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January 23, 2009

Nintendo 64 returns to the Virtual Console

The VC update for today brings us Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64, and Wonder Boy in Monsterland for the SEGA Master System. Mario Golf is just as the name implies, golf with various Mario characters (Including new characters Plum, Sonny, Harry, Maple,...
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January 22, 2009

New Play Control: Mario Power Tennis to be released in March

Rejoice, Mario Tennis fans, as one month following the release of the first New Play Control title (Pikmin) on February 26th; Mario Power Tennis will be landing in stores across Australia on March 26th. The game was originally released on GameCube to ...
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January 22, 2009

Nintendo Australia tells us how well they did in 2008

The figures leaked yesterday, but Nintendo Australia just wants to make sure we know how well they did last year. You know, in case we forget how wealthy and successful they are. Not only was the Nintendo DS the best selling console of 2008, but it no...
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January 22, 2009

Mario and Sonic to put their ski boots for the Winter Olympics

With the continued sales of the last games, it seems that Mario and Sonic will again be teaming up for some Olympic sports. Instead of the smoggy filled arena in China, they will be in the brisk air of Canada at the Winter Olympics. Spanish Nintendo M...
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January 22, 2009

Capcom Europe assures Aussies no delays to big games

While theyre not all Nintendo games, we thought it would be better to let every self respecting gamer know that despite the troubles with Red Ant, Capcom Europe assures us that no delays should occur to their upcoming release schedule. These include S...
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January 21, 2009

‘New’ Mario Kart comes from unexpected Source

The Source engine, created by Valve Corporation in 2004, has been one of the most successful videogame engines ever. As a result, there has been a vibrant mod community for the engine since day one. In the past, Nintendo 64 games have been popular to ...
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January 21, 2009

Aussie New Play Control! Pikmin to feature reversible covers too

Pikmin had a great box art, but in the process of bringing it to the Wii, Nintendo has seen fit to stick it in a box covered with some gaudy Wii branding. While the people Nintendo are aiming the New Play Control! range at (those who never played it t...
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January 21, 2009

Casual Smasual, Sega wants the hardcore crowd

In a time where casual games are both easy and profitable, most companies choose to develop them by the barrel load. Sega however is sticking to what they know best (arguably), which is the hardcore. Segas Alan Pritchard points to the success of Red S...
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January 21, 2009

n-Space’s Winter yet to find a publisher

The survival horror genre has become more action orientated in recent years. It was this frustration that forced n-Space to develop Winter. Winter seems like the type of game most would be afraid to play alone...or at least with the lights off. While...
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January 20, 2009

Local Distributor Red Ant in trouble?

Local Distributor Red Ant appears to be in financial trouble with the company falling into receivership. This is by no means a death spell as EzyDVD have proven, but it does mean that something is amok. Red Ant are the local distributor of Capcom, Bet...
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January 20, 2009

Atari has Ninja fever, Mini Ninja fever

A new game has been announced by Atari and it involves Ninjas, Mini Ninjas! The title will be released on Nintendo Wii , Nintendo DS as well as PC (windows), PS3 and Xbox 360 for Spring 2009 (American). Niels Jrgensen, General Manager of Io Interactiv...
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January 20, 2009

Nintendo welcomes you to the family

Christmas brought in a lot of new customers to the three gaming giants customer base, none more so then Nintendo. In that spirit Kotaku has asked all of the companies to give a message to their new customers and welcome them to the Nintendo/Sony/Micro...
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January 20, 2009

Video Games close in on $2 Billion down under, Wii tops a million

Economic Slowdown? What economic slowdown? says the local video game industry with a total of $1.96 billion dollars being made in the last financial year. This total is made even more impressive as its an increase of 47 percent over 2007. Hardware wi...
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January 19, 2009

Disney Think Fast! (Wii) Review

Disney’s Think Fast is an entertaining, but bare-bones trivia game which caters well to its target audience of younger gamers and their families. It features very simple and easy to understand gameplay, a decent variety of questions and an excel...
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January 18, 2009

YouTube for Television beta comes to Wii

Watching YouTube videos on the Wii Browser with a bunch of friends is a ton of fun, although its implantation currently just gives us the vanilla YouTube experience. But with YouTubes new for Television interface, things are changing. for Television a...
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