-pretty much just a port of the Dreamcast 2 and Xbox 3. 60fps though
-stretched at 16:9
-new exclusive mode for one of the games, info next week
Sega Superstar Tennis
-actually looks pretty good
-at 60fps. chugs a bit during some of the minigames.
-really just like virtua tennis with the Wii remote and Sega characters
-DS game not as elaborate as the console games, barebones even, but still pretty solid
-no online for Wii or DS
-good if you’re bored with Wii Sports
Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword
-Craig doesn’t think it will do well.
-pretty darn fun
-Matt surprised how much he liked it.
-they’re all pretty confident that it’ll be good.
Mario Kart Wii
-visuals: not very pretty
-low poly, shiny texture passover, 60fps, great sense of speed, FUN
-played it for 10 minutes, didn’t really get the hang of it
-More analog than digital compared to excite truck
-finding the center is the biggest problem
-lots of opportunity for boost
-boost is changed to destroy snaking, works quite a bit
-2p split screen online
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King is the new official name of the FF:CC Wii Ware game coming to the States with the Wii Ware launch! …
February 2007, London United Kingdom – February sees London-based company Wrapstar celebrating the launch of their revolutionary range of skins for Wii Nunchuk and remote.The high-tech skins will be available for the first time in two special four-packs, Fusion and Invasion.Each pack contains four unique skins for Wii Nunchuk and remote only. Priced at £9.99 each, Fusion and Invasion packs are certain to be snapped up, particularly as one Wrapstar skin usually costs from £4.99.
Wrapstar Managing Director Max Haddow says, “These skins are much more high-tech as we have had to incorporate the intricate layout of the Wii Nunchuk and remote and allow for this in our cuttings.”
General podcast info
– Peer, Eduardo, Fran on podcast
– Matt out “sick”
– 3 days straight playing SSBB, including Eduardo
– Podcast mainly about Smash
– Peer thinks original Smash Bros should have been rated higher
– Nintendo thought Smash Bros. 64 was too violent – changed some things for NA version (sound effects)
We reported about this story a few days ago. This is taken from an local TV stations which is covering the story:
These are taken from inpressions from the World Hobby fair. Thanks for Brawl central for gathering all the info.