Thursday, December 18, 2008

Nintendo Reveals '09 Game Releases

Nintendo was nice enough provide 1UP.com with a nicely packaged list of all their upcoming titles for the beginning of the 2009 gaming season. Below are over 100 titles Nintendo plans to release on either the Wii or Nintendo DS in the first quarter of '09.

Wii

  • Monsters vs. Aliens -- March 24
  • Monster Pals -- March
  • Solitaire & Mahjong -- February
  • Puzzle Challenges and More! -- February
  • Crayola Colorful World -- March
  • Onechanbara Bikini Zombie Slayers -- February
  • Coraline -- January
  • WordJong Party -- January
  • Battle Rage -- February
  • Cradle of Rome -- February
  • Cate West: The Vanishing Files -- March
  • Burger Island -- March
  • Disney Sing It: High School Musical 3: Senior Year -- Winter
  • DreamCatcher Play the World -- March
  • NASCAR Kart Racing -- Feb. 10
  • SimAnimals -- Jan. 27
  • TRIVIAL PURSUIT -- Early spring
  • FISHING MASTER WORLD TOUR -- Jan. 6
  • Marble Saga Kororinpa -- Spring
  • DanceDanceRevolution Disney Grooves -- March
  • Escape the Museum -- January
  • Major Minor's Majestic March -- March
  • Little Kings Story -- Feb. 17
  • Rune Factory: Frontier -- March
  • Mastiff Deer Drive -- Jan. 20
  • We Ski and Snowboard -- March
  • New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis -- March
  • New Play Control! Pikmin -- March
  • The House of The Dead: Overkill -- February
  • SONIC and the Black Knight -- March
  • MADWORLD -- March
  • Roogoo Twisted Towers -- Feb. 17
  • Pirates vs. Ninjas Dodgeball -- March 17
  • Brave: A Warrior's Tale -- Feb. 17
  • Paws & Claws Pet Resort -- Jan. 5
  • Neighborhood Games -- Jan. 5
  • Tenchu: Shadow Assassins -- February
  • Broken Swor: Shadows of the Templars (Directors Cut) -- March
  • Super PickUps -- Q1

Nintendo DS

  • Monsters vs. Aliens -- March 24
  • Pimp My Ride 2 -- March 24
  • Animal Planet -- March 10
  • My World, My Way -- Feb. 3
  • Legacy of Ys: Books I & II -- Feb. 10
  • Trackmania DS -- March 17
  • Monster Pals -- March
  • Puzzle Quest: Galactrix -- Q1
  • Coraline -- January
  • USA TODAY Puzzle Craze -- January
  • DinoPets -- March
  • Phineas and Ferb -- Winter
  • Inkheart -- January
  • Learn Math -- January
  • Drivers' Ed Portable -- January
  • Monster Band -- January
  • Zoo Quest -- February
  • My Personal Diary -- February
  • Music Star: Pop Star -- February
  • Paint by DS -- March
  • Matchstick -- March
  • Dreamer: Top Model -- March
  • Sarah - Keeper of the Unicorn -- March
  • Learn Chess -- March
  • Dragon Master -- April
  • Zubo -- March
  • Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure -- Q1
  • SimAnimals -- Jan. 27
  • Jagged Alliance -- Feb. 17
  • American Popstar - Road to Celebrity -- March 9
  • Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero -- Q1
  • Suikoden Tierkreis -- Q1
  • Little Magician's Magic Adventure -- Q1
  • WonderWorld Amusement Park -- January
  • Powerbike -- January
  • Our House -- Q1
  • Hot 'n' Cold -- March
  • Avalon Code -- February
  • Flower, Sun, and Rain -- March
  • Mastiff Moon -- Jan. 13
  • MumboJumbo Chicken Hunter Star Karts -- March 10
  • Nintendo Personal Trainer: Math -- Jan. 12
  • Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon -- Feb. 16
  • Pok√©mon Platinum version -- March 22
  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars -- Winter
  • Big Bang Mini -- Jan. 6
  • Roogoo Attack -- Feb. 17
  • Brave: Shaman's Challenge -- Feb. 17
  • FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: Echoes of Time -- Spring
  • THE GAME FACTORY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES -- Jan. 19
  • Paws & Claws Pampered Pets -- Jan. 5
  • My DoItAll -- February
  • Jake Power Fireman -- January
  • Jake Power Policeman -- January
  • Imagine Cheerleader -- February
  • JoJo's Fashion Show -- February
  • Petz Horseshoe Ranch -- February
  • Imagine Family Doctor -- February
  • Imagine Ice Champions -- March
  • Jake Power Handyman -- March
  • My Fashion Studio Paris Collection -- Feb. 17
  • American Popstar - Road to Celebrity -- March 24
  • Broken Sword: Shadows of the Templars (Director's Cut) -- March
  • Games Retro Game Challenge -- Jan. 6
It looks like Nintendo plans on keeping gamers pretty busy over the next three months. Most of the titles probably aren't games you'll rush out to get, but there are a few names on there that might draw a little extra attention.

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