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THQ Has Spirit, How About You?
by Trina [ Thursday, 6th of March 2008 - 12:57 PM ]
THQ announces All Star Cheer Squad for the Wii and DS Okay get ready to roast me, but I am completely intrigued by THQ's announcement of All Star Cheer Squad for the Wii and DS. As a former cheerleader, I can't help but giggle as I imagine people cheering with Wii-mote in hand in the their living room. Players will enter into the world of competitive cheer leading as seen in Bring it on. "With the explosive growth of the girls gaming market in recent years due to the continued success of Wii and DS, our ongoing goal is to stay at the cutting edge of that success by bringing a brand new property for this segment to these popular systems," said Jim Huntley, director of global brand management, THQ. Read More...
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UFC Nintendo Style At GameStop
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 6th of March 2008 - 12:49 PM ]
SSB:Brawl Biggest Tournament At GameStop I know I've talked about it the few times I've been in the ShoutBox and once on the Forums, but here is the release event to end all release events, at least for now. But it looks like they are promoting even further a game that has already hit over 2 million pre-orders already. Awesome right? Well you will get to play the game before the actual US street release, at least for a few hours before you get to take it home with you. Read More...
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Double Axe For Wii
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 5th of March 2008 - 01:17 PM ]
Guitar Hero III Gets New Pack So you might have heard or been mixed up in the fiasco of the Mono-sound issue with the Wii version of the game. If you signed up for the replacement disc, I'm sorry for you since that doesn't seem to be going to well, at least from what has been reported to me. I hear it is a long turn around time to get your disk shipped back to you. So you might want to pick up another game in the mean time to fill the void of the wait. No More Heroes is a good choice, but I digest. Read More...
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F*ck Your TV Guide!
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 4th of March 2008 - 02:20 PM ]
Wii Gets A New Channel Currently the main information is out of Japan, as usual. Yes yet another thing they get before us, but what's new right? Now this is a free download onto the Wii as with the other channels it offers up. What does it do? Really it is just a TV guide on your Wii, or at least that's what they want you to believe. The truth is that it is just that with a few extra bells and whistles added ontop of it. First, You will be able to search around for your shows using the comfort of the WiiMote instead of going to the TV Guide itself or the TV Guide Channel on your Cable/Satelite provider. Read More...
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Wii Wiill Soon Have More Content
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 4th of March 2008 - 12:51 AM ]
The Wii Ware Site is now live In case you didn't know or have been living in a cold war re-enactment zone, Wii will soon have some new content along with some awesome games come May of this year (2008). From the looks and rumors of it, it won't just be old ports to the new system or anything. Pricing has not been set as of yet. The site that is up is only in Japanese, if you follow the link Google will translate for you. Here is a short list of what looks like will be coming out soon. Read More...
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Rock Band Goes Truckin' With Downloadable Grateful Dead Tracks
by Aaron BlueWolf72 Molloy [ Monday, 3rd of March 2008 - 01:21 AM ]
Anyone Down for Grateful Dead on Rock Band? First six out of eighteen classic Grateful Dead master recordings set to hit Rock Band Harmonix and MTV Games today announced plans to take gamers on a long strange trip with the first selection of downloadable Grateful Dead tracks for the revolutionary music video game Rock Band. On March 4th, gamers looking to channel their inner Dead Head can download six of the legendary band's most popular tracks, including "China Cat Sunflower" (from 1969's Aoxomoxoa), "Casey Jones" (from 1970's Workingman's Dead), "Sugar Magnolia" and "Truckin'" (both from 1970's American Beauty), "Franklin's Tower" (from 1975's Blues For Allah) and "I Need A Miracle" (from 1978's Shakedown Street). Over the next several months, the iconic group will make a total of eighteen master recordings from its diverse catalog available as digitally distributed game levels for Rock Band. Read More...
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