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  1. Oracle of Wisdumb - January Game Releases


    Well the holidays are certainly over and the trees put out to pasture. Gaming gets a new start, a re-do as if the last year meant nothing at all. Awards, recognition and fame mean nothing as it is 2011. Letís see what the gaming gods have in store for us this January.



    Wii

    Lost In Shadow
    Get Fit With Mel B
    101-in-1 Sports Party Mix
    You Donít Know Jack

    Even though the Wii is a nice shade of snowy white ...

    Updated 10-01-11 at 08:08 by Nate Nickels

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  2. Review - Destroy All Humans: Big Willy Unleashed - Wii




    Crypto is back and this time enjoying and exclusive ride on the Nintendo Wii. Released in 2009 Destroy All Humans: Big Willy Unleashed is the 4th in the series. The game was developed first for the Nintendo Wii and then was to be ported to the PS2 however translation errors and other unknown problems occurred and the game was only released on the Wii. This is the first time that a Destroy All Humans ...
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  3. Gamer Gear: The gift of sight.



    What do you do if you have every gaming peripheral, device and game under the sun? What else can you possibly buy that could further affect your gaming experience and take it to the next level? Aside from a smell-o-vision TV not much else could dazzle you as much as a component cable can. This often over-looked item is the center of attention on this edition of Gamer Gear: The gift of sight.

    I still remember back when I first got my first component cable for ...
  4. A special note from GameGavel

    GameGavel.com is an amazing and unique destination for gamers. Every day we give gamers the chance to buy and sell some incredible and unique finds. But we've also become a source for industry news, cool podcasts and reviews. All of these things are only made possible by industry support, and the availability of stuff for us to report on.

    So how does that magical process happen? Well, it's generally handled by a lovely request process where GameGavel.com jumps through an endless series ...
  5. Team Meat Thinking about a retail Super Meat Boy release for the Wii


    Image courtesy of Team Meat

    It's seems like Team Meat is having some problems meeting Nintendo's regulations on WiiWare releases. The developers can't seem to compress Super Meat Boy enough to meet the 50mb max limit Nintendo has on WiiWare titles, without cutting stuff out, and they are hell bent on not doing that.

    So instead, Team Meat wants to know what you would think on a retail release. Team Meat asked "if we ...
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