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Nintendo Reveals Upcoming Release Schedule

by Jared Rosenberg - February 24, 2010, 11:52 am PST
Total comments: 29 Source: Press Release

The release dates for a slew of upcoming games were announced at the Nintendo Media Summit.

At this morning's Nintendo Media Summit in San Francisco, Nintendo announced the release dates for a number of highly anticipated games.

In addition, Nintendo revealed that it will be publishing Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies when it hits North America this summer.

Here are the upcoming releases:

Wii
April 20Monster Hunter TriCapcom
May 18Prince of Persia: The Forgotten SandsUbisoft
May 23Super Mario Galaxy 2Nintendo
June 7Sin and Punishment: Star SuccessorNintendo
June 27Metroid: Other MNintendo
SummerFlingSmashNintendo
Q3/Q4Disney Guilty PartyDisney

Nintendo DS
March 14Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilverNintendo
March 28WarioWare: D.I.Y.Nintendo
March 28America's Test Kitchen: Let's Get CookingNintendo
May 3Picross 3DNintendo
May 18Prince of Persia: The Forgotten SandsUbisoft
June 14100 Classic BooksNintendo
SummerDragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry SkiesNintendo
OctoberGhostwire: Link to the ParanormalMajesco

WiiWare
March 1Mega Man 10Capcom
March 10Max and the Magic MarkerPress Play
March 22Cave StoryStudio Pixel
March 29WarioWare: D.I.Y. ShowcaseNintendo
SpringArt Style: light traxNintendo
SpringArt Style: RotozoaNintendo
Spring Rage of the Gladiator

Ghostfire Games
Spring And Yet it MovesBroken Rules
SummerSuper Meat BoyTeam Meat

DSiWare
SpringPhoto DojoNintendo
SpringMetal TorrentNintendo
Spring X-scapeNintendo


NINTENDO REVEALS HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE LINEUP FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 2010

Nintendo Announces Launch Dates for Nintendo DSi XL,Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: Other M

REDMOND, Wash., Feb. 24, 2010 – Nintendo of America issued a surge of new information today about what consumers can expect from the company in the coming months. Let's get right to it:

The new Nintendo DSi XL™ hand-held system launches March 28 at a suggested retail price of $189.99. The screens of the Nintendo DSi XL are 93 percent larger than those of the Nintendo DS™ Lite model, providing a more vivid and engaging play experience. The screens of the Nintendo DSi XL also feature a wider viewing angle, letting friends and family members join the fun. The new system launches in both Burgundy and Bronze colors, and comes loaded with pre-installed premium software Brain Age™ Express: Arts & Letters, Brain Age Express: Math and Photo Clock, as well as two free applications: the Nintendo DSi Browser and Flipnote Studio™. Nintendo DSi XL will also come with a larger pen-like stylus that allows for a more comfortable grip and enhanced ease of use when playing games that use the Nintendo DS touch screen. America's Test Kitchen: Let's Get Cooking and WarioWare™: D.I.Y. will also launch for the Nintendo DS family of products on March 28, providing consumers with new content that can be enjoyed on any Nintendo DS system. Games like these demonstrate the enhanced experience available with the Nintendo DSi XL.

Super Mario Galaxy™ 2, the sequel to the smash-hit galaxy-hopping original game, launches May 23 for the Wii™ console. The game includes the amazing gravity-defying, physics-based exploration from the first game, but is loaded with entirely new galaxies and features to challenge and delight players. On some stages, Mario™ can pair up with his dinosaur buddy Yoshi™ and use his tongue to grab items and spit them back at enemies. Players can also have fun with new items such as a drill that lets our hero tunnel through solid rock.

Metroid™: Other M, the incredible new Metroid game developed for Wii through a collaboration by Nintendo and the world-renowned Team Ninja, launches June 27. The game looks at the classic franchise from a new perspective: While much of the game is reminiscent of 2-D side-scrollers, players can switch the perspective into 3-D at any time as they explore the twisting passages of a derelict space station and delve deep into a cinematic, never-before-told story of bounty hunter Samus Aran's past. This new approach uses a new control scheme in which players use the Wii Remote™ controller held sideways to battle enemies and navigate the expansive, gorgeous environments in classic Metroid fashion, then aim at the screen with the Wii Remote pointer to blast foes in first-person and hunt the world for clues and hidden passages.

In a unique partnership with Square-Enix, Nintendo of America will publish Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies in the Americas when the game arrives in summer 2010. Dragon Quest IX has sold more than 4.15 million copies in the Japanese market. Nintendo and Square-Enix will now work together to bring this title to the Nintendo DS consumer base in the Americas.

Capcom's Monster Hunter® Tri, an epic action game for Wii, launches in the United States on April 20. The game lets players customize their character, armor and weapons in order to protect a town from majestic monsters as that town rebuilds following a devastating earthquake. Online play will be available for all players with broadband Internet access at no additional cost. Online text chat is fully functional and online voice chat is enabled using the Wii Speak™ microphone, which is sold separately. At a suggested retail price of $59.99, limited quantities of Monster Hunter Tri will include the new Black Classic Controller Pro™, while both Black and White versions of the controller will be available separately at a suggested retail price of $19.99. The game will also be available without a controller at a suggested retail price of $49.99.

Sin and Punishment: Star Successor, the breakthrough shooter game for Wii from legendary developer Treasure, will launch across North America on June 7. The game features nonstop action with two playable characters and international online leaderboards to track high scores. Using the Wii Remote pointer functionality, the game offers unprecedented precision in the shooter genre.

FlingSmash™ for Wii will test players' Wii Remote skills as they bounce a ball-like hero through countless side-scrolling stages, combining the precision of racket sports with the unpredictable fun of pinball. Playable only with the Wii MotionPlus™ accessory, the game will launch this summer.

Picross 3D is poised to become a puzzle game phenomenon when it launches for the Nintendo DS family of products on May 3. In Picross 3D, players start with a cube and smash away smaller blocks to reveal an object, shape or symbol. Delivering more than 350 unique puzzles and more made available for download on a regular basis after launch via the Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection service (broadband Internet access required), the game takes the mind-bending fun of Picross into the next dimension.

100 Classic Books transforms the Nintendo DS family of products into a library of timeless literature when it launches on June 14 at a suggested retail price of $19.99, highlighted by 100 works from authors such as William Shakespeare, Jules Verne, Jane Austen, Mark Twain and more. Readers can adjust the size of text, place bookmarks and even download new content via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service (broadband Internet connection required).

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands™ from Ubisoft will launch May 18 on both the Wii and Nintendo DS platforms. Boasting amazing graphics with fantastic action and puzzle-solving game play, the Wii version will be the first in franchise history to feature a two-player cooperative experience. As an added bonus, the Wii version of the game will exclusively include the 1992 Super NES™ version of the original Prince of Persia game

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Disney Guilty Party is the official title of the highly anticipated first collaboration between Disney Interactive Studios and its recently acquired studio, Wideload Games. The fun and hilarious mystery party game is set for release in the second half of 2010, exclusively for Wii.

Majesco's Nintendo DSi exclusive Ghostwire: Link to the Paranormal uses incredible augmented reality technology through the Nintendo DSi Camera. Launching this October, the game lets players become a ghost hunter as they interact with the paranormal.

Nintendo also announced a variety of games available to download directly to the Wii console from the Wii Shop Channel via the WiiWare™ service, and directly to the Nintendo DS via the DSi Shop and DSiWare™ services. For WiiWare:

Launching on March 1, Capcom's Mega Man™ 10 builds upon the huge impact of Mega Man 9, a completely new adventure rendered in classic 8-bit style. This new game looks and sounds as awesomely retro as its predecessor.

Launching on March 8, Max & the Magic Marker from Press Play turns the Wii Remote into an orange magic marker that's literally magic. Players draw lines and objects to help Max reach objects and his ultimate goal.

The long-awaited indie cult classic Cave Story comes to WiiWare with new game play, artwork and music enhancements on March 22. It's classic gaming reborn for 2010.

Launching on March 29, WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase is a standalone product exclusive to the WiiWare service and available only from the Wii Shop Channel. The game contains more than 70 new microgames and features interoperability with the WarioWare: D.I.Y. game for the Nintendo DS family of products. Players that own both games can transfer content between the two via a local wireless connection, and can even play user-created microgames on their television using WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase.

As the techno music pulses, Nintendo's Art Style™: light trax™ puts players in charge of a white beam of light as it engages in a surreal race against other beams across a dark track. Players must keep away from obstacles, use items and look for power boosts if they want to finish first. Art Style: light trax launches this spring.

Swim and spin through the primordial ooze in Nintendo's Art Style: Rotozoa™ as you absorb tiny organisms that match the colors of your tentacles. As you absorb more organisms, your tentacles grow. The challenge increases as additional tentacles are gained, but power-ups can help you survive and thrive. Art Style: Rotozoa launches this spring.

Launching this spring, Rage of the Gladiator from Ghostfire Games is an intense fighting game that asks players to perfect their well-timed moves against an array of opponents. The game is compatible with the Wii MotionPlus accessory.

Launching this spring, And Yet It Moves from Broken Rules requires players to rotate the world to help their line-drawn protagonist progress. Walls become floors and floors become ceilings in this surreal twist on the platformer genre.

Launching this summer, Independent Games Festival Seumas McNally Grand Prize Finalist Super Meat Boy from Team Meat sets a cube of meat off on an adventure to save Princess Bandage. This off-the-wall game is not for the faint of heart.

For Nintendo DSiWare:

Nintendo's Photo Dojo™ is poised to be the cult hit of 2010 when it launches this spring. The game first asks players to pose for 13 pictures and input 10 sound effects. Once that's done, the player becomes the main character in a hilarious side-scrolling fighting game. Create up to eight characters and do battle alone or against a friend on a single Nintendo DSi or Nintendo DSi XL system.

Launching this spring, Nintendo's Metal Torrent™ delivers a frantic barrage of gunfire that fills the screen. Players try to convert opponents' bullets into cubes that, when collected, increase their score and fill an energy meter that powers special weapons. Online Leaderboards record scores and movies of top games.

Launching this spring, X-Scape™ from Nintendo immerses players in an exploratory adventure involving more than 20 planets. Players will pilot their tank through 3-D tunnels, fire at enemies and even battle ancient weapons that resemble giant robots.

"Nintendo finished 2009 with a bang, and we're continuing our momentum into 2010," said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America's executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. "With Nintendo DSi XL, Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: Other M coming in the first six months of the year, we're making sure all our fans have great game content to enjoy year-round."

Remember that Wii and Nintendo DSi feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit www.Nintendo.com.

Talkback

BlackNMild2k1February 24, 2010

DQIX is a DS title not a Wii title.
and there is a HUGE space inbetween the opening text and the release list

That's to accommodate our ad layout.  Have a look at the website every once in a while. ;-)

Is it just me, or does it look like DS development from Nintendo is winding down?  Not too many big Nintendo-developed DS titles on that list, outside of Pokemon.

DQ 9 is of course a DS title. Didn't mean to put that there. THanks.

broodwarsFebruary 24, 2010

I've been reading IGN's impressions of the Wii version of PoP: FS, and it sounds very encouraging.  Less encouraging is apparently that the Next-gen and Wii versions are being developed separately with different designs (and perhaps stories), which in this case may mean I'll have to buy both versions of this game for once.  -_-'  I wonder how the Wii version is handling 2 player Co-op without using online multiplayer?  It doesn't seem like the kind of game that splitscreen would work very well on, nor 2 players on one screen.

Seeing Metroid and Sin & Punishment so early in the year is very encouraging, as that definitely opens up Fall for Zelda should it be ready.  Couldn't care less about Galaxy 2, but at least it's releasing early in the year as well for those that do care.

BlackNMild2k1February 24, 2010

Quote from: NWR_Lindy

That's to accommodate our ad layout.  Have a look at the website every once in a while. ;-)

I'll do that someday, and I also forget that there are ads and that talkback threads are (automatic?)direct repostings from the main site.

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Is it just me, or does it look like DS development from Nintendo is winding down?  Not too many big Nintendo-developed DS titles on that list, outside of Pokemon.

Nudges notes about DS2 reveal at E3 over to Lindy :wink wink:

StratosFebruary 24, 2010

Quote from: broodwars

I've been reading IGN's impressions of the Wii version of PoP: FS, and it sounds very encouraging.  Less encouraging is apparently that the Next-gen and Wii versions are being developed separately with different designs (and perhaps stories), which in this case may mean I'll have to buy both versions of this game for once.  -_-'  I wonder how the Wii version is handling 2 player Co-op without using online multiplayer?  It doesn't seem like the kind of game that splitscreen would work very well on, nor 2 players on one screen.

Seeing Metroid and Sin & Punishment so early in the year is very encouraging, as that definitely opens up Fall for Zelda should it be ready.  Couldn't care less about Galaxy 2, but at least it's releasing early in the year as well for those that do care.

The co-op is similar to Mario Galaxy's Co-Star mode with the second player slowing down traps and helping to solve puzzles.

Mop it upFebruary 24, 2010

It seems kind of strange they are releasing high profile titles fairly close to one another, it makes me wonder what they have for the rest of the year. I don't think I'm going to be able to get them all...

BlackNMild2k1February 24, 2010

July - Xenoblade
Aug - Kirby Wii
Sept - The Last Story
Oct -
Nov - WiiRelax
Dec - Zelda Wii

I'm sure they have plenty left for the second half

Jan '11 -
Feb '11 -
Mar '11 - EB4 (shhhh it's still a secret)

I thought Iwata mentioned that he was eager to launch Wii Relax shortly after E3?

Chozo GhostFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: Kairon

I thought Iwata mentioned that he was eager to launch Wii Relax shortly after E3?

Apparently he changed his mind and decided to take a more "relaxed" approach.

Guitar SmasherFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: Mop_it_up

It seems kind of strange they are releasing high profile titles fairly close to one another, it makes me wonder what they have for the rest of the year. I don't think I'm going to be able to get them all...

I think it's clear that these games are being dumped, so that Motion+ can be the focus this holiday season.  By dumped, I don't mean that they won't be properly finished, but that they aren't being held on to for the holidays.  They're not system sellers, and Nintendo probably wants system sellers to compete with Arc and Natal.

PeachylalaFebruary 25, 2010

When is Natal and Arc suppose to release though? If anything, Nintendo's IPs could trash them (Metroid... is a bit iffy).

Guitar SmasherFebruary 25, 2010

SMG2 isn't a system seller.  Anybody who's interested in the game already bought a Wii for the original.  Metroid, well first of all it isn't that popular to begin with, and secondly it's an outside developer.  I consider it more of a complimentary title in terms of the release schedule.  Gives us something to play, but don't generate any momentum for Nintendo.

With Natal and Arc, we probably won't know the details until E3, but I'm confident Nintendo expects them to be aiming for a holiday release.  So when they come out with their first generation motion games, Nintendo will counter with Zelda Motion+.

BlackNMild2k1February 25, 2010

Natal is rumored to be released in October, Arc was rumored to release in September.
A celebrity apparently leaked the first and I don't remember where I heard the second.

Ian SaneFebruary 25, 2010

At this point in the game I don't think the Wii needs system sellers.  The Wii was constantly sold out for like two years straight and it has the largest marker share.  At this point in a generation it's not so much about selling systems but keeping your userbase happy and keeping momentum going.  The Wii has its share of system sellers.  SMG2, Sin & Punishment 2 and Metroid are designed to sell with the existing Wii userbase.  Selling systems isn't really a priority anymore.  Zelda's goal would be more to sell Motion+ rather than Wiis.

Focusing on Motion+ would make sense.  I thought this was going to overtake the regular remote as the new controller but Nintendo really hasn't pushed it much at all.  Right now it's like a special controller for Wii Sports Resort.  Maybe they delayed Motion+ focus for Arc and Natal.

Chozo GhostFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: Ian

At this point in the game I don't think the Wii needs system sellers.

What the Wii needs is hardcore system sellers. Nintendo has a monopoly on the casual/non-gamer crowd, but the PS3/360 still hold a large chunk of hardcore gamers. Games like Wii Sports/Play/Resort/Fit are system sellers for the crowd who already owns the Wii, but now Nintendo needs system sellers for the gamers who like blowing things up and killing.

Quote from: Ian

Focusing on Motion+ would make sense.  I thought this was going to overtake the regular remote as the new controller but Nintendo really hasn't pushed it much at all.  Right now it's like a special controller for Wii Sports Resort.  Maybe they delayed Motion+ focus for Arc and Natal.

More games should be making use of M+, I do agree with you there, but the next Zelda is making use of it and that's the big enchilada in Nintendo's releases this year, so it alone can carry M+ forward, I think.

Ian SaneFebruary 25, 2010

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What the Wii needs is hardcore system sellers. Nintendo has a monopoly on the casual/non-gamer crowd, but the PS3/360 still hold a large chunk of hardcore gamers. Games like Wii Sports/Play/Resort/Fit are system sellers for the crowd who already owns the Wii, but now Nintendo needs system sellers for the gamers who like blowing things up and killing.


Why are Mario and Metroid not this kind?  They seem to be major franchises.  Or are you saying they need something new that core gamers beyond Nintendo fans will be interested in?  If that's the case, I agree but I don't suspect they're working on that.  Zelda will have the same system selling capabilities that Metroid and Mario would.  Either all three are system sellers or none of them are.

And I personally feel the Wii is hopeless in regards to attracting core gamers at this point.  The third party support sucks and the system is associated as the casual non-gamer console.  The identity of a console is set within the first few years.  It is too late for Nintendo to change the Wii's identity.  If Nintendo cares about core gamers, too bad, because they've lost that market to the other consoles.  A new console would be needed to create a new identity.

BlackNMild2k1February 25, 2010

Quote from: Chozo

Quote from: Ian

Focusing on Motion+ would make sense.  I thought this was going to overtake the regular remote as the new controller but Nintendo really hasn't pushed it much at all.  Right now it's like a special controller for Wii Sports Resort.  Maybe they delayed Motion+ focus for Arc and Natal.

More games should be making use of M+, I do agree with you there, but the next Zelda is making use of it and that's the big enchilada in Nintendo's releases this year, so it alone can carry M+ forward, I think.

Well why don't we make a list of known games that are out and coming out that use M+, cause it looks like Nintendo is putting some support behind it this year.

Already Out:
Wii Sports Resort
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Grand Slam Tennis
Virtual Tennis

Coming Soon:
Red Steel 2
FlingSmash
Tournament of Legends (Gladiator A.D.)
Rage of the Gladiator
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
The Grinder
The Legend of Zelda Wii

Looks like a healthy offering is on it's way, and that's only what we know about before E3(I might be missing a few title). This is the year of Motion Plus, and if Nintendo doesn't put a HUGE push behind not the peripheral, but the games that are gonna be using it at E3, then it is yet another missed opportunity that gives room in the headlines for Arc & Natal.

TJ SpykeFebruary 25, 2010

There are also a few WiiWare games that support Wii MotionPlus (although I don't know which ones).

Also, the PlayStation Motion Controller doesn't have a name yet, "Arc" is only a rumored name.

Blacknmild, the Kirby game has to be considered vaporware, they have not show it or mentioned any details in several years. The only mention it even gets is a TBA release date on their financial reports.

BlackNMild2k1February 25, 2010

I was completely joking about Kirby Wii.
Kirby Wii is on Duke Nukem Forever status and we all know it.

I also know that Arc is the "code" name, but what else would I refer to it as(that is quick and understandable) than the accepted name it has right now?

BeautifulShyFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

Quote from: Chozo

Quote from: Ian

Focusing on Motion+ would make sense.  I thought this was going to overtake the regular remote as the new controller but Nintendo really hasn't pushed it much at all.  Right now it's like a special controller for Wii Sports Resort.  Maybe they delayed Motion+ focus for Arc and Natal.

More games should be making use of M+, I do agree with you there, but the next Zelda is making use of it and that's the big enchilada in Nintendo's releases this year, so it alone can carry M+ forward, I think.

Well why don't we make a list of known games that are out and coming out that use M+, cause it looks like Nintendo is putting some support behind it this year.

Already Out:
Wii Sports Resort
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Grand Slam Tennis
Virtual Tennis
NHL 2K10
Acadamy of Champions
Hooked Again:Real Motion fishing
James Cameron's Avatar
Shawn White Snowboarding:World Stage
Ghost Slayer(Wiiware)
Shadowplay(Wiiware)
Coming Soon:
Red Steel 2
FlingSmash
Tournament of Legends (Gladiator A.D.)
Rage of the Gladiator
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
The Grinder
The Legend of Zelda Wii
Dynamic Slash
Looks like a healthy offering is on it's way, and that's only what we know about before E3(I might be missing a few title). This is the year of Motion Plus, and if Nintendo doesn't put a HUGE push behind not the peripheral, but the games that are gonna be using it at E3, then it is yet another missed opportunity that gives room in the headlines for Arc & Natal.

Added a few games to your list BlackNMild

Tournament of Legends will not have MotionPlus support, and The Grinder is doubtful for supporting it.

BlackNMild2k1February 25, 2010

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

Well why don't we make a list of known games that are out and coming out that use M+, cause it looks like Nintendo is putting some support behind it this year.

Already Out:
Wii Sports Resort
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Grand Slam Tennis
Virtual Tennis
NHL 2K10
Acadamy of Champions
Hooked Again: Real Motion fishing
James Cameron's Avatar
Shawn White Snowboarding: World Stage
Ghost Slayer(Wiiware)
Shadowplay(Wiiware)
Zangeki No Reginleiv

Coming Soon:

Red Steel 2
FlingSmash
Tournament of Legends (Gladiator A.D.)
Rage of the Gladiator
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
The Grinder
The Legend of Zelda Wii
Dynamic Slash

Had to add one more.

Look like alot more than a special controller for just Wii Sports Resort now doesn't Ian?

TJ SpykeFebruary 25, 2010

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

I was completely joking about Kirby Wii.
Kirby Wii is on Duke Nukem Forever status and we all know it.

I also know that Arc is the "code" name, but what else would I refer to it as(that is quick and understandable) than the accepted name it has right now?

PlayStation Motion Controller, which is the codename and the only name Sony is using. "Arc" is just a rumored name and never said by anyone at Sony.

BlackNMild2k1February 25, 2010

It was the code name used when interviewing some Sony Rep just as GEM was before that.

but that's besides the point because I never said it was the official name just as NATAL is supposedly a code name. I'm not even sure why you pointed it out as you seem to forget that I was the one that started the thread and update the thread on the Disco Stick and all it's internal and/or publicly known code names.

StratosFebruary 26, 2010

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

Quote from: BlackNMild2k1

Well why don't we make a list of known games that are out and coming out that use M+, cause it looks like Nintendo is putting some support behind it this year.

Already Out:
Wii Sports Resort
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
Grand Slam Tennis
Virtual Tennis
NHL 2K10
Acadamy of Champions
Hooked Again: Real Motion fishing
James Cameron's Avatar
Shawn White Snowboarding: World Stage
Ghost Slayer(Wiiware)
Shadowplay(Wiiware)
Zangeki No Reginleiv

Coming Soon:

Red Steel 2
FlingSmash
Tournament of Legends (Gladiator A.D.)
Rage of the Gladiator
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
The Grinder
The Legend of Zelda Wii
Dynamic Slash

Had to add one more.

Look like alot more than a special controller for just Wii Sports Resort now doesn't Ian?

I'm sure those are the same game.

I'm actually surprised. I didn't know Academy of Champions, Avatar, that fishing game and Shadowplay all were confirmed to use the M+. And did they ever promise that Grinder would use it too?

BeautifulShyFebruary 26, 2010

Yeah you are right that those 2 bolded are the same game.I liked the original title.

I believe that The Grinder was going to have Motion+ support.

StratosFebruary 26, 2010

Isn't that a rough translation of the original Japanese name for the game? No idea what Zangeki No Reginleiv means in English.

KDR_11kFebruary 26, 2010

Is that 100 Book Collection the same one that was released years ago in Europe or is this a new issue?

Quote from: Ian

Why are Mario and Metroid not this kind?  They seem to be major franchises.  Or are you saying they need something new that core gamers beyond Nintendo fans will be interested in?

Well, these are sequels so no matter how broad their appeal they did their system selling with the first game already.

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