In a move that’s sure to impress the hell out of rocker Andrew W. K., Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced today that the next big title in Nintendo’s Wii-brand line will be none other than Wii Party. Speaking to a group of investors, Iwata described Wii Party as a “marquee party game”, even going so far […]
Nintendo Wii owners have been waiting patiently for a satisfying sword-fighting game on the console. The mini-game in Wii Sports Resort just isn’t meaty enough, and you may be able to wield a sword in some other games but it’s usually not the primary weapon or based on real fencing tactics.
Earlier this evening, the GAME British Academy Video Game Awards were held in London, and here at Game Rant, we’ve got the full list of winners and nominees for your viewing pleasure. The show was hosted by the comedian Dara Ã“ Briain, with various C-list celebrities taking the stage to present individual awards. Ã“ Briain […]
NPD just released their monthly North America numbers for January 2010 and there were definitely a few surprises. On the software side, the Nintendo Wii continued its sales supremacy by taking five of the top ten spots. Leading the way was New Super Mario Bros.Wii, which sold over 650,000 copies, despite being released in November […]
In a recent interview with G4, Evan Wells, co-president of Naughty Dog, offered his opinion on the potential implementation of Sony’s upcoming “Motion Controller” in future Uncharted franchise titles. In his response, Wells asserts that if Naughty Dog were to enter the motion control market, they’d more likely create a new gameplay franchise built around […]
The 2009 Spike Video Game Awards are over with, and we’ve been covering a lot of announcement and trailer information coming out of the show, but in case you missed the actual awards themselves, we haven’t forgotten about you – we’ve put together the official list of 2009 VGA winners in each category (as well […]
After all of the talk about which system was dominating Black Friday sales, and which system was about to become ancient history, NPD’s release of its November report for the United States almost seemed anticlimactic. I mean, when has Michael Pachter ever been wrong? But, lo and behold, there was quite a surprise awaiting all […]