Tagged: Wii

Blinged Up Zelda Wii

Not sure if you’ve seen it before, it’s some years old now, but was recently posted somewhere and instantly grabbed my attention. Are you a big Zelda fan and an even bigger Nintendo Wii fan?

Tune In To Kirby TV

If you need a reason to turn on your Wii, this will keep you amused for five minutes and possibly longer if you’re a fan of Kirby since he(?) has a TV show and the dedicated Wii Channel will allow you to watch them. Every Monday and Thursday, a new episode will be released for you to watch, then get archived after two weeks to make room for the new ones, so the jist is, make sure you watch them when they’re available or you’ll miss out.

Rock On with Warriors of Rock

If you’re worried that, just because they’ve declared Guitar Hero as dead, there won’t be anymore content? Well, fret not (hahaha) as yet more songs are available in the Modern Rock Mega Pack. It appears to be some kind of last hope to keep it alive that bit longer since the songs aren’t particularly well known, except maybe three of them from Muse, Puddle of Mudd (would have liked to have seen more PoM) and QotSA, with Snow Patrol as an outsider.

FlatOut Wii Carbashing

Hmm, not sure what the purpose of the carbashing part of FlatOut on the Wii is except kids can go crazy swinging the Wiimote around to smack the crap out of cars. Not quite the best way to vent any frustration as you’re not actually hitting anything and so don’t feel the *CRUNCH* of a hammer on metal, but it might just be enough to tire out the kids before bedtime in the hope of a good nights sleep…

The Video Game Awards 2010 Results

The results of the Spike Video Game Awards 2010 are: GAME OF THE YEAR Winner: Red Dead Redemption (Rockstar Games / Rockstar San Diego) Losers: Call of Duty: Black Ops, God of War III, Halo: Reach, Mass Effect 2 STUDIO OF THE YEAR Winner: BioWare Losers: Blizzard Entertainment, Bungie Studios, Rockstar San Diego BEST XBOX 360 GAME Winner: Mass Effect 2 (Electronic Arts / BioWare) Losers: Alan Wake, Fable III, Halo: Reach BEST PS3 GAME Winner: God of War III (Sony Computer Entertainment / SCE Studios Santa Monica) Losers: Heavy Rain, ModNation Racers, Red Dead Redemption BEST Wii GAME Winner: Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Nintendo / Nintendo) Losers: Donkey Kong Country Returns, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Metroid: Other M

Need for Speed Nitro Boosts Onto DSiWare

WiiWare – Flowerworks: Follie’s Adventure (Nocturnal, 500 Wii Points) An enhanced version of the ‘Flowerworks’, Flowerworks: Follie’s Adventure is a meaty adventure game offering both single and two-player co-operative play and all new features such as, new Beginner & Mastery difficulty levels, in-game support for four languages (English, French, Spanish & German) and many more surprises.

PDC Coming To Wii and PS3

Besides rhyming, O-Games has released a couple of trailers for PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour, one for the Wii version and one for the PlayStation 3, they’re basically the same trailer and due to the Wii supposedly being the same resolution, the actual viewable part was very small, and being pretty much the same trailer (just swap the Move controller for a Wiimote), the PS3 one will suffice.

Mario Goes Black

Image via CrunchBase Nintendo has released details of a limited edition black Wii bundle that will obviously include a back Wii, but also Mario Kart Wii, a steering wheel accessory, Wii Sports and a pre-installed copy of Donkey Kong. The first Super Mario Kart was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1992 in Japan, seven years after game designer Shigeru Miyamoto and his team put the finishing touches to Mario’s first major adventure, Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Since then, there have been 6 versions of the game for Nintendo’s consoles, with each game seeing players dive into frenetic racing action on tracks themed from locations in the Super Mario series of games. Mario Kart Wii has sold more than 24 million copies worldwide since its launch. Pre-order from amazon while it’s £164.99 and before the price fluctuates.

Pussycat Doll Polishes GoldenEye

If you know of the Pussycat Dolls, there’s a chance that you may have heard of Nicole Scherzinger, if not, she’s the main singer of the group and has remade the classic theme song originally by Tina Turner for the GoldenEye 007 videogame. The Wii and DS exclusive will feature the lethal, gritty style of Daniel Craig’s James Bond to outwit, outmanoeuvre and overtake an arms syndicate that threatens the world in an innovative, modern take on the legendary GoldenEye movie. Other features include: four-player split-screen Multiplayer 50 total characters eight classic Bond characters ten maps three standard modes and 17 special modifiers that allow gamers to create hundreds of game combinations. To see and find out more, visit www.goldeneyegame.com.

Party With a Golden Pac-Man

Pac-Man hasn’t really had a good outing since the 80’s, there’s only so much he’s capable of and then it’s mainly just platformer type games, 3D is just a no-go area, again. So, what can you do with the big round yellow waka fiend? Not a lot, so Namco Bandai have decided that he needs to be put on the Wii in yet another party game, because that’s what Wii’s are for, right? Party games? You’d think so due to the majority of them avalable and being released, so, what’s new about Pac-Man Party which has gone gold? As well as having the usual dozens of mini-games, challenges and surprises where players will have to use their skills and reflexes to compete against one another as they move about unique virtual game boards, not that much unsurprisingly.