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Tag: Wiiware

Tomena Sanner: More Like Toomuch Insaner

Tomena Sanner: More Like Toomuch Insaner
Tomena Sanner looks like it was produced by a team of drunk 8-year olds. By that I mean IT IS AWESOME. The game stars businessman Mr. Susumu (susumu is Japanese for forward or continue), who is late for…something, and will not stop running until he gets to his destination, regardless of what’s in his way.

Super Meat Boy: if Mario Had No Skin and Koopa was a Lot More Cruel

Super Meat Boy: if Mario Had No Skin and Koopa was a Lot More Cruel
Narrative-wise, platformers are the weirdest of video games. After all, it’s hard to build a plot that adequately jutifies hours of running and jumping. Take Super Mario Bros. for example. It stars an Italian plumber who eats flowers and mushrooms en route to beat a huge, spiky turtle.
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Muscle March Pumps Up Your Nintendo Wii

Muscle March Pumps Up Your Nintendo Wii
I knew there was a reason I loved Japanese games. Here’s what might be the strangest game to come stateside since Noby Noby Boy and the Katamari Damacy series. Namco Bandai’s Muscle March is one of this week’s releases on the Nintendo WiiWare shop, and it’s truly an odd-ball.

More New Old Mega Man on the Way

More New Old Mega Man on the Way
After the fabulous reception for Mega Man 9, it seemed inevitable that there would in turn be a Mega Man 10, if for no other reason than the fact that it’s Mega Man and Capcom has a certain penchant for tacking ever-higher numbers onto the titles of their games.

Take a Roll Through the Night Sky [Nintendo Wii]

Take a Roll Through the Night Sky [Nintendo Wii]
Ball-rolling just doesn’t sound that exciting. We’ve been there. We’ve done the labyrinths. But let’s not forget that ball-rolling can get crazy (and sticky), and give something a little different a chance, like the gorgeously minimalist Night Sky.

Lostwinds Gains a Stunning Sequel [Nintendo Wii]

Lostwinds Gains a Stunning Sequel [Nintendo Wii]
The gorgeous WiiWare game LostWinds debuted last year to instant cult status. As one of the first games released for Nintendo’s original games service, LostWinds quickly emerged from the shadow of Square Enix’s My Life as a King to rock reviewers and Wii owners all over the world.

Overturn: Everybody was Robot Fighting [Wii]

Overturn: Everybody was Robot Fighting [Wii]
Looking to throw down with some giant stompy robots in a realistic, immersive way? Upset that virtual reality tech hasn’t swept in to take care of this for you? While you may not be able to climb into your personalized mech and brawl your heart out, thanks to a forthcoming WiiWare title, you will at least be able to do a little robot fighting.

Wiiware World of Goo Joins Xbla Titles on Amazon

Wiiware World of Goo Joins Xbla Titles on Amazon
Online retail giant Amazon is further expanding their downloadable video game section with WiiWare titles. As we reported previously, XBLA downloads came to Amazon earlier this month, though as yet, there is only one WiiWare title available: cult hit World of Goo.

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster Heating Up Wiiware

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster Heating Up Wiiware
Nintendo’s WiiWare is just racking up all sorts of wacky games lately, and the latest I’ve heard about is the kind of thing you buy sight-unseen on the basis of a hilarious name: Eduardo the Samurai Toaster.

That’S No Pachinko Game: Planet Pachinko [Wiiware]

That’S No Pachinko Game: Planet Pachinko [Wiiware]
With a name like Planet Pachinko, you might expect this game, which is set for release next week in the U.S. on WiiWare, the Nintendo Wii’s marketplace for original games, to actually be a pachinko game.
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