Well, we've got some nice stuff here. You can read the DS version of this thread right here Some rules and stuff. Warning: Spoilers inside! - No flaming. If I list a game you don't like, too bad. If I don't, too bad. - This is mainly North American releases, sorry. I'll, on occasion, do a European or Japanese release if it's big enough and not already out in America. - If a game is already released in English and is being released again for another region, I won't bother adding it. Like say if Super Mario Galaxy 2 was out in America in April (it won't) and it came out in May in Europe, I won't list it for May. I'll also do the same if a game was released in English (aka Europe or America) and is being released in Japan. - I get my dates from GameFaqs, Wikipedia, and IGN, so if a date is wrong don't blame me. You can, of course, point it out and ask me to fix it if you have the right date. Mega Man 10 Developed by: Inti Creates/Capcom Published by: Capcom Release date: March 1st Genre: Platformer My Hype Level: Can't really play WiiWare, Wii is too full GBAtemp Hype Level: I AM MEGA MAN Tons of people love Megaman. Real people love Mega Man. That space in the two names is a universe of distance between the two halves of Mega Man (flashy anime and 8-bit loving). Mega Man 9 brought back the 8-bit loving with some hardcore platforming that made many super pleased, and Mega Man 10 comes to do the same. Unfortunately for me, I suck so bad at Mega Man and my Wii is full, so I haven't been able to play any new WiiWare releases for months. Sigh. Red Steel 2 Developed by: Ubisoft Paris Published by: Ubisoft Release date: March 23rd (America), March 25th (Europe), March 26th (Australia) Genre: FPS My Hype Level: Was super hyped originally, but not so much anymore GBAtemp Hype Level: Decent hubbub Don't bitch and moan over the cover art. That's what IGN had. Anyway, the original Red Steel pretty much blew. It was crunched for time and felt very unfinished. Red Steel 2 comes to correct the wrongs while utilizing the WM+ for some true 1:1 sword hacking and slashing. Still, a lack of a multiplayer seems to REALLY suck, so I'm borderline on this one. Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Developed by: Namco/tri-Crescendo Published by: Xseed Games Release date: March 16th Genre: Adventure RPG My Hype Level: The "adventure" part isn't up my alley GBAtemp Hype Level: Lots of talk It looks nice, but I feel like it'll be a lot of "adventuring" and not much combat/RPG elements, which kinda sucks to me. It'll appeal to a lot of other people, though, and with all its ambitions looking like they're reached, as well as an intriguing environment and story line, this is something to definitely check out. Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love Developed by: Idea Factory Published by: NIS America Release date: March 23rd Genre: SRPG My Hype Level: See my SRPG bit on the DS GotM GBAtemp Hype Level: Some people are giddy with Sakura Wars I'm sick of SRPGs, to be short. Sakura Wars is a SRPG, so odds are I won't be trying it out. It does look like a much-needed RPG game (yes, it's a SRPG, but still a RPG) for the Wii, but nothing I'm excited about. Calling Developed by: Hudson Soft Published by: Hudson Soft Release date: March 9th (America), March 19th (Europe) Genre: Survival horror My Hype Level: Hello, I'm a complete fucking pussy GBAtemp Hype Level: GBAtemp has more balls than me It's a survival horror game with a creepy ass girl on the cover art. So odds are you'll shit your pants probably once, if you're me. It seems to bear a lot in common with Fatal Frame 4, so if you liked that, I suggest this. Not much else to say except I'm never trying this out. I'm chicken shit. Racquet Sports Developed by: Ubisoft Published by: Ubisoft Release date: March 16th Genre: Sports My Hype Level: Fuck it, no comment here. This game doesn't deserve one. GBAtemp Hype Level: I need Blades for a good "shovel" pun For some reason, there's been a semi-wave of camera-based games on the Wii. I mean, c'mon, we have all these other, good peripherals for the Wii, we don't need a camera. Especially for fucking racket-based sports. Use a WM+, Ubisoft! Anyway, looks like terrible shovel crap. Stick to the array of decent tennis games on the Wii (Wii Sports, Virtua Tennis, Grand Slam Tennis) or other "racket" games (table tennis on WSR) instead of this hunk of junk. WarioWare DIY Showcase Developed by: Intelligent Systems/Nintendo Published by: Nintendo Release date: March 28th Genre: Mini-games My Hype Level: ZOINKS! GBAtemp Hype Level: Yessir! Couldn't find an image, sorry. Anyway, this downloadable channel comes with WarioWare DIY and allows you to play 72 microgames as well as play games you developed on your DS on your Wii. Sounds cool, although we know that DS-to-Wii ports don't fair so well (FFCC: Echoes of Time, Phoenix Wright). It looks like fun though and if you love DIY you should definitely give this a try. Of course, you'll need a Wii connectivity compatible flashcart to make good use of this. Other titles - Super Meat Boy: Q1 - Zombie Panic in Wonderland: Q1 - Yu-Gi-Oh!: Duel Trancer: Q1 - And Yet It Moves: Q1 - Rage of the Gladiator: Q1 - Bonk: Brink of Extinction: Q1 - Sam and Max: Season 2: 3/9 - Rooms: The Main Building: 3/23 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -- Rise From the Ashes: 3/28 Overall Summary Compared to the DS games, this is pretty slow. We do, however, get Red Steel 2, a huge game this year, Mega Man 10, a great retro revival, Sakura Wars, an addition to the Wii RPG library, and Fragile Dreams, a haunting yet gripping adventure. We also have Calling to keep you scared with fear and Racquet Sports to facepalm. Next month is even slower, outside of quite possible the biggest third party game this year: Monster Hunter Tri! There's also a new Lord of the Rings game, Aragorn's Quest, and the Wii's new doctor sim, Trauma Team. Have a fun March everyone!