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NASCAR Kart Racing announced for Wii by EA

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NASCAR Kart Racing Screenshot

Electronic Arts has revealed NASCAR Kart Racing exclusively for Wii. Which, correct me if I’m wrong, is EA’s first entry in the “kart-racing” genre that was started by Mario Kart and joined by nearly every other mascot character in existence, from Crash Bandicoot to Sonic to LEGO to Bomberman to Konami characters. I’m surprised it took them so long!

NASCAR Kart Racing has been designed from the ground up for Wii and will allow players to “grab the steering wheel as a famed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver and speed through treacherous landscapes, wind around rocky cliffs, jump rivers and dodge falling boulders.”



Multiplayer offers up to four-player head-to-head play via split-screen and lots of licensed, named drivers in addition to original characters created just for the game.

Real NASCAR drivers include: Jeff Burton, Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, Matt Kenseth, Elliott Sadler, Tony Stewart.

New EA characters include: Billy Backfire, Bobby Backfire, Kelly Kates, Linda Leadbetter, Maurice L’Eclair, “Shakes” McDaniel, “Thriller” Tadwell, Monica Torres, Luke Trigger, Terri Windsome.

Like all cart racers, you can collect power-ups as you race along the tracks either solo or with a teammate. Power-Ups include: Boomstick, Gas Can, Oil Slick, Bottle Rocket, Shockwave, Free Pass, Yellow Flag, Ad. Nothing out of the ordinary there, as the power-ups do what you’d expect. The Bottle Rocket seeks someone out like a Red Shell from Mario Kart, the ad covers an opponents screen so they can’t see, the shockwave spins out drivers near you, the Yellow Flag gives you a speed boost to the front of the pack, etc. No word yet on whether or not the game supports the “Wii Racing Wheel” but I’d imagine that it will.

NASCAR Kart Racing has a release date of February in the U.S. for the Wii. It does not yet have a release date for Europe.

Key Features of NASCAR Kart Racing include:

* Fun, Competitive Kart Racing For Everyone
Race as your favorite NASCAR driver and compete against friends and family with four-player split-screen action.
* Stay “In The Zone”
Fill your boost meter to trigger a speed burst or slingshot around the track with the help of your teammate in a race for the checkered flag.
* Power-Up To Make The Pass
Yellow-flag the competition, throw an oil slick, launch a rocket, and more as you work your way past the field.
* Set Your Sights On The Championship
The competition has taken control of all tracks – now it’s up to you and a teammate to beat each duo and take ‘em back.

Check out the trailer above to see the game in action. Looks pretty much like a standard cart racing game to me . . . does anyone else spot anything unique about this? Either way though, cart racers ARE fun and this game looks like it could be a fun, multiplayer racing game just like every cart racer is.

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Dragon Quest X announced for Wii by series creator

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Square-Enix and Nintendo announce Dragon Quest X for Wii
Dragon Quest X, the 10th entry in the extremely popular RPG series, has been revealed for Wii by series creator Yuji Horii at a Square Enix press conference. No other details were given on the game including a release date, price, or any details on gameplay, storyline or characters.

This is not a huge surprise considering that the latest game in the franchise, the yet-to-be-released Dragon Quest IX, is an exclusive to Nintendo’s DS handheld. So it would only seem natural that the company would graduate to Nintendo’s Wii system.

Journey of the Cursed King for PS2Since Dragon Quest X will be on the Wii, it will be the first current-gen entry in the franchise and the latest console release. Dragon Quest VIII was the previous console game in the series, and was released on the PS2 in 2005 in the U.S. and was the first title in the series to be released outside of Japan with the “Dragon Quest” name instead of “Dragon Warrior”, as it was previously called outside of Japan.

Square Enix also saw fit to reveal the Japanese release date for the DS Dragon Quest IX game at the press conference. Dragon Quest IX will be released in Japan on March 28th for 5,980 yen.

Nintendo sells 800,000 Wiis over Thanksgiving week

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Nintendo WiiNintendo has announced that they have sold an incredible 800,000 Wii units during the Thanksgiving week holiday, from November 23rd to November 29th.

That is more than double the amount (of 350,000) sold during the same week last year, despite the economic troubles. In fact it’s so much that Nintendo nearly matched the entire November 2007 monthly sales figures with the sales of the Wii during Thanksgiving week 2008, an incredible achievement.

As of September 30th, the Wii has sold nearly 35 million units worldwide, making it easily the best-selling platform of the current console generation.

And the monthly outlook for November may be even rosier. Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter estimates that the Wii sold a whopping 1.4 million units during November (He also predicts record sales of the reduced-price Xbox 360 at 800,000 units and steadily advancing PS3 sales at 400,000 units). Overall Pachter predicts that console sales overall were up 17% during the month of November with handheld sales dropping 5%.

DS Ice Blue Game System with Brain Age BundleAs far as Nintendo’s DS handheld is concerned, sales were up 20% of last year for the week of Thanksgiving, but Nintendo did not provide exact figures. The uptick in sales comes despite the unveiling of the DSi, which is the third redesign in the DS system hardware that includes built-in cameras, a web-browser and the ability to download software via an online store. The DSi won’t be released until “well into 2009″ and has been selling briskly in Nintendo’s home country of Japan since it went on sale last month. Despite that, sales of the DS in the U.S. are still selling like hotcakes as is the Nintendo Wii, which is simply off the charts.

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Mushroom Men: Spore Wars Art Documentaries – Bad guys, good guys, enemies and weapons

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The Spore Wars for WiiMushroom Men: The Spore Wars is one of the most unique Wii exclusive titles on the market, at least visually and conceptually, even it the games have amounted to nothing more than platformers and have received reviews in the 6 to 7 out of 10 range.

Regardless, a lot of effort when into developing Spore Wars as well as Mushroom Men: Rise of the Fungi on DS (both games are developed by Red Fly Studio and published by GameC0ck Media Group), especially when it comes to the elements that make up the game: the visuals, audio, enemies, weapons, concept and theme.

In these video documentaries, take a look behind-the-scenes at what went into making each aspect of Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars.

Art Documentary - The Good Guys

Art Documentary - The Bad Guys

How to download the Wii Speak Channel to talk in Animal Crossing City Folk

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Wii Speak Microphone for WiiOne of the coolest features of Animal Crossing: City Folk for Wii (the newest game in the Animal Crossing series) is the fact that the game supports Nintendo’s new microphone accessory, the Wii Speak, which allows for voice chat when playing City Folk online with friends.

The microphone can either be bought bundled with the game (at an American msrp of $70 or just the game for $50) or separately (just the microphone) for $30. And eventually other games should support voice chat while playing online, but right now it’s just City Folk.

City Folk with Wii Speak BundleWhen you buy the microphone, packed inside the box is a 16-digit “Wii Download Ticket” code that allows you to download the “Wii Speak Channel” to your Wii Channels menu. The channel allows you to simply chat with an unlimited amount of friends in one of four available chat rooms. Each user is represented by their Mii who will lip-synch what they are saying. In addition the Wii Speak Channel allows you to leave friends audio messages as well as attach audio clips to stored photos. You can also share photo slid shows and comment on them with the Wii Speak Channel.

Give a look at how the channel works and how to download it in this video.

Via GoNintendo

On the Wii Shop today: Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Bruiser and Scratch, Hockey Allstar Shootout

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Get a Wii Points Card at AmazonToday Nintendo adds new/classic games to the popular Wii Shop Channel. The games go live at 9AM Pacific time. 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 stores like Amazon (see Card above).

We’ve included videos of each of today’s games for nostalgia’s sake or so you can see if it’s to your tastes.

This week’s new WiiWare games are:

Bruiser and Scratch WiiWare screenshot
Bruiser and Scratch (Steel Penny Games, Inc., 1 player, Rated E for Everyone, 1,000 Wii Points = $10): Bruiser and Scratch are stranded in a strange world with a dark secret. Their only hope in finding a path home is to unravel the mystery of this place, one oversized puzzle at a time. Along the way, they make new friends and meet up with old adversaries, each of whom plays a role in their journey. Bruiser and Scratch offers a number of tutorial levels to bring the player up to speed gradually. The story unfolds over 48 puzzles and six landscapes. And for players who can’t get enough, Challenge mode offers 75 additional puzzles that range from child’s play to mind-bogglingly difficult.

Hockey Allstar Shootout (Big Blue Bubble Inc., 1-2 players, Rated E for Everyone, 500 Wii Points = $5): Use the Wii Remote controller as a stick and take the shot as you compete in three exciting Hockey Skills Challenges. In Head 2 Head, it’s just you versus the best goalies in the world in a five-puck shootout. Race against the clock to post the most goals in the fastest time. The three difficulty levels will place you against three increasingly talented goalies, each donning the jersey of their home country. In two-player mode, each player will take a turn as shooter and as goalie, and the player who scores the most goals in five shots is the winner. In Sharp Shooter, you post a high score in one of three difficulty levels by breaking as many targets as you can. Each time a shot fails to break a target, an X will appear in the upper left corner. Three misses and the game is over. Power Shot has you take your best shot and watch the Shot-Speed Clock light up. You have three attempts to blast the fastest shot you can, and only the best speeds will grace the high score list.

This week’s new Virtual Console game is:

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (Sega Master System, 1 player, Rated E for Everyone, 500 Wii Points = $5): Play the popular Sonic The Hedgehog sequel, made specifically for the Sega Master System. Sonic returns home to his island just in time to see Dr. Eggman (a.k.a. Dr. Robotnik) run off with Tails. In fact, Dr. Eggman has kidnapped all of Sonic’s animal friends and placed them in robotic mind-controlling suits. He demands the six Chaos Emeralds, hidden on the island, in exchange for their safe return. Explore underground mine shafts, dash through underwater tunnels and hang glide through the clouds in Sonic’s search for the Chaos Emeralds. Once Sonic’s found them all, he must face off with the evil Dr. Eggman and thwart his plan for global domination.

New Ghostbusters game trailer touts Murray, Aykroyd, Ramis and Hudson

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The Video Game HD Screenshot

A new Ghostbusters: The Video Game trailer along with new screenshots has been released by Atari, who will publish the game on six systems (Wii, Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, PC and DS) in 2009. Note that the Wii and PS2 version will feature more cartoony looking graphics and characters due to the lack of HD graphics.

The Video Game on PS3Developed by Terminal Reality, who worked closely with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, Inc., the game will be released to coincide with the 25th anniversary celebration of the original film’s theatrical release with a completely new story that re-unites the original cast members from the film (complete with their voice acting and in-game likeness) in a sequel (Ghostbusters 3, if you will) that seeks to recapture the unique blend of humor, fright and action that established Ghostbusters as one of the most popular and recognizable pop culture sensations in history.

Here is an all-new trailer for the game.

Ghostbusters: The Video Game is penned by the original writers of Ghostbusters, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd and re-unites the original film’s cast, for the first time in 20 years, in Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson with a storyline that takes place two years after the Ghostbuster II film. The game even features fan favorites such as William Atherton (Walter Peck), Annie Potts (Janine Melnitz) and Brian Doyle-Muray (Mayor Jock Mulligan).

Sony will also be releasing the two movies on Blu-ray disc for the first time in celebration of it’s anniversary.

Top 5 game sales per system worldwide in week 49, 2008

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What are the best-selling games in America, Japan, and Europe (UK, France, Germany) this week? Thanks to Amazon online sales data here are the games that are the most popular right now.

Nintendo Wii
The Force Unleashed for WiiNorth America: 1. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (LucasArts), 2. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo), 3. Active Life: Outdoor Challenge (Namco Bandai), 4. Wii Music (Nintendo), 5. Rock Band Special Edition (MTV Games).

Japan: 1. 428: In the Blocked City, Shibuya (Sega), 2. Animal Crossing: City Folk (Nintendo), 3. Animal Crossing: City Folk – WiiSpeak Bundle (Nintendo), 4. Wii Fit (Nintendo), 5. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo).

Europe: 1. Mario Kart Wii (Nintendo), 2. Wii Play (Nintendo), 3. Carnival: Fun Fair Games (2K Games), 4. Wii Fit (Nintendo), 5. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Sega).

Xbox 360
World At War for Xbox 360North America: 1. Call of Duty: World at War (Activision), 2. Gears of War 2 (Microsoft), 3. Fallout 3 (Bethesda), 4. Halo 3 (Microsoft), 5. Fable II (Microsoft).

Japan: 1. Fallout 3 (Bethesda), 2. Saints Row 2 (THQ), 3. Agarest Senki: Re-appearance (Compile Heart), 4. The Last Remnant (Square Enix), 5. Tales of Vesperia (Namco).

Europe: 1. Call of Duty: World at War (Activision), 2. FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts), 3. Fable II (Microsoft), 4. Gears of War 2 (Microsoft), 5. Fallout 3 (Bethesda).

PlayStation 3
LittleBigPlanet on PS3North America: 1. LittleBigPlanet (Sony), 2. Call of Duty: World at War (Activision), 3. Prince of Persia (Ubisoft), 4. Guitar Hero World Tour: Guitar Kit (Activision), 5. Fallout 3 (Bethesda).

Japan: 1. Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami), 2. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots – Special Edition (Konami), 3. Grand Theft Auto IV (Capcom), 4. Pro Baseball Spirits 5 Kanzenban (Konami), 5. MotorStorm II (Sony).

Europe: 1. Resistance 2 (Sony), 2. LittleBigPlanet (Sony), 3. Call of Duty: World at War (Activision), 4. FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts), 5. Need for Speed: Undercover (Electronic Arts).

PlayStation 2
Rock Band Special Edition for PS2North America: 1. Rock Band Special Edition (MTV Games), 2. Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories (Square Enix), 3. Lego Batman (Warner Bros.), 4. Guitar Hero World Tour: Guitar Kit (Activision), 5. Madden NFL 09 (Electronic Arts).

Japan: 1. Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World – Special Edition (Bandai), 2. Pro Baseball Spirits 5 Kanzenban (Konami), 3. Real Rode – Kirakira Box (Kadokawa Shoten), 4. Real Rode (Kadokawa Shoten), 5. Devil Summoner: Raido Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon – Plus Edition (Atlus).

Europe: 1. SingStar: ABBA (Sony), 2. FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts), 3. SingStar: Boy Bands vs. Girl Bands (Sony), 4. Lego Batman (Warner Bros.), 5. SingStar Singalong with Disney (Sony).

PC
Wrath of the Lich King for PCNorth America: 1. World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Blizzard), 2. Spore (Electronic Arts), 3. Fallout 3 (Bethesda), 4. Call of Duty: World at War (Activision), 5. Left 4 Dead (Electronic Arts).

Japan: 1. Left 4 Dead (Zoo), 2. Fantasy Earth Zero: Equitis Edition (Square Enix), 3. LineAge Episode Re: Premium Kit ver. 2 (E Frontier), 4. Ragnarok Online 6th Anniversary Package (E Frontier), 5. The Sims 2: Mansion & Garden Pack (Electronic Arts).

Europe: 1. Football Manager 2009 (Sega), 2. Grand Theft Auto IV (Rockstar), 3. Spore (Electronic Arts), 4. Left 4 Dead (Electronic Arts), 5. World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Blizzard).

Nintendo DS
Elite Penguin Force for DSNorth America: 1. Disney Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force (Disney), 2. Personal Trainer: Cooking (Nintendo), 3. Mario Kart DS (Nintendo), 4. Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia (Nintendo), 5. New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo).

Japan: 1. Kirby Super Star Ultra (Nintendo), 2. Professor Layton and The Last Time Travel (Nintendo), 3. Wagamama Fashion: Girls Mode (Nintendo), 4. Pokemon Platinum (Nintendo), 5. Professor Layton and The Last Time Travel – Plus Main Theme Music CD (Nintendo).

Europe: 1. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? (Nintendo), 2. More Brain Training (Nintendo), 3. Imagine: Teacher (Ubisoft), 4. 42 All-Time Classics (Nintendo), 5. New Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo).

PlayStation Portable
Chains of Olympus for PSPNorth America: 1. God of War: Chains of Olympus (Sony), 2. Madden NFL 09 (Electronic Arts), 3. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (LucasArts), 4. Lego Batman (Warner Bros.), 5. Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Rockstar).

Japan: 1. The Legend of Heroes: Sora no Kiseki The 3rd (Nihon Falcom), 2. Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam (Bandai), 3. Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G – Best Of PSP Edition (Capcom), 4. Patapon 2: Donchaka (Sony), 5. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX: Tag Force 3 (Konami).

Europe: 1. FIFA 09 (Electronic Arts), 2. Lego Batman (Warner Bros.), 3. Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (Konami), 4. Football Manager Handheld 2009 (Sega), 5. Call of Duty 3: Roads to Victory (Activision).

Call of Duty: World at War remains #1 on the Xbox 360 chart. LittleBigPlanet returns to claim the top spot on the PS3 chart again. World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King also stays on top of the PC chart. Rock Band returns on the PS2 chart. Disney’s Club Penguin: Elite Penguin Force is on top of the DS chart. A discount puts Star Wars: The Force Unleashed on the Wii chart. And lastly God of War: Chains of Olympus stays on the PSP chart.

“Extra! Extra! Read all about it!” A listing of the top 5 sellers per region, for all systems combined.

North America: 1. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (Wii), 2. Mario Kart Wii (Wii), 3. Active Life: Outdoor Challenge (Wii), 4. Wii Music (Wii), 5. Rock Band Special Edition (Wii).

Japan: 1. Fallout 3 (DS), 2. Kirby Super Star Ultra (DS), 3. 428: In the Blocked City, Shibuya (Wii), 4. Professor Layton and The Last Time Travel (DS), 5. Wagamama Fashion: Girls Mode (DS).

Europe: 1. Mario Kart Wii (Wii), 2. Wii Play (Wii), 3. Call of Duty: World at War (Xbox 360), 4. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? (DS), 5. More Brain Training (DS).

For the full lists go to Amazon’s US, JPN (PC) & UK / DE / FR sites.

Disaster 2 concept ready for Wii despite slow sales and Baten Kaitos Wii being considered

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Day of Crisis screenshot shows hero Raymond BryceDisaster: Day of Crisis is a unique and intense “panic inducing survival game” exclusively for Wii, developed by Monolith Software (Xenosaga, Baten Kaitos. Nintendo bought Monolith back in April of 2007) and published by Nintendo.

In the game you must survive a wave of natural disasters and save the the United States from a rogue group of special forces who seize a nuclear weapon by using all the capabilities of the Wii system including extensive motion controls that compliment the gameplay instead of hinder it.

Day of Crisis European Wii BoxartThe game is a hybrid of adventure, RPG leveling, shooting, driving, platforming, context-sensitive action, and arcade-like elements brought together with a story that Supa describes as a mix between the action TV show “24″ and the disaster movie “The Day After Tomorrow” where players race a car down a mountain to escape a lava avalanche, dodge toppling buildings during a devastating earthquake and swim for their lives during a raging flood. SOUNDS GREAT TO ME!

Sadly though, the game has not sold well and may not see a release in North America (it’s out now in Japan, Europe and Australia).

In an interview with Cubed3, developer Yamagami stated how the game may not come to the United States due to the combination of slow to poor sales and the fact that Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime doesn’t seem to be a big fan of the game. He went on to state however that “Regardless of the region, ‘DISASTER’ can be enjoyed by any consumer that loves ‘disaster’ style movies.”

Even though we may not get the Wii version, another of the developers stated that they would love to do a Disaster 2 sequel, stating that “…there were so many wonderful options [ in the game ]. We would like to see the possibility for them, if we have chance to develop the sequel…” and furthermore, that the sequel may appear on DS if enough fans request it.

Baten Kaitos 1 for GameCubeInterestingly enough, a sequel is already in place . . . but may not see fruition. It all really depends on fan demand so be sure to let them know how much you enjoy the game and how much you want to see it come to North America!

And in other Monolith news, there would appear to be more than one project underway at the studio, including a possible new Baten Kaitos game! He said their team is “willing to start developing Baten Kaitos” when given the go-ahead. Which should be music to the ears of GameCube fans who got their RPG fix due to Baten Kaitos 1 and Baten Kaitos 2: Origins.

* Thanks to Siliconera for the Disaster Screenshot

On the PAL Wii Shop today: Art Style: Rotohex, Bang!, Pit Crew Panic!, Strong Bad Episode 4

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Get a Wii Points Card at Amazon UKToday Nintendo of Europe and Australia added new games to the popular Wii Shop Channel. The game went live at midnight CET. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points to download the game. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at stores like Amazon UK.

The WiiWare games are:

Art Style: Rotohex (Nintendo, Puzzle, 1-2 players, 600 Wii Points = €6 / £4.50 / AU$9): Use colored triangular panels to create a vibrant mosaic of stained glass in Art Style: ROTOHEX. As triangles fall from the top of the screen, rotate them to group six panels of the same color and create a matching hexagon, or HEX. Once the HEX has been formed, it will disappear, allowing the existing panels to shift and more panels to fill the playing field. A clear-cut goal and two different styles of intuitive controls allow you to focus solely on the game play-which is vital, as the playing field will be full of panels before you know it. With multiple modes (unlock more as you progress further in SOLO mode), special item panels at your disposal, and the ability to play cooperatively or competitively with a friend, there will always be another HEX to create.

Bang! (Engine Software, Puzzle, 1-2 players, 600 Wii Points = €6 / £4.50 / AU$9): Bang! is a casual game type with very addictive puzzle gameplay using the unique Wii Remote controller functionality, and will support a two-player battle mode.

Pit Crew Panic! (Hudson Entertainment, Action/Other, 1-4 players, 500 Wii Points = €5 / £3.75 / AU$7.50): Pit Crew Panic! is a frantic, action-packed game that unfolds on the racing circuit. During the game, the pit crew is not only faced with repairing vehicles, but also various WHATSITs. Handling the WHATSIT repairs is a pit crew made up of legendary beauties. The controls are simple: Just grab a member of the crew with the Wii Remote controller’s A Button, then release the button when the Pointer is over the damaged PART, and that crew member will begin repairs. Assign repairs to the members of your team and provide support using the Wii Remote to send a fully repaired WHATSIT out of the pit as quickly as you can. The game features Normal mode, which can be played using one of two rules: Abnormal mode (players split into two teams and compete against each other) and Ranking mode (compete with players around the world for the top record). Each mode can be played with a maximum of four Wii Remote controllers, allowing you to team up with friends and family. Your teamwork could lead to outstanding records.

Strong Bad’s Cool Game For Attractive People: Episode 4 - Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective (Telltale Games, 1 player, Adventure, 1,000 Wii Points = €10 / £7.50 / AU$15): Move over, generically buff action heroes. Strong Bad is here to show you how it’s done in his hand-crafted cinematic masterpiece, Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective. You play Dangeresque, a dirty cop in pursuit of a little action and several big sacks of cash. Can our hero stay alive long enough to defeat his arch-nemesis, save the world and get the girl? Looks like he’s gonna have to jump.


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