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Wii doubles up on its' shoe game

Right on the heels of their latest Blazer and Air Force 2 releases we reported on a few weeks back, come Nike x Wii's second attempt at a very promising collaboration. Both embody the clean cut lines we all  enjoy on the Wii. Hopefully this will inspire a 360 shoe and more PlayStation 3 variants in coming months.

What do you think of these collaboration? Would you spend a $100+ to see these on your feet? Leave a comment and tell us your opinion below.

New Assassin's Creed 2 details from Game Informer

The latest issue of Game Informer magazine has hit subscribers and the coverstory is the exclusive first look at Ubisoft's upcoming Assassin's Creed 2. While it's typical for a sequel to a hit game to include new features and improved mechanics it seems that the massive 240 member development team is filling AC2 to the brim with new features that should definately makes fans happy.

Edios launches MiniNinja developer forum

With recent news on MiniNinjas many have been speculating as to what this game will play like. The game is from Eidos the creators of Hitman and Kane & Lynch. This departure from the normally action packed gun play games they are known for producing should be an interesting one.

Big Smile Reviews: Nintendo DSi Review

The Nintendo DSi is finally here. It allows you to edit sound, photos, surf the Internet and connect with other DSi users. But is it worth upgrading from your old DS lite? Join Diifii for a look at the ins and outs of the new DSi hardware.

"Grudge" director announces "Feel" for the Wii

In the latest issue of the Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu it was announced that director Takashi Shimizu, best known for directing "The Grudge", will be working on a new horror game for the Wii called "Feel". Based on the screens in Famitsu it seems like Shimizu's influence is clearly seen in the project since it has the standard "creepy Japanese girl with hair covering her face" complete with some bloody arms.

Big Smile Reviews: Madworld

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Question: What's black, white and red all over?

Answer: Madworld for the Nintendo Wii!

Diifii is here to take a look at the most violent Wii game made to date! He'll take you through the basic combat controls, environmental death traps and of course finish moves.

What do you think of Madworld? Would this game translate well to other consoles? Is Nintendo trying to attract more hardcore and adult gamers?

Home gets user-created t-shirts

The evolution of Sony’s Home continues with the latest feature being a collaboration with t-shirt company MySoti, which is a t-shirt print on-demand company which prints t-shirt designs submitted by users. Sony and MySoti are working together to bring existing MySoti t-shirt prints to Home so your avatar can wear a snazzy original t-shirt instead of being one of the countless flock wearing a Resident Evil: Degeneration Leon shirt.

[UPDATED 2] The Assassins Creed 2 Viral Campaign Begins

This morning what appears to be the first viral marketing for Assassins Creed 2 was seen on TeamXbox.com. The ad came in the form of banner advertisements, which linked to the AC2 website, changed from the AC logo to Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man. The ad also mentioned the Animus which in case you forgot was the machine that was used to read the ancestral memories of the hero in the first Assassins Creed.

Guiding Us to the Light: Our Favorite Star Wars Toro Pod Cast, Ep. 2

Big ups to our favorite Star Wars Commentators, TOROCast! This week they cover some multiplayer/single player rumors and Bounty Hunter talk. Some big news and some interesting chat. Thanks to Musco and SammMoney for the great shout to all of us here at shogun gamer.

Big Smile Reviews: GTA Chinatown Wars

Selling drugs, killing hookers, stealing cars and killing cops are on the agenda today. Ride shotgun with Diifii as he takes you through GTA Chinatown Wars!

Don't let the pint size of the DS put you off. Sure the DS isn't the most graphicaly powerful handheld on the market, but Difii we'll demo some of the special touch features that make this game a refreshing welcome to the GTA franchise.

 

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