The premiere trailer for the upcoming Wii version of Goldeneye. First true megaton of E3 2010?
The premiere trailer for the sequel to last year's Scribblenauts: Super Scribblenauts. Now with more adjectives!Stay tuned to N+ for more news live from E3!
I've posted the reveal after the break, so as to avoid spoiling the surprise for anyone who'd rather watch Nintendo's press conference live. Read at your own risk.
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The rumor mill is hard at work this week. First off is the very official-looking rumor that Activision is currently working on a Wii remake of the über-popular Goldeneye for N64, something a lot of gamers were constantly asking for. But not everything is as good as it sounds.
According to Eurogamer, Activision is currently working on a Goldeneye remake for the Wii, and it has sent surveys including a couple of details such as the image seen in this post and the fact that it will feature 4-player local multiplayer and 8-player online multiplayer modes. The 'downside'? It will feature Daniel Craig's rendition of 007, not Pierce Brosnan's.
The game, according to the report, is set to come out November 2010 (and probably be announced during E3).
UPDATE: Activision is also working on a DS version of the remake; maybe it will be closer to the original N64 game?
The crazy part? aside from turning a sleek looking HDD into a nerdy SNES cart HDD, the SNES cart version IMPROVES the reliability on the cable connection! the one recurring negative review I find everywhere is that the cable is very loose on this iomega HDD, which I tested before I pulled the thing apart, and it's true, the aluminum shell has a terrible design flaw that only lets the cable plug about halfway into the port. The Snes version however lets it plug all the way in and gives it a nice snug fit.
(PS- CAPCOM PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF WILY PLEASE ANNOUNCE X9 AT E3! Thank you. Love, jayvee!)
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We have our press badges, we have our plane tickets, we have our reservations, and we have two weeks until N+ goes to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)! This year is already promising to be something awesome, we have a new Zelda that is already promised to be at the show, Metroid: Other M was supposed to be out by now, but still isn't so we expect more info on this as well as some playable demo stations set-up. Professor Layton and the Unwound Future has just become a reality in the making for the west, and With the new "rebirth" to Pokemon coming soon in the form of Black and White versions we really do expect to see some Poke-bombs dropped here as well. Third parties have a lot to offer Nintendo at the show too, we can't forget that High Voltage has been working on a sequel to The Conduit, now just named "Conduit 2" should be something to watch for, Epic Mickey is on the way so maybe we get a taste of that, Super Scribblenauts is something we want to see in person as well (I really want to see if "Laughing Zombies" works). Rumors have been circulating about some sort of new Star Fox making an appearance, Pikmin 3 has been baking in the oven for so long we may finally see something on that, and oh yeah, did we forget to mention that Nintendo said they would be showing off the true successor to the DS, a new 3-D handheld system code-named "3DS"
As you can see there is plenty from Nintendo coming to the show already, and still so much we don't know about, Nintendo likes to drop some crazy bombs here, so crazy the games developers are sometimes surprised, remember when Sakurai didn't know he was already making Smash Bros Brawl until Iwata announced he was? HAH! Just try to imagine what we don't know already, and what could be at the show. Don't forget that industry rivals Microsoft and Sony will be there too without a doubt showing off the motion controlling Mii-Toos: "Natal" and "Move" and how *cough* revolutionary they are, and how *cough* they are pioneers with these ideas, but you know what they say about where to keep your enemies: "CLOSER". So maybee we should check that out huh?
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Clothing store modelled on Japanese videogame opens in Carnaby Street
British fashion label Chateau Roux opens real-life shop modelled on No More Heroes 2's virtual clothing outlet to celebrate the release of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
28 May 2010: Fans of Japanese videogame designer Suda 51 can now visit No More Heroes 2's in-game clothing shop for real, as highly-respected Carnaby Street fashion label Chateau Roux has joined forces with videogames publisher Rising Star Games to create the first ever clothing store inspired by a videogame.
From today (May 28th) through until June 4th 2010, Chateau Roux's independent shop based in Carnaby Street has been taken over by No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle and rebranded 'Airport 51', the in-game clothing emporium. A life-size model of Travis Touchdown, the game's central character, will greet shoppers as they enter the store, which will see fashionistas mix with gamers, surrounded by items of clothing endorsed by Suda 51.
Chateau Roux is one of the country's leading independent fashion labels. Favoured by artists like The Killers, Example and Biffy Clyro, the firm has a reputation for pushing the boundaries of style - including the "Shotguns in Soho" range of clothes, each peppered by genuine shotgun pellets.
"It's very rare to see a game which is genuinely cool," says Martin Defries, managing director, Rising Star Games, "but No More Heroes 2 is as much a style icon as Carnaby Street. The only other Airport 51 is in Santa Destroy within the fictional No More Heroes universe. That one may be quite difficult to pick up a new t-shirt from, so we're hoping fans take a look at the store we've set up in London''.
"We're delighted to be working with Rising Star Games on this innovative retail experience,'' adds Greg White, creative director, Chateau Roux. "No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle has a sense of style that is unrivalled - who knows where this collaboration will take us?"
The re-created Airport 51 will be open for business from Friday 28th May - Friday 4th June and is located off Carnaby St at: Chateau Roux, 17 Newburgh St, London W1F 7RZ. Further information on Chateau Roux can be found at www.chateauroux.co.uk
Time Magazine just released another one of their lists: The 50 Worst Inventions. At number 8, Nintendo's biggest flop ever, the Virtual Boy.
The Virtual Boy will go down as Nintendo's shortest-lived system, staying on the market for just six months in 1995 before its mercy killing. The system consisted of bulky, bright red headgear that completely obscured a gamer's vision as he tried to play games rendered in rudimentary 3-D graphics. It was expensive (retailing at $180) and came with a limited slate of games (only 14 were ever available in the U.S.) Nintendo decided to focus its efforts on the far more successful and traditional Nintendo 64 system, relegating the Virtual Boy to the recycling bin.
Via Time Magazine.
Dennis Hopper, who played the evil King Koopa in the infamous live-action flick, "Super Mario Bros.: The Movie" in 1993, died at 74 in his house in Venice, California, local news announced today. The famed actor unfortunately lost the battle against prostate cancer.
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