Archive for August 7th, 2007

USB Keyboards Now Compatable with Wii

Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

It turns out that the latest firmware update for the Wii, added support for some USB Keyboards. My USB keyboard for my laptop works. Now flash games that require keyboards can be played on the Wii.

Xbox Live Update: August 7, 2007

Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

Welcome to My first Xbox LIVE Update. I’m going to try this out and see how It works. Hopefully, I can figure out a way to post information on Xbox Live Updates effectively. See, the main problem is that they release a lot of unimportant stuff, at random points in time, and weird content, like pictures?


  • Track& Field (400 Points)
  • Themes and Gamer Pictures:

  • Desert Punk Gamer Pics and Theme (80-150 MS Points)
  • Rumbling Hearts Picture Pack and Theme (80-150 MS Points)
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo New Themes (100 MS Points Each)
  • Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo Gamer Pic Pack (100 MS Points)
  • Puzzle Fighter II Turbo Characters Theme (100 MS Points)
  • Videos

  • Madden NFL 08 Producer Video #3 (Free)
  • Three New Genesis Virtual Console Games Given ESRB Ratings

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

    The ESRB has rated 3 SEGA Genesis games; this is an indication that they will be released soon.

  • Landstalker: The Treasures of King Nole
  • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
  • Capcom’s Ghouls N’ Ghosts.
  • ESRB

    Plättchen, Controls Revealed

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

    Bplus recently revealed some of the controls for their Wii Ware Game, Plättchen Twist ‘n’ Paint, via N-Europe, along with a screenshot.

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    Metroid and Super Metroid Coming to Virtual Console

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

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    Using the Fire Fox Work Around, you can find that both Metroid and Super Metroid are coming to the Virtual Console.


    Brain Age 2 Bundle

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007


    Looks like theirs a new bundle/ Nintendo DS Lite coming to America.


    Aug. 7, 2007

    Nintendo has found a way for people to exercise both their fashion sense and their minds at the same time. The first new color scheme to hit the hot-selling Nintendo DS™ system in the United States in nearly a year will come bundled with Brain Age™ 2: More Training in Minutes a Day, all at an MSRP of $149.99. The bundle hits stores Aug. 21.

    The top half of the new Nintendo DS sports a smooth, glossy Crimson, reminiscent of a dangerous shade of lipstick or a cherry-red sports car. The bottom is a matte black – an Onyx yin that complements the Crimson yang.

    Brain Age 2: More Training in Minutes a Day is the sequel to the smash-hit original that got baby boomers and seniors playing and redefined the concept of what video games could be. This new title includes 15 fun new activities designed to help users exercise their brains. It challenges players in areas like math, memorization and even music.

    The original Brain Age: Train Your Brain In Minutes A Day has sold 8.61 million worldwide, including more than 1.4 million in the United States alone, while its sequel has already posted sales of 5.33 million in Japan. For more information about Brain Age 2, please visit

    Press Release

    Wii Hero Pack from Camy

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007


    via Kotaku
    via TheTanooki

    Game Stop Says Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick in November

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007


    Game Stop is listing Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick to be released on November 6th, this year, for $49.99. I’m not sure I’m going to get this thou, The classic controller is tested to be perfectly compatible with Virtual Console games, and for Hori Wii Digital Arcade Stick, not so much.

    Game Stop

    Released Today: August 07, 2007

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007


  • Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars
  • WII

  • Boogie
  • Nintendo DS

  • Mega Man Star Force: Peg
  • Mega Man Dragon
  • Mega Man Star Force: Leo
  • High School Musical
  • Four Player and Full Input for the Wii’s Opera Browser

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

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    A somewhat new post on Opera’s Dev site describes that Web pages can obtain and use input from all four Wii-remotes. Lets see what new goodies will come from this.

    The Wii Remote API
    via Kotaku

    Nintendo Patent for a Motion-Controlled Portable System

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

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    It appears that Nintendo has received a patent for a portable motion-controlled video Game player.


    Hellgate: London Release Date and Screens

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007

    Yesterday EA announced that Hallgate: London would be released on October 31, along with two screenshots.



    The Next Benchmark in Action Role Playing Games will Start Lighting Up PCs this Halloween

    Redwood City, Calif. – August 6, 2007 – Get ready to hack, slash, and shoot your way through a demon-infested London this Halloween! Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) and NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today announced that Hellgate™: London, the premier title from Flagship Studios, will start hitting retail stores in North America on October 31, 2007 and in Europe on November 2, 2007 for the PC. Hellgate: London represents the next leap in the evolution of the action RPG genre, combining the depth and addictive gameplay of traditional RPGs with the visceral action of first-person shooters.

    “We wanted to hit the sweet-spot for release in terms of the development schedule and delivering the highest-quality game to our players,” said Bill Roper, CEO of Flagship Studios. “Halloween was the perfect fit as it ensures that Hellgate: London will have an appropriate amount of beta testing, while also being an incredibly fun time to unleash the game.”

    One of the most anticipated PC games and RPGs of the year, Hellgate: London offers infinite re-playability with dynamically generated levels, items, enemies and events. The player creates a heroic character, completes quests, and battles through an innumerable amount of demons to advance through a deep, rich story-driven campaign. A robust, flexible skill and spell system, highly customizable appearances, and a massive variety of randomly generated equipment allow each player to create his or her own unique hero.

    While some may prefer to slay demons solo, players will also be able to take the fight online*, teaming up with friends to save London in a secure, client-server environment and playing through the entire story-driven campaign for free. For those players who want to extend their Hellgate: London experience, Flagship is offering an optional subscription service which will give players access to huge amounts of content on an ongoing basis in the form of quests, character classes, demons, items, etc. More details about Hellgate: London’s online options are coming soon.

    The game has not yet been rated by the ESRB, PEGI or BBFC. Visit, or for updated rating information. For more information about Hellgate: London, log onto or the game’s official website at

    * Internet connection required.

    Press Release

    SSBB: Ike’s Special Moves

    Tuesday, August 7th, 2007


    Today The DOJO was updated with Ike’s up special move, Aether, and his standard special move, Eruption.

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    Smash Bros DOJO!!!