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Google and Nintendo Combine to Create New Game

The Nikkei in Japan is reporting that Nintendo is partnering with Google to craft a new videogame titled And Kensaku. It is intended to be a family-friendly quiz game that will challenge players by asking them questions about the popularity of Google search terms. Exactly how the game will work isn't exactly clear, but it does sound like an Internet-age version of Family Feud. Only instead of surveying 100 people And Kensaku has Google results to choose from. Read More


Wii List for 2009 Released, Punch-Out!! Dated

Own a Wii and curious when some of the games you are looking forward to will be coming out this year? Well you've come to the right place. Nintendo has released its full list of games for 2009, and a little bit of info about the game that most people are excited for, Punch-Out!! Wii. Here's the official blurb about the game: "The core game mechanics revolve around the tactics of boxing, detecting and exploiting weaknesses in the opponent's defence. Punch-Out follows the story of Little Mac, an up-and-coming boxer from the Bronx, NY, on his way to becoming the boxing World Champion. The game includes various signature characters and the Wii Motion controls provide an intuitive & unique boxing experience." Press releases can make anything sound boring, don't you think? But that's not why you stopped anyway. Hit the jump for Nintendo's 2009 list. Read More


Toy Soldiers Pack for F.E.A.R. 2 Pulled From the XBLM

Larry "Major Nelson" Hyrb told us yesterday that free DLC for F.E.A.R. 2 was available for download on Xbox Live Marketplace. However, recent reports reveal that the content has been pulled from the XBLM. Major Nelson's blog was updated to reflect the change, and added another note saying: Update: The F.E.A.R 2 content was pulled for the moment, it will be back but I don't have an ETA. BigDownload on the other hand has reason to believe that it will be released in April, but without official word from Microsoft or Monolith, the release window is a rumor. So, it looks like you'll have to wait a while to play as tiny people inside a pinball machine, a hospital room, and a playground sandbox. What do you guys think of the map ideas? Read More


Nintendo's Full Q1 Line-up for North America

A few days ago, we brought you Nintendo's full first-quarter lineup for the UK (or possibly more of Europe; it came from Nintendo UK, and they didn't really elaborate much). Today, we have the full first-quarter lineup for North America, which has some minor differences here and there. One note: Is "New Play Control!" seriously what they're looking at calling the "Play on Wii" lineup? Read More


Major Nelson Shows Some Post-NXE LIVE Stats

After the release of the New Xbox Experience, it's certain that the LIVE Marketplace would see some sort of increase in statistical jib-jab. Major Nelson actually threw down some fact bombs for his readers today. It's all pretty interesting, in a Trivial Pursuit sort of way. So, are there enough members on Xbox LIVE to constitute a large city? Hit the break... Read More


D3P Bringing Classic PSP Games to PlayStation Store for Download

D3Publisher has issued a press release, announcing that they will be bringing several of their classic PSP titles to the PlayStation Store in North America this month.PSP system owners will no longer need a UMD to play critically-acclaimed PSP system titles such as WTF: work time fun™, a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games, the original Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords®, 2007's multiple award-winning cult hit that blends match-three puzzle gameplay with strategy, character-building elements and a persistent storyline, Dead Head Fred®, a head-swapping, third person-action game and more. "D3Publisher is always looking to make fun and original gaming experiences easily accessible to everyone," said Yoji Takenaka, president and chief executive officer, North America and Europe, D3P. "We believe that making these classic PSP system titles available via digital distribution gives the games a new opportunity for discovery and the gamers a second chance at hours of enjoyment." -- Press ReleaseAs time goes on, I hope we see more of this kind of thing happen with more titles on the PSP, though I remain skeptical as to how well it works. That is, how much space do these require? Will my 1GB Memory Stick do the trick, with all my saves and miscellaneous files on there? Hmm, maybe that's an idea for Sony... release a PSP with a decent hard drive instead of UMD slot, and just let people download games to it instead. If it brought games that we've already seen for the handheld to a more PSN-style price, I could really throw my support behind it. See what D3P is bringing to the table after the cut, and discuss the possibilities in the comments. Read More


WTF Preview

WTF is a crazy collection of fun and addictive mini-games that drive the player to perform sometimes trivial, sometimes... Read More