AU Shippin' Out July 30-August 3: Guitar Hero 80s, FlatOut, and heaps of DS games
Do you wanna rock?
Do you wanna rock?
Darkness descends on Australia this week; DiRT racing to 360 and PC.
Electronic Arts console port of Tiberium Wars tops a light week at retail while Double Dragon, Final Fight, and Sam & Max clean up the downloadable mean streets.
Following a gangbusters holiday, publisher raises revenue predictions by $30M after reexamining the console's European launch; PS2 Downhill Jam, DS and Wii Guitar Hero announced.
Number-two publisher's revenue beats guidance, but falls year-on-year; SEC stock probe prevents final profit tally.
Megaretailer briefly offers "Nintendo Wii Customer Choice's Bundle" before running out of stock.
Nintendo lists 24 games available for the console's December 8 European launch date, 27 by year's end; 31 Virtual Console games also revealed for 2006.
Nintendo announces 32 Wii games to be available by end of calendar year; Metal Slug, Super Swing Golf on, Blazing Angels off.
Nintendo's 35-stop Fusion Tour gives gamers a chance to try out the upcoming console beginning September 27; Metroid, WarioWare, others playable.
Nintendo releases roster of games for upcoming console; 30 by year's end, 41 third-party by end of March 2007, more than a dozen confirmed for launch.
[UPDATE] Publisher will support next-gen system releases with new Call of Duty, Tony Hawk, Marvel games; adds a pair of Activision Value titles to Wii slate.
We spend more time with Activision's upcoming Wii title starring Tony Hawk.
Metal legends contribute song to Tony Hawk game for Wii; "Different World" will blare while gamers skate down streets.
Tony Hawk returns to the Nintendo DS with a frantic race to the finish line.
Tony Hawk, James Bond, Quake Wars, Transformers, Call of Duty 2 all make appearances at the number-two publisher's exhibition--next to a massive poker table.
We ollie over to the Activision booth to play Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam on the Nintendo DS.
Attendees can fill up on DS Lite or wait in a lengthy line to see the Wii; playable Wii games include Super Mario Galaxy, Zelda, Wii Sports.
Tony Hawk is going Wii all over the place in this high-speed racing game.
WWII soldiers, superheroes, skaters hit all three next-gen consoles this fall, along with Marvel.
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