Wii set for October 30th?

According to a drunken Nintendo executive, its the 30th Oct for Japan and within 10 days for the rest of the world but no relation to PS3 date apprantly. So its true, Saki does reveal all.

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FamoAmo6538d ago

Wii is going to get a nice jump in Japan and by the sounds of it Japan will take the Wii over ps3!! Sony is in trouble and they better hope they make the November release date!!

-I am also really thinking about plopping one of these next to my 360 b/c I love Nintendo's old titles (Bond, Mario cart, Mario 64, Zelda) Nintendo has a different type of game than the 360 and ps3 its more family type fun not statistics and kills!!

NintendoFanatic6538d ago

That means only 4 more months this Friday

dikturbo6537d ago

This thing will move faster than 'she-at' through a goose. Beating the PS3 out is definetly part of the strategy and it will pay off. I assure you the Wii will be in my living room this Xmas for my family.

Point being that a lot of parents like myself will purchase the system for the kids before purchasing a system for themselves. The 360 that I want may wait even longer if I enjoy the time spent with my kids.

I realize that there are a lot of single/young adults on this site who may not comprehend that logic, but as a father of 3 there is only so much time in the day. Having an additional system eventually becomes a burden of time that is beter spent with your children

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Available for Free on Prime Gaming

Discover how to get LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars for free through Prime Gaming. Enjoy this classic adventure in the Star Wars universe today!

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Killing Floor at 15 - When a Mod Launched a Critically Acclaimed Series

Tripwire Interactive's Killing Floor debuted 15 years ago, birthing a critically acclaimed series and a new publishing arm.

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Zelda Replay: Majora's Mask

VGChartz's Evan Norris: "Is Ocarina of Time as legendary as I remembered it? For the most part, yes. In spite of a handful of missteps — a few obtuse puzzles, some tedious backtracking, and a clunky stealth sequence — I don't believe the last 23 years have been unkind to it. Ocarina remains a brilliant example of the medium, a landmark game that shaped the future of its own franchise and 3D gaming in general. After more than two decades it retains its inventive dungeon design, challenging puzzles, dynamic combat, wistful storyline, unforgettable music, and empowering open-air freedom. I feel confident calling it one of the greatest games of the fifth generation, even if I'm no longer prepared to list it among the five best games ever made."

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Crows9022d ago

Pure unadulterated fun. They don't make them like this anymore...especially not the triple A industry.

FinalFantasyFanatic21d ago

Back when video rental was a thing, I rented out Majoria's Mask, I never finished it though. I did buy the 3DS version before the eshop shutdown, so maybe one day I'll finally play through the whole thing, it's amazing how well these games hold up though. I briefly played Ocarina of Time for a while and it was really fun.