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August 27, 2007

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 Written by John Scalzo  on April 10, 2006

News: Game Informer strikes again.

The May issue of Game Informer is getting quite the workout when it comes to Revolution news.

After the announcement of Red Steel, has detailed the interview the magazine had with Nintendo Senior VP George Harrison.

In the interview, Harrison revealed that Nintendo plans to have around 20 games available at launch, with two-thirds of those games coming from third parties.

Right now we only know of two confirmed launch titles: the aforementioned Red Steel and an unnamed game from Activision. Nintendo themselves have mentioned that they "want" Metroid Prime 3 and Super Smash Bros. Revolution to be available at the launch, but they have shied away from concrete promises.

With E3 fast approacing I think we'll learn more very quickly.

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