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Nintendo Media Summit UK 25 / 02 - USA 24 / 02


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Maybe no big news but there is one hitting off at 5pm UK time... and sites are allowed to blog it:

Example of a site covering it

Know any good sites for coverage? Expect much or is all saved for E3?

Looking at news today maybe we will see more on Galaxy 2 and Metriod Another M..

added: UK one on now - heres a live text to follow it:

http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2010/02/l...ers_summit_2010

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Maybe no big news but there is one hitting off at 5pm UK time... and sites are allowed to blog it:

Example of a site covering it

Know any good sites for coverage? Expect much or is all saved for E3?

Looking at news today maybe we will see more on Galaxy 2 and Metriod Another M..

there was a conference last night in austraila in which the media were told to shut their mouth until todays conferences so something biggish maybe announced. Nothing major though I bet.

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9:10 — Dunaway takes the stage. Says that we’ll be playing 15 Wii games and 9 DS games for us to play, with the focus on the first half of 2010. “All of you hoping to hear something about the (holidays), you’ll just have to come see us at E3.” That said, she says, the first half is “absolutely packed.”

9:13 - Dsi xl on march 28th for $189

No zelda n stuff :/ maybe announce Captain Rainbow!!!!!!!!!!!!!*

*Captain Rainbow NOT announced :)

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This blog (posted earlier) seems more detailed than gonintendo

http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2010/02/nint...ummit-liveblog/

9:18 — Nintendo’s Nate Bihldorff takes the stage to show off Super Mario Galaxy 2. We’re going to be playing this today, he says. They jump right into the gameplay — showing a new galaxy called the Spin-Dig Galaxy, and you can pick up a drill and dig right through to the other side of the planet. This lends itself to new kinds of platforming/puzzle-solving, Bihldorff says.

Hopefully well see Metroid

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Before we finish up this Mario demo, they’re going to show us Yoshi. Moving around is the same as using just Mario, but the pointer turns into a little red ball, and this controls Yoshi’s amazing tongue. You can click on enemies to eat them. Yoshi gains different powers by eating different things — one fruit is a Blimp Fruit and it lets Yoshi balloon up and fly around. The pointer on the Wiimote, Bihldorff says, allows for “pretty awesome control” — you can click on stuff as you’re jumping around. There’s a segment where you’re running around on a 2-D plane, on a rotating cylinder — very old-school feeling, he says. Looks very complex!

Read More http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2010/02/nint.../#ixzz0gTYqtnQL

HEAD ASPLODE!

sounds like great use of the pointer there

Matt from IGN seems to think that orchestrated music won't be in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Hopefully he's forgetting that there were a few galaxies that didn't have it in the first game.

Matt from IGN is a BAM

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IGN == negetivity

Not sure about Sin and Punishment: Star Shooter name... games great thou (got the japanese version) best treasure since Ikaruga!

guarantee that the major criticism of the next Zelda from IGN will be lack of voice acting.

"9:31 — Dunaway back on stage. Launches on MAY 23. Wow."

3 months till our next SMG game!!! And I've only got about 90 odd stars in the first.

:omg:

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