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Rumor: Two new IPs for the Wii, Plus We Love Tennis screen shots.

Recently it was revealed that Camelot is, under Capcom's publishing arm, bringing the sequel to its PC golf title 'I Love Golf' to Wii in the form of 'We Love Golf'. However, some new trademarks have also revealed 'We Love Tennis' and 'We Love Baseball'.

Mu5afir6141d ago (Edited 6141d ago )

First EA with all the pet games, and now Capcom with all the sport games.. it's terrible how the developers are trying to milk the Wiis consumer out of money. I just hope some of these games are actually good and aren't half baked.

BlademasterD6141d ago

That is what all developers do when they create a game for any system.

djt236141d ago

cool i really like that golf game

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Underrated Games With Even More Underrated Soundtracks - Part One

Phil writes, "Weekly, usually on Mondays, SuperPhillip Central shares five of its favorite video game music tracks. The list is quickly approaching 1,000 songs! Anyway, while I do cover relatively unknown songs and games at times, I've never made a habit out of putting those relatively unknown and/or underrated games with great soundtracks into their own article. Until now. This series of articles is dedicated to those of us who love video game music and to those underrated gems with even more underrated soundtracks. After you've taken a look at the first batch of underrated games and soundtracks, why not suggest your own in the comments?"

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The 50 Best Nintendo Wii Games - Part Two

SuperPhillip Central writes, "I'm sure you read the title of this article and did a double take. Perhaps if you had a liquid in your mouth, you spit it all over your screen. Sorry about that. You might say to yourself, "The Wii doesn't even have ten games were playing, so how can you possibly list fifty?!" Well, this series of five articles is intended for such uninformed statements. You might look at a game on this list, and laugh. They might not all be AAA blockbusters, but a great game is a great game regardless of content or budget. Lots of people learned that lesson with the Wii and handhelds devices.

On this week's installment of The 50 Best Nintendo Wii Games, we have a cornucopia of genres and franchises being represented. We have platforming, shooting, survival-horror, swordplay, and even some golf thrown in for good measure (yes, golf). Perhaps this second list of ten best Wii games will pique your curiosity and make you "dust off" that Wii of yours and try a game out you would never have known about otherwise."

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live2play4285d ago (Edited 4285d ago )

thank you wii for

nsmbwii
skyward sword
donkey kong country returns
super mario galaxy 2
rayman origins
kirbys epic yarn
mario party 9
kirby return to dreamland
mario kart wii

you helped me get my wife into gaming

now the wiiu will get her into
pikmin
nintendoland
rayman legends

and first time playing for us both CoD for the zombie mode multiplayer

ElectricKaibutsu4278d ago

The Wii is definitely a wife friendly system. Super Mario Galaxy 2 is good for co-op wife play and e had a lot of fun getting every coin in NSMB Wii. Rright now we're playing through the VC Secret of Mana. The Wii didn't have a lot of third party support but it's hard to beat when it comes to family games.

Ilovetheps54285d ago

Skyward Sword was an amazing game. I have played it a couple of times. It's almost as good as Ocarina of Time. I've had a lot of fun with my Wii. I just wish it could have put out more games that I would have enjoyed. Hopefully the Wii U changes that. Based on the launch lineup, it will.

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Top Ten Nintendo Wii Games You May Not Have Heard Of

SuperPhillip Central writes: "The Nintendo Wii has a wide range of games that went under the radar. These ten games aren't just titles that were overlooked - these are ten that a fair share of gamers and consumers might not even know exist! Read our thoughts on what ten games are deserving of your attention."

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Cajun Chicken4352d ago

Oh man, I've got Blast Works, it's got ports of all of Kenta Cho's classic freeware games too.

Phil324352d ago

I remember when I had more time and back around release that I was all about getting high scores and making levels with Blast Works.

Moncole4351d ago

Blast Works would be an awesome game on the Wii U with tons of online support.

from the beach4351d ago

Nice list, Kororinpa and Munchables are two I've been meaning to try.

I'll also add Disaster: Day of Crisis, Eledees, Wario Land Shake and Pandora's Tower as some lesser-known titles worth checking out.