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Interview: Broken Rules Talks About Chasing Aurora and Being Early on Wii U

Broken Rules Talks About Chasing Aurora and Being Early on Wii U

Taking flight on Nintendo's new system

Chasing Aurora is an eye-catching Wii U eShop title that's scheduled to arrive in November. While its art style immediately grabs attention, we wanted to know more about it, especially as it's only a matter of weeks away. We got in touch with developer Broken Rules and spoke to its man Martin Pichlmair about...

Interview: Nigoro on La-Mulana's Cancellation

Nigoro on La-Mulana's Cancellation

What happened?

Those waiting for La-Mulana's WiiWare release were left disappointed recently when publisher Nicalis cancelled the game's western launch. Nicalis cited problems with low sales of the WiiWare platform and a protracted development period, leaving no current route overseas for the 2D platformer and developer Nigoro. We spoke to...

Interview: MonkeyPaw Games - BurgerTime World Tour

MonkeyPaw Games - BurgerTime World Tour

Developer talks classic arcade update

With the upcoming release of Burgertime World Tour on the WiiWare service, we thought now might be a good time to get in touch with MonkeyPaw Games and attempt to gain some new information on the title. John Greiner, president of MonkeyPaw Games, was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to sit down and answer some of our pressing questions. You can..

News: Sakamoto says Metroid: Other M is a "Perfect Metroid Experience"

Sakamoto says Metroid: Other M is a "Perfect Metroid Experience"

The wait is nearly over

It's been a long wait for Metroid: Other M, but within a few weeks we'll finally know whether or not it's an excellent outing for the bounty hunter. Metroid creator Yoshio Sakamoto certainly seems to think so, even going so far as to say it's the perfect Metroid experience in an interview with Official Nintendo Magazine. But what is Mr Sakamoto's idea of the perfect..

News: Jett Rocket's Return May Not be in Platform Form

Jett Rocket's Return May Not be in Platform Form

Shin'en interview hints at branching out

Graphically resplendent and rather enjoyable WiiWare platformer Jett Rocket has been making waves since landing in June, and those who've clocked the adventure may have already seen this closing screen that hints at a reappearance for the jumpsuited Jett. Well, don't expect to see him repeating his platforming antics in the next title as Shin'en's Project..

News: Shu Takumi Talks Ghost Trick, Ace Attorney

Shu Takumi Talks Ghost Trick, Ace Attorney

Would love to see a 3DS Phantom Detective

Recently, PlanetDS.de published an interview with Shu Takumi, a creative director at Capcom who's working on Ghost Trick and whose past projects include the first four Phoenix Wright titles. In it, he discusses his excitement with Phantom Detective: I swear none of you have ever seen anything like it...

News: Kingdom Hearts DS Release Re:coded to Tease 3DS Title

Kingdom Hearts DS Release Re:coded to Tease 3DS Title

Nomura tells all!

According to a recent interview with Square Enix director Tetsuya Nomura, the 3DS Kingdom Hearts game will be a brand new adventure in which characters Soru and Riku explore worlds previously unforeseen in the series (no Pixar characters, though). If you want any more tidbits, though, it might do you well to check out the upcoming...

News: 3DS Online Content to Push, Not Pull

3DS Online Content to Push, Not Pull

In new Nintendo console, the games come to you

There are still no hard-and-fast facts about how the 3DS's shop will function, but several recent interviews with Satoru Iwata have revealed a potential sea change in thinking at Nintendo's highest level: as well as Mr Iwata's post-E3 comments that the console could support video chat, a discussion with the company's investors has revealed a little..

News: Suda 51 Interested in Killer7 Sequel, No Plans for NMH3

Suda 51 Interested in Killer7 Sequel, No Plans for NMH3

Travis's story done but perhaps Harman Smith's isn't

Our good friends over at Cubed3 recently snagged an interview with Suda51 of No More Heroes fame, probing him about any upcoming projects on the horizon from his Grasshopper Manufacture team. Although he didn't confirm any new projects he did lay down some tantalising hints, including his desire to return to cult GameCube and PlayStation 2..

News: Don't Worry, You May Get More 2D Metroids

Don't Worry, You May Get More 2D Metroids

"Certainly possible", says Yoshio Sakamoto

As promising as Metroid: Other M looks, not everybody is happy with the direction the series has taken: some would be happier with a straightforward 2D Samus adventure like the days of old. Their prayers may not be falling on deaf ears either, as Metroid overlord Yoshio Sakamoto has hinted the flat...

News: Dive: The Medes Islands Secret "Like an Underwater Metroid," Says Developer

Dive: The Medes Islands Secret "Like an Underwater Metroid," Says Developer

Comparison holds water, no multiplayer due to size limits

Intriguing concepts on WiiWare are ten-a-penny – or, in US dollars, a dime-a-dozen – but the idea of setting a platformer entirely underwater is a new one on us, and new comparisons to classic Nintendo platform-shooter Metroid pretty much earmark Dive: The Medes Islands Secret as one to watch out for. Speaking to Nintendo World Report,..

News: An In-Depth Look at Dive: The Medes Island Secret

An In-Depth Look at Dive: The Medes Island Secret

Designer dives into the game's details with dswii.es

Recently, DSWii.es sat down with José A. Giacomelli of Cosmonaut Games to talk about its upcoming WiiWare release, Dive: The Medes Island Secret. Among the topics discussed were the dynamics of a platformer based underwater, the length of gameplay (ten non-linear levels clocking in at an estimated total six hours), the graphical qualities of the..

Hands On: 2010 FIFA World Cup

2010 FIFA World Cup

We go hands on with EA's upcoming footie title and chat with producer Tristan Jackson

Last week, Nintendo Life headed over to EA's UK headquarters for a kick-about with their impending blockbuster 2010 FIFA World Cup. With the world's biggest sporting tournament only a few months away, gamers have been keen to see how they can grab a slice of World Cup glory from their living rooms, and from what..