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Wii Launches in Korea April 26, 2008 — According to IGN’s John Tanaka, Wii will be launching in Korea April 26, 2008 for 220,000 won ($224). While Wii will launch with eight titles in Korea, neither Wii Sports nor Wii Play will be included with the system. Six third party titles will be available at launch, followed by Guitar Hero III in May.More… (Gaming Industry News)

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Wii and DS to see record sales of 700,000 in March NPD!! — The Wii should really dominate March, according to Pachter, with 700K units sold. The wildly popular DS is also predicted to sell 700K. Meanwhile, Sony's PS3 is expected to sell 365K units for the period, beating out the Xbox 360's 310K, according to Pachter...More… (Gaming Industry News)

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Mario Kart Wii records Nintendo highest debut EVER in the UK — Nintendo overtakes Sony’s ‘Gran Turismo 5: Prologue’ at the top of the All Formats Chart as ‘Mario Kart Wii’ records the 8th biggest launch week ever in the UK. ‘Mario Kart Wii’ is far and away the biggest launch of any Nintendo published title. It’s also bigger than the launch weeks of all 5 other Mario Wii games combined!!More… (Nintendo)

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Can Monster Hunter be Capcom's most successful game ever? — I think many people, myself included, thought Capcom’s best days were behind them. Always a heavily Japanese-focused company, many of their big franchises had started to fade and they needed something big to bring them back to the top.More… (Gaming Industry News)

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Mario Kart Wii sells half a million in one week in Japan! — Mario Kart Wii debuted in the top slot this week, knocking Monster Hunter Portable 2G for PSP out of the top spot for the first time since its debut in late March. Despite an amazing second week, Monster Hunter Portable 2G dropped sharply this week – to 252,000 units, while Mario Kart Wii debuted at 497,000 units.More… (Gaming Industry News)

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