Nightly News Roundup: 2010.11.23

Fluidity gets a release date and price, Activision and Coca-Cola bring some free DLC to DJ Hero 2, and Nintendo set to return to CES.

By Robert Thompson. Posted 11/23/2010 20:30 1 Comment     ShareThis

Nightly News Roundup

Nintendo’s Fluidity to hit WiiWare December 6

Nintendo announced that Fluidtiy will hit WiiWare just a few short weeks from now on December 6 for 1200 Wii Points. Using the Wii Remote, players move pools of water throughout various challenges in the illustrated encyclopedia Aquaticus. Throughout the course of the title, players can unlock various powers, such as the ability to boil the water into steam or freeze it solid.

Check out the video below detailing how to play Fluidity before you snag it for yourself.

Source: Press Release


Free DLC for DJ Hero 2

For Americans, Thanksgiving is this Thursday, and Activision and Coca-Cola are giving DJ Hero 2 fans something to be thankful about. Starting today and for one week only, gamers can get a free Tiesto track pack for DJ Hero 2.
The Tiesto track pack includes remixes of “Traffic” Mixed With “Louder Than Boom”, “Feel It In My Bones” featuring Tegan and Sara, and “Knock You Out” featuring Emily Haines Mixed With “Young Lions.” Codes can be obtained from www.mycokerewards.com. After the week has passed, the tracks and track packs will be made available as per standard pricing.

Source: Press release


Nintendo Returns to CES

Nintendo is set to return to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this upcoming January after a 16-year absence. When they last appeared, tthey showed off “Project Reality,” which eventually became the Nintendo 64, back in 1994. While there is no official word as to what will be exhibited at the show, it’s a pretty safe bet that it’s a handheld that some of you may have heard of that happens to feature a 3D display.

Source: Joystiq

One Response to “Nightly News Roundup: 2010.11.23”

  • 690 points
    Matthew Tidman says...

    Looks like Nintendo is not going to be “exhibiting” at CES. The press release apparently was incorrect and while Nintendo will have meeting space at the event it will not be an exhibitor.

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