NDS & Wii Titles Expected: Week of 9th December 2008

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    Own a DS? If you know Japanese then there is something to play. Own a Wii? Japan's releases saves you & they're ones you don't need to know the language for.

    <!--coloro:Purple--><span style="color:Purple"><!--/coloro--><b><u>Read to know when a game could be dumped:</u>
    These dates are what retailers say is out unless stated otherwise, sometimes they make dates up for pre-ordering purposes. These dates could also be "shipping dates" which usually means that that's the date when games get shipped to stores so a game could either be in stores on that day or after. Some games may get delayed some others not listed may appear but at the moment of posting these are correct. Also just because a game is released in stores it doesn't mean that they'll appear on our internets but NA titles usually appear on our 'nets Wednesday night UK time. I love you like a something loves something.</b><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->


    <!--sizeo:5--><span style="font-size:18pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>DS Releases</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->


    <b>9th December, North America</b>
    Build a Lot
    Cate West: The Vanishing Files


    <b><!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--coloro:blue--><span style="color:blue"><!--/coloro-->11th December<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--></b>


    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Elebits: Kai to Zero no Fushigi na Tabi</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> Japan <b>Genre:</b> Adventure
    <b>Developer:</b> Konami <b>Publisher:</b> Konami

    Looking forward to this game, I did enjoy Elebits even if it was kinda limited.

    <i>Enter into an extraordinary game of hide and seek in this exciting sequel to Elebits! Kai and Zero have been swept off to a magical land and must finish the challenges ahead, to get back home. Seek out the mischievous little Omega Elebits that hold supernatural powers and give you the ability to complete puzzle quests. The more you play the stronger you become as you capture Omega Elebits providing you with incredible magic abilities to solve tasks. Find, capture and befriend the Elebits, raise them and embark on a magical journey using their combined powers to battle through amazing adventures and find a way back home!</i>

    This seems to be a lot more different to the first game, there is more emphasis on adventure. Kinda reminds me of New Ghostbusters II on the NES though. This was due out in Europe this year but is now has a date that is TBC. North America will get this January 6th.

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    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Chocobo to Mahou no Ehon: Majo to Shoujo to 5-Jin no Yuusha</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

    <b>Region</b> Japan <b>Genre:</b> Platform Adventure
    <b>Developer:</b> Square Enix <b>Publisher:</b> Square Enix

    SE carry on bleeding the Final Fantasy series dry. Aka Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales -- The Witch, the Girl, and the Five Heroes.

    <i>Once again, players venture into the fantasy land inside a picture book with this second story in the Chocobo Tales saga.</i>

    Famitsu gave the game a good 32/40. No US/Europe release confirmed but it'll happen, please don't bug Noitora and co for a translation, they'll do it if they want to.

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    <b>Also out in Japan:</b>
    Boku to Sim no Machi Kingdom (MySims Kingdom)
    Chou Kaseki Monster Battle: Gekitotsu Galaxy (Spectrobes 2)
    Mirakuru! Mimika DS
    Souhashiki Gadget Robo
    Penguin no Mondai: Saikyou Penguin Densetsu!
    Rekishi Adventure: Quiz San Goku Shi Tsuu DS
    Rekishi Gunzou Presents: Monoshiri San Goku Shi


    Yeah that's it! No Western titles worth writing up, it happens at this time of year, you get a flood and then nothing. Japan is getting some big games this month but NA/Europe is pretty dead now. Some good games are scheduled for January/Febuary/March but we're back to normal by then.



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    <b><!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--coloro:blue--><span style="color:blue"><!--/coloro-->9th December<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--><!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--></b>


    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Rygar: The Battle of Argus</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> North America <b>Genre:</b> Action Adventure
    <b>Developer:</b> Tecmo <b>Publisher:</b> Tecmo

    Old PS2 port ahoy! How long has this been in development?

    <i>Grab your Diskarmor and swing into action on the Nintendo Wii as the legendary warrior, Rygar! Immerse yourself in Greco-Roman mythology as you journey through the sundered Island of Argus. Intuitive use of the Wii remote allows you to deftly and effectively control the use of the powerful Diskarmor to destroy enemies and maneuver on, around, over, and under obstacles to save Princess Harmonia!

    * Innovative Play Mechanics: The legendary Diskarmor shield can be used for attack, defense, or transportation all with the intuitive use of the Wii-mote
    * Action Packed Adventure: This action-adventure platforming title spans various unique zones and requires vanquishing the enemy and light puzzle solving
    * Intense Combo Attacks: Multiple Diskarmor weapons are available to be found and upgraded with elemental power-ups such as fire, ice, and lightning. Engage the enemy with over 30 different devastating combo attacks
    * Riveting Story: A story set in the Greco-Roman era surrounding a noble warrior attempting to save his Princess, bring the Island of Argus back to peace, and annihilate the Titans using only his wits, fabled Diskarmor, and captivating looks and charm</i>

    The PS2 version was actually pretty good, I enjoyed it. Reviews have been saying its good but not great so perhaps its one to rent or download but I want to play it, could do with a good slasher to play.

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    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Neopets Puzzle Adventure</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> North America <b>Genre:</b> Puzzle
    <b>Developer:</b> Infinite Interactive <b>Publisher:</b> Capcom

    The DS game has been out for a couple of weeks, that one is actually a port of this game which is actually developed by Puzzle Quest makers

    <i>Neopets Puzzle Adventure offers an in-depth and exciting storyline full of puzzle-based gameplay set in the world of Neopets. The game offers pick up and play gameplay, new never-before-seen areas in the Neopets universe to explore, and the opportunity to redeem codes for exclusive virtual items at the Neopets website.

    The game board itself resembles a chess board, while the gameplay takes the principles of Reversi and Go, and adds new twists that take the adventure to unexpected levels. The goal is to turn all of the chips on the board to your Neopet's color. </i>

    Mmm you know this seems like something that should be on WiiWare.

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    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Taiko no Tatsujin Wii</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> Japan <b>Genre:</b> Drumming Rhythm Awesomeness
    <b>Developer:</b> Bandai Namco Games <b>Publisher:</b> Bandai Namco Games

    Awesome series, I've played these games on PS2, DS & soon Wii. Everyone was highly enjoyable. Ok this game comes with the TaTaTon (the drum) but you can play without for multiplayer BUT not sure if you can play without for single player.

    The game is pretty simple, you drum along to songs. Songs vary from J-Pop/Rock, video game themes (this one will have Nintendo ones!) and Western classical music.

    No NA/Europe release so far but the series has been released in English as Taiko: Drum Master but so far has only come out on PS2 and to be honest, while I'd like an English translation, I would want the Japanese songs to stay, its just more fun that way. Also I'd like to thank Namco Bandai for actually releasing this game with TaTaTon instead of making it Wiimote only like most games do nowadays.

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    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Cross Generation of Heroes</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> Japan <b>Genre:</b> Beat-em-up
    <b>Developer:</b> Eighting <b>Publisher:</b> Capcom

    Finally a Wii fighter that is gonna be great and its not a port of an really old game. Tatsunoko Production is a animation company.

    Capcom Fighters:
    Ryu of Street Fighter
    Chun-Li of Street Fighter II
    Batsu Ichimonji of Rival Schools: United By Fate
    Alex of Street Fighter III
    Morrigan Aensland of Darkstalkers
    Soki of Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams
    Rock Volnutt of Mega Man Legends
    PTX-40A of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition
    Roll of Mega Man
    Saki Omokane of Quiz Nanairo Dreams
    Viewtiful Joe of erm Viewtiful Joe
    Yami of Okami

    Tatunoko Fighters:
    Ken the Eagle of Science Ninja Team Gatchaman
    Casshern of Neo-Human Casshern
    Tekkaman of Tekkaman: The Space Knight
    Yatterman-1 of Yatterman
    Polymar of Hurricane Polymar
    Gold Lightan of Golden Warrior Gold Lightan
    Doronjo of Yatterman
    Karas of erm Karas
    Hakushon Daimao of Hakushon Daimao
    Jun the Swan of Science Ninja Team Gatchaman
    Ippatsuman of Gyakuten! Ippatsuman

    Ok I admit it I know nothing of the non-Capcom characters, but they were in cartoons.

    <i>The game, according to materials released by Capcom, is the seventh instalment in the company's Vs. series, which includes the Marvel vs. Capcom and Capcom vs. SNK games. Each player will have a team of two, and players can switch their characters at any time, and even perform two special moves at the same time (which however uses up two special bars). However, large characters, such as Tatsunoko's Gold Lightan and Capcom's PTX-40A will fight on their own without a partner. Producer Ryouta Niizuma announced the inclusion of mini-games and the option for a simplified control scheme. The game has support for the Classic Controller and the Gamecube Controller as well. The buttons are listed as "Assist" "Weak" "Medium" and "Strong".

    Universal mechanics are similar to the previous Marvel vs. Capcom games. Characters can call their partner to do a predefined Variable Assist attack. Characters can tag with another character, performing an attack upon entry called a Variable Attack. Performing a Variable Counter attack also lets the player tag out with another character. Snapback is an attack that forces the opponent to switch characters should it land. Hyper Variable Combination lets characters of one team perform their Hyper moves, attacks that require a stock of level, at the same time, whereas Delayed Hyper Cancellation cancels a current Hyper move of the character with another Hyper move of the character's partner. Each character has a launcher to send the opponent to the air, allowing the character to do an Aerial Rave.

    There are also new universal techniques found in the game. Variable Aerial Rave lets the character switch to his or her partner while in mid-air. Mega Crash is a defensive manoeuvre that frees the character from the opponent while sacrifice a part of his or her life and two stocks of levels. Assault is an offensive variation of Mega Crash. Baroque is a mode where the character glows in rainbow color while sacrificing the red portion of the character's life - activating the mode cancels the current attack animation, allowing the player to extend combos and deal more damage relative to the amount of red life that is sacrificed. Baroque ends when the character doesn't do anything or when the character performs a Hyper move.

    The large characters (Gold Lightan and PTX-40A) cannot do the universal techniques that require a partner due to their single-character limit.</i>

    ^Stole from wiki^

    No release for the West but Capcom are looking for a way to bring it to us, the only problem is that some of the Tatsunoko characters are owned very various companies in the West (just like with JUMP). Chances are that if they do bring it out, it won't have the same content.

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    <!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><b>Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat (Wii de Asobu)</b><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

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    <b>Region</b> Japan <b>Genre:</b> Beat-em-up
    <b>Developer:</b> Nintendo <b>Publisher:</b> Nintendo

    It was bound to happen, Nintendo have decided to "wiimake" various Gamecube games and this is the first of them. Now at first I thought they'd be quick ports but in the case of DK:JB there will be new levels, better graphics but you play it without bongos which I can't say I like the idea of.

    <i>Part of Nintendo's Wii De Asobu Selection series of titles of classic Nintendo games remade for the unique control systems of the Wii, this game brings back the unique platformer Donkey Kong Jungle Beat with controls designed around the Wii Remote.

    The big ape is drumming up a new beat for platformers with this unique action game. Using crazy motions with the Wii Remote, you guide Donkey Kong through wild jungle environments brimming with ravenous enemies and challenging obstacles. As you "drum" your way through diverse stages ranging from lush jungles to floating jelly in the sky, you will battle enormous beasts, collect bananas, get in boxing matches with rivals and even ride animals and vehicles in a jungle gone wild!</i>

    This version you use the analogue stick on the nunchuck, and make him jump with the A button. The game does uses the wiimote for a few moves, including punching at enemies and performing fancier jumps. So thsi time its more of a traditional platformer, its said to play better than when you use d-pad on the GC version but I prefer to use bongos. made it more fun. Still should be a good game. This will be released under the "Play it on Wii" moniker in the West sometime next year.

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    <b>Also out in Japan:</b>
    Major Wii: Perfect Closer
    Karaoke Joysound Wii
    Yattaman Wii: Bikkuridokkiri Machine de Mou Race da Koron

    Feel free to report fuck ups. I may do some 2009 previews in place of these threads as there is shit all else on the horizon this month.


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    Good week [​IMG]

    To tell you the truth I'm a lover of the chocobo games and I'm really looking forward to the game but It's no use making a translation out of the game since it's going to come to NA for sure, I'm sure there'll be requests for this game so I don't know why I'm writing all this...

    Anyway I recommend the game to everyone, the mini and micro games blended together with the card based battles give this rpg a unique feeling.

    Also I thought the drum game was named Tatsujin not tatsunoko.
     
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    For some reason the spoiler thing no longer works. It always fucks up when I go to edit this thread with thumbnailed pics.
     
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    I found a horrible post-destroying bug with the [ thumb ] tag a while back. I don't know if it was ever fixed.
     
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    It doesn't show on a post preview I think, you have to reload the page after posting.
     
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    I think I told Costello about it ages ago, it used to screw the images but its fine now.

    The spoilers work now, but every title now says Taiko.
     
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    I just checked, and the thumbnail problem has not been fixed. Basically, the thumb tag deletes everything between the first link in the post (or the first link after the previous thumb tag) and itself whenever you edit or quote the post.

    See here and quote the post for an example: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?s=&showto...t&p=1311000


    There is also a bug with displaying spoilers after a quick edit, but it goes away if you just refresh the page.


    Edit: The Taiko no Tatsujin video is broken. You need to remove the underscore from the beginning of the youtube code.
     
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    There's only 2 (Japanese) DS games out but at least both are worthwhile.

    I'll have time to play FE and all the other games that I need to catch up on now!
     
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    Tales of Hearts and Suidoken Tiekeris most likely will be in the next list of expected DS titles.
     
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    OMG so much japanese. [​IMG]
     
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    no English releases this week huh?
     
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    so nothing good at all coming out this week, its expected though, nothing good ever comes out in the last month of the year. It's too close to christmas.
     
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    they're making Suikoden for DS? =O
     
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    Yes, but it's a new game in the series.
     
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    Yay. Taiko No Tatsujin [​IMG]
     
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    Erm I forgot to write up Donkey Kong Jungle Beat...better add to it..

    EDIT: Done now [​IMG]
     
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    Yay! Looking foward to Capcom Vs, and Taiko

    Not much for the DS, that I care for at least. Maybe next week
     
  18. Upperleft

    Member Upperleft Namcoholic

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    Awesome Wii week!
    wait, how could you NOT approve Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom [​IMG]
     
  19. Akoji

    Member Akoji +5 internets to psyfira for avatar.

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    Damn I will need to import Taiko Drum Master only because I want the drums... Do you think that the game will work on NTSC-US with wiikey?
     
  20. benbenx

    Newcomer benbenx Member

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    Looks weak on the DS releases.
    Moare English songs @_@.
     

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