North America: 1. Wii Fit (Nintendo) 2. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo) 3. Rock Band Special Edition (EA Games) 4. Wii Play (Nintendo) 5. Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo)
I feel really bad for everyone in the Land Down Under. Smash Bros. Brawl just recently released in Australia, and I’m sure people are excited out of …
Nintendo Power has ranked what they believe to be the Top 20 games for all Nintendo consoles and handhelds. Do you have them all? ; )
1. The Legend of Zelda
2. Super Mario Bros. 3
3. Mega Man 2
4. Super Mario Bros.
6. Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out
8. Super Mario Bros. 2
9. Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse
10. Ninja Gaiden
11. Mega Man 3
12. Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
15. Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
16. Maniac Mansion
17. Bionic Commando
18. Dragon Warrior IV
19. Final Fantasy
20. Kid Icarus
24th June 2008, With summer now in full swing, Nintendo is set to up the temperature and let loose a selection of scorching new titles on to the Nintendo DS and Wii. Summer sees the return of numerous favourites and the debut of new exciting titles ensuring this season’s release schedule has something for everyone.
Hold on to your sun hats as the Wii Summer line-up kicks off with the return of the brawl, in the latest super-charged generation of Super Smash Bros. Brawl! Unleashed on 27 June 2008, Mario, Bowser, Zelda and numerous other Nintendo and third party gaming heroes will be found in the ring fighting for the title of ultimate brawler. With the fight taken online for the very first time, Super Smash Bros. Brawl is set to bring the fast, furious and frenetic world of the brawl to the masses!
If that wasn’t enough Wario makes his debut with his first dedicated adventure on Wii with Wario Land: The Shake Dimension. Nintendo’s most famous anti-hero is shaken and tilted to the very limit using the Wii’s innovative control system, bringing the magic of 2D platform adventure gaming to new and existing gamers everywhere from 26 September 2008.
Battle it out to prove you are the biggest and best brawler of them all at Gamestation Stores nationwide in the Super Smash Bros. Brawl Showdown
Pick your favourite character, choose your controller and get ready to jump into Nintendo’s biggest and baddest brawl ever! On 28th June, selected Gamestation stores nationwide will host the ‘Super Smash Bros. Brawl Showdown’. Be one of 64 players in each of our 20 chosen stores to battle it out not only to prove you are the biggest and best brawler of them all and be crowned a Super Smash champion, but to compete for the ultimate prize – a Samsung Home Entertainment Centre.
In order to be eligible to brawl, you’ll need to register online before the 21st June at www.gamestation.co.uk/supersmashshowdown – you’ll then be contacted by someone at Nintendo to confirm your entry into the tournament.
Here are just “Some” of the stats you can find with the new feture of the Nintendo Channel:
Super Mario Galaxy – played 5 million times at 25 hours per person.
Lostwinds – played 48,689 times at 3.4 hours per person.
Wii Sports – played 24 million hours at 33 hours per person. 21 million times played with 28 times per person
Wii Fit: Duration 20:37, 20.26 sessions
Wii Sports: Duration 30:00, over 28.44 sessions
Zelda 3: Duration 9:44, over 7.51 sessions (21,282 registered sales)
Zelda TP: Duration 50:10, over 21.36 sessions
No More Heroes: Duration 10:44, over 5.12 sessions
RE4 Wii: Duration 33:23, over 15.41 sessions
Umbrella Chronicles: Duration 14:54, over 8.61 sessions
Dr. Mario WiiWare: Duration 14:09, over 9.24 sessions (13,931 registered sales)
FF:CC My Life As A King: Duration 21:14, over 8.89 sessions (33,810 registered sales)
Star Soldier R: Not enough data/Data withheld
Everyone’s Pokemon Farm: Duration 8:03, over 17.98, but… 44,779 registered sales
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