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Nintendo Wii has been a great system thus far but it has been severely lacking in the demo department, meaning it doesn’t have anything. Apparently the newest issue of Nintendo Power Magazine is asking gamers if we would like to see demos on their 5th system and I would imagine that collectively we would all answer with a resounding “YES”!
Make it happen Nintendo!
Adventure fans unite; there is a new game headed to Wii and DS and it looks pretty decent. Here is a quote from the good guys at Cubed3 about the title:
Telling emotionally captivating stories is the declared aim of Daedalic Entertainment. At this year’s Games Convention the publisher has unveiled its first internally developed project. A New Beginning is a cinematic, interactive eco-thriller. In the classic adventure game an impending global climate cataclysm threatens the world, in a story ripped from today’s headlines, dealing with the defining issue of our time. At locations all around the globe, players will have to try and stem the tide – with the whole world hanging in the balance.
Daedalic Entertainment will present A New Beginning exclusively at this year’s Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany (22nd-25th August) to international press and trade visitors and is set for a Q4 2008 release.
Keep it here gamers, the next couple of days should be good.
This title is being brought to you by the good guys over at Hudson Soft. Volleyball, Badminton, Soccer, Basketball, archery and much more are planned for the title and if done right, this could be the “next Wii Sports”. Online would be nice Hudson and Nintendo….
The game is scheduled for release before the end of the year in Japan. What do you guys think?
A few tidbits of info have come up concerning WiiWare. The following comes from the good guys over at GoNintendo:
- First titles to focus on puzzle, educational genres- Nintendo will help to publish titles for small developers
- Pricing is expected to be under $10, but nothing official has been stated yet
- Future WiiWare titles will encompass various genres, as well as bigger projects
Personally I cannot wait until this channel come out. I am keeping my fingers crossed for a holiday release but I think it will be released next year. What do you guys think?