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Space Invaders Get Even on Nintendo Wii

by Paul Strauss
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Taito Japan is revamping the Space Invaders franchise with a totally new twist on the classic gameplay. This time, you’re not on defense, instead you get to control the invaders yourself.

Space Invaders Get Even on Wii

Space Invaders Get Even puts you in command up to 300 individual pixelated aliens using your Wii-mote and Nunchuk controllers.

Space Invaders Get Even on Wii

Using the Nunchuck, you direct a UFO to drop hundreds of aliens on forest, city and military targets, destroying everything in their path. You’ll be able to command the invaders to swarm and group in a variety of attack formations.

Taito hasn’t announced a release date for the game yet, but it’s expected to land sometime later this year (at least in Japan).

[Game Watch via VideoGamesBlogger]

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Comments (4):

  1. Vergel E says:

    YES! finally a game from my youth updated in a way that I’d want to play it today. I’ve long tired of the Mario franchise… it would be way too fun if they brought the Space Invaders franchise back.. now stronger better, and badder then ever!

    Super Smash Invaders for life!

  2. I agree with the points made, but struggled implementing the changes, great raticle tho, will this affect the Wii Fit and Wii Music.

  3. Lord Amazing says:

    Neat idea, I’ll probably pick it up if it comes out in America and they put it on a system that isn’t gimmicky garbage.

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