Nintendo Media Summit day two live blogged

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 11 April 2008 19:46 GMT

Want to read some sketchy notes about a really long WiiWare presentation in America? Course you do. IGN live blogged the second day of Nintendo’s Media Summit just in case you do. There’s stuff in there about Strong Bad, World of Goo and the fact Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and Major League Eating were playable but no one can write about them until next week. Enjoy.

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

  • Teaser site for FFCC: The Crystal Bearers goes live

    Square Enix launched the official teaser site for Wii’s upcoming Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers. Been dying for that, haven’t you? Not much is up there yet except for the trailer included with FFCC: Echoes of Time, and wallpaper of the game emblem. If there were more, it wouldn’t be called a teaser […]

  • WiiWare launch videos released

    Nintendo’s posted some movies of its WiiWare launch titles, following earlier news that the download service is on its way to Japan later this month. All the footage can be found here. By Mike Bowden

Major League Eating

  • Major League Eating launches on WiiWare tomorrow

    Fuck the Microsoft press conference. Everyone knows what’s going to happen anyway. What you want, brothers, is to get down to some hardcore virtual gorging. Thanks Christ, then, Mastiff’s confirmed that Major League Eating’s going to be released on WiiWare in the US tomorrow, as you can see from this press release. “Top level competitive […]

  • Major League Eating is WiiWare launch title

    Says so here. It’ll be releasing in the US on May 12 alongside the Wii downloads service. We still don’t know when WiiWare’s going to happen in Europe, however, so there’s no news on when you’re going to be able to pretend to eat buffalo wings really quickly on you TV over here.

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