Normally I don’t post new screens of the ultra popular Smash Bros. Brawl because Kmaxx was nice enough to grab all the RSS feeds from the site and put it on our right side bar; however, I would like to share with all of you the amazing new screens of a title that will for sure blow the roof off Nintendo Wii this winter.
The following screens below are taken from a new stage based on the crazy Wario Ware titles and man do they look phenomenal! I have fallen in love with the art style and will be playing on this stage non-stop. What do you guys think?
The good guys over at Codenamerevolution have posted a list of Wi-Fi titles that are headed to Nintendo Wii so I thought I would be nice and share that quality information with you! Here is the list:
Pokemon Battle Revolution (June 25th, 2007)
Mario Strikers Charged (July 30th, 2007)
Madden NFL 08 (August 14th, 2007)
Hooked! Real Motion Fishing (September 3rd, 2007)
MLB Power Pros (October 1st, 2007)
FIFA 08 (October 9th, 2007)
NBA Live 08 (October 9th, 2007)
Battalion Wars 2 (October 29th, 2007)
Endless Ocean (October 29th, 2007)
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (October 29th, 2007)
Octopuzzle (October 2007)
Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 (November 6th, 2007)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (November 13th, 2007)
Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 (November 13th, 2007)
Geometry Wars: Galaxies (November 2007)
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (December 3rd, 2007)
Trauma Center: New Blood (Winter 2007)
Ghost Squad (TBA 2007)
Mario Kart Wii (Q1 2008)
Worms: A Space Oddity (Spring 2008)
Monster Lab (June 2008)
Civilization Revolution (Fall 2008)
NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams (TBA 2007/2008)
Quick Update: THQ and Team 17 have announced that Worms: A Space Oddity is in development exclusively for the Wii with online multiplayer support for up to four players!
The game is scheduled for a Spring 2008 released and the game has been inspired by classic science fiction with a war that has raged across six plannets.
Worms+Online= Must purcahse for Game ON! What do you guys think?
Check out the pictures below gamers and let me know what you see… Do you guys notice anything cool at all? It appears that you can deck out Samus’ ship with bumper stickers (by purchasing them with the Metroid tokens you earn throughout the game); what’s cool about the bumper stickers is that they are actually based on exisiting titles that are saved on your system.
HUGE props to PWN for the following:
Gamefront.de is reporting that Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony, Capcom and Sega are eager to show off their upcoming surprises before the event in Tokyo next month.
As a result they will be holding private events (listing below) starting from tomorrow up until the Tokyo Game Show.
31.08.07: Capcom Game Private Show
04.09.07: Sony Meeting, november lineup
05.09.07: Nintendo Private Show : October-December lineup
W/c first or second September week: Microsoft meeting
14.09.07: Sega Strategy Meeting
Now why would Nintendo be so eager to show off their stuff before E3? Let’s all remember that Reggie did say there may be a surprise in September… Let the speculation begin!
For all of those who are looking to stream their iTunes music into the Nintendo Wii look no further; A free application called Dot.Tunes publishes your iTunes library to the internet, allowing you (or anyone else with the password) to stream music from your home computer.
How it works: The application apparently turns your iTunes library into a SQL database and serves it over the web from your home computer using an Ajax front-end and multiple layers of security, but all you need to know is how to download and install the program.
The software is free, but if you want to access your tunes from other devices, it will cost you. You will need to purchase plug ins in order for you to stream them to your Wii and other devices. For example if you wanted to access your iTunes from your iPhone or Nintendo Wii, you will need to purchase a plug-in ($20- iPhone $10 – Wii)
Anyone out there plan on purchasing?