Archive for June 25th, 2007

Video of the Day: June 25, 2007

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Video of the day

Wii in Concert!!!

Race Driver: Create & Race Screenshot

Monday, June 25th, 2007


Operation: Vietnam DS Screens

Monday, June 25th, 2007


New Metroid Prime 3: Corruption Details

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Go Nintendo reports some new Metroid Prime 3: Corruption details from the latest issue of Play magazine.

(Spoiler Warning)

– First level – You are attacked on a spaceship while meeting with the ship’s captain…action packed

– Play feels motion controls work better than dual joystick

– Super sensitive pointer in “advanced” mode

– Beam stacking ala Super Metroid

– Visor switch: Hold minus and flick Wiimote in certain directions

– Boss fight with Ridley at the end of the first level. Excellent difficulty curve by the time you reach the boss.

– Back tracking in MP3:C makes more sense than in previous Primes

– Extra development time was to give the game more polish. Nintendo wanted “Twilight Princess” levels of polish. Game is focused on Metroid fans and hardcore gamers, but still accessible to newcomers due to controls.

– Second level – floating city focused on exploration

– Larger environments, bloom lighting, better textures than Prime 2

– Corruption Mode not available in demo

– Play says it could be the biggest revolution in FPS gaming since Halo.


The Wii Goes Online in North America

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Today the Wii went online in The United States.


Epic Franchise Reaches Several Firsts

REDMOND, Wash., June 25, 2007 – Today’s launch of Pokémon® Battle Revolution heralds a number of firsts for Nintendo’s hot-selling Wii™ video game system. Pokémon Battle Revolution is:

* The first online Wii game in the Americas.

* The first Pokémon game for Wii.

* The first Wii game to wirelessly link to Nintendo DS™.

* The first Wii game that lets players use their Nintendo DS as a controller.

Pokémon Battle Revolution is set to become a groundbreaking smash hit this summer.

In battles using Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection, Nintendo’s wireless gaming service, players can use their Wii Remote™ to compete with friends after exchanging friend codes, or against players of comparable skill. The game automatically searches for other players who are online. The sights and sounds of the game bring the action to life as well: The beautiful graphics show each move in full detail, while the action is narrated by the same announcer from the Pokémon TV show.

The game contains a number of battle modes for different kinds of play. In Colosseum Battle Mode, players have 10 different Colosseums in which to stage their epic challenges. In Nintendo DS Battle Mode, players battle Pokémon that they have raised in their Nintendo DS Pokémon® Diamond and Pokémon® Pearl games. Up to four players can use their Nintendo DS systems as a wireless controller, which uses the same battle interface found in the DS games.

“Already more than 2 million copies of Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl have sold in the United States alone,” says George Harrison, Nintendo of America’s senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications. “The arrival of Pokémon Battle Revolution brings those players a whole new set of challenges and, for the first time on Wii, online battles.”

Online setup is extremely easy, even for novices. With a few clicks, players are instantly connected, whether they’re using a Wii Remote or a Nintendo DS as a controller.

Trainers are fully customizable. Players can select one of three female or three male Trainers and outfit them with clothing, hats and glasses after earning points during competition. Players can even create personalized in-game text for their Trainers to use when they win or lose a battle.

Pokémon Battle Revolution, rated E for Everyone, launches June 25. For more information about the game, visit The Official Nintendo Pokémon Battle Revolution Player’s Guide is now available at retail.

Pokémon USA, Inc., a subsidiary of The Pokémon Company in Japan, manages the property outside of Asia which includes licensing, marketing, the Pokémon Trading Card Game, an animated TV series, home entertainment, the official Pokémon Web site and an online retail center Just coming off its 10th worldwide anniversary in 2006, Pokémon was launched in Japan in 1996 for play on Nintendo’s Game Boy® and has since evolved into a global cultural phenomenon. Pokémon was introduced in North America in September 1998 and today is one of the most popular toy and entertainment properties in the world. For more information, visit

The worldwide innovator in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan, manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Wii™, Nintendo DS™, Game Boy® Advance and Nintendo GameCube™ systems. Since 1983, Nintendo has sold nearly 2.4 billion video games and more than 409 million hardware units globally, and has created industry icons like Mario™, Donkey Kong®, Metroid®, Zelda™ and Pokémon®. A wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America Inc., based in Redmond, Wash., serves as headquarters for Nintendo’s operations in the Western Hemisphere. For more information about Nintendo, visit the company’s Web site at

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SSBB: Zelda

Monday, June 25th, 2007


Today, the DoJo added some pictures and little information on Zelda.


Smash Bros. DOJO!!

Released Today: June 25, 2007

Monday, June 25th, 2007


  • The Bigs
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Pokemon Battle Revolution
  • PS2

  • The Bigs
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Xbox 360

  • The Darkness
  • The Bigs
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Hour of Victory
  • PSP

  • The Bigs
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • PS3

  • The Bigs
  • The Darkness
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • PC

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • DS

  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Virtual Console Update: June 25, 2007

    Monday, June 25th, 2007



    June 25, 2007

    Forget the lemonade and long naps. If it’s summer action you’re after, head straight to the Wii Shop Channel for a thrill-packed selection of fast-driving, high-flying, hard-hitting games. This week’s new additions include futuristic racers and fierce fighters guaranteed to liven up your lazy summer.

    Three new classic games go live at 9 a.m. Pacific time. Nintendo adds new games to the Wii Shop Channel every Monday. Wii™ owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are:

    F-Zero® X (Nintendo® 64, 1-4 players, Rated E for Everyone, 1,000 Wii Points): Choose from 30 different hover-car racers, including updated versions of the Blue Falcon and other vehicles from the original F-Zero, and get ready to play one of the fastest racers ever. You’ll speed to the finish line on tracks that twist and turn through the air, doing your best to avoid the other 29 cars on the track. If you’re in a competitive mood, try to win a Grand Prix Cup, get the fastest lap time in a Time Trial or destroy the competition in a Death Race. You can also challenge three friends in the Versus mode. With five separate play modes, hidden vehicles and courses, and an excellent soundtrack, F-Zero X still represents one of the best racing titles to date.

    Street Fighter® II’ Turbo: Hyper Fighting (Super NES®, 1-2 players, Rated T for Teen –Violence, 800 Wii Points): Street Fighter II defined gaming in the 1990s by revolutionizing the fighting-game genre. Regarded as one of the greatest games of all time, Street Fighter II’ Turbo: Hyper Fighting was the third and final release in the original series. Featuring the eight original World Warriors (including Ryu, Chun Li and Guile) along with playable boss characters (Balrog, Sagat and M. Bison), this classic title offered enhanced playing speed and improved character balancing.

    China Warrior (TurboGrafx16, 1 player, Rated E10+ for Everyone 10 and Older –Violence, 600 Wii Points): China Warrior is a side-scrolling action game that was released around the same time as the TurboGrafx16 in Japan. It’s up to the kung fu master Wang to defeat the Dark Emperor, who stands atop the kung fu world in China. Punch, kick and jump-kick enemies along the path that lies between you and the three bosses of each stage. Skillfully fight your way through all four stages, and be sure not to miss recovery items while dodging enemy attacks. China Warrior boasts character size and detail that rivaled all other games at the time of its release. Exciting one-on-one fights against the game’s realistic bosses will make you feel like you’re in the middle of a kung fu movie.

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