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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 07:30pm 19/09/07 | 23 Comments
Nintendo has finally lifted the lid on some of their more anticipated releases for 2007 in Australia, which is welcome new given many of the games have already been released abroad. On the DS front, Nintendo of Australia have revealed the DS has an install-base of more than 700,000 units here, which is a pretty strong feat. The most anticipated game for DS, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass, will be releasing on October 11 which is awesome news for DS owners. Other titles for the DS releasing this year include:
  • DK Jungle Climber - November 1
  • Naruto Ninja Council - November 15
  • Mario Party DS - December 6
  • Master of Illusion - Mid December
With the Wii, the hotly anticipated Metroid Prime 3: Corruptions has been announced for the far-off date of November 8 (probably to avoid too much clash with Halo 3). Other Wii titles releasing this year are:
  • Big Brain Academy - November 8
  • Pokemon: Battle Revolution - November 22
  • Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles - December 13
  • Zack and Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure - Mid December
Finally the other big news to come from The Big N in Australia is a solid release date for Super Mario Galaxy which will be hitting store shelves on November 29 across the country. Still no word on Super Smash Bros. which likely means we won't see it until some time in 2008. Still, all this means Nintendo have a pretty solid holiday season ahead.












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Steve Farrelly
Posted 07:49pm 19/9/07
hehehe sorry, I hit Enter for some reason which put the story live before there was a story :P
cvrobison
Posted 08:22pm 19/9/07
no brawl until next year then? :(
Term
Posted 07:32am 20/9/07
I've totally sat on the fence with the whole next gen console stuff, though I'm leaning toward a Wii, this may tip the scales, put offs are lack of stockests so early for GameCube related items, I fear the same will happen to the Wii and you'll have to chase down new games like a dog.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 08:50am 20/9/07
Amidst the likes of Super Paper Mario, Mass Effect, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass, Metroid Prime 3, Super Mario Galaxy, Call of Duty 4, Umbrella Chronicles (I love zombies), Halo 3 (it's pretty fun), Assassin's Creed and Haze, I have no idea how I'm going to see any sun this holidays - at least I won't have to deal with the fam at Christmas I suppose :P
Steve Farrelly
Posted 10:35am 20/9/07
XBLA - is your party game answer if you really want a 360, and you can get 360 now for the same price as a Wii
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