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News: Nintendo Announces Wii Line-Up For THE WORLD

Nintendo Announces Wii Line-Up For THE WORLD

North America, Europe and Japan get tentative release schedules

In case you were wondering about a release window for Metroid: Other M or any other Nintendo-published title, lo and behold, we have a list. Read with your eyes (or voice software) and mark your calendar with your hand (or voice software). Hey look, Japan is getting a Kirby game. North AmericaNew Super Mario Bros. Wii – Nov. 15,..

News: No US Plans For Black Wii

No US Plans For Black Wii

For the time being, at least.

So that totally cool black Wii that's set to release on August 1 in Japan? You know, the one bundled with Monster Hunter 3 Tri and a Classic Controller Pro? Yeah, it looks like it (officially) won't be coming Stateside any time soon. Speaking to GameDaily, a Nintendo America rep confirmed that they have "no plans to have other colors of Wii in the U.S." Awww..

News: Excitebots Crashes Out At Retail

Excitebots Crashes Out At Retail

What is wrong with the North American game-buying public?

Excitebots: Trick Racing is bloody good fun. In fact it's one of the best racers we've seen on the Wii so far, and should really be owned by every self-respecting Wii gamer. So why the heck has it sold such a pathetic number of copies? The game shifted a feeble 13,000 units in North American last month. Granted, it was only available for 10..

News: Nintendo DS: Over A Million Served In NA During April

Nintendo DS: Over A Million Served In NA During April

The plucky handheld is truly unstoppable

The world's economy might be in the dumps but that hasn't stopped Nintendo from selling hardware like it's going out of fashion. The company's massively successful DS range shifted 1.04 million units in the United States during the month of April. The DSi clocked up 827,000 sales while the older DS Lite scored 215,000. The DS range has now sold 30 million..

News: Muramasa: The Demon Blade Loses North American Publisher

Muramasa: The Demon Blade Loses North American Publisher

The NA fate of Vanillaware’s stunning 2D action title hangs in the balance

XSEED Games – the company that gave North American gamers the superb Retro Game Challenge – has announced that it will no longer be distributing Vanillaware’s upcoming 2D masterpiece Muramasa: The Demon Blade. The statement runs as follows: XSEED Games confirms that it is no longer involved with the North American..

News: No Fatal Frame IV for North America

No Fatal Frame IV for North America

Tecmo's survival-horror title denied a stateside release by Nintendo.

Wii-exclusive survival-horror title Fatal Frame IV: Mask Of The Lunar Eclipse has been out in Japan since late July. Co-developed by Tecmo (Ninja Gaiden, Dead Or Alive) and Grasshopper Manufacture (Killer7, Contact, No More Heroes) and published by Nintendo, many assumed a worldwide release was inevitable. An official statement..