Get Your Spend On…New Releases For Nintendo Products This Week

As we edge ever so closer to Christmas, more and more titles adorn our shiny white boxes…Anyone planning on purchasing any of the following games?

Mystery P.I. – Portrait of a Thief
Australia Zoo Quest
Dreamer: Horse Trainer
Dreamer: Puppy Trainer
Candace Kane’s Candy Factory

Rock Band 2
Summer Sports 2: Island Sports Party
Word Jong Party
Calvin Tucker’s Redneck Jamboree

Nintendo Wii: New Arc Rise Fantasia Scans

Words cannot describe how badly I want this title. I am really pumped up about this game and I am thankful it is headed to Wii. Arc Rise Fantasia looks like it has all the markings of a great RPG title so I am keeping my wiimote crossed for this one. Below are some brand new scans of the game in action. Check it out:

The Conduit, MadWorld and House of the Dead Playable at Comic Con

Hey gamers, if you plan on being in the NY are in the first week of February and want to play some Sega goodness, make sure you swing by Comic Con as you will be able to play some of their quality Wii titles. Check out the press release below:

We’re pleased to announce that SEGA will have a booth at New York Comic Con (, February 6-8, 2009 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. We’ll have demos of MADWORLD, The House of the Dead: Overkill, and The Conduit for everyone to experience. In addition, the development teams from PlatinumGames and High Voltage Software will be at the SEGA booth. And to take the fun over-the-top, there will be some special zombie surprises!

Demos of MadWorld and The Conduit, sign us up! Anyone planning on attending?

Konami, EA and Ubisoft Have Good Stuff in Store for Wii?

Here we go again; check out the quote below gamers and let the speculation begin. Apparently Konami, EA and Ubisoft all have something major planned for Wii very soon. I, for one, am extremely pleased to report this news and I am very eager to hear what these three companies have been cooking up for Wii. Check out the quote below:

“Wii owners can look forward to some exciting announcements from third-parties like Electronic Arts, Konami and Ubisoft. We know of at least two major EA and Konami IPs that Wii fans are going to flip over when they become official…”

What do you think it could be guys?