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According to comments made to Edge by EA Montreal general manager Alain Tascan, you can expect more big action titles like Army of Two: The 40th Day from the studio. While previous Wii games, including Skate It, Boogie Superstar and the recently released Need for Speed: Nitro, have enjoyed acceptab...

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If you've been digging the Strong Bad episodes, then you're definitely going to want to check out Sam and Max: Season One. While the episodes have been available on the PC for quite some time, us Wii owners are finally getting them in the form of this convenient package. All of the episodes in one...

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We're totally serious, gals, and it's being made just for you. Aren't you happy? Wait, you didn't play the first game? That's probably a good thing! We're surprised such a decision has been made for another Boogie game, which is titled Boogie SuperStar, considering how horribly the game sold on bo...

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Electronic Arts has slipped on a pair of bootie shorts and shaked its groove thang all the way back to the well, announcing Boogie SuperStar exclusively for the Wii. A follow up to last year's family-friendly rhythm game, Boogie, the game is the latest to be counted among EA's casual brand, and is...

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For a while, we've been hearing that EA planned to support the Balance Board in the sequel to their rhythm game Boogie. According to Cubed3, NGamer magazine is reporting that this functionality has been confirmed for Boogie Superstar, possibly to add difficulty for toddlers. What is interesting is t...

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EB Games' site has a rather interesting listing up. It's for Boogie Superstar, which we can only assume is a sequel for EA's Boogie game (you think, Wii Fanboy?). Uh, did Boogie do well enough to justify a sequel? Also, will this supposed new sequel utilize the Balance Board, as rumored? Despite s...

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It could, if you're optimistic enough! This "premium" (read: $50) Rock Band microphone peripheral's packaging says that it works on the Xbox 360, the Wii, and the PlayStation 3. Of course, there is currently no version of Rock Band for the Wii, nor has there been an announcement. Score Hero forum ...

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Boogie may have snared mixed reviews, but that apparently isn't keeping EA from considering a follow-up to the music title. Word is that not only might we see a sequel to the karaoke/dance game, but it may employ the balance board as a dance mat. The first Boogie came packaged with a microphone, but...

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Considering the big release this week is Master of Illusion, we figured there would be no better anthem to herald the beginning of the magic act than Europe's "Final Countdown." Gob taught us many things, but most importantly he taught us the best magic is done to Europe's masterpiece. So, will you...

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Finally, gamers in the U.S. get a break from the deluge of releases. Draw a breath and hoard your pennies, DS fans ... there's more to come soon, and this lull won't last long. This might also be a good time to catch up on some of the games you've got lying around. Unless, of course, you're going to...

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You know, it's been quite some time since we've seen or heard anything on Boogie for the DS. While the game might have flopped on the Wii, we're hopeful it can provide us with so much more on the DS. Looks like we'll find out soon enough, as the title releases later on this month. Check past the br...

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Joystiq spent some time with EA's handheld-ized version of Boogie, and found that it's still directly targeted at casual gamers, and that rhythm gamers spoiled on the difficulty of Elite Beat Agents may not be interested. While Zack Stern found the dragging motions more natural as simulated dance m...

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The dancing-puppet game, Boogie, launches on the DS this "holiday" season. The portable version of the title has more game in it (read: objectives and losing conditions). But after briefly playing, it still seems aimed close at the casual market Boogie (Wii) courted; rhythm fans might want to pass. ...

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We puzzled out the basic mechanics of the DS edition of Boogie by watching a gameplay video, and we'd heard about the 3D-glasses gimmick (worked for The 3-D Battles of WorldRunner, right?) along with the first confirmation we received of the game. But there's plenty to Boogie DS that we didn't know,...

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When we first heard about Boogie grooving its way to the DS, the expectations were not particularly high. And as the video above demonstrates, the little portable port meets these expectations quite nicely. Gone from the game is any hint of a karaoke portion (which might be a good thing, g...

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On the Wii, Boogie was half karaoke game, half waggle-dance game. Obviously the DS version doesn't allow you to wave your arms around to dance, which means that the game had to be adapted for the handheld format. Luckily for us, it's been adapted into what looks like a much more familiar rhythm gam...

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As hinted at in May, EA has announced that the all-singing, all-dancing Boogie will be released on the PlayStation 2 (fake box art above) and DS this holiday season. When it debuted on the Wii in August, Boogie's musical sing-and-swing gameplay left some critics gyrating in pleasure and others con...

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EA's game might have received some bad reviews, but that's not stopping them from trying to milk as much money from it as they can. So, what do you do when your console game is so broken a baby can beat it? Move it into the handheld gaming space, of course! The title will feature several different g...

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Boogie producer Jean-Charles Gaudechon is not entirely pleased with the critical reception to his game. One review in particular upset him, and with good reason-- 1UP basically assassinated his game. Gaudechon mostly defended the controls in his statement to MTV's Gamefile. "Difficultly should come ...

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