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Four years after its release in Japan, Karaoke Joysound will come to Wii players in America, this fall.
Karaoke Joysound is a karaoke game that uses a streaming library of over 1,000 songs. Players can get the chance to access this collection by subscribing for a one or three days, and one month. The Japanese version costs 300 Wii Points for one day, 500 for three and 1,000 ($10) for a month.
The content of the library for its North American version is still unannounced.View Article Source »
2K Sports is set to launch NBA 2K13 for for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PSP and PC on October 2
NBA fanatics will have to wait for a few months to get their hands on the latest NBA game. Take-Two Interactive announces the launch of NBA 2K13 for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PSP and PC on October 2. Previous NBA 2K games were also released at the same month.
The game developer 2K Sports has yet to reveal details about this upcoming game. NBA 2K13 is expected to be a hit, just like its predecessor NBA 2K12, which sold around 5 million game units.View Article Source »
The 'Midnight Purple' 3DS will retail for $169.99 in the U.S.
This will be the fifth color for the handheld gaming system, joining Cosmo Black, Aqua Blue, Flame Red and Pearl Pink, in the list. The ‘Midnight Purple’ 3DS will retail for $169.99 in the U.S.View Article Source »
Nintendo 3DS to retail for 220,000 won ($193) in Korea
Nintendo 3DS will finally arrive in the South Korean Shores in April 28. The unveiling, will feature 3 games in Korean version and these are: Tekken 3D Prime Edition, Super Mario 3D Land and Nicola Magazine Model Stylish Audition 2.Read the rest of the article »
Following the announcement of a bleak quarterly report, Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata has officially announced that it will soon catch up with its competitors and launch its own online gaming network.
‘Nintendo Network’, Nintendo’s aptly-named online network, will allow users to compete and interact with other users and enjoy ‘not just game add-ons but fully downloadable retail games as well’.Read the rest of the article »
Nintendo announces the US release of 3Ds Circle Pad Pro on February next year and will be exclusively distributed by GameStop for $20
Nintendo has just announced the official US release date for its much-awaited extended slide pad for the 3Ds, the Circle Pad Pro. The add-on which gives gamers an ‘additional analog control’ runs on a single AAA battery and said to have an impressive 480-hour battery life.
The Circle Pad Pro which is already available in the Japanese market, will officially hit the US shores on February 7th. It will be available exclusively through GameStop and will sell for $20.View Article Source »
Amazon and Ebay are battling for a greater Nintendo Wii Console Bundle deal. Which one would you take home?
Nintendo’s Wii console with the Mario Kart Wii Bundle has two different sales running on Ebay and Amazon. While Ebay offers the bundle on larger discount, Amazon’s deal comes with added perks. So no matter what sale you choose, there’s no looser in this battle.
The Wii Console Bundle comes with a Mario Kart Wii, a Nintendo Wii Wheel, Wii Remote Controller, Nunchuk controller, sensor bar, the Wii console and all of the required cable to get it running.
Meanwhile, Amazon is offering the Wii Console Bundle for $134.96 with a $20 Amazon credit. This offer could end any time, so if you’re in the market to purchase a Wii, better grab this deal. On the other hand, Ebay offers the console bundle for only $129.99 with free Economy Shipping.
Whichever deal your grab, no one’s a looser here by saving big!View Article Source »
The four-day TGS 2011 event unveiled new title releases, and interesting game developer's announcements.
The Tokyo Game Show, which was held annually in Japan, is one of the two largest video game expos/conventions being hosted outside the U.S. The other event is the Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The TGS is actually designed to be the best place where game developers from different parts of the globe come together to show off their upcoming games and even console devices.
This year’s TGS event was said to be a success. It was able to host numerous Japanese developers’ game revelations, announcements, and declarations. Aside from this conference, there are also pre-TGS 2011 pressers that were held last week — including the Nintendo’s press conference, wherein most of the upcoming 3DS titles were revealed, and Sony’s pre-TGS keynote, which unveils the official launching date for PS Vita.
It’s undeniably true that the Tokyo Game Show has always been the home to a number of noteworthy game announcements. That said, GADG has put up a brief recap of TGS 2011 for those who weren’t able to attend the actual event.
See the quick recap after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Here are six of the best game trailers that were revealed during the pre-TGS 2011 press conferences.
Four gaming companies have successfully wrapped up their pre-Tokyo Game Show 2011 press conferences this week, showing off an array of promotional video trailers for their upcoming titles. The Sony Entertainment, during their event last Wednesday, has unveiled the first game trailer for Namco Bandai’s Tales of Innocence R and Square Enix’ Final Fantasy Type-0. Nintendo has also managed to reveal most of its 3DS’s anticipated titles, which includes Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 and the Resident Evil: Revelations.
Thus, in order to give you a quick recap of the anticipated games that were introduced during the four press conferences, GADG has collected six of the famous pre-TGS promotional trailers.
Hit the skip to watch the game trailers!Read the rest of the article »
The Nintendo's pre-Tokyo Game Show 2011 3DS conference is finally over. For those who weren't able to watch the show, you can read the quick rundown of the event below.
Nintendo started the Tokyo Game Show 2011 season with a 3DS Conference that was hosted this afternoon in Japan, revealing the upcoming Misty Pink 3DS handheld, a new Fire Emblem, the arrival of new titles — including Capcom’s Monster Hunter Tri G and Monster Hunter 4, and many more.
Learn more by hitting the break.Read the rest of the article »
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