has the dirt on Nintendo's portable gaming future, which will focus on the DS and shy away from the Game Boy.
Nintendo of America's George Harrison, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Communications, went so far as to tell
, "It's hard to say in the future if we will ever bring back the Game Boy trademark".
Kind of sad, isn't it? Personally, I don't see the Game Boy being "retired". I think it may go on hiatus for a short time, but will be brought back in a few years with some new and revolutionary feature that will make us want to get one...or three.
Since many people are getting to this page looking for our Spider-Man 3
walkthroughs, here are the links:
LB Spider-Man 3 Game Guide (Wii)
LB Spider-Man 3 Game Guide (X360)
Is your Spidey sense tingling? Can you feel the awesomeness that is about to hit theaters this weekend? Do you brave it and fight for a seat at, possibly, the biggest movie launch weekend ever, or do you wait it out? What would Spider-Man do? Hmm.
Whatever your decision, realize the movie is not where the Spider-Man 3
experience ends, as Friday will also mark the release of all Spider-Man 3
video games. And, by video games, I mean many, many video games, as versions of the aracno-hero title will be available for the PS2, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii, GBA, DS and PC. Oy. Is that enough Spider-Man for you? If not, check out the cinematic trailer for the major consoles below:
Still need more? How about a couple of great game previews:
Spider-Man 3 Hands-On Preview (Wii)
Spider-Man 3 Hands-On Preview (X360 and PS3)
Take note, the Wii version is completely different from the X360/PS3 version. Yes, they all follow the film, but the Wii version has different missions, original content, and controls that take advantage of the Wii's controller. Also, the Wii and PS2 versions were developed by Vicarious Visions, who also developed the DS and GBA version of the game, whereas the X360 and PS3 versions were developed by Treyarch, the developers of the first two incarnations of the Spider-Man
At this time, I can only guess the PS2 version is a port of the Wii version. If I find this not to be true, I'll update and let you know.
Wednesday - April 25, 2007
While Harry Potter games never come close to matching the greatness of Harry Potter films, we do always get a kick out of playing them. It is for this reason that we're pleased to present a first look at EA's new trailer for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter 5
will be released on all consoles on June 25th, a couple of weeks before the film makes its debut. Speaking of the film, have you seen the new two minute trailer for that puppy yet? Goosebumps galore!
"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" theatrical trailer
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