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Media: Metroid: Other M Screens, Website, and Full Nintendo Summit Press Release with Gameplay Detai
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Media: Metroid: Other M Screens, Website, and Full Nintendo Summit Press Release with Gameplay Detai

One of these things is not like the others... Of the many things Nintendo talked about earlier today, the two biggest and most anticipated were no doubt Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: Other M. But where the two differ is that we have a pretty good idea of what Super Mario Galaxy 2 should be like; "Other M" could easily mean "Other Mystery" as far as gameplay is concerned. Following the debut trailer at the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo, the question on everyone's minds has been whether the game would be a 2.5D experience akin to the Metroid titles of old, or a 3D experience, perhaps like the Prime trilogy of titles. And the answer is: Both. Read More

Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing DS Gets Ready to Rumble, and More
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Sonic & SEGA All-Star Racing DS Gets Ready to Rumble, and More

Some new Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing info today, including DS rumble, bundles in America, what caused that whole "custom cars" thing, and Sumo Digital's latest developer diary-- which could be teasing at something. First up, however, is the question of rumble in the DS version of the game: will it be, or won't it be? A post from Executive Producer Steve Lycett at Sonic Stadium reveals that "Yep – both SST and ASR support the DS Rumble pack." Read More

Rumor: Retro was Working on a New Zelda, But Now They're Not
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Rumor: Retro was Working on a New Zelda, But Now They're Not

Interesting little tidbit I picked up on earlier today. There had been a bit of stirring from IGN that Retro Studios, developers of the acclaimed Metroid Prime series of games (excluding Hunters and Pinball, of course), were working on a new Zelda title in some capacity more than a year ago, but abruptly halted work on it. The reasons for ceasing their efforts remains unknown. IGN was apparently confident in their sources enough that they came close to publishing it on their site, but they never pulled the trigger. Now, on the recent Nintendo Voice Chat podcast, IGN has reaffirmed that Retro Studios is no longer working on the game. I must admit, the nature of the project and capacity of their involvement has me intrigued. Might this have been a move towards Miyamoto's dream of a first-person Zelda? Read More