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Friday, 22 June 2007 10:59

New games planned for Wii

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Nintendo is finally getting around to releasing some new games.

The highly successful console has not had much in the way of software  which uses its capabilities and there are fears that its popularity might stall.

The next game is to be called Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire that promises to make full use of its system exclusivity. Although the game is apparently not as "deep" as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, reviewers are starting to get excited about it.

Dragon Blade uses the Wii remote and nunchuk as your two hands, teamed with the B button for lock-on and the traditional jump and dash actions intertwined. You control the sword by switching the remote around.

There is a review of the demo here.
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