Monthly Archives: July 2012
I agree with him damn you Microsoft. OPINION
Rare, once a Nintendo second-party developer, is a subsidiary of Microsoft. While working with Nintendo, Rare developed many memorable video games that include Banjo-Kazooie, Donkey Kong Country and Conker’s Bad Fur Day. Former Rare composer Grant Kirkhope is saddened by the current state of Rare and claims that “it’s Microsoft’s fault.” Kirhope goes on and says, Microsoft has “completely ruined that company [Rare], and it makes me cry every day of my life.”
Agatsuma Entertainment is promising to bring Code of Princess to European shelves, They say they are very close to closing the deal to distribute it throughout Europe. Code of Princess will also be arriving on North American shores sometime this Fall. If you pre-order the game you will get a free art book and soundtrack of the game.
“Thank you very much for your interest in our title. Yes, we are planning to release the title in European territory but taking some time to close the deal. So, please be patient!”
Square Enix had uploaded the launch trailer for Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy you can check it out after the break. Read the rest of this entry
I hope they do because I have been waiting so long for this.
Camelot has worked on a few Mario titles, such as Mario Tennis Open, and the developer wants to work with another Nintendo character. Camelot president Hiroyuki Takahashi revealed that he wants to develop a new Donkey Kong game. Takahashi is apparently a fan of Donkey Kong 64, for the Nintendo 64, and “would love to make a sequel to it.” Should Camelot work on the Donkey Kong franchise, or should it be left for Retro Studios?
Here are this weeks eShop and Wii shop updates. Read the rest of this entry
The Monster Hunter series will be getting its “fourth” numbered game Read the rest of this entry
Nintendo has announced that it will share how many customers bought the download version of New Super Mario Bros 2 when it’s released on the eShop, Nintendo’s online store for the 3DS. The numbers will be shared publicly so that the industry can better understand the downloadable market. So will you be buying the retail copy of New Super Mario Bros 2, or the downloadable copy? Read the rest of this entry