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Excitebots: Professional Poker Racing

The Nintendo Channel on Wii runs some pretty nifty celebrity videos on occasion, and one of their most recent efforts is no different, as they pick four professional poker players and sit them down to play a ga...
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Bit.Trip CORE is WiiWare game #100

I have a confession to make: we never reviewed Bit.Trip BEAT when it released a few months ago, and it's one of those things I keep kicking myself for. The game is one of my top 10 on the WiiWare service, if no...
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More Bit Boy media than you can handle

Bplus shot us an e-mail stuffed full of images and trailers for their upcoming WiiWare title, Bit Boy, so here I am to present you with loads of screens and art. Bit Boy takes place, graphically, in many differ...
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Tweaking Blast’s reviews

We are going to try something new here with our reviews at Blast Games. It's a closing comments or final word of sorts on the games that we review, but we, (or Eddie Makuch) has dubbed it, "The Blast Factor". I...
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The Guitar Hero, Rock Band wish list

Because Guitar Hero: Smash Hits is just a re-release of previous tracks, I didn't really feel it deserved its own review.‚  If you are interested in purchasing it, check the track list beforehand - Some son...
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Nintendo wants to know what you want

Thanks to Stephen Totilo's excellent chain interview series over at Kotaku, something I have wanted to hear come from Nintendo executives for ages was spoken: In the same vein of Team Ninja working with Ninten...
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The Conduit media blowout

The Conduit, High Voltage Software's Wii exclusive sci-fi shooter, hits store shelves next week. While I'm still not sure how the game is going to be from a story or gameplay standpoint, I do know that High Vol...
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Another Metroid 2 Remake trailer

Metroid II: Return of Samus was the first Metroid game I ever played. I didn't know much about the series, or what Metroids were, but I knew that I was in love with the way the game unfolded. It showed you hidd...
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Licensed games that don’t suck

When a movie tie-in game is announced, the first thing most gamers do is groan. The second thing they do is take a peek at the screenshots and trailers for it anyways, just to see what is being done with their ...
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What do you get when…

...you combine a living, walking toaster with the abilities of a samurai? According to Semnat Studios, you get a four-player, sidescrolling shooter with a unique art style. The title just released on Nintendo's...
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Digital Evolution

It's amazing how much progress digitally distributed games have made as of late. This generation saw the rise of Xbox Live Arcade, the Playstation Network, and the WiiWare service as ways to release a lot of in...
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Welcome to Chibi Gamer!

Blast Games has grown enough since the beginning of the year that we are adding to the redesign. Not only have we just expanded the amount of content that shows up on our own front page as well as the front pag...