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 Written by John Scalzo  on November 24, 2004

News: Plus some new Legend of Zelda screens.



Nintendo announced three new titles for Japan yesterday and they all fit firmly in the "blockbuster" category.

First, Mario is branching out to even more sports with Mario Baseball. Next we have more monkey musical mayhem with Donkey Konga 3. And finally, Nintendo says that "an all-new Kirby adventure" will? be coming to the GameCube. Nothing else about the games was revealed aside from the titles.

The news release went on to say "All of these games remain in development, and no information about U.S. launch dates has been announced." But seeing as how this press release came from Nintendo of America (and baseball is the American Pasttime), I'm sure we'll be seeing these games stateside sooner or later.

To top it off, Nintendo released three more screens of The Legend of Zelda, two?for Donkey Konga 3, five for the Kirby adventure, and?three for Mario Baseball.

Enjoy.



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