The plumber brothers are back for another round in 2D.
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Since New Super Mario Bros. released on the DS in 2006, it has managed to sell an unprecedented number of copies - around 19 million. Given the clear popularity of the title and its mass appeal, Nintendo has created a sequel to the title. Rather than keep the course, New Super Mario Bros. Wii shakes up the formula creating a familiar but unique experience. Players will have a variety of new items to experience as well as some new enemies and worlds. Most importantly, players can now enjoy the game with up-to-three friends, an addition that significantly alters the mechanics and play styles of the game.
The special DSi bundles will have DSiWare titles preloaded in them.
A leaked Black Friday ad from Best Buy reveals that there will be two DSi bundles with preloaded DSiWare games and applications available. Both bundles are themed after a popular Nintendo series and contains five different DSiWare titles.
Capcom is promoting the upcoming title with a Flash demo of the first scene of the game.
Fans of the Phoenix Wright series are almost done waiting for the next DS entry. With nearly two years separating the two releases, fans will be excited to hear that they can have a taste of the upcoming point-and-click adventure at GameSpot.
A sweet homage to a classic novel which is sadly held down by its length and lack of substance.
Just in time for the holidays, Disney has released a motion picture that brings Charles Dickens' classic to life like never before. As with most major movie releases, the movie has spawned a game based on the screenplay.
A slew of information was released today, including the release date, new character information, and a video detailing the development process.
Last Friday, Square Enix released a teaser anagram on their website: A Henchmen Inventor Tent Unto. Only a few hours later some dedicated Final Fantasy fans cracked the code revealing the actual statement, Announcement Nov Thirteenth, which of course is today.