Monthly Archives: March 2008

Remember to pull the chain

It’s a good week for both Wii and PSP owners, but mostly for the former. On Nintendo’s white opus there’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2008, The House of the Dead, Dancing Stage Hottest Party, Sega Bass Fishing and the sadly offline-only Worms: A...
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Lost: Via Domus

Lost’s drug addict ex-hobbit Charlie wasn’t pleased about being pushed aside in the latest season of Lost, and so went and snagged a role in the upcoming X-Men: Wolverine movie. His character? Beak – a humanoid birdman with feathers, talons and a...
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Pun of the day

Thought you’d had enough Wii puns to last you a lifetime? Wrong: it’s the Mario Kart Grand Wii! Unfortunately, it’s just a competition being held at 30 Game stores on Saturday 5th April, before the release of the game the following Friday....
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Do me a favour, plug me into a Sega

The price of Virtual Console games is a regularly debated topic, but things look set to improve slightly for those after a retrofix – Sega has announced that their Master System back-catalogue will cost just 400 Wii Points (£3) a pop. The...
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Starry eyed surprise

SEGA Tennis Superstars and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Vegas 2 are this week’s big ones, although to be fair there isn’t much else out. SEGA Tennis Superstars has been getting good reviews, which isn’t surprising seeing it’s by Sumo who had a...
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Where’s the Eternal Champions film?

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Midas Interactive strikes again!

Does Midas’ new DS game ring any bells with you? Don’t let the similar name fool you though – it’s weapon based, so it’ll probably play more like a shoddy clone of Wipeout than Nintendo’s rip-roaring racer. It’s out in April –...
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People are still buying Game Party

If this week’s chart is anything to go by, people are desperate for rubbish war games and painfully dire mini-game collections for Wii. Carnival: Fun Fair Games is up from #16 to #6, while Game Party is hanging around just outside the...
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