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Update 1: More movie talk in the video

Update 2: Kojima has also discussed any plans he has for the Wii (see below).

“For the most part, I would never do a [Metal Gear] film without overseeing all aspects and making sure the fans and especially I am happy with it. As for that note, the idea of releasing a game to coincide with the film is an interesting one [laughs]. I might do that.” – Hideo Kojima

That’s pretty reasonable if you ask me. I shutter just thinking about how a Zelda film would turn out if Shigeru Miyamoto wasn’t involved in a heavy way.

“I’ve got a lot of ideas on my mind [for Wii], but I can’t say too much right now.”

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New Class: Traveling Performer
– balanced defense and offense
– acrobatic skill
– increase this skill to learn special techniques (for example, make an enemy laugh
– some equipment of the Traveling Performer: Serpent Whip, Feathered Cap, Dancer’s Shirt, Gaudy Pants, Acrobat Shoes

Possible new class: Bodybuilder

New Monsters: Zucchinya and Tiger Lance
New Monsters: Zucchinya and Tiger Lance
New Monsters: Moomon, Ponpoko Tanuki and Argon Devil
– Zucchinya: vegetable monster that is good with a spear
– Tiger Lance: uses a lance, and can cast spells such as Rukani
– Moomon: skin like a cow
– Ponpoko Tanuki: known as a “dance hero”, uses dance steps to ‘attack’
– Argon Devil: very fast, slender body allows it to attack quickly. Sharp claws

New NPC: Winged angel Laviel

– works in Luida’s bar
– allows you to connect to multiplayer features
– one player hosts, others play as guests
– 4 characters allowed
– some treasure chests can only be opened by the host

Multiplayer battles
– if you fight separately, you can call for guests to help
– guests will be transported to host if host calls for help
– guest can decline
– if you run up to characters in battle, you can help them
– multiplayer detailed records kept
– record examples”
1. Class, Name
2. Time played
3. ‘information couldn’t be translated’
4. Number of battles won.
5. Number of titles received
6. Number of quests cleared
7. Percentage of monsters faced and defeated
8. Percentage of items acquired
9. Percentage of recipes
– use gestures with frineds
– gestures are hidden throughout the game world

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Tales of Hearts video

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Multiple Titles to be Developed by 505 Games’ New U.S. Operations for Distribution Worldwide
LOS ANGELES, CA (December 15, 2008) — Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time, and global videogame publisher, 505 Games, announced today a new partnership to develop next generation console and iPhone videogames. The first title is scheduled to release in spring 2010 and will be developed by 505 Games’ newly formed U.S. operations in Los Angeles. 505 Games also has European offices in the UK, and distribution partners around the world.

“505 Games is proud to partner with Michael Phelps to create innovative new game play experiences that celebrate active lifestyles, the spirit of competition and the inspirational dream of becoming a champion,” said Adam Kline, president of 505 Games U.S. “Through swimming, Michael has become an international superstar and role model for people of all ages. With 505 Games’ global reach, we look forward to leveraging the powerful digital entertainment medium to bring Michael’s passion for sports and competition to new audiences around the world.”

Update: Head past the break for the official press release

Rockstar Games has revealed the official release date for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the DS. The game will launch in North America March 17 of next year. Europe will follow just a few days after on March 20.

“Rockstar Leeds have once again created a game that far exceeds our standard for deep and innovative entertainment. “We are incredibly excited to share this enormous and uncompromising Grand Theft Auto experience with DS fans.” Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games.

Dec. 15, 2008

Wii-kly Update

Two WiiWare Games and One Virtual Console Game Added to Wii Shop Channel

Time may be getting tight for holiday shoppers, but the selection and excitement at the Wii™ Shop Channel just keeps on growing. There’s no simpler way to access a brilliant variety of new and classic games, and they’re all available for download directly to your Wii console—no ribbons or wrapping paper required. This week’s additions bring a fresh mix of challenges for new and experienced players to enjoy: Slay a dragon in the season finale of Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People, solve a multiplayer puzzle or race the clock on an arcade-style motorbike course.

Nintendo adds new and classic games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are:

Wii Software 2009

* Chrysler Classic Racing (ZOO) 9 Jan 2009
* Jeep Thrills (formerly Let’s Off Road) (ZOO) -9 Jan 2009
* Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune (ZOO) – 16 Jan 2009
* Skate City Heroes (ZOO) – 16 Jan 2009
* Story Hour Adventures (ZOO) – 16 Jan 2009
* Story Hour Fairy Tales (ZOO) – 16 Jan 2009
* NeoPets Puzzle Adventure (Capcom) – 23 Jan 2009
* Twin Strike: Operation Thunder (ZOO) – Jan 2009
* Riding Stables (dtp young entertainment) – Jan 2009
* Music Party (dtp young entertainment) – Jan 2009
* Ultimate Band (Capcom)- 5 Feb 2009
* NEW PLAY CONTROL! Pikmin (Nintendo)- 6 Feb 2009

Latest EDGE review scores

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The latest EDGE review scores are as follows:

Prince of Persia (360, PC, PS3) 5
Last Remnant (360, PS3) 5
Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (DS) 6
You’re in the Movies (360) 6
Lips (360) 6
Patapon 2 (PSP) 5
LocoRoco 2 (PSP) 7
Armored Core For Answer (360, PS3) 7
Crash Commando (PSN) 6
Astro Tripper (PC/PSN) 7
Thunder Force VI (PS2) 7
Rock Revolution (PS3, 360) 3
Skate It (Wii) 4
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Wii) 6

GTI Club+ (PSN) 6
Sonic Unleashed (360, PS3) 6

Game of the Year

Gears of War 2
Grand Theft Auto IV
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
Fallout 3
LittleBigPlanet

Best Independent Game

World of Goo
PixelJunk Eden
Braid
Audiosurf

Studio of the Year

Media Molecule
Rockstar North
Harmonix
Bethesda Game Studios

Big Name in the Game Female

Dame Judi Dench as “M”
Eliza Dushku As “Shaundi”
Liv Tyler As “Betty Ross”
Jenny McCarthy As “Tanya”

A few months ago, it was confirmed that a new Tales of mothership game was in the works and that it would be heading to the Wii. The first trailer was expected to be released soon, but it looks as though it has been leaked. Take a look at it below!