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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Okay so most screen shots are coming out of IGN tonight. Hopefully you wouldn't mind another round of em'.- This time we have images of Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. as they are shown on the Virtual Console:

Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong Jr.

You might as well check out their Mario Kart 64 VC review if you feel the need to. Well, that raps up just about everything Mario you'll find on the Internet pertaining to North America.

- Report By Gage at 9:48 PM

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Well folks we've got some Mario Party 8 screen shots from IGN for you. If you want more click here. Sorry I didn't post any here!

- Report By Gage at 6:04 PM

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Monday, January 29, 2007

For 1,000 Wii Points you can now play Mario Kart 64 on your Wii console today!

- Report By Gage at 6:18 PM

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Friday, January 26, 2007

This is about a day or two late but if you want your kicks on the upcoming Wario: Master of Disguise DS until it's release then I suggest you check this one out.

1Up has the imported version of the video game and has posted a review of it for your viewing pleasure. Here's a quick sample from the review itself:

Wario quickly puts the touch screen through its paces; as per usual, transformation is his greatest weapon. Unlike previous adventures, though, it's not collisions with bad guys that allow Wario to change shapes but rather a magic wand that he swipes from an elderly magician. (No one ever said Wario was nice.) The wand enables seven different transformations acquired gradually over the course of the quest. Changing forms is simply a matter of drawing the appropriate symbol over Wario; there's no magic meter to worry about, no limited allocation of points or consumables. It's possible to change at any time, provided you can scribble the necessary symbol in the heat of the moment.


- Report By Gage at 1:55 PM

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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

In what was originally announced at E3 as the final Mario game for Gamecube, Super Paper Mario is set to be released to the Wii in April.

- Report By Sean Kelly at 6:33 PM

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Nintendo of America has made it official that Mario Kart 64 will be available on the Wii Shopping Channel next week. No Point cost has been released yet.

- Report By Gage at 11:42 AM

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Monday, January 22, 2007

Shigeru Miyamoto has been announced as the keynote speaker for the 2007 Games Developer Conference being held on March 8th. IGN has posted a quote which will detail on what Miyamoto's center of focus will be:

In his keynote address at the 2007 Game Developers Conference, Shigeru Miyamoto will reveal how a singular creative vision drives his work, not only in terms of his world-renown software, but also in generating key technologies, including the current global phenomena, Nintendo DS and Wii. And he will challenge the audience to apply his approach in their own distinctive styles.

However, more importantly, this speaking may introduce more video games or software for the new Nintendo Wii or the Nintendo DS! Mario? Zelda? Donkey Kong? We'll see soon enough.

- Report By Gage at 2:59 PM

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Sunday, January 14, 2007

WarioWare: Smooth Moves for the Nintendo Wii will be released tomorrow in US.

So what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy today! :)

- Report By Gage at 11:04 PM

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Saturday, January 13, 2007

Nintendo of America announced that current Vice President of licensing, Juana Tingdale, who has been with Nintendo since 1993 will be stepping down on March 5th. Taking his place is Steve Singer who has been with Nintendo since 1999. Steve commented on his appointment to VP by saying "Juana is well-known and respected by licensees around the world. I look forward to building upon the relationships Juana has established as a leader within the industry,"

- Report By Gage at 11:00 AM

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Thursday, January 11, 2007

According to sales data compiled and released by the NPD Group just a couple hours ago, New Super Mario Brothers was amongst the top 10 selling games for the month of December coming in at number 7. For 2006 as a whole New Super Mario Brothers was ranked second on the top 10 games of the year!

- Report By Gage at 9:08 PM

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Monday, January 08, 2007

Hey all, Kyle Orland here. First off, I'd like to welcome new news editor SNESGuy15 to the news section. He'll be trolling the web for all the best Mario news and I'll be posting it for your reading pleasure right here. Got a tip for him? Send it off to

On to the news... a few bits from last week:
  • In commemoration of the new year, Nintendo Europe has put together a video displaying shortcuts that Mario fans may have missed while playing Mario Kart DS.
  • IGN has gotten the imported version from Japan of WarioWare: Smooth Moves and has posted an extensive video preview of the game. These should whet your appetite before the game is released in the United States on Jan. 15.
  • Advanced Media Network has posted the box art and logo for Mario Party 8.
That's about it for now. Keep checking back here for all the latest Mario news tidbits.

- Report By Kyle at 4:03 PM

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