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Get $30 in eShop credit for registering Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem

Get $30 in eShop credit for registering Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem

Nintendo has announced a pretty sharp deal for RPG-loving bargain hunters. If you purchase both Fire Emblem: Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei 4, and register them both with Club Nintendo, you'll get a healthy $30 in eShop credit on your account.

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Donkey Kong: Original Edition bonus included with select eShop purchases

Donkey Kong: Original Edition bonus included with select eShop purchases

Deep in the annals of Nintendo history is a special edition of Donkey Kong, titled the "Original Edition." It included the Cement Factory stage absent from the NES title, and it's never been offered for sale. If you want to get your hands on this rare bit of Nintendo history, you have your chance. You'll need a Club Nintendo account and you'll have to buy a game, first.

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Nintendo offering incentive for digital download of NSMB2

Nintendo offering incentive for digital download of NSMB2

Nintendo is making a fresh push into the digital age with the 3DS and Wii U, both of which are set to offer full retail games for download. Apparently the company is committed to this idea. The first such game is New Super Mario Bros 2 for the 3DS, due in August, and Nintendo announced today that it will offer a little extra Club Nintendo perk if you download the digital copy.

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Club Nintendo Reveals New Rewards for Members

Nintendo's "Club Nintendo" reward program has unveiled a handful of new exclusive items that its members can redeem by using the "coins" they earn from registering their Nintendo products and participating in various surveys.

The first type of new reward consists of two sets of twelve greeting cards, each including three different designs of characters from the Super Mario Bros. and Nintendogs series. Each set of greeting cards can be obtained for 300 Coins each. Read more »

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Nintendo Launches Club Nintendo in North America, Offers Exclusive Goodies for Game Registration

As promised, Nintendo has brought its popular Club Nintendo program to North America, rewarding buyers of Nintendo games and systems with exclusive prizes.

Located at Club.Nintendo.com, the program entices gamers to register their Nintendo-published games and fill out surveys to receive coins, which can then be cashed in for Club Nintendo-only prizes, such as the Game & Watch Collection for DS, exclusive playing cards, a Nintendo DS case, and the Wii Remote holder. Read more »

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Club Nintendo Coming to North America

Club Nintendo, the rewards program known for doling out super-cool, rare Nintendo trinkets to Japanese gamers, is headed across the pond.

The announcement was made by a Nintendo representative during a press conference now underway.

Club Nintendo is a points-based program where gamers earn points for purchasing Nintendo products. Those points can be exchanged for unique Nintendo products like keychains and controllers. Past products made available to Japanese members of Club Nintendo include a Super NES-styled Classic Controller for the Wii as well as Wii Remotes that double as television remotes. Read more »

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So apparently the ending to The Matrix: Path of Neo (PS2, Xbox, PC) is weird. Really weird. To anyone who owns and has beat the game: video confirmation, please. Please.

  • Xbox 360 Games Shipping Early?

    [xbox360]
    GameSpot is reporting that certain Xbox 360 games are already shipping to stores, or will be shipping soon. It was widely assumed that the games would be released before the system, but they were expected to begin shipping next week, not this week. Rare's Kameo: Elements of Power (X360) is now listed by various online retailers as in stock and available. Brick and mortar EB Games locations claim they will have Kameo in stock starting today, as well as possibly Rare's Perfect Dark Zero (X360), and Bizarre's Project Gotham Racing (X360). Those three games are the launch titles being published by Microsoft Game Studios; other launch games should also start becoming available in the weeks leading up to the hardware launch on November 22. For more information on Kameo, check out Shack's interview on the game.
  • Go to Best Buy For Your Xbox 360

    [xbox360]
    This information must be treated as a rumor, as it is unconfirmed and was made on an internet forum. A forum poster claims to have received a stockholder pamphlet from Microsoft (which he also claims was sent to anybody holding Microsoft stock) containing the company's Keynote of Intent for 2006 in respect to Xbox and Xbox 360. The following points are stated: - Microsoft will ship 1,098,200 Xbox 360 units to the U.S. for the November 22 launch, 20% of which are the hard drive-less Core systems. - Best Buy and Wal-Mart are the console's official retail sponsors, and will be receiving a majority of the shipment. - Microsoft aims to ship four million of the new console within five months. - 29 Xbox 360 games will be available in 2005. - Microsoft hopes to expand its Xbox Live population to 14 million. While the poster seems quite surprised by this aim, he does not specify whether it includes Xbox Live Silver accounts, which are included free with the console. Again, treat this as a rumor. None of the information seems too out of line with what Microsoft has been saying, however, and given that the in-store demo units popped up in Best Buy and Wal-Mart before other retailers, it wouldn't be too surprising to see that there's a deal worked out with those retailers. So, if you're in the market for a 360 and you haven't preordered your system (or if your retailer is saying your preorder won't make the first shipment, which seems to be happening quite a bit), your best bet is probably Best Buy.
  • Kameo Film in the Works

    [xbox360]
    Well, I certainly didn't see this one coming. Microsoft announced via a press release today that Rare's Kameo: Elements of Power (X360) will be adapted to a CGI animated film by production company Maxmedia. The film will be written and directed by Sunmin Park, who produced Alejandro Amenabar's 2001 film The Others, starring Nicole Kidman. Park also wrote and directed the English-language version of the 2003 animated film Wonderful Days (called Sky Blue in the US). Kameo tells the story of the fittingly-named young elf Kameo, who must defeat the Troll king Thorn with the use of her ability to take on the forms of various animal warriors. The movie will most likely follow a similar plotline. Production will begin some time in 2006.
  • Twilight Princess Not on Revolution

    [gamecube]
    So, no more speculation, please. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess will be a GameCube game, not a Revolution game. Many gamers figured that part of the reason for the game's delay might be to turn the title into a guaranteed system-selling launch title for the Revolution, and when Nintendo recently announced its first quarter 2006 lineup, sans Zelda, some considered those rumors all the more valid. However, Nintendo announced that the game would be delayed until its 2006 first fiscal quarter, not calendar quarter, which begins in April.
  • Get a Free Revolution Controller

    [nintendo]
    Certain members of Club Nintendo, a program that rewards Japanese gamers for purchasing Nintendo products, will be getting a fairly interesting prize this year. Nintendo will be sending each of its Platinum status members an actual television remote control in the shape of the remote control-like Revolution controller. The remote is apparently built from the same mold as the real controller, so visually it should be identical. A picture is available at the Club Nintendo website. So, just remember this news when you start seeing all of those photographs of people who claim to already own a Revolution, with a controller as their proof. Because, this being the internet, we know we'll see more than a few.
  • Mother 3 Basically Confirmed

    [gba]
    Last week, Earthbound/Mother creator Shigesato Itoi revealed that the long awaited sequel to the beloved SNES RPG Mother 2 (known in North America as Earthbound) will be heading to GBA. Many accounts of this news were met with skepticism, given how long fans have been fruitlessly waiting for a new installment in the series. Well, to add some weight to the announcement, the game now has an official page at Nintendo's Japanese website. There isn't much there with the exception of the game's logo, but it's confirmation that Nintendo will be publishing the title, and gamers will finally get to play it.
  • Misc. Q&As/Features

    Wired's Chris Kohler, who got some well-publicized hand-on time with the Revolution controller at TGS, has quite good interview with Nintendo producer Hideko Konno, most recently responsible for Mario Kart DS. Konno touches on his latest game, as well as Revolution. He notes that having finished Nintendogs (DS) and Mario Kart DS, his team is "pretty much just working on Revolution stuff right now. We have to continue working on DS stuff, but mostly we have to create something big for Revolution." And you know that crazy cooking game hinted at in the Revolution teaser video? Apparently, that exists, not as a retail product, but as an internal creativity experiment. IGN has video of a Nintendo press presentation on the company's online gaming service, as well as the service's first television ad.

Misc. Media/Previews

Xbox
1UP has a roundtable preview of Team NINJA's Dead or Alive 4 (X360). Screenshots: Saint's Row (X360). Project Gotham Racing 3 (X360). The Outfit (X360. Movies: Need For Speed Most Wanted (X360, also PS2, Xbox, GCN, DS, PSP, GBA, PC).
GameCube
GameSpot previews Vivarium's Yoot Saito's Odama (GCN). Movies: Yoot Saito's Odama (GCN).
Portable
Screenshots: Practical Intelligence Quotient (PSP). Movies: Tony Hawk's American Sk8land (DS, also GBA).
Multi
Eurogamer takes an early look at Eden's Alone in the Dark (PS3, X360). GameSpot checks out Secret Level's America's Army: Rise of a Soldier (PS2, X360). Screenshots: Gun (PS2, Xbox, GCN). Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers (PS2, Xbox). True Crime: New York City (PS2, Xbox, GCN). Movies: Peter Jackson's King Kong (PS2, Xbox, GCN, X360, DS, PSP),

Console Game Of The Evening [Submit Yours!]

Gargoyle's Quest for the Game Boy Color. "Fun action/RPG platform hybrid. One of the few games I've ever completed." (submitted by DKo5)

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An all-Nintendo news night here at LNC! I didn't really notice that until I was done and thinking of something witty to write here. The bit about Mario Party 6 arriving in Japan sometime in November would lead us to believe that either a.) Nintendo was lying and it will use controllers or b.) a new GameCube peripheral is on the horizon. I think it's getting to be a bit late in the game to start introducing products such as, if the rumors are true, a camera device. Unless the next console will be compatible with it, Nintendo just won't have enough time to build an installed base to make it worth everyone's while.

NDS Zelda Four Swords Confirmed for DS In an interview with Spanish Nintendo magazine Club Nintendo, the man behind the upcoming Zelda titles, Eiji Aonuma, confirmed that the Nintendo DS portable will receive a version of Zelda Four Swords Adventure. Eiji is quoted as saying, "The Zelda team is already planning Four Swords for the Nintendo DS. This game will have a lot of connectivity and feature a lot of interaction between both screens. It will be interesting."
GCN GBA NDS Nintendo Avoids Japanese Media Events A company spokesperson for Nintendo confirmed that once again, Nintendo will not hold a SpaceWorld event nor will it have a booth at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show. Spokesperson Mitsuaki Hagishima commented, "So instead, we're currently planning an effective event that can be expanded to a nationwide scale." He also left open the possibility of another SpaceWorld by saying, "It's not like we won't ever open a SpaceWorld event again."
GCN Resident Evil 4 and Metroid Prime 2 at Comic-Con Not only can comic lovers enjoy a playable version of Robotech: Invasion at this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con, they'll also get treated to Metroid Prime 2 Echoes and Resident Evil 4 in full playable glory. According to one of Planet GameCube's readers, Nintendo will have a booth there with these demos. Some other companies at the show are Activision, EA, and Konami.
GCN Nintendo Unveils Japanese Lineup A spokesperson for Nintendo gave new details regarding the company's fall and winter lineup of games for Japan. Mildly surprising is the fact that both the new Star Fox title along with Donkey Kong Jungle Beat may be ready by the end of December. Most surprising, however, is confirmation that Mario Party 6 will come out in November. Nintendo has gone on record as saying this Mario Party will not make use of controllers. A rumored device similar to Sony's EyeToy may be the input function, but nothing is known at this point. Obviously, we should know shortly.
PS2 Xbox GCN Misc. Q&As/Interviews TeamXbox talks with Greg Canessa, a group manager of Xbox Live Arcade. HomeLAN Fed chats with Rob Huebner of Nihilistic Software about StarCraft Ghost and the company's upcoming project.
  Misc. Media/Previews
PS2 GamerFeed hits the dusty trails in this preview of Monster Hunter. IGN has a large hands-on look at the E3 demo of Silent Hill 4: The Room. GameSpot has an exclusive trailer of Shadow Hearts: Covenant, screens of Spy Fiction and Under The Skin, a preview of Shaman King: Power of Spirit, and a hands-on of the import copy of Gradius V. IGN gives us new shots for Formula One 04 and Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War.
Xbox 1up offers twenty new screens and "thoughts" on Kingdom Under Fire: The Crusaders. Game Informer does the full blowout of impressions, movies, and screens of Ultra Bust-A-Move.
GCN We find out what's going on with Pikmin 2 thanks to GamerFeed. IGN has updated impressions of the Japanese import of Paper Mario 2, complete with screens and movies. GameSpot updates their preview of WWE Smackdown! vs Raw.
GBA IGN previews the European title Asterix & Obelix XXL.
PS2 Xbox GCN TeamXbox goes hands-on with two multi-console titles this evening: Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 and Street Racing Syndicate. They also preview the multiplayer functions of TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (PS2, Xbox, GCN). GameSpot goes on a virtual tour of Mortal Kombat: Deception (PS2, Xbox) with Ed Boon. They also have an official movie of Juiced (PS2, Xbox). IGN contributes with footage for FIFA Soccer 2005 and NHL 2005 both of which are on PS2, Xbox, and GCN. Also at IGN are hands-on impressions of Street Fighter Anniversary Collection (PS2, Xbox) and Gravenville (PS2, Xbox). 1up puts up the first screens and some new details regarding NBA Street Vol. 3 (PS2, Xbox, GCN). They also have new footage of Def Jam: Fight for NY (PS2, Xbox, GCN).
Console Game of the Evening: Pacific Theater of Operations for the Sega Genesis. "Commanding the entire Pacific Fleet is just too good. It still plays great today." (submitted by x-eyd|mary).

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Interesting mix of news; one company on the rise, the other spiraling to its death. New accessories on the horizon, others being phased out. I just thought it was funny. Anywho, good luck to Swingin' Ape as they work on finishing StarCraft: Ghost, giving it the classic Blizzard polish that makes their titles stand out. It's refreshing to see a company stand up for quality instead of pushing out an unsatisfactory product to cash in on the holiday season.

PS2 Xbox GCN StarCraft: Ghost Resurfaces Blizzard announced tonight that the developer Swingin' Ape has taken over the creative duties of the console tactical shooter StarCraft: Ghost. "The team at Swingin' Ape Studios is a very talented group of developers with a proven ability to deliver extraordinary games," stated Mike Morhaime, Blizzard Entertainment president and co-founder. "We're confident that this partnership will result in titles that achieve the level of quality that players have come to expect from Blizzard products." No other specifics were revealed. Swingin' Ape was the crew behind last year's Metal Arms: Glitch in the System.
PS2 Xbox GCN Acclaim Loses MLB/Turok Licenses In a 10-K report filed to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, game developer and publisher Acclaim listed that, due to late payments on royalties, they have lost their licenses with Major League Baseball (MLB) and Classic Media, Inc., the owners of the intellectual property Turok. In the 10-K, Acclaim said they were in discussions with both companies "...in an effort to resolve this matter amicably." Personally, I don't see the problem with losing the latter license.
GCN Mario GCN Controller Argh, the Japanese get all the cool stuff. The latest is a GameCube controller with a Mario theme. With a top half that's red and the bottom-half blue, the controller also sports the signature "M" that is on Mario's famous cap. It's being offered exclusively through the "Club Nintendo" program. Can't wait to see how much it goes for on eBay.
GBA GBA Video Phone Here's another Japanese product we'll probably never see: a video phone for the Game Boy Advance! Manufactured by Campho, the device allows users to transfer voice and video over typically phone lines for super fun communication purposes. The device sends an image of 110,000 pixels at a whopping five frames per second. Included in the package is a headset and the set retails overall for about $180 USD.
PSX Sony Ends Production of PSone LCDs The missing component of a poor man's PSP, the LCD screen for the PSone will no longer see production by the end of this summer. Sony will fulfill one last order for Japan and then it's done. The device had been manufactured for two years with not much success.
PS2 Xbox Far Cry Instincts Delayed Ubisoft revealed that the console version of their PC success story, Far Cry Instincts, has been pushed back to Q1 2005. The game has been getting a bad rap since E3, so the move is to guarantee it is as fun and entertaining as its PC daddy.
PS2 Xbox GCN Misc. Q&As/Interviews GameSpot speaks with David Doak, producer on Second Sight, being developed by Free Radical.
  Misc. Media/Previews
PS2 GamerFeed previews the Nippon Ichi RPG Phantom Brave. 1up takes a look at God of War. Games Domain previews Forgotten Realms: Demon Stone (did you guys know R.A. Salvatore is the writer on this?). GameSpy has a single new screen and the cover art for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Xbox The Bungie website updates with a new 3D screenshot for Halo 2. TeamXbox previews Kameo: Elements of Power. Ya know, I have a feeling these guys have a console bias.
GCN IGN previews for us the GameCube-debut of Fire Emblem and has a minute-long clip of Leon battling villagers in Resident Evil 4.
GBA GameSpy has screens from a few of the Famicom Mini Vol. 3 titles: Metroid, Zelda II, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Kid Icarus.
PS2 Xbox GCN Game Informer gives us the low down on Terminator 3: The Redemption (PS2, Xbox, GCN) with a hands-on impression and movies. GameSpot has new screens of Godzilla: Save The Earth (PS2, Xbox). GamerFeed keeps the gridiron action going with a preview of Madden NFL 2005 (PS2, Xbox, GCN). IGN has a hands-on look at the movie-based Catwoman (PS2, Xbox, GCN) game. TeamXbox takes a stab at previewing NCAA Football 2005 (PS2, Xbox, GCN). GameSpot has new footage of the same game here.
Console Game of the Evening: Sonic The Hedgehog for the Sega Master System. "I waited for a great platformer for the Master system for a long time, and finally this came out!" (submitted by freshview).

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Over the weekend I finished up a couple of games. The first (and the one of the pair that I really completed) was Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain. While I didn't hate the game by any means, I have very mixed feelings about it. It's the start of a great franchise, but the game hasn't held up well at all. Here's my full review, in which I obviously go into much greater detail about this than I can here. I think there's a great batch of source material for a remake in Blood Omen, and with Sony's PSP handheld, I could really see a great game coming out of it. The other game I finished yesterday was Ikaruga, by which I mean I finally unlocked enough continues to get past that fourth level with enough lives to finish the game. Completing Ikaruga isn't a very satisfying experience, especially not when you've got unlimited continues. So I definitely intend to keep at it. My next goal is to unlock the Practice and Conquest modes for that troublesome fourth level, which will definitely be a challenge. I've been able to get past the first two levels without continuing, but that third one has some really sticky parts that I keep getting hammered by.
Acclaim, Dave Mirra Settle Dispute The headline says it all...Acclaim and pro biker Dave Mirra have settled the suit Mirra filed against the company after Acclaim, desperate for attention to their sagging extreme sports lineup, produced the raunchy BMX XXX (which was originally Dave Mirra's BMX XXX). No money has changed hands over the dispute, and the pair have renegotiated their contract.
Sony Pulls Canadian Terrorists from Syphon Filter Responding to increasing backlash from up north, Sony has made the surprising decision to remove a portion of the game that had players being called in to stop a band of Quebec separatist terrorists who have taken control of one of Toronto's subway lines. Thanks GameSpy Daily for the tip.
FFX-2 International Additions in US Version? Games Are Fun is reporting (by way of GameFront) that the upcoming release of Final Fantasy X-2 here in the US will include the "Creature Create" feature that was added to the Japanese Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission release. It's not clear if we'll be getting the rest of the extras in that release, but if you're curious about the "Creature Create" stuff, The Magic Box has some new images up showing it off.
FFX "Eternal Calm" in Stores This Week Speaking of Japanese extras coming out over here, this week marks the long-awaited availability of Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm, the epilogue to FFX that was previously only available as part of the International Edition overseas, and sets up the storyline (or at least hints at it) that continues in FFX-2. As previously reported here, it's going to be included on the bonus disc with this month's issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine, so if you want it, be sure to pick it up before some yutz steals all the discs (something that's happened all too often here in NYC). The movie has been dubbed in English using the cast from FFX.
Warp Pipe 0.1.2 for Windows Released Version 0.1.2 Alpha of the Warp Pipe project for Windows has been released. You may recall that Warp Pipe is a tunneling software for GameCube, and the only game currently supported is Kirby's Air Ride, although the plan is to support Mario Kart: Double Dash as soon as it's available. Thanks Planet GameCube for the tip.
GameBoy Advance Kingdom Hearts II Q&A GamerFeed has posted a few scattered excerpts from tonight's interview with Tetsuya Nomura, the man behind the Kingdom Hearts games at SquareEnix. If you'd like to see the whole thing, Tech TV is airing it tonight at 11:00 (which means it's on right now if you're reading this post when it goes live) as well as at 2:00 AM and 4:00 PM tomorrow. All times are in EDT.
XSN Interviews A pair of Xbox sports interviews are up at GameSpot tonight. The first is with Brenner Adams, the product planner on the snowboarding title Amped 2, while the second is with Matthew Seymour, the program manager on the tennis game Top Spin.
True Crizzizle. Activision has officially announced that not only has Snoop Dog contributed to the soundtrack for True Crime: Streets of L.A., but in fact he's a fully playable hidden character as well, complete with his own hidden mini-game. The first screenshots of his digital counterpart are up at IGN, along with a brief Q&A with the game's producer about Snoop's involvement.
GameBoy Advance Super Mario Advance 5: Super Mario Bros? Now here's a bit of wacky news...along with the complete list of bonuses for Club Nintendo members in Japan, IGN spotted a Game Boy Advance version of the original Super Mario Bros. It's unknown if this is a freebie for members only or the next entry in Nintendo's increasingly bizarrely numbered series of GBA remakes of Mario titles.
Ratchet & Clank 2 Interview Computer and Video Games has conducted an interview with members of the Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando team at Insomniac Games (or as it's known over there, Ratchet & Clank 2: Locked & Loaded).
New Splinter Cell Mission Available 1UP is reporting that Xbox Live members can log on with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell today to download a new playable mission. This is the second half of the Vselka Infiltration scenario, and it is also available on the Rainbow Six 3 preview disc.
Ys Online Announced This is actually a PC-only title, but since Ys has always been a console game in this country I figured it deserved a mention...Falcom, the creators of the Ys series announced today that they have teamed up with two South Korean companies to produce a massively multiplayer PC game to be set in the Ys universe. Like every other game in the series, a localized release is doubtful.
Sphinx Q&A HomeLAN has posted a Q&A with Rob Loftos, the creative manager at THQ on their upcoming title Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy. The game is mere weeks away, and is set to be released for all three platforms on November 10th.
  Misc. Media/Previews
GameSpot has posted a first look at the GameCube version of Top Angler, while IGN has a look at the characters in Go! Go! Hypergrind and images from Pokemon Coliseum, GameInformer has a hands-on look at Crash: Nitro Kart and GamerFeed has impressions of 1080: Avalanche.
IGN goes hands-on with SOCOM II and Naruto: Narutimate Hero, Games Are Fun links to a new trailer from Airforce Delta: Blue Wing Knights, The Magic Box has new shots from the PS2 remake of Star Soldier, CVG has new footage from Resident Evil: Outbreak and new shots from Siren and IGN has a first look at Online Pro Wrestling.
GameSpot has new shots from the Xbox port of Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and HomeLAN has a hands-on look at Wrath Unleashed.
IGN has new media from Tony Hawk's Underground (GC, PS2, Xbox) and The Hobbit (GC, PS2, Xbox), The Magic Box has new shots from Dream Mix TV World Fighters (GC, PS2), Planet GameCube has shots and impressions of True Crime: Streets of L.A. (GC, PS2, Xbox), GameInformer has new movies from R: Racing Evolution (GC, PS2, Xbox), GamerFeed goes hands-on with Need for Speed Underground (GC, PS2, Xbox), and we've got a new trailer from Legacy of Kain: Defiance (PS2, Xbox) here on FileShack.
Console Game of the Evening: Ninja Golf for the Atari 7800. "Ninjas. Playing golf. And killing people. 'Nuff said." (submitted by BIGJIMSLATE).

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