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Presidential race celebrated in mini golf game

Data Design Interactive, the folks responsible for such titles as Ninjabread Man and Anubis II, decided they needed to make a gesture in honor of the election, and what better to do than use their NotMiis to represent a golftastic throwdown between President-Elect Barack Obama and his...

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Wii Warm Up: DuYu NuYu?

Finally, Data Design Interactive has gotten the message, and added the single feature to their Wii offerings that audiences have been clamoring for since Ninjabread Man: knockoff Mii creation. And the NuYu system looks pretty okay! It's easily one of the better things this particular company has...

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Target Terror, Anubis II prices slashed to reflect quality

Konami's awful arcade-to-Wii Target :Terror port was a hilarious prank at first, one we were willing to play along with, what with its goofy FMV terrorists and over-the-top 9/11-inspired plot. But the joke immediately stopped being funny when we saw the light-gun game's retail price: $39.99. We...

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Don't go mental at the sight of Crazy Mini Golf

We don't care who you are, where you're from, what you did, as long as you love ... mini-golf. It's slow, methodical and sometimes frustrating, but a gamer isn't a gamer until they enjoy a fun-filled round on those crazy putting courses. Real golfers are excused. Naturally, this is why Data Design...

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Battle Rage looks fantastic (for the PC)

We immediately cried out, "Bullshots!" when we sighted these screenshots released with Battle Rage: The Robot Wars' Wii press release today, but then we remembered that a PC version of the fighter is also in the works. With a quick comparison comparing the image resolution with other screens for...

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Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars no longer vaporware, possibly shovelware

Did you forget about Call for Heroes: Pompolic Wars? Don't worry, so did we. This PC port was supposed to come out at the end of last year, but disappeared off the face of the earth instead. We know many of you are RPG starved, though, so you may be glad to know that media for the game has finally...

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Shovelware: A cause and effect

Wii owners certainly can't complain about the number of third-party games available for the console. As MTV's Stephen Totilo puts it, where there was once a game drought for Nintendo systems (specifically in the N64 and GameCube eras), there's now a flood. What Wii owners can complain about,...

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DDI racing games fall straight to the top of our want list

We don't normally cover individual reviews on Wii Fanboy unless we're, you know, writing them. But there aren't enough reviews online of either of these two games to Metareview either one, and we had to make a mention of IGN's reviews of Data Design Interactive's Mini Desktop Racing and Offroad...

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UK public hungry for cookie games

We're taking this story with a grain of salt and a tall glass of milk. According to a press release from Data Design Interactive, two of their four budget Wii titles "already sold out within 3 days of release." Which two games sold out was not specified, but the four released were Ninjabread Man,...

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