Games from Nintendo
Life Force (Wii)
Pilot the Vic Viper through six stages of intense action, alternating between horizontally and vertically scrolling environments, and take on wave after wave of enemies. Destroy particular enemies throughout the game (which takes place within the body of an enormous alien) to release power-up capsules and equip your ship with your choice of more powerful weapons, extra speed and shields. Utilize the power-ups carefully, though, as a fearsome guardian lurks at the end of each stage and won’t be easily defeated. You can go it alone or bring along a friend to take on the challenge simultaneously. Do you have what it takes to save your planet?
Light Crusader (Wii)
Each day, more good townspeople of Green Row have been mysteriously disappearing, and beleaguered King Weeden summons the knight Sir David to investigate. Armed with his wits and his sword, Sir David must find the cause of this strange evil and save the citizens of Green Row before things get any worse. Take the role of the brave knight in this action RPG and get to the bottom of the mysteries of Green Row as you fight enemies, solve puzzles and use your best combination of brains and brawn to save the kingdom.
Line Attack Heroes (Wii)
Line Attack Heroes is a fast-paced, melee action game that requires quick thinking and smart strategy. Players command a line of fierce warriors who launch an attack with a flick of the Wii Remote controller.
Link's Crossbow Training (Wii)
Link's Crossbow Training puts players through a series of increasingly difficult targeting tests. In some challenges, hero Link uses his trusty crossbow to hit bull's-eyes. In others he is greeted by an army of approaching enemies and navigates the terrain using the control stick on the Nunchuk. Up to four players can compete one at a time as they try to best one another's scores.
Lock'N Chase (3DS)
This classic arcade game invites you to play as a thief who?s trying to score big by collecting his weight in gold. Duck in and out of alleys while scooping up coins along the way. Maybe you?ll get lucky and find some extra treasure. But being on the wrong side of the law is never easy, as the police are hot on your tail. If you think they?re coming too close, try using a sliding door or power-up items to block their chase.
Lode Runner (Wii)
The player controls the hero, or “Runner,” who collects gold nuggets located around every stage, all the while avoiding capture by enemy robots. The action itself is simple, but the stages are designed as increasingly challenging puzzles, and none of the 50 stages is as easy as it seems. The Runner avoids enemies by digging holes in the floor to the right and left of his position—by doing this, he can clear a path to places that, at first glance, seem unreachable. Players must use their brains to collect all the gold nuggets in every puzzling stage if they want to escape to the next. In addition to normal play, this version of the game features an Edit Mode that allows players to design their own stages, adding a new level of enjoyment to the game.
Lola's Fruit Shop Sudoku (DS)
Lola Panda does it again - making it fun to develop logical thinking! Now kids can enjoy the fun and challenge of Sudoku in a form especially designed for them. Lola's Fruit Shop Sudoku game is playable even by 4-year old children, yet still challenging enough for 8-9-year-old kids. How is that possible?
Lords of Thunder (Wii)
Lords of Thunder is a side-scrolling shooter that has you take on the role of a legendary warrior, blasting enemies to heavy-metal tunes. Your enemies are plotting to revive Zaggart, “The Dark One,” who was sealed beneath the six continents of Mistral. It’s up to Landis, descendant of the heroic Dyu, to stop them. Choose the order in which to attack the six stages. Before each stage, select one of four magic armors and use crystals you’ve collected during your battles to buy items. Selecting the right armor for each stage is the key to your ultimate victory. Then get ready to face awesome enemies like a fire-spewing sea serpent or a giant insect. Whether it’s the fast-paced shooting or breaking into the fortress of a stage boss, you’ll be blown away by the intensity of Lords of Thunder.
The Lost Town - The Dust (DS)
In the year 2037, a small remote town in the South American Andes is cut off from the outside world by a mudslide. After a full week of heavy rain, a power outage causes a massive explosion at a biochemical military facility located on the outskirts of the town. A beautiful girl named Chilia with red hair and deep red eyes emerges from the darkness. Possessing incredible combat skills, you must use her abilities to find survivors before nightfall. Other objectives include setting traps, collecting items and using various weapons to defeat unknown creatures. The more you battle, the more skills you gain. The danger level increases at nighttime, so you will need the help of survivors in the camp to protect it for a course of seven days. While you wait for the rescue team to arrive, you must fight off vicious creatures that are starving for their next meal.
The Lost Town - The Jungle (DS)
In 1997, a meteorite landed within the Amazon jungle, consuming the land in darkness. The effects of the meteorite caused villagers, and animals to go insane. The villagers that resisted the affects of the meteorite have become prey for those under the influence of its darkness. A girl appears in the jungle named Chilia. Behind her beautiful exterior hides elite combat skills that will be used to help get rid of the Amazon of the mysterious meteorite. You're aware of your skills, but you also need to find food, ammunition, and other resources for survival. Sane villagers will provide rewarding quests in the daytime, but when the sun goes down, you will need to set traps around camp and recruit assistants to keep things safe.
LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias (Wii)
Enril the Wind Spirit returns to protect and guide young Toku by powering his jumps, aiding his glides and smashing his enemies. An evil adversary binds the fate of Toku’s mother, Magdi, and the ancient Melodia civilization. To save Magdi, Toku and Enril must face new foes, enlist friends old and new, and wield incredible new powers – including the ability to switch the very seasons themselves – as they explore the diverse, richly interactive Chilling Peaks and Melodia City areas of the magical land of Mistralis. This enchanting, exhilarating, explorative game play experience is bursting with new ideas that make exceptional use of the Wii Remote controller. The awesome power of the Wind is back in the palm of your hand.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (3DS)
Luigi is back on a mission to remove a bunch of stubborn ghosts from some spooky mansions. Armed with his trusty Poltergust ghost-sucking vacuum cleaner, Mario?s brother takes center stage to capture these pesky phantoms.
Mad Dog McCree (3DS)
When the ruthless outlaw Mad Dog McCree goes on a rampage with a nasty pack of wanted fugitives, they leave death in their wake. The only gunslinger who can stop them is you.
Maestro! Green Groove (DS)
Maestro! Green Groove gives players the power to create a symphony with the touch of the stylus. Set in the deep, dark tropical forests of the Green Groove World, players take control of Presto a colourful music loving bird. Using the DSi stylus players strum, run and tap to the rhythm of a Bollywood musical orchestra whose reinterpretation of classics such as Beethoven’s 5th Symphony, Chopin's Nocturne n°2 and Dvorak’s “New World Symphony” will drive you wild.
The Magic Obelisk (Wii)
The Magic Obelisk is an action-adventure game in which you become Popo, a light spirit. Your mission is to guide Lukus, a tree spirit, to each stage’s goal while moving only within the shadow. You can help him do this by shining your light near the mysterious magic obelisks, allowing you to create and connect shadows to solve tricks and gimmicks along the way. Join Lukus as he travels through a light-filled realm filled with quirky creatures and spirits, trying to find the perfect spot to become a tree. Experience meaningful encounters and partings, climb hills, cross rivers and traverse a vast desert on your way to the very edge of the world.
Magical Starsign (DS)
The students of Will O' Wisp magical academy have a little problem: Their teacher has mysteriously disappeared. After commandeering a handful of rockets to rescue her, they've wound up on a strange (and sometimes scary) adventure through outer space. Now players must rescue both their classmates AND their teacher – and just maybe the whole solar system while they're at it.
In Magnetica, marbles roll down a twisted path toward the goal and it's up to players to stop them by launching new marbles into the oncoming ones. The marbles will disappear if players match three or more in this massive marble elimination. All actions are controlled with the stylus in this title that satisfies even the strongest puzzle addiction.
Magnetica Twist (Wii)
The classic puzzle game Magnetica is now available on WiiWare , putting its own unique “twist” on the puzzle-game experience. You’re surrounded by marbles, marching slowly but surely down a track. Use a launcher (piloted by a Mii of your choice) to shoot marbles with matching colors and wipe them out before they reach the end of the track. Control couldn’t be simpler, as all you need to do is twist the Wii Remote™ controller to aim and press the A button to shoot. And the game play remains as addictive and deep as you’ve come to expect in Nintendo’s puzzle games, with five varied play modes, advanced mechanics such as the ability to lob marbles, and a never-ending supply of combos. This definitely isn’t your typical game of marbles.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (DS)
In his evil plot to take over the Mushroom Kingdom, Fawful tricks Bowser into eating a magic mushroom. The mushroom causes Bowser to begin inhaling everything around him, including Mario, Luigi and Princess Peach! Do the Mario Bros. have the guts to rescue Peach and escape?
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (3DS)
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team takes place inside the mind of a sleeping Luigi, who is a powerful, brave hero in his dreams.
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (DS)
When Princess Peach disappears into the past in Professor E. Gadd's time machine, Mario and Luigi travel back in time in hot pursuit, only to come face-to-face with baby versions of themselves, the princess and Bowser. Threatened by an evil race of aliens known only as the Shroobs, they must team up with their younger selves and travel back and forth through time to save the princess and her kingdom.
Mario Golf (3DS)
The stakes are high in the race to become the Grand Champion of golf. Four Club Champs stand in your way, and you'll have to defeat them all to get a shot at playing the most famous golfer in the land. Create up to three of your very own characters, and power them up as you play. To improve your game, pick up tips from the other golfers you meet. With four courses, 12 practice ranges, five play modes and a variety of mini games, having hours of fun is par for the course.
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (Game Boy Advance)
Take on the role of golf students Neil or Ella and enter a world of crazy golf courses and minigame challenges like Club Slots and Go-Go Gates. You'll have to work your hardest if you want to earn the right to challenge the golfing residents of the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GameCube)
The game will feature Mario, Luigi, Peach and Donkey Kong. No big surprises there, but you can probably expect some exciting secret characters to pop up as well.
Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS)
Mario Golf: World Tour includes both simple controls and a deeper experience for golf fans, plus courses that range from traditional to those inspired by the Mushroom Kingdom.
Mario Hoops 3-on-3 (DS)
Mario's always had some serious vertical. He puts that skill to use on the basketball court in Mario Hoops 3 on 3! Assemble a three-player team of your favorite Mario characters and hit the hardwood! As you'd expect from a Mario title, power-ups play a major role. Grab things like Bob-ombs and Red Shells on your way to the bucket. They'll impact how many points you put on the board!
Mario Kart 64 (Wii)
Put the pedal to the metal in this worthy successor to the Super NES classic, Super Mario Kart. Mario Kart 64 boasts great graphics, tons of unique power-ups and a stunning 3-D version of the legendary Battle Mode. With improved courses and a revolutionary head-to-head four-player mode, Mario Kart 64 is sure to win the heart of any race-driving fan. The game includes 20 different courses filled with dips, valleys, jumps, tunnels and bridges. Smooth, precise control -- a trademark of all games from Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto -- will bring players back time and time again for freewheeling fun.
Mario Kart 7 (3DS)
The newest installment of the fan-favorite Mario Kart franchise brings Mushroom Kingdom racing fun into glorious 3D. For the first time, drivers explore new competitive kart possibilities, such as soaring through the skies or plunging to the depths of the sea. New courses, strategic new abilities and customizable karts bring the racing excitement to new heights.
Mario Kart DS (DS)
Time to race...no wires attached. The acclaimed Mario Kart series has gone wireless, letting players race and battle with up to eight karts at once, regardless of whether everyone has a game card.
Mario Kart Wii (Wii)
Mario Kart Wii will include 16 new courses and 16 classic courses from previous Mario Kart games. For the first time ever, players have the option of racing with either karts or motorbikes. Players can also hit the road as their personalized Mii caricatures in addition to the handful of classic Nintendo characters found in the game. True to the series, the game features tons of racing, plenty of power-ups and oodles of objects for players to use to slow down other drivers. And 10 battle arenas will keep players busy between trips around the circuit.
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GameCube)
Players now can choose two characters per kart and use their special abilities and a slew of items to their strategic advantage. The wide range of options allows players to decide if they prefer the size, robust kart and giant banana peels of Donkey Kong or the classic fireballs and steady handling of Mario. No matter the choice, the outcome is pure chaos as eight characters dole out damage in a mad dash to the finish line.
Mario Party 4 (GameCube)
Includes 50 all-new mini-games and multiple fully rendered 3-D game boards.
Mario Party 5 (GameCube)
Mario and his closest friends are trying to restore peace to Dream World by racing around a collection of all-new game boards-and tons of surprises await! The new game sports new game boards, more than 60 new mini-games, new playable characters, an expanded one-player mode and, of course, the multi-player madness that made it famous in the first place.
Mario Party 6 (GameCube)
Mario Party animals rejoice - Mario Party 6 takes the crowd-pleasing series to the next level with more than 75 all-new mini-games, six fresh game boards and a Nintendo GameCube Mic.
Mario Party 7 (GameCube)
Each copy of Mario Party 7 also comes packed with the Nintendo GameCube Mic, which accepts voice commands to control the action in some of Mario Party 7's 80 new mini-games. And for the first time, up to eight players can compete at once in a family-friendly video game that plays like a virtual board game.