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Majesco Announces “The Daring Game for Girls” for the Wii and Nintendo DS

I have never heard of this, but apparently it’s a book series.  Either way, the press release is once again below, just after the jump.

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Ghostbusters DS Trailer

Flip’s Twisted World Screens

Majesco’s upcoming Wii-exclusive:

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Rock Band Updates


Cambridge, Mass. – May 25, 2009 – Harmonix and MTV Games today announced 25 tracks coming this week to the Rock Band® Music Store catalog of downloadable content for the Wii™ system, including hit songs from artists like David Bowie, The Police, The Zombies and industrial metal pioneers Ministry.

As previously announced, Wii Rock Band 2 owners will gain access this week to three tracks from Ministry, two classics from The Zombies and a single from The Cranberries. Additionally, 19 back-catalog tracks will be released for Wii in the Rock Band Music Store.

English rockers The Police have three tracks coming to the Wii Rock Band Music Store this week. “Can’t Stand Losing You” and “Roxanne” from the 1978 album, Outlandos d’Amour, and “Synchronicity II,” from The Police’s last studio album, Synchronicity, released in 1983.

Also this week, back-catalog tracks from Airbourne, Devil Driver, Dream Theater, Killswitch Engage, Machine Head, Hinder, Bad Religion, The Cult and GLaDOS will be released, as well as cover tracks as made famous by The Monkees, David Bowie and Sweet. Wii music fans can also download tracks from Harmonix’s own Bang Camaro, Count Zero and Freezepop.

The tracks from Ministry, The Zombies and The Cranberries will be released simultaneously with the weekly content update for other consoles. The remainder of the tracks comes from the back catalog of Rock Band music already released to owners of Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 system. Wii fans can expect a rollout of previously released downloadable Rock Band content until the entire back catalog of more than 680 songs is available. With the addition of these tracks, there are now 169 tracks in the Wii Rock Band Music Store.

Release Date: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

** Dates for Rock Band game tracks are tentative and subject to change **

Airbourne “Runnin’ Wild”
Bad Religion “Sorrow”
Bang Camaro “Rock Rebellion”
David Bowie “Heroes” *
David Bowie “Queen Bitch” *
Count Zero “Shake”
The Cult “She Sells Sanctuary”
DevilDriver “Clouds Over California”
Dream Theater “Constant Motion”
Freezepop “Sprode”
GLaDOS “Still Alive”
Hinder “Use Me”
Killswitch Engage “My Curse”
Machine Head “Aesthetics of Hate”
The Monkees “Last Train to Clarksville” *
The Police “Can’t Stand Losing You”
The Police “Roxanne”
The Police “Synchronicity II”
Sweet “Action” *

(* Denotes cover track)

Price: $2.00(200 Wii Points) per track
“Still Alive” by GLaDoS is a free track.
Location: In-game Rock Band 2 Music Store(Wii Points must be purchased through the Wii™ Shop Channel)

Rock Band 2 is available for Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 and PlayStation®2 systems and the Wii system. The Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3 system and Wii versions support downloadable content.

Downloadable content for Wii is purchased via the in-game Rock Band Music Store using Wii Points purchased through the Wii Shop Channel and can be downloaded to the system memory or to an SD card for additional storage. The tracks stream directly from the SD card for seamless play.

To view a complete list of the more than 680 tracks available in the Rock Band music back catalog, please visit http://www.rockband.com/music.

Rock Band continues to satisfy music fans’ and gamers’ voracious appetite for rock with more than 40 million paid downloads since its launch Nov. 20, 2007. The Rock Band Music Store allows players to preview and purchase downloadable individual music tracks and packs from the vast selection of offerings available to date without ever leaving the game as they build their own custom RockBandlibrary.

Rock Band and Rock Band 2 are rated “T” for Teen (lyrics, suggestive themes) by the ESRB. The ESRB does not rate online downloads.

Rock Band and Rock Band 2 are rated “T” for Teen (lyrics, suggestive themes) by the ESRB. The ESRB does not rate online downloads.

For more information on Rock Band2 and Harmonix Music Systems please visit http://www.rockband.com and http://www.harmonixmusic.com.

Tecmo Announces Family Fun Football For Wii

Family Fun Football Boxshot

Press Release

Party in the End Zone with Friends and Family This Fall TORRANCE, Calif., May 22, 2009 – Video game developer and publisher Tecmo® today announced Family Fun Football™ for Wii™. In this fun, arcade-style casual sports game for everyone to enjoy, play against friends and family in vibrant themed football stadiums, or perhaps even in space! Choose to be one of the game’s quirky characters, featuring animals, aliens and robots, or unlock the mode to play as your own Mii. The ability to coach teams with a simple offensive and defensive playbook coupled with intuitive Wii Remote™ controls makes the game appealing to all ages for a fun pick-up and play party experience. Simple Playbook: Catering to the casual gamers, Family Fun Football offers a coaching playbook that makes it easy for everyone to learn and understand the game of football. Colorful Stadiums: There will be a total of five stadiums that include a fun mix of realistic and fantasy worlds such as a space themed stadium. Power-ups: During gameplay, each player can be rewarded with a power-up from a slot-style system that can enhance certain attributes including speed, strength, passing, and interception for a limited amount of time. Mini-Games: Ten fun and simple mini-games can be played with up to four players. Teams: Ten unique teams with their own attributes that players can choose to play competitively with. Mascot Mode: Players can play as their default character or their team’s mascot in Mascot Mode! Mascots include animals, aliens and robots and additional, unlockable mascot heads. Mii™ Compatibility: Unlock the ability to play as your Mii and load in your own caricatures and play against your friends’ and family’s Miis for a more personal experience. Developed by Seamless Entertainment, the Wii exclusive Family Fun Football is scheduled for a fall 2009 release. The game has not yet been rated by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB).