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hope for aids

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nintendo’s charity event, glaser pediatric aids foundation gathered many a list celeberties such as rachel bilson and christian slater to play with ds lites and the new super mario …
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australians love their lites!

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the ds lite is making mad cheddar in the land of down under. MAD CHEDDAR! nintendo is beating out sony in handheld sales. even the gba is close …
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thE worLd of thE BITS intrigue?

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i just watched the latest trailer of elebits, an upcoming game for the wii, developed by konami. the video depicts and introduces elebits, which are creatures that originated from …
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time: gadget of the week

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time has been giving nintendo good press as of late, with the wii and now the dslite. if nintendo keeps getting free press how much will they get when …
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latest japanese software update

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1. New Super Mario Bros. – NDS – 244.882 – (1.478.608) 2. Pachislot Kouryaku Series Vol.5 – PS2 – 100.967 – (100.967) 3. More DS Brain Training – NDS – …
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ubisoft bringin more wii love

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This is great news for anyone eagerly anticipating the Wii launch. Ubisoft has sent word to American retailers that they will be releasing 5, count ’em FIVE, games in …
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mana game coming to the wii?

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squareenix developers of franchises such as final fantasy, and dragon quest recently trademarked a new mana game called, “friends of mana,” on may 27. this may be a squel to …
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Namco set to unveil new tales game next week.
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Namco set to unveil new tales game next week.

By  •  Wii

tales of symphonia was a major success and im banking on tales of the tempest to be HUGE since the following of the dslite is abnormally awsome. the company’s …
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egm wii rumors

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egm is stating in its latest article that some developers are “ditching” ps3 development in favor of wii. Reasons include high priceing and wii’s E3 showing last may.

The …
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