Nintendo continues to build upon the The Legend of Zelda with Skyward Sword, a prequel to Ocarina of Time. The game takes advantage of the Wii MotionPlus to provide more complex combat.
The next-gen Wii hits sometime in 2012, and it’ll play with a wireless motion controller with 6.2″ touchscreen, offer 1080p HD graphics. Plus, it’s backwards compatible with the original Wii.
After a woman has her house broken into, she invites two officers into her home to help identify the perp. Thanks to the skills of their sketch artist, one more baddie could be off the street soon.
This little clone trooper has to contend with the ever-so-slightly larger Gor in this funny ad for LEGO Star Wars III. Make sure you watch till the very end for the punchline. (Thanks James!)
Give your video game controller a bold new look with these clear-shelled controllers, backlit with bright LEDs. PDP offers Xbox 360, PS3, and Nintendo Wii versions. No Kinect models, though.
Mickey Mouse will rely on paint and paint thinner to solve puzzles, change the environment and deal with enemies, and meet some of Disney’s forgotten characters while restoring the Wasteland.
Got a Nintendo Wii, but want to get your FPS on? With tons of weapons, huge environments, and online multiplayer, SEGA’s upcoming Conduit sequel looks like it has serious potential.
The developers behind the Wii’s upcoming GoldenEye 007 reboot show off the games’ retro four-player split-screen, including over 200 unique custom gameplay modes.
The classic arcade B-Ball game is back, with the same over-the-top dunks, blocks – even the same commentator. And lots of fire. BOOM-SHAKA-LAKA! It’s a shame it’s Wii-exclusive.
Those pesky Rabbids are back, and now, they’re messing with the space-time continuum. That can’t be good. Rabbids probably do much more damage than a butterfly could. Coming to Wii 11/2010.
Shattered Dimensions is a beat-em-up with web-slinging and melee combat, in which Spidey bounces between multiple parallel worlds, including a 1930s-inspired Spider-Man Noir universe.
Get ready for the latest in the Metroid series for the Nintendo Wii. In Metroid: Other M, Samus is back in prime form, with seamless transitions between 3D and side-scrolling gameplay using the Wii-mote.