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Xensory Games Announces the Release of the World’s First Multiplayer Flash Game for the Wii Internet Channel

Winston-Salem, NC – July 31, 2007 – Xensory Games is proud to announce the release of the first Flash game for the Wii Internet Channel to support four-way multiplayer game …
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Introducing the Wii Blaster!!
13 years ago

Introducing the Wii Blaster!!

By  •  Wii

To some disappointment, the Wii Zapper didn’t have the feel and comfortability that some had hoped.  Well now there is possibly a new sheriff …
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No More Heroes Details
13 years ago

No More Heroes Details

By  •  Wii

  • Travis’ Beam Katana can deflect incoming bullets
  • Batteries need to be collected to power the Beam Katana
  • If batteries are nowhere to be found, you can give your …
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Alone in the Dark Confirmed for Wii, DS

By  •  Wii
  • DS version based on console versions
  • Wii version – Wiimote controls camera, aims and shoots your weapon, and use various objects found in the game. Nunchuck moves your character

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EA Announces ‘Family Play’
13 years ago

EA Announces ‘Family Play’

By  •  Wii

EA has just announced ‘Family Play’ for their upcoming wave of sports titles.  Family Play allows anybody to easily play any EA Sports by simply using the Wiimote.  It …
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Madden, Tiger, NBA Live Wii details

By  •  Wii

Madden ’08 Wii

  • Developed by E.A. Vancouver and EA Tiburon—same as previously
  • All classic modes plus new Front Office Mode (Club management)
  • Exclusive Wii Party Mode (Also for …
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Wiimote D-pad Analog Cover
13 years ago

Wiimote D-pad Analog Cover

By  •  Wii

Once again I think this is only out in Japan so far.

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Metroid Prime 3 Details from Media Summit!!
13 years ago

Metroid Prime 3 Details from Media Summit!!

By  •  Wii

The latest issue of Play Magazine has some details on Metroid Prime 3 Corruption, which the magazine got to demo last month.

CAUTION: Some Spoilers!!

No More Heroes details

By  •  Wii
  • new character named Holly Summers, ranked 6th in the UAA Ranking, missile as her left leg.
  • “I wanted to show this character as quickly as possible since it looks …
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Another Wii Charger
13 years ago

Another Wii Charger

By  •  Wii

I like this charger.  It has a USB plug in, so you can charge you Wiimotes by plugging your charger to your Wii USB slot.

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IGN Wii-k in Review Highlights 6/15

By  •  Wii
  • Pre E3 events happened this week. Good things on the way for E3
  • Project H.A.M.M.E.R. rumor still a rumor. Casamassina says that another company working on a more traditional …
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Canadian Sales Charts

By  •  Wii

Consoles

Wii – 37,300 DS – 35,900 PS2 – 18,200 PSP – 15,000 Xbox 360 – 12,300 PlayStation 3 – 6,500 Game Boy Advance – 6,100

Software

Pokemon Diamond–DS–Nintendo–24,900 Pokemon …
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Boogie details and Mic Pic
14 years ago

Boogie details and Mic Pic

By  •  Wii

– Region specific tracks most likely

– Video Maker mode will allow for use of 3d glasses, but it is not confirmed that they are included with the game

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Raving Rabbids 2 Details

By  •  Wii
  • 60 brand new minigames
  • 8 different Wiimote control methods
  • 5 locations must be saved from Rabbids including United States, Europe, and Asia.
  • More customization: 110 objects available to dress …
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Project Rygar for Wii, Exclusive
14 years ago

Project Rygar for Wii, Exclusive

By  •  Wii

“New Hero, New Enemies, Swing Action, Wii-Exclusive”

No game footage is shown in the trailer, only character art and other concept work. But it’s for the Wii! …
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More Simpsons Game Details
14 years ago

More Simpsons Game Details

By  •  Wii

Here are some new details for the Simpsons Game:

  • Storyline will center around getting sucked into a video game
  • EA plans to mock their own titles
  • One extra …
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Review: Sonic and the Secret Rings
14 years ago

Review: Sonic and the Secret Rings

By  •  Wii

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Sonic and the Secret Rings for the Wii sets out to change people’s minds about the Sonic franchise for next-gen systems. Just a few months before the Secret Rings release, SEGA released Sonic the Hedgehog for 360 and PS3 which received a critical reception. Reviews were abysmal for the game and people thought the Sonic franchise had lost its luster since making the 3D transition.

When you first play Secret Rings, you’ll notice a totally different storyline and gameplay to that of its 360/PS3 counterpart. SEGA worked independently on this game and tried to build it from the ground-up on the Wii. The game takes advantage of the Wiimote for all of Sonic’s moves. Tilting left and right will make Sonic move side to side, and thrusting forward will allow Sonic to do a jump dash at enemies. The controls can feel slow and clunky at times, but they (surprisingly) get better as you progress through the game.

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The storyline is set in an Arabian Nights world complete with deserts and many other exotic locales. One of the first things you’ll notice about the story, is the number of cutscenes and voice-commentary that accompany it. The game allows you to skip all the cutscenes, but you can miss out on some important story items. The voice-acting is one of the worst in video games that I’ve heard. It was almost imperative for me to skip all the cutscenes since I couldn’t stand the voice actors or the dialogue. Also, the in-game music is the worst rock music I’ve heard and it repeats itself over and over throughout the menus. If you have a stereo or iPod handy, now’s the time to use them.

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