As was foretold, we've added advertisements to the forums! If you have questions, or if you encounter any bugs, please visit this thread: https://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/240191/forum-advertisement-faq-and-reports-thread/
Options

Excitebots, Punch-Out, Legend of Stafy release dates announced [NSF56K]

elkataselkatas Registered User regular
edited March 2009 in Games and Technology
Press wrote:
NINTENDO'S VIDEO GAME LINEUP DEMONSTRATES GAMING DIVERSITY

New Games Announced for Nintendo Systems

REDMOND, Wash., Feb. 26, 2009 – While everyone is still buzzing about the upcoming April 5 launch of the Nintendo DSi™ system, video game fans will have plenty of great games and experiences to keep them busy. Nintendo has an extensive, diverse library of about 120 games on the way for both the Wii™ and Nintendo DS™ systems. Upcoming Nintendo-published video games for Wii include:

Excitebots™: Trick Racing has elements that make it one of the more unique racing games on the market. It launches April 20 and lets everyone in the family use the Wii Wheel™ accessory in unique and changing environments, play fun minigames and perform crazy tricks in a game that builds on the Excitebike™ and Excite Truck™ franchises.

Donkey Kong® Jungle Beat™, originally made for the Nintendo GameCube™ system, launches May 4 with newly added motion controls. It's the latest in Nintendo's New Play Control! series of games.

Punch-Out!!™ launches May 18 and brings back all of the fun of the beloved, classic NES® game that thrilled players in the early 1990s. Boxers battle as iconic hero Little Mac as they fight their way through a cast of new and familiar boxing opponents on their quest to win the coveted WVBA (World Video Boxing Association) Championship Belt.

Nintendo's downloadable WiiWare service continues to be a showcase for new games, new concepts and new ideas. A selection of upcoming titles includes:

• BIT.TRIP BEAT, developed by Gaijin Games and published by Aksys Games: BIT.TRIP BEAT is what you get when you mix classic video gaming with modern gaming sensibilities. What may seem like a simple "paddle" game turns into a psychedelic trip down memory lane which has you hitting "beats" in rhythm to Chiptune style music. While the game can be difficult, if you crank up the tunes and get in the zone, you'll have a great time. Performing perfectly isn't required to experience all the game's content, but the extra challenge will keep score-hunters coming back in search of each level's elusive "PERFECT" score.

• Eduardo the Samurai Toaster, developed and published by Semnat Studios LLC: Fight your way through 13 diverse locations on your own or with up to three friends in this frenetic and stylish side-scrolling action game. Play as Eduardo and his fellow toaster buddies as you fire an assortment of pastries at all kinds of dastardly food products. Hop onto laser-mounted scooters and fly across the screen in rocket packs, and learn to cooperate with your teammates or simply annoy each other in an awesomely fun way by throwing each other around the screen. The choice is up to you.

• Night Game, developed and published by Nicalis: Exclusively for WiiWare, Night Game (working title) is part action game and part puzzler. It invites players into a beautifully atmospheric world, where they must use real physics to maneuver a mysterious, glowing sphere through vastly different locales. Night Game pushes the boundaries of design with its unique art style, and professionally produced music score. This title is a 2009 Independent Games Festival Seumas McNally Award nominee and from the same developers responsible for Cave Story on Wii.

• Swords & Soldiers, developed and published by Ronimo Games: Swords & Soldiers is a side-scrolling real-time strategy game, in which three distinct factions battle for the powers of the gods. The goal is to destroy the enemies' castle on the other end of the level, while protecting your own. This can be done by training powerful units or casting devastating spells. The game will feature a single-player campaign and a competitive split-screen multiplayer mode as well as several other game modes.

Great titles are also on the way for the portable Nintendo DS system. Some Nintendo-published video games for Nintendo DS include:

Rhythm Heaven™ is an infectious video game that has been a huge hit in Japan. Players tap and slide the stylus on the touch screen in time to the beat. This fun, stylized game launches April 5.

A new entry in the Personal Trainer series is Personal Trainer™: Walking, which launches May 25. Personal Trainer: Walking tracks users' progress and makes going for a walk a little more fun. It comes with two pedometers that users can wirelessly connect to their Nintendo DS system when they return home.

In The Legendary Starfy™ game, which launches June 8, players dive into a spectacular undersea adventure with Starfy, the legendary hero of Pufftop. Players swoop into enemies like a shooting star, glide over bottomless chasms and transform into powerful creatures to help a mysterious, bunny-eared visitor find his lost memory.

In recent weeks, multiple third-party publishers have announced plans to boost their support of Nintendo systems. Between now and June, Nintendo fans will enjoy games like: The Conduit™, a first-person shooter from Sega that pits players against a terrifying group of alien invaders intent on taking over a futuristic Washington, D.C.; EA SPORTS Active™, a Wii exclusive from Electronic Arts that offers players fun, easy-to-learn exercises and activities that users can do with family and friends; and Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® 10, the newest iteration of the popular golf game from Electronic Arts that lets players hit the links to prove their driving and putting prowess.

punchout.jpg

No pictures of Excitebots or Punch Out so far, but press supposedly has them, so we will see them eventually.

Hypnotically inclined.
elkatas on
«13456

Posts

  • Options
    CouscousCouscous Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I'm surprised they are releasing Legend of Stafy here despite never releasing any of the previous games outside of the moon.

    Couscous on
  • Options
    CouscousCouscous Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    glide over bottomless chasms
    DANGER! DANGER!

    Couscous on
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Couscous wrote: »
    I'm surprised they are releasing Legend of Stafy here despite never releasing any of the previous games outside of the moon.

    Brawl, I suppose. I guess that we are seeing new Golden Sun, Drill Dozer, and Kid Icarus eventually.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    LunkerLunker Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I saw the full Wii/DS release list on Kotaku—put here, minus obvious shovelware:
    Wii
    2K Sports
    Major League Baseball® 2K9 - March 3
    Don King Boxing - March 31

    Activision
    Transformersâ„¢: Revenge of the Fallen - June

    Aksys Games
    Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus - May 12

    Atari
    Ready 2 Rumble Revolution - March 17

    Capcom Entertainment Inc.
    MotoGPâ„¢ - Spring

    Codemasters Inc
    Overlord Dark Legend - Summer

    Electronic Arts
    TRIVIAL PURSUITâ„¢ - March
    MySimsâ„¢ Party - March
    EA SPORTS Activeâ„¢ - May 19
    Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® 10 - June
    BOOM BLOXâ„¢ Bash Party - Spring
    MySimsâ„¢ Racing - Summer
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Princeâ„¢ - Summer
    G.I. JOEâ„¢ The Rise of Cobra - Summer
    EA SPORTS Tennis (working title) - Summer

    Hudson Entertainment
    Help Wanted - Summer

    LucasArts
    Indiana Jones® and the Staff of Kings™ - Late Spring

    NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc
    Klonoa® - Q2

    Nintendo
    New Play Control! Pikminâ„¢ - March 9
    New Play Control! Mario Power Tennisâ„¢ - March 9
    Excitebots: Trick Racing - April 20
    New Play Control! Donkey Kong Jungle Beat - May 4
    Punch-Out!! - May 18

    SEGA of America
    Virtua Tennisâ„¢ 2009 - May
    The Conduitâ„¢ - June
    Let's Tapâ„¢ - June

    Southpeak Interactive
    Roogoo Twisted Towersâ„¢ - April 7
    Pirates vs Ninjas Dodgeballâ„¢ - April 21


    Nintendo DS
    2K Sports
    MLB® 2K9 Fantasy All-Stars - March 3
    Don King Boxing - March 31

    Activision
    Transformersâ„¢: Revenge of the Fallen - June

    Activision/RedOctane
    Guitar Hero® On Tour: Modern Hits - June

    Aksys Games
    Jake Hunter Detective Chronicles: Memories of the Past - May 26

    Atlus U.S.A., Inc.
    TrackMania® DS - March 17
    Tokyo Beat Downâ„¢ - March 31
    The Dark Spireâ„¢ - April 14
    Dokapon Journeyâ„¢ - April 14
    Steal Princessâ„¢ - April 21
    101 in 1 Explosive Megamix - April 21
    Super Robot Taisen® OG Saga:Endless Frontier™ - April 28
    Knights in the Nightmareâ„¢ - June 2
    Shin Megami Tensei®: Devil Survivor™ - June 23

    Capcom
    Mega Man Starforce 3 Black Ace - June
    Mega Man Starforce 3 Red Joker - June

    Codemasters Inc
    Overlord Minions - Summer

    Electronic Arts
    Zuboâ„¢ - March 10
    Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventureâ„¢ - March 17
    MySimsâ„¢ Party - March
    SCRABBLEâ„¢ - March
    LITTLEST PET SHOP Springâ„¢ - March
    MySimsâ„¢ Racing - Summer
    Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Princeâ„¢ - Summer

    Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
    Magician's Quest: Mysterious Timesâ„¢ - May 5
    Yu-Gi-Oh!â„¢ 5D's Stardust Accelerators World Championship 2009 - May 19

    LucasArts
    Indiana Jones® and the Staff of Kings™ - Late Spring

    Majesco Entertainment
    Dawn of Heroes - June

    Nintendo
    Rhythm Heaven - April 5
    Personal Trainer: Walking - May 25
    The Legendary Starfy - June 8

    PopCap Games, Inc.
    Peggleâ„¢ Dual Shot - March 3

    Rockstar Games
    Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars - March 17

    Southpeak Interactive
    Roogoo Attackâ„¢ - April 7

    THQ
    Desktop Tower Defense - April 29

    I wonder why there's still no solid release date for Wii Sports Resort. Especially since Tiger Woods PGA Tour has been confirmed as using it.

    Lunker on
    Tweet my Face: @heyitslunker | Save money at CheapAssGamer (not an affiliate link)
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Lunker wrote: »
    I saw the full Wii/DS release list on Kotaku—put here, minus obvious shovelware:

    Press release actually says that it is partial list. It is pretty much typical Nintendo. New games are announced pretty randomly, and in small groups.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    LunkerLunker Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Lunker wrote: »
    I saw the full Wii/DS release list on Kotaku—put here, minus obvious shovelware:

    Press release actually says that it is partial list. It is pretty much typical Nintendo. New games are announced pretty randomly, and in small groups.

    Ah, my mistake. But I guess that means it's coming before June, since PGA Tour uses Motion Plus. :) Has anything else been confirmed as using it yet?

    The only definite purchases for me on that list are DS: Rhythm Heaven and Henry Hatsworth. The New Play Mario Tennis and Punch Out will be instant buys if I hear good feedback on the controls, though.

    Lunker on
    Tweet my Face: @heyitslunker | Save money at CheapAssGamer (not an affiliate link)
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Virtua Tennis probably uses MotionPlus. How do I know? There was this dude called Marc^O at Neogaf, who works for Sumo Digital*. Soon after the MotionPlus was announced, he practically turned into walking MotionPlus advertisement. MotionPlus this, MotionPlus this. He was pretty excited about the device, and later even went so far as asked for ban so he wouldn't accidentally spill beans about his new project.

    Furthermore, Gamestop leaked Virtua Tennis Wii cover that had new, strange blue controller icon. As box cover so small, you couldn't really see what the icon was about. But box was quickly pulled off from the site. Here is the copy of it:

    0000191110.jpg

    * company responsible for home ports of Virtua Tennis.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    CouscousCouscous Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Wait, Excitebots is going to be the successor to Excitetruck? Fucking awesome.

    Couscous on
  • Options
    LunkerLunker Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    My kingdom for full Wii Tennis games. <3
    cloudeagle wrote:
    Very excited about Punch-Out, though I'll also hold off until I hear how it controls. And Henry Hatsworth, dammit!

    Good show, old bean!

    Lunker on
    Tweet my Face: @heyitslunker | Save money at CheapAssGamer (not an affiliate link)
  • Options
    cloudeaglecloudeagle Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    "Excitebots?" Er, okay.

    Very excited about Punch-Out, though I'll also hold off until I hear how it controls. And Henry Hatsworth, dammit!

    Personal Trainer: Walking. Snicker. But, it'll sell.

    cloudeagle on
    Switch: 3947-4890-9293
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Punch-Out could use MotionPlus too. Before Punch-Out was announced, Miyamoto used Punch-Out as a example of game that could take advantage of the device. Of course, he also said that nothing like that would be under development currently, and certainly not under his supervision. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    SorensonSorenson Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Am I the only person who's hoping that Punch-Out! has a bike-chasing minigame between weight classes?

    EDIT: And I know someone said it's partial, but damn, that Wii list is looking pretty sparse. DS is looking pretty great, though - I'm getting Dark Spire and Henry Hatsworth for sure, and that SMT game perks my interest.

    EDIT: And from the other thread: Professor Heinz Wolff's Gravity? Hmmmm...

    EDIT: Oh, yeah, and Sporky reminds me of that chiptunes rythem game that got announced as well. Intriguing.

    EDIT: And Sporky reminded me of something else: why is Soda Popinski not on the cover? :x

    Sorenson on
  • Options
    UncleSporkyUncleSporky Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Do people actually punch like that?

    Also notice Night Game. This is important. It is by Nifflas of Knytt Stories fame.

    This is some really old concept art:
    1399098540f70e6441feo.png

    UncleSporky on
    Switch Friend Code: SW - 5443 - 2358 - 9118 || 3DS Friend Code: 0989 - 1731 - 9504 || NNID: unclesporky
  • Options
    LewiePLewieP Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I cannot wait to see what Excitebots is. I was hoping for a an announcement about F-zero from Monster games, but maybe this is their next test to see if they are allowed to do F-Zero...

    LewieP on
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Sorenson wrote: »
    EDIT: And I know someone said it's partial, but damn, that Wii list is looking pretty sparse.

    Dunno. My pick list is following:

    Anno 1402: New World (Europe only so far)
    Another Code 2 (Europe only so far)
    Broken Sword: Director's Cut (march)
    Conduit
    Excitebots
    Guitar Hero: Metallica
    Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
    Let's Tap
    Mad World
    Overlord: Dark Legend
    Punch-Out
    Virtua Tennis
    Wii Sport Resort

    Plenty of stuff. Plus I have also brand new X360 to support.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    Jam WarriorJam Warrior Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Couscous wrote: »
    I'm surprised they are releasing Legend of Stafy here despite never releasing any of the previous games outside of the moon.

    Brawl, I suppose. I guess that we are seeing new Golden Sun, Drill Dozer, and Kid Icarus eventually.

    Fingers crossed, if it's a hit maybe they'll move the whole franchise over here like what happened with Fire Emblem and Phoenix Wright.

    Jam Warrior on
    MhCw7nZ.gif
  • Options
    BedlamBedlam Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Couscous wrote: »
    I'm surprised they are releasing Legend of Stafy here despite never releasing any of the previous games outside of the moon.

    Brawl, I suppose. I guess that we are seeing new Golden Sun, Drill Dozer, and Kid Icarus eventually.
    If that was true we would see earthbound.

    :cry:

    Bedlam on
  • Options
    Ragnar DragonfyreRagnar Dragonfyre Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I always wondered why Nintendo didn't make Punch Out instead of Wii Sports Boxing. I'm curious to see how it'll play...

    However, I'm already going to express my disappointment at the fact that all of the boxers will just be carried over from previous Punch Outs. It's highly unlikely that Nintendo will put in much effort and probably won't make very many new, original fighters.

    Ragnar Dragonfyre on
    steam_sig.png
  • Options
    cloudeaglecloudeagle Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I always wondered why Nintendo didn't make Punch Out instead of Wii Sports Boxing. I'm curious to see how it'll play...

    However, I'm already going to express my disappointment at the fact that all of the boxers will just be carried over from previous Punch Outs. It's highly unlikely that Nintendo will put in much effort and probably won't make very many new, original fighters.

    And you're basing that on... what, exactly?

    Every single Punch-Out has carried over some boxers and introduced new ones. Hell, the box for Super Punch-Out was loaded with returning boxers, yet the game was crammed with newcomers. It's just as likely we'll get new ones here. But, we'll see.

    cloudeagle on
    Switch: 3947-4890-9293
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    It's highly unlikely that Nintendo will put in much effort and probably won't make very many new, original fighters.

    Next Level Games has working on it for longer than 18 months, so it isn't really rush job. But yeah, I don't really see them inventing lots of new boxers. This is mainly marketed for NES-generation. Of course, I would like to see raging finnish boxer with string vest and fur cap.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    GuekGuek Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    new excitetruck-like game = awesomesauce

    Guek on
  • Options
    LunkerLunker Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Sorenson wrote: »
    EDIT: And I know someone said it's partial, but damn, that Wii list is looking pretty sparse.

    Dunno. My pick list is following:

    Anno 1402: New World (Europe only so far)
    Another Code 2 (Europe only so far)
    Broken Sword: Director's Cut (march)
    Conduit
    Excitebots
    Guitar Hero: Metallica
    Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
    Let's Tap
    Mad World
    Overlord: Dark Legend
    Punch-Out
    Virtua Tennis
    Wii Sport Resort

    Plenty of stuff. Plus I have also brand new X360 to support.

    I am enraged that Another Code/Trace Memory 2 hasn't been announced for Amurrica yet. I also forgot about Let's Tap—for $30 it looks amazing.

    Lunker on
    Tweet my Face: @heyitslunker | Save money at CheapAssGamer (not an affiliate link)
  • Options
    SorensonSorenson Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    To be honest, though, considering how iconic that some of them are of the game I'd be miffed if they didn't bring back the classics - and the press release says they'll be having new opponents as well as old, so your worries are unfounded.

    EDIT: Daggonit, beaten!

    EDIT: And like Lewie said, I really really really hope that they've got some F-Zero lovin' in the works. Mario Kart was fan-fuckin-fastic outside of some of the item BS.

    Sorenson on
  • Options
    GuekGuek Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    It's highly unlikely that Nintendo will put in much effort and probably won't make very many new, original fighters.

    Next Level Games has working on it for longer than 18 months, so it isn't really rush job. But yeah, I don't really see them inventing lots of new boxers. This is mainly marketed for NES-generation.

    maybe, maybe not. Next Level is a pretty good studio. They're responsible for the striker series which were anything but cash in titles. I liked the way they spun the "extreme sports" thing, and I expect the same level of detail they put into those games for punch-out as well.

    Guek on
  • Options
    BedlamBedlam Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    cloudeagle wrote: »
    Every single Punch-Out
    Uhhh, both of them?

    How could the first one have carry overs?

    Bedlam on
  • Options
    LunkerLunker Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Wait, Punch Out is from Next Level Games? Strikers is still one of my favorite sports games of all time. Much love, NLG!

    And "Excitebots: Trick Racing" is arguably one of the worst titles I've ever heard. It makes me think of a shovelware Pokemon knockoff ... Spectrobes for the DS is what I'm reminded of. :( I liked Excite Truck at launch, but I'm not 100 percent sold on a sequel.

    Lunker on
    Tweet my Face: @heyitslunker | Save money at CheapAssGamer (not an affiliate link)
  • Options
    pslong9pslong9 Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Lunker wrote: »
    I wonder why there's still no solid release date for Wii Sports Resort. Especially since Tiger Woods PGA Tour has been confirmed as using it.

    I wouldn't be surprised if Wii Sports Resort was formally announced at the Games Developers Conference at the end of March, since Iwata is speaking and here's the description of his keynote: "In his keynote address, Nintendo global president Satoru Iwata will talk about Nintendo’s role in creating better tools and bringing opportunities for developers to introduce their innovative ideas to a marketplace that is increasingly willing and eager to embrace new game design possibilities."

    pslong9 on
    steam_sig.png

    3DS FC: 0817-3759-2788
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Bedlam wrote: »
    Uhhh, both of them?

    There is actually four Punch-Out games, with two being for arcades.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    CouscousCouscous Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Bedlam wrote: »
    Uhhh, both of them?

    There is actually four Punch-Out games, with two being for arcades.

    There is that arm wrestling spin-off.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arm_Wrestling_(video_game)

    Couscous on
  • Options
    cloudeaglecloudeagle Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    Bedlam wrote: »
    Uhhh, both of them?

    There is actually four Punch-Out games, with two being for arcades.

    Yep. And the lineup has changed for all four, with the latter three getting carry-overs and new guys.

    cloudeagle on
    Switch: 3947-4890-9293
  • Options
    PeewiPeewi Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    I see The Legendary Starfy in the list of DS games. Is the Stafy series regarded as good games?

    Peewi on
  • Options
    LewiePLewieP Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Seriously, I only just got Excite Truck over Christmas, when it finally dropped in price, and it is an incredibly solid game, pretty close to perfect, and I don't like many racing games.

    LewieP on
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Peewi wrote: »
    I see The Legendary Starfy in the list of DS games. Is the Stafy series regarded as good games?

    It is one of those series that are hyped by crazy importers. It's pretty bland series.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    PatboyXPatboyX Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    What's that Pikmin game all about? Is it just a sequel?

    PatboyX on
    "lenny bruce is not afraid..."
    brush1rt1.jpg
  • Options
    SageinaRageSageinaRage Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Huff

    puff

    Sequel to ExciteTruck? I got here as fast as I could.

    I really don't know what ExciteBots is supposed to mean though. Are you racing bots now? Like robots? It says it's 'trick racing', but you use the wheel? I mean, I played Trickstyle, but that was a racing game on hover-boards. I'm kind of confused. And excited though!

    SageinaRage on
    sig.gif
  • Options
    jeddy leejeddy lee Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    Excite...bots? My wife is going to be very VERY upset if it derails too far from Excitetruck. I'm convinced thats the video game that convinced her to marry me.

    jeddy lee on
    Backlog Challenge: 0%
    0/8

    PS2
    FF X replay

    PS3
    God of War 1&2 HD
    Rachet and Clank Future
    MGS 4
    Prince of Persia

    360
    Bayonetta
    Fable 3

    DS
    FF: 4 heroes of light
  • Options
    elkataselkatas Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    It says it's 'trick racing', but you use the wheel?

    EBGames is listing two SKUs for the game, one with wheel and one without.

    elkatas on
    Hypnotically inclined.
  • Options
    jeddy leejeddy lee Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    PatboyX wrote: »
    What's that Pikmin game all about? Is it just a sequel?

    Motion plus controls Pikmin 1 & 2 remake.

    jeddy lee on
    Backlog Challenge: 0%
    0/8

    PS2
    FF X replay

    PS3
    God of War 1&2 HD
    Rachet and Clank Future
    MGS 4
    Prince of Persia

    360
    Bayonetta
    Fable 3

    DS
    FF: 4 heroes of light
  • Options
    PeewiPeewi Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    PatboyX wrote: »
    What's that Pikmin game all about? Is it just a sequel?

    It's a Wii version of the first Pikmin game. It's already out in Europe.

    Peewi on
  • Options
    SageinaRageSageinaRage Registered User regular
    edited February 2009
    elkatas wrote: »
    It says it's 'trick racing', but you use the wheel?

    EBGames is listing two SKUs for the game, one with wheel and one without.

    Well, even if you don't use the wheel specifically, what confuses me is that when I think of 'trick' racing, I think of stuff like skateboards. I don't think...you know, CARS.

    SageinaRage on
    sig.gif
Sign In or Register to comment.