mario jump by clapping – avoid barrels thrown by Donkey Kong

Aa Mujou Setsuna

– 500 points
– Developed by Arika
– Vertical shooting with 3D graphics
– Pattern mode: enemies pop up in the same location
– Random mode: enemies change locations each time you play.
– Wi-Fi rankings
– Can upload/download replays for those who rank in the top 10

Crossword House puzzles

– 500 points
– Puzzles from the October issue of the Crossword House magazine
– Nintendo will offer prizes beginning on 9/2: Finish a puzzle, submit it through the internet


SAN FRANCISCO – August 27, 2009 – Today, Ubisoft announces the development of Monster 4×4: Stunt Racer for the Wii(TM) system from Nintendo. Monster 4×4: Stunt Racer puts Wii-lovers back into the driver’s seat for a whole new race. Gamers of all ages will enjoy even bigger wheels, faster trucks and crazier stunts which made Monster 4X4: World Circuit the second highest selling driving game on the Wii ever.

Whether you’re grinding through inner-city construction sites, crunching out-of-town canyons, or scraping through exclusive wall-driving features, players will be able to perform vertical stunts and find shortcuts as they take on their friends and family in 4-player split-screen modes.