Over the past few months, there’s been endless speculation over whether or not Konami was making a Castlevania game for Wii. In one of the screenshots for the upcoming Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia for the Nintendo DS, an option simply labelled as ‘Wii’ was shown in the game menu, leading many to believe that a Wii game was in the works – including some form of DS communication.
Well, in the same Nintendo Power that contains the Mega Man 9 – WiiWare exclusive, Castlevania Judgement is revealed to be coming – in the form of a 3D fighter.
The last Mega Man game in the original series was Mega Man 8, released back in 1996. The latest issue of Nintendo Power reveals that Mega Man 9 will be released for Wii on the platform’s WiiWare download service.
..But it’s not quite what you may expect…
I haven’t been collecting for very long, but this is what I’ve amassed so far. If only money weren’t a factor..
Where else but Japan? When you’ve got 4 new movies lined up, it doesn’t hurt to get a jump on all the licensed merchandise…no matter what it may be.
Yup…as if buses weren’t enough, they’ve got planes too. This must be what they use to drop the Poké-bombs all around the world.
3 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America
4 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America
Japan – the land of sake, sashimi, manga, sumo ….and Pikachu buses.
4 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America – 533,000 pre-orders taken
When Shoko Nakagawa isn’t cosplaying, drawing, singing about cats or stuffing their faces into her mouth, she loves playing games or watching anime. So here’s a short video of her playing a game, based on an anime…while wearing a maid outfit.
So that’s Shokotan playing Dragon Ball Z on Wii, Ayumi Hamasaki playing WarioWare on Wii, and Hikaru Utada playing Tetris on the DS. Anyone starting to see a trend here?
Nope. Me neither.
I’m a big fan of Evangelion. Rather than buy the regular manga, I’ve been collecting the Angelic Days books. Angelic Days is sort of an alternate version of Evangelion. All the characters are there, but the scenarios and circumstances are quite changed. (more…)
24 year old American-born Japanese songstress, Hikaru Utada (or Utada Hikaru if you’re gonna go all Japanese on me) is a Tetris demon! (She claims her high score in Endless Mode is 99,999,999. She’d crush you before you even drop your first Tetrimino). In 2006, ‘Hikki’ participated in a special Tetris event organised by Nintendo, as part of a promotion for Tetris DS for the Nintendo DS. Competitors from all over Japan took turns attempting to defeat her. As you can see from the videos, most failed miserably: (more…)