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Nintendo Updates Game releases: Brawl, Mario Kart Keep Same Dates. Wii Fit TBA

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by nic7, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. nic7

    nic7 Wiichat Member

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    Nintendo has updated their press site concerning release dates. Nothing major comes out of it. The only interesting news is that Brawl still has it's Feb. 10 date and Mario Kart is still set for spring. Wii fit has also been bumped back from early 08 to TBA.

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  2. LevesqueIsKing

    LevesqueIsKing An Instant Classic

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    Haha, poor casual gamers...
     
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    Thanks for the good news, hopefully this whole delay of smash was for headset support...

    Also surprised to see that there is no wi-fi label next to Mario Kart Wii, has it not been confirmed yet?
     
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    ^16 player online has been confirmed for MarioKart. They are particularly working on minimizing the amount of time it takes to start a game.
     
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    Thank you for the update. Happy holidays.

    I just don't understand this dislike of casual gamers, since ALL and EACH and EVERY one of us was once CASUAL GAMERS! (That is if you define casual gamers as inexperienced players)
     

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