Dark Horse will publish The Art of Splatoon – based on the 2005 Wii U game where players control Inklings (squid-like characters that have the ability to shift between humanoid and squid form and back again).
The book will contain 320 pages of art and will be in stores on June 13, 2017. Pre-orders are being taken now. Read on for details.
Today video game devoloper Konami has released a partial song list for their upcoming game DanceDance Revolution 2 which is to be released on October 11th, 2011. According to Konami –This year offers more sound euphoria, as the KONAMI team in Japan has teamed with western recording artists Vanilla Ice and Maxi Priest to create original music for the game. Branching out to create new tracks with established artists will create a new sound for the franchise and extend the popularity to the fans of both Vanilla Ice and Maxi Priest–. Dance Dance Revolution 2 is expected to be an improvement from the previous DDR and include over 80 songs from some of today’s biggest hits and memorable classics from the arcade versions as well as past console versions. Here is their current partial song list: Continue reading Konami releases partial song list for DanceDanceRevolution II→
I believe in Miracles, you sexy thing…. Nintendo is betting that people will go gaga over the new Black Nintendo Wii when it finally comes stateside May 9th. The new system will come with a Wii Motion Plus and Wii Sports for $199. This is one sexy looking machine that I would love to get, the problem is I just can’t hang with the Wii Controller. Nintendo promised multi-colored systems years, so it’s nice to see it finally happen, better late than never. Check out the full press release after the break.
Netflix who is dead to me, due to their ridiculous new stance on delaying DVD Rentals has just inked a deal to deliver Netflix streaming to the Nintendo Wii. The content will be delivered through a new Nintendo Video Channel. Just like the PS3, users will need to insert a disc to enable the video stream. Go to netflix.com/wii to request your disc. The service is scheduled to start this Spring. The full press release can be read after the break.
Is Beyonce interested in creating, you know, music anymore? Last week she signs a deal to sell Vizio TVs, now she has a deal with Nintendo to promote fashion in 2010. I mean you really need content to go on those Vizio TVs and I really want my Mii to be fashionable – even if I haven’t turned on my Wii in about 8 months. The burgeoning partnership between Nintendo and Beyoncé began in 2009 with a memorable ad campaign for Rhythm Heaven™, a music-themed game for Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi. Known for her innovative sense of style, the talented musician and actress is an apt spokeswoman for the imaginative, fashion-forward fun of Style Savvy. Fans will get a unique glimpse into this relationship with the launch of two new Style Savvy TV spots starring Beyoncé, both scheduled to begin airing on Nickelodeon the week prior to this year’s Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards and during the event itself.
SEGA will feature numerous titles across six different platforms, including legendary icons and dazzling new stars, as the company continues to develop both original and high-profile licensed properties on the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the Wii™ system from Nintendo, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, Windows PC, and the Nintendo DS™. SEGA will showcase their games at booth #2001 in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Aliens vs. Predator™ (Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 system, Windows PC) – Releases early 2010
The next-gen version of this benchmark multiplayer First-Person-Shooter franchise is coming with SEGA’s new Aliens vs. Predator game. From the developer of the series’ first title comes this next big event, with three unique species fighting for supremacy on the battlefield. Play as Predator, Marine and Alien in three radically different single-player experiences that intertwine to create a thrilling story. Jump into cinematic non-stop multiplayer action with a rollercoaster-ride of explosive firepower, horror, stealth and gory fang and claw combat.
Instead of giving us the ability to import songs from previous games into whatever current Guitar Hero is available the fine weasels at Activision are giving us a goofy greatest hits collection, called Guitar Hero: Smash Hits. If I didn’t already own all the Guitar Heroes, this would be a cool package. But I do and I never play the older titles because it’s a pain in the but to try and figure out which track is on which disk, then change the disk to play one song. So now we have this. On the positive side all of these tracks will be redone so the charting should be better and we’ll have full band play. Activision is dragging out the announcement of the set list by having an online voting contest and revealing new tracks every Thursday.
Here’s this week’s Wi-kly update from the folks at Nintendo. It’s kind of meh, this week. But we get one brand new WiiWare game and two new Virtual Console games. Check out the release after the break.