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First PlayStation Move Games Revealed

Tonight was Sony's night to shine at GDC, and as the only company with a major press conference scheduled they used the opportunity to showcase their new motion controller, officially named Move. We have a whole other post dedicated strictly to the hardware, so let's take a moment to look at the games which will support Move at launch. Hit the break to see the full lineup of launch games. Read More

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Nintendo Media Summit: Semi-Live Blog

So, Nintendo's media summit is scheduled to get under way any time now. I'm not actually there, but I'm keeping an eye on a number of people who are, so hopefully that will be close enough. We did get an invite, but I'm not sure of our liveblogging capabilities otherwise. So, if we got an invite, why aren't I there? To the best of my knowledge, it's for people in the San Francisco area, or who can pay their own way, and that's a bit of an expensive commute from Toronto, so there you have it. But if there is any hands-on stuff to be had, I'm sure we'll bring it to you soon. For now? Just waiting for news to pour in; refresh this post (not on the front page) to keep up with the latest buzz. It's six minutes after noon as we speak, with the summit scheduled for noon EST/9am PST, and it seems people are still being seated/things are still getting ready. Not all that surprising, really; if Nintendo has ever started one of these things on time, be it here, E3, or elsewhere, I don't remember it. Not necessarily a bad thing, though; I just think they aren't prepared for the turnout they tend to get. Read More

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Iwata Asks: The History of Handheld The Legend of Zelda Games

Gather 'round, kids: it's time for a new edition of Iwata Asks! Surprisingly, Nintendo Co. Ltd. President Satoru Iwata has elected to talk once more about The Legend of Zelda. Last time, he spoke specifically about the series' latest installment, Spirit Tracks for the Nintendo DS, but this time, he is out to learn more about the legacy of The Legend of Zelda in handheld form. And in the process, they even go a bit further back to the dawn of all adventure in Hyrule. Read More

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Media: Wii Fit Plus - Week 1

This week, I've decided to cast aside "My Games This Weekend." Given that the point of it was to stir conversation (via the comments) about what your games are this weekend as well, it just doesn't seem to be doing its job. So, we're moving on to something different. Last year was a bit rough for me. I suffered a leg injury early in the year which kept me off my feet (and away from E3) for the first half of 2009. Between that, my hours here, and the fact I have an aversion to going outside very often in the Wintertime (for related reasons), I have gotten a little out of shape (cue laughter at "a little"). As such, I've made a New Year's Resolution; nothing so bold as to become a new man in twelve months, but at least to kind of "balance" things out and re-strengthen my leg. And the vehicle to help me reach this goal? This should probably come as little surprise. My wife watched the above ad Nintendo just released and noted "I've never heard a female announcer for a video game commercial before," and "this was designed specifically to piss off hardcore gamers, I can tell." Anyway, I began playing the game earlier this week, and some of my thoughts so far are after the cut. Read More

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Nintendo Reveals First- and Third-Party Holiday Lineup

Nintendo has released the planned publishing schedule as it stands for the Wii and Nintendo DS/DSi, from both themselves and their third-parties. A lot of definite dates are not set in, instead referenced as "Fall," "Holiday," or "November," for example, but nonetheless serves to give us an idea of what the coming months will bring. "This extensive lineup will keep players busy throughout the fall and into 2010," said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. "Shoppers know that Nintendo offers fun for everyone in the household." Nintendo also mentions the upcoming black Wii Remote, Nunchuk, and MotionPlus as being available "this holiday season," though they don't get any more specific than that. Hit the jump for the full press release and list of games that will become available. Read More

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Nintendo Spreading the Word of Its Wii Games with Metacritic Ratings

One of Nintendo's previously stated goals in their "Blue Ocean" method of expanding the gaming audience was to be able to draw in people who don't typically game with new kinds of software, and be able to sort of ease them in to the kind of games many of us enjoy on a routine basis. However, it seems that somewhere along the way, a stumbling block of sorts was hit, and Nintendo seems to be attempting to find a way around it. Read More