Here are some brand new scans of Blue Dragon in action. Funny thing- my 360 copy is still in its shrink wrap begging to be played. Regardless, I am pleased that this game is coming to DS and maybe with this handheld counterpart, yours truly will play it faster than my other copy. Enjoy:
Quick Update: Are you ready to make good on your New Years resolution gamers?? If so, click here and check out the official web-page of EA’s new fitness title EA Sports Active. Personally I am very intrigued by the game and am very eager to hear more of what this title has to offer. It seems like its going to be every bit better than Nintendo’s own Wii Fit and should give the Wii another advantage in the “casual” market.
I truly believe if this title is marketed right, this game can surpass even the mighty Wii Fit. Your thoughts?
Football fans rejoice- apparently EA is giving football gamers more bang for their Wii dollar and will be releasing the popular college franchise on a Wii system near you. Typically the Wii isn’t held as the true “Sports Console” but it is nice to see EA supporting this generations #1 seller with all genres of games.
Madden looked fun so why not NCAA?? Mark this one down as a rumor for now gamers….
Let me start out by saying Happy New Year to all of you avid Game On Nintendo followers. For those of you who don’t remember me (yea right)…It is I Kmaxx and I am bringing you a review of the EA title Hasbro Family Game Night for the Wii. How many times have you been sitting around the living room going I want to play a board game but don’t feel like pulling it out and setting it up? Well be lazy no more EA has put together a good compilation of Hasbro board games. The games included with this title are: Boggle, Battle Ship, Sorry, Sorry Sliders, Connect 4, and Yahtzee. Your MC for this game is none other than Mr. Potato Head. Each game has 3 variations of play for that game and if you have no one in the house to play with don’t worry you can always count on the computer to be there to give you some competition.
As you win games you unlock different items for your room. Even if you lose games if you manage to do certain things you still can unlock different items for your room. The best part of this whole game experience is you don’t have to fight about who will be cleaning the games up. I give this game 7 out of 10. This is Kmaxx Signing off and saying “the return is upon us and things are about to go back to the way they were.” Have fun and I suggest getting this game!
Peering unto today’s image of the day makes me truly wonder what Nintendo should/could do with the Zelda franchise. How sweet would it be if we got a gritty but cartoony, top down Zelda in the vein of the DS and SNES versions of the remarkable franchise?
Edge, the gaming publication not the wrestler, has recently made a list of what they consider to be the most promising Wii titles for 2009 and I have to say we wholeheartedly agree with their list. Check it out gamers and make sure you click here and check out a list of our own. Here it is:
Wii Sports Resort
House of the Dead: Overkill
Monster Hunter 3 (tri-)
Fatal Frame IV
Muramasa: The Demon Blade
Sin and Punishment 2
Last week we ran a contest giving you all a chance to win a FREE VC game of choice and all you had to do was leave us a comment under our story “Top 5 surprises of 2008“. Congrats to Aaron for being our new contest winner. You can read his quality comment after the break. For all of those keeping count, ONLY 3 PEOPLE entered so your chances of winning were pretty darn good.
Any news regarding Wii’s highly anticipated shooter “The Conduit” is good news in my opinion. The title is being heralded as Wii’s “ultimate FPS” shooter experience and has really turned heads since its debut. Below is a brand new scan of the game in action and is taken from the latest issue of Nintendo Power magazine.