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Data Design Announce Six Wii Ports

Posted by Anthony Dickens

Data Design Interactive gain publisher status for Wii, 12 games planned with the first 6 due out this year.

The English developer turned publish Data Design Interactive have today announced its schedule for releasing content on Wii's system, they seem extremely pleased with themselves gaining publisher status from Nintendo, the first six games detailed below to be released this year.

"Billy the Wizard
It’s no fairytale when there’s an evil force around. Use your magical spells to attack evil dragons that have taken over the skies above ‘The Wizards Castle’. Or take part in the sorcerer’s ultimate challenge as you race alongside other wizards in the enchanting Broomstick Grand Prix.

Myth Makers Super Kart GP
Fantastic friendly fun and mad cartoon racing, rolled into lots of exciting challenges against characters, with unique abilities. Challenge your friends to leagues, cups or time trails or face a solo challenge to try to defeat the evil Mumbra.

Anubis II
The evil spirit has risen again and taken physical form. A ‘Pharaohs Curse’ has been placed over the fastest, strongest and most poisonous of Egypt’s inhabitants. The Gods have called on the only warrior that could rid the sands of these evil monsters and return peace to Egypt… The mighty Anubis.

Ninjabread Man
Candy Land is under attack! This once sweet and tasty land has been taken over by hordes of snapping Cup Cakes, Angry Bees and Jelly Monsters. Only one man can stop this evil army of monster cakes. He’s one tough cookie; a guy that won’t crumble under the pressure...... ’Ninjabread Man’ is here!

Monster Trux Extreme
This is the super-charged turbo-driven world of Monster Trux Extreme - you and your friends will be racing huge V8 powered Monster Trucks around rugged terrain, including islands and volcanoes. Race well and earn prize money, which you can use to unlock extra Trucks, levels and bonus features.

Elviz: Rock N Roll Adventures
Bash and Trash crazed instruments with Elviz's legendary guitar, or strum those strings for a bolt of Sonic Power to blast away Deadly Drums, Run, Push, Swipe and Jump your way through the massive levels with moving objects, intelligent enemies and hidden rooms! Its time to ROCK N ROLL!"

Okay, so its not like I've even heard of these games before today, but its good that Wii is getting its share of the 3rd party market, this is exactly the reason the PS2 was so successful.

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User Comments (4)

DazzaAdmin

#1

Dazza said:

Urgh, these games look terrible! PS2 was successful because it had GREAT 3rd party games like GTA, Metal Gear, Devil May Cry. These look like the weekly crap being pushed on XBLA, no thanks!

DamoAdmin

#3

Damo said:

Ninjabread man is out on the PS2 as well, looks like a laugh but I wouldn't pay anything more than £20 for it.

NovemberJoy

#4

NovemberJoy said:

So, I'm not even going to look at these games. Terrible controls, a camera controlled by a guy who had one too many drinks, hideous graphics, completely forgettable music, and paper-thin game length and gameplay. Rock N Roll Adventures and Ninjabread Man actually have only a tutorial and about 3 levels.

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