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Nintendo of America issued a surge of new information today about what
consumers can expect from the company in the coming months. Let’s get
right to it:
The new Nintendo DSi XL™ hand-held system
launches March 28 at a suggested retail price of $189.99. The screens
of the Nintendo DSi XL are 93 percent larger than those of the
Nintendo DS™ Lite model, providing a more vivid and
engaging play experience. The screens of the Nintendo DSi XL also
feature a wider viewing angle, letting friends and family members join
the fun. The new system launches in both Burgundy and Bronze colors,
and comes loaded with pre-installed premium software Brain Age™
Express: Arts & Letters, Brain Age Express: Math and Photo
Clock, as well as two free applications: the Nintendo DSi Browser
and Flipnote Studio™. Nintendo DSi XL will also come
with a larger pen-like stylus that allows for a more comfortable grip
and enhanced ease of use when playing games that use the Nintendo DS
touch screen. America’s Test Kitchen: Let’s Get Cooking and WarioWare™:
D.I.Y. will also launch for the Nintendo DS family of products on
March 28, providing consumers with new content that can be enjoyed on
any Nintendo DS system. Games like these demonstrate the enhanced
experience available with the Nintendo DSi XL.
Super Mario Galaxy™ 2,
the sequel to the smash-hit galaxy-hopping original game, launches May
23 for the Wii™ console. The game includes the amazing
gravity-defying, physics-based exploration from the first game, but is
loaded with entirely new galaxies and features to challenge and
delight players. On some stages, Mario™ can pair up with
his dinosaur buddy Yoshi™ and use his tongue to grab items
and spit them back at enemies. Players can also have fun with new
items such as a drill that lets our hero tunnel through solid rock.
Metroid™: Other M, the
incredible new Metroid game developed for Wii through a
collaboration by Nintendo and the world-renowned Team Ninja, launches
June 27. The game looks at the classic franchise from a new
perspective: While much of the game is reminiscent of 2-D
side-scrollers, players can switch the perspective into 3-D at any
time as they explore the twisting passages of a derelict space station
and delve deep into a cinematic, never-before-told story of bounty
hunter Samus Aran’s past. This new approach uses a new control scheme
in which players use the Wii Remote™ controller held
sideways to battle enemies and navigate the expansive, gorgeous
environments in classic Metroid fashion, then aim at the screen
with the Wii Remote pointer to blast foes in first-person and hunt the
world for clues and hidden passages.
In a unique partnership with Square-Enix, Nintendo of America will
publish Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
in the Americas when the game arrives in summer 2010. Dragon Quest
IX has sold more than 4.15 million copies in the Japanese market.
Nintendo and Square-Enix will now work together to bring this title to
the Nintendo DS consumer base in the Americas.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter® Tri,
an epic action game for Wii, launches in the United States on
April 20. The game lets players customize their character, armor and
weapons in order to protect a town from majestic monsters as that town
rebuilds following a devastating earthquake. Online play will be
available for all players with broadband Internet access at no
additional cost. Online text chat is fully functional and online voice
chat is enabled using the Wii Speak™ microphone, which is
sold separately. At a suggested retail price of $59.99, limited
quantities of Monster Hunter Tri will include the new Black
Classic Controller Pro™, while both Black and White
versions of the controller will be available separately at a suggested
retail price of $19.99. The game will also be available without a
controller at a suggested retail price of $49.99.
Sin and Punishment: Star Successor, the breakthrough
shooter game for Wii from legendary developer Treasure, will launch
across North America on June 7. The game features nonstop action with
two playable characters and international online leaderboards to track
high scores. Using the Wii Remote pointer functionality, the game
offers unprecedented precision in the shooter genre.
Wii will test players’ Wii Remote skills as they bounce a ball-like
hero through countless side-scrolling stages, combining the precision
of racket sports with the unpredictable fun of pinball. Playable only
with the Wii MotionPlus™ accessory, the game will launch
Picross 3D is poised to become a puzzle game phenomenon
when it launches for the Nintendo DS family of products on May 3. In Picross
3D, players start with a cube and smash away smaller blocks to
reveal an object, shape or symbol. Delivering more than 350 unique
puzzles and more made available for download on a regular basis after
launch via the Nintendo® Wi-Fi Connection service
(broadband Internet access required), the game takes the mind-bending
fun of Picross into the next dimension.
100 Classic Books transforms the Nintendo DS family of
products into a library of timeless literature when it launches on
June 14 at a suggested retail price of $19.99, highlighted by 100
works from authors such as William Shakespeare, Jules Verne, Jane
Austen, Mark Twain and more. Readers can adjust the size of text,
place bookmarks and even download new content via the Nintendo Wi-Fi
Connection service (broadband Internet connection required).
Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands™
from Ubisoft will launch May 18 on both the Wii and Nintendo DS
platforms. Boasting amazing graphics with fantastic action and
puzzle-solving game play, the Wii version will be the first in
franchise history to feature a two-player cooperative experience. As
an added bonus, the Wii version of the game will exclusively include
the 1992 Super NES™ version of the original Prince of
Disney Guilty Party is the official title of the highly
anticipated first collaboration between Disney Interactive Studios and
its recently acquired studio, Wideload Games. The fun and hilarious
mystery party game is set for release in the second half of 2010,
exclusively for Wii.
Majesco’s Nintendo DSi exclusive Ghostwire: Link to the
Paranormal uses incredible augmented reality technology
through the Nintendo DSi Camera. Launching this October, the game lets
players become a ghost hunter as they interact with the paranormal.
Nintendo also announced a variety of games available to download
directly to the Wii console from the Wii Shop Channel via the WiiWare™
service, and directly to the Nintendo DS via the DSi Shop and DSiWare™services.
Launching on March 1, Capcom’s Mega Man™
10 builds upon the huge impact of Mega Man 9, a
completely new adventure rendered in classic 8-bit style. This new
game looks and sounds as awesomely retro as its predecessor.
Launching on March 8, Max & the Magic Marker from
Press Play turns the Wii Remote into an orange magic marker that’s
literally magic. Players draw lines and objects to help Max reach
objects and his ultimate goal.
The long-awaited indie cult classic Cave Story comes to
WiiWare with new game play, artwork and music enhancements on March
22. It’s classic gaming reborn for 2010.
Launching on March 29, WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase is a
standalone product exclusive to the WiiWare service and available only
from the Wii Shop Channel. The game contains more than 70 new
microgames and features interoperability with the WarioWare: D.I.Y.
game for the Nintendo DS family of products. Players that own both
games can transfer content between the two via a local wireless
connection, and can even play user-created microgames on their
television using WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase.
As the techno music pulses, Nintendo’s Art Style™:
light trax™ puts players in charge of a
white beam of light as it engages in a surreal race against other
beams across a dark track. Players must keep away from obstacles, use
items and look for power boosts if they want to finish first.Art
Style: light trax launches this spring.
Swim and spin through the primordial ooze in Nintendo’s Art
Style: Rotozoa™ as you absorb tiny organisms
that match the colors of your tentacles. As you absorb more organisms,
your tentacles grow. The challenge increases as additional tentacles
are gained, but power-ups can help you survive and thrive.Art
Style: Rotozoa launches this spring.
Launching this spring, Rage of the Gladiator from
Ghostfire Games is an intense fighting game that asks players to
perfect their well-timed moves against an array of opponents. The game
is compatible with the Wii MotionPlus accessory.
Launching this spring, And Yet It Moves from Broken
Rules requires players to rotate the world to help their line-drawn
protagonist progress. Walls become floors and floors become ceilings
in this surreal twist on the platformer genre.
Launching this summer, Independent Games Festival Seumas McNally Grand
Prize Finalist Super Meat Boy from Team Meat sets a cube
of meat off on an adventure to save Princess Bandage. This
off-the-wall game is not for the faint of heart.
For Nintendo DSiWare:
Nintendo’s Photo Dojo™ is poised to be
the cult hit of 2010 when it launches this spring. The game first asks
players to pose for 13 pictures and input 10 sound effects. Once
that’s done, the player becomes the main character in a hilarious
side-scrolling fighting game. Create up to eight characters and do
battle alone or against a friend on a single Nintendo DSi or Nintendo
DSi XL system.
Launching this spring, Nintendo’s Metal Torrent™
delivers a frantic barrage of gunfire that fills the screen. Players
try to convert opponents’ bullets into cubes that, when collected,
increase their score and fill an energy meter that powers special
weapons. Online Leaderboards record scores and movies of top games.
Launching this spring, X-Scape™ from
Nintendo immerses players in an exploratory adventure involving more
than 20 planets. Players will pilot their tank through 3-D tunnels,
fire at enemies and even battle ancient weapons that resemble giant
“Nintendo finished 2009 with a bang, and we’re continuing our momentum
into 2010,” said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive vice
president of Sales & Marketing. “With Nintendo DSi XL, Super
Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: Other M coming in the first six
months of the year, we’re making sure all our fans have great game
content to enjoy year-round.”
Remember that Wii and Nintendo DSi feature parental controls that let
adults manage the content their children can access. For more
information about this and other features, visit www.Nintendo.com.
About Nintendo: The worldwide pioneer in the creation of
interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan,
manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Wii™,
Nintendo DS™ and Nintendo DSi™ systems. Since
1983, when it launched the Nintendo Entertainment System™,
Nintendo has sold more than 3.3 billion video games and more than 558
million hardware units globally, including the current-generation Wii,
Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi, as well as the Game Boy™, Game
Boy Advance, Super NES™, Nintendo 64™ and Nintendo
GameCube™ systems. It has also created industry icons that
have become well-known, household names such as Mario™,
Donkey Kong™, Metroid™, Zelda™ and
Pokémon™. A wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America
Inc., based in Redmond, Wash., serves as headquarters for Nintendo’s
operations in the Western Hemisphere. For more information about
Nintendo, visit the company’s Web site at www.Nintendo.com.
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