In a mere 3 days Wii owners everywhere will take the race online and blast it out with another fantastic Mario Kart title. Early reviews for the title are already promising (IGN gave it an 8.5 and 1up gave it a respectable B+), so it’s no doubt gamers everywhere will be flocking to their local gaming pub to pick up the game.
While we have to sit here and wait, (very impatiently I may add), I was wondering what your plans were for the games release. Personally I will probably be racing online with a lot of you from our forums page, but if you aren’t a member yet (you should be ashamed of yourself for not joining our awesome community), what are your plans?
3 days gamers…3 days!
I’ll be honest, I am not too crazy about this title but I do applaud the developer for re-energizing a 1,000 year old game. Take a gander at the first images of Monopoly below:
Many more here!
Quick Update: Football fans rejoice, the cover boy of this year’s Madden game will be non other than the recently retired, Bret Favre. The announcement will apparently be made when Favre appears on David Letterman later tonight so be sure to look out for that.
Great choice in my professional opinion.
Check out these pics of the changes that Capcom did to the cover
Get stoked Spider-Fans! The first juicy details, art and trailer for the all-new upcoming Spider-Man video game, “Spider-Man: Web of Shadows”, have surfaced and the buzz is hot! The new game, brought to you by the Spidey video game veterans at Treyarch and Activision slams onto all major platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP, Nintendo DS, Wii and PC!
Fire up your Wii’s gamers because we’re going to need it early next month! Apparently the Everyone’s Nintendo channel will also be launching next month alongside the much anticipated WiiWare channel. Check out some details below and test those internet connections!
– Being called the ‘Nintendo Channel’
– Due out next month, alongside WiiWare (not confirmed whether it will be same day or not)
– if you play a WiiWare title for at least an hour, you can review the game on the Nintendo Channel
– reviews are up for anyone to read
– Nintendo Channel is free to download
– all features from the Japanese version should hit the North American version
Here’s a quick observation…I just got back from my local Gamestop (a co-worker just pre-ordered WiiFit) and I noticed that the Nintendo Wii has a TON of games. M&M’s racing, Harvey Birdman, Some odd title that retailed for 12.99, Kaboki, Jet Ski racing and many more (I can’t remember many of the odd titles I spotted) that filled the Wii wall chalk full of titles.
Has anyone else noticed just how many titles the Wii has? Do you think that this helps system sales or makes us gamers grow mad with the amount of “Weird” titles available for the system…. Just an observation.
I think I know what I want for my birthday this year; the following image of the day! Enjoy gamers, and don’t drool too much.
Rank (Last) – Game Name (System)
1 (1) – Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)
2 (2) – Super Mario Bros. (NES)
3 (3) – Mario Kart 64 (N64)
4 (5) – Super Mario World (SNES)
5 (6) – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)
6 (4) – Cruis’n USA (N64)
7 (7) – Punch-Out!!! (NES)
8 (9) – The Legend of Zelda (NES)
9 (8) – Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)
10 (11) – Super Mario 64 (N64)
11 (10) – Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (N64)
12 NEW – River City Ransom (NES)
13 (12) – Star Fox 64 (N64)
14 (13) – Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
15 (14) – Pac-Man (NES)
16 (17) – Paper Mario (N64)
17 (16) – Pokemon Snap (N64)
18 (15) – Donkey Kong (NES)
19 (19) – The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
20 (18) – Kirby’s Adventure (NES)
Do you agree with the list?
Epic President Mike Capps had some rather interesting words for the Nintendo Wii, stating that it spreads like a virus, but then “nobody turns it on.” Check out a quote from the article below:
In a recent interview with IGN, Epic Games President Michael Capps shared his viewpoint on
Nintendo’s Wii console. He acknowledges Nintendo’s fabulous success, but he also expresses great disappointment in the Wii.
If you want to read the rest of the article, make sure you click here.