New Game Get heads to the North Pole with Sam & Max

Sam & Max Season 2 Wii

This week’s big releases are on the Wii with new Japanese survival horror game Calling and the second collection of Sam & Max episodes. And it seems interesting that Final Fantasy II is being released today, no?

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Calling
Sam & Max – Beyond Time and Space
The Daring Game for Girls
Winter Blast: Snow and Ice Games
Let’s Play Ballerina
Let’s Play Garden

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The Daring Game for Girls
Dream Chronicles
Chocolatier
Foto Showdown [DSi only]
Let’s Play Ballerina

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Max & the Magic Marker
Publisher: Press Play
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Comic Mischief
Price: 1,000 Wii Pointsâ„¢
Description: One day Max gets a mysterious marker in the mail. Not knowing better, the first thing he draws is a wacky, purple monster. As soon as the marker leaves the paper, the monster comes to life and jumps off the paper and into another drawing. With the monster on the loose and messing with Max’s drawings, Max has no choice but to go after it. Armed with the magic marker, you must help Max track the monster through 15 inventive and challenging levels. You’ll need more than good will and quick reflexes to tackle the challenges ahead. Draw freely inside the game to help Max defeat enemies, overcome obstacles and solve puzzles. As you draw stairs, seesaws, balloons, surfboards and whatever else you can think of, your creations will interact with the physical environment, making every session unique.

Dracula – Undead Awakening
Publisher: Chillingo
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: T (Teen) – Fantasy Violence
Price: 1,000 Wii Points
Description: Are you a vampire hunter? Are you ready to battle legions of undead foes including zombies, ghouls and werewolves? You’ll need to wield an arsenal of powerful weaponry while using your skill and intelligence. Uncover devastating firepower – machine guns, buzz-saws, flamethrowers and more – and choose upgrades for them as well as unique new perks for your character as your enemies increase in number and ferocity. You’re a tough customer, but beware – Lord Dracula is always on the hunt, and you are his prey. Enemies in Dracula have one thing in common: Undead, lycanthrope or mutant, they’re all after your flesh.

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Elemental Masters
Publisher: lbxgames
Players: 1-2
ESRB Rating: T (Teen) – Animated Blood, Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes
Price: 800 Nintendo DSi Pointsâ„¢
Description: In this fantasy card game, stand your ground in a quest filled with magic and adventure, and experience a thrilling combination of strategy and role-playing. Choose your character, build up your army in your card deck and fight the mystical creatures of Elendior. With thoughtful use of your cards, you’ll obtain the monsters of your enemy and support your attacks by using arcane spells and the rules of dark magic. Dive into this captivating story in the quest mode or duel with your friends in multiplayer mode. More than 100 creatures in numerous maps are waiting for you.

4 TRAVELLERSâ„¢ – Play Spanish
Publisher: AGENIUS Interactive
Players: 1-4
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Price: 800 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Whether played alone or together with friends, 4 TRAVELLERS can teach you new words in Spanish. The game is suitable for both young and old, and no previous knowledge is necessary. The more you play, the more your Spanish vocabulary increases. You can also play and learn with the game’s unique learning mode. The game is perfect to bring on your trip, with more than 240 carefully selected words included specifically for this occasion.

Dracula – Undead Awakening
Publisher: Chillingo
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: T (Teen) – Fantasy Violence
Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Are you a vampire hunter? Are you ready to battle legions of undead foes including zombies, ghouls and werewolves? You’ll need to wield an arsenal of powerful weaponry while using your skill and intelligence. Uncover devastating firepower – machine guns, buzz-saws, flamethrowers and more – and choose upgrades for them as well as unique new perks for your character as your enemies increase in number and ferocity. You’re a tough customer, but beware – Lord Dracula is always on the hunt, and you are his prey. Enemies in Dracula have one thing in common: Undead, lycanthrope or mutant, they’re all after your flesh.

Flips: The Bubonic Builders
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: Not Rated
Price: 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Description: Flips Interactive Books are the fun new way for kids to read. The builders are in to replace the girls’ toilet block, but they’re more interested in cups of tea and instant noodle snacks than doing any work. James suspects foul play, but Alexander and Lenny are doubtful until a strange accident hammers the truth home. How will the three friends stop St. Sebastian’s from being reduced to rubble?

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FINAL FANTASY II
Original platform: Super NESâ„¢
Publisher: Square Enix
Players: 1
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) – Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes
Price: 800 Wii Points
Description: Follow the dark knight Cecil – Lord Captain of Baron’s elite force, the Red Wings – as he embarks on a fateful journey riddled with trials, betrayals, friendship, loss and self-discovery. Plagued with uncertainty over his monarch’s motives, can Cecil turn away from the path of darkness and destruction?

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OK Go
“Here It Goes Again”
“Do What You Want”
“Get Over It”

The Futureheads
“Decent Days & Nights” +
“Hounds of Love” +

The James Gang
“Walk Away” +

Neil Peart
“The Hockey Theme” + *

Shaimus
“All of This” + *
“Tie You Down” + *

The White Stripes
“Fell in Love with a Girl” +
“Seven Nation Army”
“You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told)” +

+ also on Lego Rock Band

7 Responses to New Game Get heads to the North Pole with Sam & Max

  1. Roddy says:

    Hey Infendo, we could use some reviews this week, like Max & the Magic Marker or Dracula?

  2. Andrew G. says:

    That Dracula game kinda came out of nowhere…weird. Max and the Magic Marker looks neat, though.

  3. Sean B. says:

    It’s actually rather a shame we get “Final Fantasy II” instead of a re-translated “Final Fantasy IV,” considering the presence of “Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.” I’m imagining confused newbies.

  4. cpl1701 says:

    Finally! I have been waiting on Max and The Magic Marker to come out for a long time.

  5. Paul says:

    If they could take the look of Final Fantasy II on the SNES and couple it with the translation and (harder) gameplay of FFIV on the DS, I’d be a happy man.

  6. WiiD says:

    Dracula undead awakening is cooler than castlevania rebirth. crazy.
    big up to chillingo

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