Archive for February 7th, 2008

PAL Virtual Console Update: February 7, 2007

Thursday, February 7th, 2008


Australia and Europe


    • Lords of Thunder

Release Dates of Interest

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

North Amarica


    • Opoona (March 25)
    • Bloom Box (May 2008)
    • Octomania (March 11, 2008)
    • Cid the Dummy (Q2)


    • Cid the Dummy (Q2)

    • Cid the Dummy (Q2)

    • Cid the Dummy (Q2)

    • Cid the Dummy (Q2)



    • Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn (April 10)



    • Nitrobike (8 February)
    • Totally Spies! Totally Party (15 February)
    • The Dog Island (7 March)
    • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Hard Eviden (21st March)
    • Victorious Boxers Challenge (28 March)
    • Brothers in Arms Road to Hill 30 (Q1 2008)
    • Telly Addicts (15 February)
    • Pro Evolution 2008 (March 28)
    • No More Heroes (February 28)

    • Totally Spies! 3 Secret Agents (15 February)
    • Brain Challenge (22 February)
    • Tigerz (NDS) – (29 February)
    • Maths Play (14t March)
    • Bunnyz (14 March)
    • Miami Nights (February)
    • Assassin’s Creed (28th March)


Video of the Day: Febuary 7, 2008

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

Yahtzee Croshaw reviews Silent Hill Origins for the PSP.

Tales of Symphonia 2 Renamed, Confirmed for US

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

The newest issue of Nintendo Power has an exclusive 10-page story on what they call “the first epic RPG for Wii”, which is probably true. The title has been changed from “Knights of Ratatosk” to “Dawn of the New World”, a more American oriented title that should appeal to the American crowds. The Japanese version has been announced to come out in Japan during Spring, but unfortunately the US release date has yet to be announced. To find out more about Tales of Symphonia 2: Dawn of the New World, be sure to pick up a the newest issue of Nintendo Power.


Drawn to Life Comming to the Wii

Thursday, February 7th, 2008


THQ and 5th Cell have announced that the DS platform Drawn to Life, will now be heading to the Wii. It’s expected that players will be able to draw their own character, weapons, enemies, races, and environments, as they were able to do so in the DS game.

I’ve played the DS game. The game felt like it was doing something that was never done before in a game. If you don’t abuse the system by making a World made of wieners and boobs, then you truly feel like you played a role in creating the world the hero travels through in the game. But even with this cool new dynamic, the game still felt it was missing something; maybe the Wii version will fill the void that was in the DS game. In addition to information on Drawn to life, THQ will release more exclusive titles, to be announce soon.