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First Nintendo attractions at Universal Studios set to open by 2020 [News]
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In Japan you can now purchase standalone Wii U Gamepads [Wii U]
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News Nintendo of America Store Offering Refurbished Super Mario 3D World Wii U Bundle at a Handsome Price
Mario Kart 8 for $33, too
Round Up Wii U Launch Window Games
Wallets at the ready
Rumour Nintendo to Launch "Wii Select" Budget Range
Coincides with console price drop
News Shin'en Introduce Jett Rocket for WiiWare
Shin'en announce their next WiiWare project, taking to the skies with Jett Rocket
News Cosmonaut Take The Plunge With "Dive"
Dive: The Medes Islands Secret will be the second WiiWare title from Spanish developer Cosmonaut Games (5 Spots Party)
News Ashes Cricket 2009 Still On The Cards For an NTSC Release?
Codemasters is aware of international interest; release outside of PAL territories is 'being discussed' internally
Interviews Red Steel 2 Developer Videos
Ubisoft throw us a bone with some excellent insight videos into the upcoming Red Steel 2 for Wii.
News Beat the Aussies from August 7th!
No-one takes Cricket more seriously than the English and Australians, decide the outcome of the Ashes with Codemasters Ashes Cricket 2009 set for release on August 7th.
News Introducing Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing
SEGA to try their hand at Mario Kart with Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing powering our way in early 2010 on Wii, DS, PS3 and Xbox 360.
News Wii To Finally Line Up At The Crease
Codemasters announce a long awaited Wii Cricket game in the form of Ashes Cricket 2009 will be released later this year.
News Oh my, LEGO Rock Band!
Warner, TT Games and Harmonix join forces to bring you the latest in the new cross-over genre of LEGO and music - LEGO Rock Band!