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Which Console Did You Buy/Receive Over The Holidays?

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 Written by John Scalzo  on July 13, 2007

News: E3 wasn't big enough for these titles.



While Nintendo has the big guns out in force for E3, they've also revealed a bevy of titles that will be released near the end of the year that weren't given much (if any) of a showcase at the show.

Wii owners can look forward to the monkey racing antics of Donkey Kong Barrel Blast on October 8 followed by the action of Battalion Wars 2 on October 29.

October 29 will also see the release date of the diving simulator Endless Ocean (known in Japan as Forever Blue). Finally, Nintendo will bring Fire Emblem to the Wii on November 5.



DS owners won't be left in the cold as DK Jungle Climber will finally be released on September 10. This will be followed up by another long in development DS project, Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol, on October 2.

The month of November will bring Mario Party DS (on November 19) and a magic training game
(Nintendo Magic, which will be released on November 26) to the DS. Finally, December will see the release of Professor Layton and the Curious Village (December 3)and Nintendo Crossword (which is only a working title).

We'll have more on all of these titles soon.



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