E3 2006 News | Nintendo Wii Release List Uncovered

By Adam Riley 13.05.2006 11

Below is the list of Nintendo Wii games that appeared in the latest issue of Japan's Famitsu magazine. Obviously all dates are subject to change, especially as many are down as 'TBA'! Check them out below:


  • Necro-Nesia (Spike, tentative name)

  • 2007 RELEASE

  • JAWA (Spike, tentative name)
  • HEROES (Spike, tentative name)


  • Elebits (Konami Digital Entertainment, tentative name)
  • Machi Kuru Domino (Success, tentative name)
  • Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz (Sega, tentative name)
  • Swing Golf Panya (Tecmo, tentative name)
  • New RPG (Bandai Namco Games, tentative name)
  • New Action Game (Bandai Namco Games, tentative name)
  • Dragon Ball Z Sparking! NEO (Bandai Namco Games, tentative name)
  • Final Furlong (Bandai Namco Games, tentative name)
  • One Piece Unlimited Adventure (Bandai Namco Games)
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    There was very quick clip of that in the press confrence video. Is there any more info on it?

    XBL Gamertag: James2t3

    Apprently it's a sub-par Resi Evil clone with barely any atmosphere or 'hook'...sounds very bland. Elebits is something I've got my eye on, and will preview next week...

    Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

    Was it playable at E3? I havn't seen anything about it same with that Elebits game, only came across somthin today and it does sound quite intresting.

    XBL Gamertag: James2t3

    Necro-Nesia isn't only a sub-par clone of RE in terms of gameplay, but graphic wise it's a total blur with graphics just between N64 and Gamecube. I'd rather stick with RE, seeing I'm still playing RE4 as we speak. It's like, my 6th or 7th playthrough Smilie I usually don't even play through games twice, so nuff said Smilie

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    Both Necro Nesia and Elebits were playable at the show. The former apparently looks the part, but no details of the story were given and the gameplay is currently very lacklustre.

    However, Elebits is meant to be a magical little game from Konami, and one I'm particularly looking forward to. From what I've gathered so far it's a nice mix of Pikmin, Pok

    Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

    Yeah I'm very intrigued by Elebits... Especially since the last new thing they did was probably several years ago...

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    Elebits looked fun from the video.

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    It's good to see Konami taking a risk on the Wii with such a new game. It's even better that the company announced 'Soccer Game' for the Wii, which is inevitably going to be PES 2008 next year (you would hope).

    I'd also say that if Lunar Knights (aka Boktai DS) does well on the DS, which reportedly it really deserves to, then you'd hope Kojima brings a special version for the Wii. What gets me is that Kojima-san has stated he has MANY ideas for the PS3's 'new' control system that can be incorporated into MGS4...WHY NOT BRING A PORT OF THE GAME TO THE WII THEN?

    Hmpf Smilie

    Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

    i thought SMB was a launch title.

    Just imagine boktai Wii which downloads current weather eports off the web to portray them in game. That would be cool. I wonder what the New RPG form bandai namco is hopefully a new Tales of or Baten Kaitos

    Super Monkey Ball will be a Western launch title. The SMB series does nothing in Japan...

    With Monolith (BK and XenoSaga) working with Nintendo on Disaster for the Wii, and given that Nintendo's supporting BK2 in the West, the new Wii RPG will likely be Baten Kaitos (where's the DS version, bii-atches?!).

    Namco's Tales Studio is hard at work on Tales of the Tempest, and we'll likely see a Tales Wii, but the question is 'when'.

    Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

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