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Kousoku Card Battle Card Hero adds online play

By Spencer . November 14, 2007 . 1:19pm

While Nintendo has been passionately promoting Wii Fit, Kousoku Card Battle Card Hero is waiting in the limelight. Intelligent Systems is developing the DS game as a follow up to Card Hero & Trading Battle, a year 2000 Game Boy Color title. Like other card games you use 150 cards to summon monsters and cast […]

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Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn gets a new subtitle

By Spencer . August 30, 2007 . 4:27pm

Nintendo mentioned that they weren’t going to use the Goddess of Dawn moniker before. The new subtitle was quietly shuffled on the press site with an updated fact sheet. In North America the game will be known as Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn. While it’s been months since the game came out in Japan, North America […]

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Playing Panel de Pon DS

By Spencer . May 2, 2007 . 6:31pm

For some reason Nintendo chose to release Panel de Pon DS (aka Planet Puzzle League) on the same day as Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings and guess what got all of the attention. Nintendo’s DS puzzle game deserves a shout out because it’s a fantastic remake. Instead of having Yoshi, Pokemon or the fairies Panel […]

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Further into Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn

By Spencer . March 30, 2007 . 1:43pm

After flying around to GDC and SXSW I’ve finally had more time to delve into Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn. It’s absolutely fantastic that is if you like Fire Emblem or other strategy RPGs. Unlike other Wii games like Wii Sports and Wario Ware: Smooth Moves, Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn doesn’t offer anything unique […]

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Hands on Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn’s first battle

By Spencer . March 9, 2007 . 5:00pm

I haven’t had much time to spend with Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn, but so far it’s just the same Fire Emblem you know and love. The game uses classic controller style where you hold the remote like a Nintendo gamepad. Players use the D-pad to navigate around the battlefield. The “2” button confirms and […]

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Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn – the opening videos

By Spencer . March 8, 2007 . 4:10pm

  We have a copy of Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn too and thought you would like to see the two intro videos. The first video shows the main characters and highlights the war on Tellius. At the end you can see Michiah, a light mage, in cel shaded form. While the first video is […]

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More on Super Paper Mario

By Spencer . February 20, 2007 . 11:15am

Super Paper Mario is a semi throw back to the classic 2D Mario games. Players hold the Wii remote horizontally like a NES gamepad and shake the controller to do extra moves such as breaking out of ice. While you’re mostly running around on a 2D flat Paper World players can press a button and […]

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Fire Emblem: Akatsuki no Megami Intro

By Rolando . February 1, 2007 . 8:16pm

Fire Emblem fans rejoice! The opening intro to Fire Emblem: Akatsuki no Megami is available here on the Official Japanese Site, so click on the link to view the opening intro. With 21 days left before its release in Japan, Fire Emblem: Akatsuki no Megami sure looks like it will aim to please many Fire Emblem […]

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Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn screenshots

By Spencer . January 18, 2007 . 11:26am

Nintendo hasn’t been releasing all of the Fire Emblem games on the Virtual Console without a purpose. They have been preparing Japan for the release of Fire Emblem: Akatsuki no Megami (Fire Emblem: Goddess of Dawn). The Wii game has a style similar to the Gamecube title, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, which is suiting […]

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How twelve person multiplayer works in Wario Ware: Smooth Moves

By Spencer . December 28, 2006 . 10:55pm

On the back of the box Odoru Made in Wario (Wario Ware: Smooth Moves) says you can play with twelve people at the same time. It’s true you can and the video below is a demo of how it works out. First everyone makes an angel and you’re randomly chosen to do microgames until you […]

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Wario Ware: Smooth Moves gameplay in motion

By Spencer . December 6, 2006 . 7:22am

Since Wario Ware: Smooth Moves doesn’t come out for another month I took two videos of the game so you guys can get a better sense of the game. The first video is Wario’s scenario and it is the first scenario that you play. All of his games are the “shomen” style where you hold […]

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Wario Ware: Smooth Moves

By Spencer . December 4, 2006 . 11:10pm

Zelda might have been Nintendo’s “killer app” for the Wii, but Wario Ware: Smooth Moves (Odoru Made in Wario) is the best demonstration of what the Wii can do. Like all of the other games in the Wario Ware series you’re going to play “microgames” that last a few seconds. The games come in rapid […]

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Super Paper Mario coming soon, real soon

By Spencer . June 7, 2006 . 8:55am

Since a sizeable amount of attention has been turned towards the Wii, DS Lite and the recently released New Super Mario Bros it is easy to forget that the Gamecube still has titles on the horizon. Super Paper Mario pulls the thin paper style straight from the Paper Mario RPG series, but it isn’t exactly […]

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The Gamecube isn’t dead yet

By Spencer . May 22, 2006 . 12:11pm

Notably absent from Nintendo’s show floor were Gamecube games. The DS was everywhere and the Wii had a huge amount of attention. Even though Wii is on the horizon some Nintendo and a handful of third party publishers haven’t dropped the Cube yet. Here are some upcoming games that make the Gamecube still worth owning.

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Dual Screen wars continue in Omega Land

By Spencer . June 30, 2005 . 2:24pm

Advance Wars made the GBA a must have system in the USA. Now with Advance Wars: Dual Strike, DS owners get to fight two wars at once. Read more about what’s in Advance Wars: Dual Strike in our playtest.  

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Collect Sacred Stones in the next Fire Emblem

By Spencer . October 11, 2004 . 5:49pm

With Fire Emblem being a hit in all regions now, Nintendo has made a follow up. Fire Emblem the Sacred Stones gives players a map to traverse and a new summoner class to play with. Read our playtest of Fire Emblem: Seima no Kouseki for more details.

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