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Nintendo Wii's last dance includes the tunes of a price cut and a collection of one of the best Wii games out there.
Gamers saw it coming, and Nintendo delivers. The gaming company has confirmed rumors, as they announced that they will be dropping Nintendo Wii’s price from $200 to $150 this May 15. Nintendo has also announced that they will be releasing Nintendo Selects, a collection of popular Wii games that is set for a release on the same date.
More details are available after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Is Xenoblade Chronicles really coming to the US? Unless the voice actor was on some kind of crack, it's definitely a yes.
When Nintendo Europe announced around a month ago that Xenoblade Chronicles will be hitting the region this year, fans from the US grew green with envy and wonder if (or when) the game will ship to American shores. Well perhaps US gamers may have something to cheer about as Peter Dickson, a voice actor working on the European version, hinted that it will certainly be hitting North America.
But he doesn’t particularly say when.Read the rest of the article »
So, what’s next after Wii?
The sales of Wiis consoles has decreased significantly as of 2010, with Nintendo selling only 15.1 million Wii units worldwide, compared to its previous sales of almost 90 million when the console was introduced in 2006.
According to a report by Mashable, the company also revealed its yearly financial results for 2010, marking a big drop in net profit — $825 million — which 66 percent less than in 2009.
Nintendo decided that this is a great time to announce the upcoming launch of a successor for Wii. The date of the launch is still undecided though, but the company gave its word to have a playable unit, and to provide more details and specifications with regards to the new Wii model at E3 Expo on the second week of June in Los Angeles.View Article Source »
Is Nintendo finally revealing its next gaming console this E3 2011? Let's hope so, because the Nintendo Wii is getting really old.
Official or unofficial, the Nintendo Wii is as good as gone, as it’s main competitors have caught up in the motion sensory department. So what’s next in-line for Nintendo’s wave of innovation, or what some would call it Nintendo’s gimmick train? Well, we’re about to find out soon, as rumors are brewing around the gaming industry halls that the company is set to unveil their new console at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 2011 from June 7 to June 11 in Los Angeles.
Game Informer has obtained information from anonymous sources that Nintendo’s new gaming console will make its much awaited debut at E3, or possibly even sooner. The sources shared that along with HD capabilities (finally), the new console will be an entirely new system from the Nintendo Wii.Read the rest of the article »
Xenoblade finally steps out of Japan and into Europe, while US territories may need to wait a little longer.
After almost a year of being an exclusive to Japan, action-based RPG – Xenosaga – finally flies outside the territories of the Rising Sun and into Europe, all thanks to Nintendo. The company is bringing the game to the Nintendo Wii under the title Xenoblade Chronicles.
Released last June 2010 in Japan and developed by Monolith Soft, the European version of Xenoblade will feature English and Japanese voice-over tracks and will have subtitles in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish.
Despite being showcased at E3 2009 in the US, there are no announcements yet as to when the Xenoblade will ship to North Amrerican territories. The game is currently listed as “TBA” over at Nintendo Japan.View Article Source »
The Nintendo Wii is not going down without a fight, but Nintendo admits it's a little occupied with the nintendo 3DS and Pokemon Black and White.
Currently not satisfied about the game releases on the Nintendo Wii? Well you’re not alone. Perhaps the entire Wii-population is already wondering if the console still got some juice left in its lifespan as Nintendo shifts their focus to “two big balls” they’re juggling, the Nintendo 3DS and Pokemon Black and White. For the past couple of months, we’ve seen titles from the “mmm.. okay..” to the “screw this I don’t need another party titled game,” which makes us wonder if Nintendo still cares about their revolutionary console.
“There’s content coming, and we’ll be sharing more, certainly, in the weeks ahead,” said Nintendo President, Reggie Fils-Aime. Well, there’s your answer. The console’s still got some tricks under its sleeve before E3 and “more news” will be revealed during the expo this June. And with the Legend of Zelda celebrating its 25th anniversary, we’re quite comfortable saying that they won’t leave the Nintendo Wii out of the loop. Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, anyone?
Hit the break to see the IGN interview with Nintendo President, Reggie Fils-Aime.Read the rest of the article »
The force is not strong enough to catapult the LEGO Star Wars game for a February release, it seems.
Bad news everyone, the highly-anticipated, action-packed LEGO title that has ever graced the video game industry will no longer see a February 15th release. LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars will instead break on the 22nd of March, says game developer LucasArts.
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is an action-adventure, sci-fi game developed by Traveller’s Tales and Lucas Arts for the Xbox 360, PlayStaion 3, Nintendo Wii, PSP, Nintendo DS and PC. The game will include the characters from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series along with other fan-favorite characters from the epic Star Wars movie saga. Hit the break and watch the trailer for more info on the game!Read the rest of the article »
With no follow for Nintendo Wii 2, gamers are wondering: Did Nintendo blow their strategy? One high profile analyst thinks so.
Just within 24 months of Nintendo Wii’s release, there were already rumblings of a Wii HD or Wii 2. Though predictions as to when the next Wii console will arrive keeps popping out, follow ups were still scarce. One reason is that Nintendo blew their strategy for the Wii 2. That is according to a gaming analyst luminary, Michael Patcher.
“With as much respect for Nintendo management as I can muster, I think Nintendo’s completely blown it with their second generation Wii strategy.”Read the rest of the article »
Good news! If you've been dying to play the Final Fantasy V on your consoles you'll be delighted to know that next month, FFV is coming on Wii.
If you haven’t played Final Fantasy V despite its numerous releases then you will love the news Gadg scooped out. The new year will surely be a blast among Final Fantasy fanatics. Why? Final Fantasy V will be out on Wii’s Virtual Console this January in Japan. It will carry the price tag of 800 Wii Points ($8 USD).
Unfortunately, no word yet on the North American release as the Nintendo of USA is tight-lipped about VC releases.View Article Source »
Nintendo Wii is a good companion to kill idle time. But to make holiday events more special, why not organize a friendly Wii competition among your family and friends?
The campaign named, “Atsumareba Wii,” translates to “If you gather together, Wii.” The newest ad page introduces Wii games which can be enjoyed when family and friends gather on Christmas and New Year. Titles included are Wii Party, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Mario Sports Mix.
The campaign page are accompanied with commercials which also promote the game console. It proposes the fact that Wii’s use is not exclusive for leisure time but for building bonds between family members and friends.
How about you, what’s your favorite Wii moment?View Article Source »
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