Nintendo Kicks Off Next Year With Another Code R And Mario Tennis Wii-Make

By Spencer . November 13, 2008 . 5:44am


Remember all those games Nintendo showed at their press conference last month? Nintendo of Japan is wasting no time getting them on store shelves. Wii de Asobu Mario Tennis GC (Play on Wii Mario Power Tennis) will be the first Nintendo published Wii game next year. It’s scheduled to come out in Japan on January 15. We previously confirmed Nintendo of America will publish the Mario Tennis Wii-make, but don’t have an international release date at this time.


Exactly one week later, on January 22, Nintendo will release Another Code R: Gateway to Memory in Japan. Ashley Mizuki Robbins, the protagonist from Trace Memory, returns and is three years older here. The death of her mom, Sayoko, and the puzzle she left behind is the foundation for the story. During her adventure Ashley will discover the true purpose of Another. At this time Nintendo of America has not confirmed if we’re going to get Another Code R or not. However, the game’s release date seems pretty sudden since we only learned it was in development back in October.


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  • Douglas

    I really hope Another Code gets a European release; I loved the DS game even if it was pretty short.

  • Ishaan

    Wait what? It’s a SEQUEL?

    OK, now I’m interested! I thought it was a Wiimake of the DS game. Nice! The ending to Trace Memory was kind of disappointing, so I’m hoping Trace Memory 2 (I guess that’s what they’ll call it) will wrap things up nicely.

  • The Wii needs more adventure games like Another Code. I’m hoping that it will be successful and inspire a new Hotel Dusk-esque game.

  • EvilAkito

    I still haven’t played Trace Memory. If this game is going to be a sequel, I should probably do some catching up.

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