September
18
2009
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These are some new images of the Nintendo Wii game No More Heroes 2 : Desperate Struggle Wii

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March
24
2009
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SAVE THE PLANET AS ONLY A
MONSTER CAN IN ACTIVISION’S MONSTERS VS. ALIENS™ VIDEO GAME

 

Santa Monica, CA – March
24, 2009 – When aliens attack, monsters fight back in Activision
Publishing, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: ATVI) Monsters vs. Aliens™,
the video game based on the highly anticipated 3D feature film from DreamWorks
Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA), which will debut on March 27.  Starting
today, gamers can experience heart pounding action and silly antics as they
lead a dynamic team of misfit monsters on a mission to protect earth from
destruction. 

 

Monsters vs.
Aliens
allows players to control the characters from the film and use
their unique abilities to battle alien enemies throughout the game,” said
Rob Kostich, head of marketing for licensed properties,
Activision Publishing, Inc.  “Players invite a friend to grab
a Wii Remote™ or controller and join forces at any time to help clear
enemies, collect monster DNA and overcome obstacles as their favorite monster
heroes.”

 

The Monsters vs. Aliens
video game calls players into action to battle against Gallaxhar and his alien
robot army.  Taking on the roles of The Missing Link, the macho half-ape,
half-fish; the gelatinous, indestructible and always hungry B.O.B.; and
Ginormica, the 49-foot-11-inch tall woman, gamers team up with the helpful
genius Dr. Cockroach, Ph.D. and Insectosaurus, the 350-foot tall grub to defeat
the alien invaders.  Players master the unique and diverse abilities of
each character as they ooze, brawl, skate, puzzle solve, climb, crawl, jump and
race through more than 20 levels on Earth and through outer space. 

 

Monsters vs. Aliens was developed for the console
and PC platforms by Beenox, Inc. and for Nintendo DS by Amaze
Entertainment. 

 

The game is available
for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system
from Microsoft, Wii and the PLAYSTATION
®3 computer entertainment system for a suggested retail price of $49.99; the PlayStation
Ò2 computer entertainment system and Nintendo DS for the suggested
retail price of $29.99 and Games for Windows® for a suggested retail price of
$19.99.  The console and Game for Windows versions have been rated
“E10+” (
Cartoon
Violence, Comic Mischief); the handheld game has been
rated “E” (Comic Mischief, Mild
Cartoon Violence) by the ESRB.

 

For more information on the Monsters
vs. Aliens
video game, please visit www.MonstersvsAliensGame.com.





November
19
2008
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This is a new video of the Nintendo Wii game Tatsunoko VS. Capcom

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November
13
2008
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This is a new video of the Nintendo Wii game Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Cross Generation of Heroes

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November
6
2008
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This is a new gameplay video of the Nintendo Wii game Tatsunoko VS. Capcom

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October
15
2008
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This is a new gameplay video of the Nintendo Wii game Tatsunoko VS. Capcom Cross Generation of Heroes

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October
9
2008
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This is the Debut Trailer of the Nintendo Wii game No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle

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March
24
2008
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Nintendo adds new games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week’s new games are KING’S KNIGHT and POWERBALL: (more…)

February
4
2008
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In a recent interview with Suda 51, chairman of the Grasshopper development studio’s , taked about No More Heroes.

Available in recent weeks on Nintendo Wii, at least in Japan and the United States, it appears that this game was not meant for this console at the begining. Indeed, the president said he intends to develop the title on 360. But Yasuhiro Wada, president of Marvelous Interactive, it has strongly advised the Wii with its original and innovative gameplay:

“Initially, I wanted to develop this game for Xbox 360, actually. Wada-san had information on the Wii and on the functionality of the new controller before its release, which is why it thought that I should produce the game on this platform ”

Attracted by this grip intuitive, Suda 51 has therefore concentrated on the console on the market for Nintendo to develop their project.

January
23
2008
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This is an excerpt from the Review of the Nintendo Wii game No More Heroes by IGN

No More Heroes is a grab bag of highs and lows, and the end result is going to be different based on your expectations. No More Heroes has one of the most unique, stylistic designs we’ve seen in years (maybe since Killer 7, in fact), as the presentation is made up of pixel art, a retro-themed audio production, and some of the best characters out there. It’s hilarious, completely matchless in its design, and hands-down one of the most passionate projects we’ve seen for Nintendo’s console. On the other hand, it’s obvious that open world designs aren’t Grasshopper’s strong suit, and while you wont be actually fighting or experiencing any “pure action” moments in the world, it’s a pain to trek through, and a painfully low-tech visual offering. Pop-in is everywhere, control is irritating at best, and the frame rate is all over the charts. It’s an absolute mess.

For those that can work around it though, No More Heroes delivers snappy combat, hilarious characters, cinematic battles, and some of the most rewarding motion fighting since Godfather: Blackhand Edition. There’s a point in No More Heroes where you realize that even despite all its shortcomings you’re still having a great time playing the game, and we won’t deny that aspect. If you can put up with a lack of polish, No More Heroes is an extremely rewarding product, and a must-have for any Suda fan or hardcore gamer.

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