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Nintendo DS

Prof. Kawashima's Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? (Nintendo) - Q2

Game Fortune Bag (Nintendo) (tentative title) Q2

Megaman Battle Network 5 Double Team DS (Capcom/Nintendo) - 13 April

Top Spin 2 (2K Sports) - 7 April

Electroplankton (Nintendo) - 21 April

Tetris DS (Nintendo) - 21 April

Tamagotchi (Bandai / ATARI) (Exclusive) - 21 Apr

Pokémon Link! - 28 April

Trauma Centre: Under the Knife (Nintendo) - 28 April

Mini R/C Racing (Game Factory/K.E. Media) - April

Harvest Moon DS (Marvelous/Rising Star Games/Nintendo) - Spring

Beetle King (D3DB) - 1 May

Gugu Gugu Naget (Digital Bros) - 1 May

Metroid Prime Hunters (Nintendo) - 5 May

Super Princess Peach (Nintendo) (tentative title) - 26 May

Cameltry (Digital Bros) - 30 May

Miss Spider (Game Factory/K.E. Media) - May

Metroid Prime Pinball (Nintendo) - June

Puzzloop (Nintendo) (tentative title) - June

Brick'em all DS (D3DB) - 30 June

Dragon Booster (Konami) - Q2

New SUPER MARIO BROS. (Nintendo) - TBC

Big Brain Academy (Nintendo) - TBC

Nintendo GameCube

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (Marvelous/Rising Star Games/Nintendo) - Spring

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Disney/Buena Vista Games) - April

ChibiRobo! (tentative title) - 26 May

Super Monkey Ball Adventure (SEGA) - 2 June

Game Boy Advance

Polarium Advance - 7 April

Top Spin 2 (2K Sports) - 7 April

Disney`s The Wild (Disney/Buena Vista Games) - April/June

Garfield and His Nine Lives (Game Factory/KE Media) - April

Drill Dozer (Nintendo) (tentative title) - 26 May

Babar 2D - working title (Game Factory/KE Media) - May

Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo) - 2 June

Wario Ware Twisted! (Nintendo) - TBC

First Quarter Release Dates:

Nintendo DS

SEGA Casino (Sega) - 13 January

Mario & Luigi : Partners in Time (Nintendo) - 10 February

World Poker Tour (2K Sports) - January

Bust A Move DS (Digital Bros) - 1 February

Nanostray (Majesco/THQ) - 3 February

Dragonball Z Supersonic Warriors 2 (Bandai/ATARI) - 10 February

The Rub Rabbits (SEGA) - 10 February

Frogger - Helmet Chaos (Konami) - 17 February

Spongebob Squarepants and Friends: Unite (THQ) - 17 February

Sea World Adventure Parks: Shamu's Deep Sea Adventures (Activision) - 24 February

Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble (Capcom/Nintendo) - 24 February

Whac-A-Mole (ZOO Digital) - 24 February

Rainbow Island Revolution (Marvelous/Rising Star/ATARI) - February

Disney's Kim Possible Kimmunicator - February

Tak 3: The Great Juju Challenge (THQ) - March

WWE (THQ) - March

FIFA Street 2 (EA) - 3rd March

PacMan World 3 (Namco/EA) - 17 March

Finding Nemo (THQ) - 17th March

Worms (THQ) - 17th March

Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo) - 31st March

Resident Evil Deadly Silence (Capcom/Nintendo) - 31 March

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Capcom/Nintendo) - 31 March

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown Video Game (Vivendi) - 31 March

Nintendo GameCube

Mario Party 7 (Nintendo) 10 February

PAC-MAN World 3 (Namco/EA) - 17 February

Spongebob Squarepants and Friends: Unite (THQ) - 17th February

Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection (Namco/EA) - 24 February FIFA Street 2 (EA) - 3rd March

Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble (Capcom/Nintendo) - 10 March

Sonic Riders (SEGA) - 17th March

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown Video Game (Vivendi) - 24 March

Odama (Nintendo) - 31st March

Tak 3: The Great Juju Challenge (THQ) - March

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent - March

Game Boy Advance

Kong: King of Atlantis (Majesco/THQ) - 20 January

Big Mutha Truckers (ZOO Digital) - 27 January

Ford Racing 3 (ZOO Digital) - 27 January

Disney's Kim Possible Drakken's Demise - February

Alien Hominid (ZOO Digital) - 3 February

Chicken Shoot 2 (ZOO Digital) - 3 February

Power Rangers Space Force Delta (THQ) (Exclusive) - 3 February

Scrabble Scramble (ZOO Digital) - 3 February

Dora The Explorer (Game Factory/K.E. Media) - 10 February

Spongebob Squarepants and Friends: Unite (THQ) - 17 February

Shaman King: Master of Spirits 2 (Konami) - 17 February

Sea World Adventure Parks: Shamu's Deep Sea Adventures (Activision) - 24 February

Whac-A-Mole (ZOO Digital) - 24 February

TROLLS: HAIR AFFAIR (Ubisoft) - February/March

Tak 3: The Great Juju Challenge (THQ) - March

Namco Museum 50th Anniversary Arcade Collection (Namco/EA) - 10 March

Postman Pat (Game Factory/K.E. Media) - 17 March

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown Video Game (Vivendi) - 24 March

Street Racing Syndicate (ZOO Digital) - 24 March

Brick'em all (D3DB) - 30 March

Funny Cards (D3DB) - 30 March

Ty 3: Night of the Quinkan (ZOO Digital) - 31 March

Tales of Phantasia (Nintendo) - 31 March

Good to see Tales of Phantasia getting a release so soon after its US release and Phoenix Wright is down for March for anyone who missed the US release.

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ChibiRobo! (tentative title) - 26 May

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Seems really weird that the Brain Training games are coming out so quickly considering how long it has taken some other games to arrive (Trauma Center, Phoenix Wright etc).

Not surprised at teh lack of a Zelda: TP release date though, its not out in Japan yet, so giving a tentative release date for Europe would be pushing it a little.

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Seems really weird that the Brain Training games are coming out so quickly considering how long it has taken some other games to arrive (Trauma Center, Phoenix Wright etc).

Not really. There's only a fixed amount of resources to spend localising games. Do you go for the one which is likely to sell huge amounts and make you loads of money, or do you go for the quirky game that might not sell much? I think the latter might be put off a bit.

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Being a UK citizen living in DS-crazy Japan, this UK DS situation is truly infuriating to watch. Localisation is a problem to work with and overcome, not an excuse to hide behind.

They should have been streaming these games out since last October, not bundling them all together around Eastertime. A steady flow is much more impressive and appealing than a couple of weeks where it's impossible to buy all the good games, and no-one sells as many as they could have done alone.

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