On this Day November 8 Nintendo Did this

On this Day November 8 Nintendo Did this

On this Day Nintendo did this

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  • On this Day November 8, 2009 – Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage was released for the Nintendo Wii in North America. However, this also released in Australia and Europe on November 12, 2009 and November 13, 2009 respectively.

Publisher: Ubisoft

Genre: Sports

Description: Snowboarding sports video game.


  • On this Day November 8, 2006 – Bomberman Land Touch! was released for the Nintendo DS in North America. However, this also released in Japan, Canada, Europe and Australia on July 20, 2006, November 15, 2006, February 23, 2007 and March 29, 2007 respectively.

Publisher: Hudson Soft, Atlus, Rising Star Games & Red Ant Enterprises

Genre: Puzzle/Party

Description: In the Story mode, the player takes the role of Cheerful White, who is invited by his friend Giant Gold, along with his other pals – Cute Pink, Cool Black, Bookworm Green and Kid Blue – to the Bomber Pirate Island. The Story mode itself revolves around a multi-themed theme-park, with caves, aquariums, and mountains that divide the five zones present in the game, and the constant theme for Cheerful White being to become the “Pirate King” of Bomber Pirate Island.


  • On this Day November 8, 2005 – Gun was released for the Nintendo Game Cube in North America. However, this also released in Europe on November 25, 2005.

Publisher: Activision

Genre: Action-adventure

Description: Gun features an open world action role-playing game environment, including side-missions that add to the story. Players control the protagonist, Colton White, from a third-person perspective. Side-missions improve the player stats. Players can purchase upgrades using money obtained from these optional activities and by mining gold veins.


  • On this Day November 8, 2005 – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire was released for the Nintendo Game Cube, Nintendo DS and Nintendo Game Boy Advance in North America. However, this also released in Europe on November 11, 2005.

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Genre: Action-adventure

Description: The game follows the events and characters of novel, and film, with the player controlling Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley. The game uses an improved version of the group casting mechanic found in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Improved graphics mean the characters themselves more closely resemble their film counterparts than in previous games. Gameplay in the Goblet of Fire is much more action-orientated, which is a change from the puzzle and adventure elements found in previous games of the series.


  • On this Day November 8, 2005 –Shamu’s Deep Sea Adventures was released for the Nintendo Game Cube, Nintendo DS and Nintendo Game Boy Advance in North America. However, this also released in Europe on March 16, 2006 and March 17, 2006.

Publisher: Activision

Genre: Action

Description: In the game, Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, tries to destroy the SeaWorld theme park and replace it with Atlantis. The player controls Shamu, the titular protagonist, who attempts to defeat Poseidon and the Kraken. Shamu collects power ups and performs various feats over 20 levels and 8 environments.


  • On this Day November 8, 2005 – Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble! was released for the Nintendo DS in North America. However, this also released in Japan, Europe and Australia on November 2, 2005, February 24, 2006 and March 10, 2006 respectively.

Publisher: Capcom

Genre: Action, platform, beat ’em up

Description: Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble! looks and plays similarly to its console counterparts Viewtiful Joe and Viewtiful Joe 2. The game is presented with 3D graphics set on a 2D plane and has both platforming and side-scrolling beat ’em up elements. Both screens on the DS feature the same gameplay with the top screen showing a magnified view of the player character Joe. The player controls Joe throughout a series of stages, or “episodes”, which are divided into subsections with set goals such as defeating a group of enemies or reaching a checkpoint. Unlike other games in the series, Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble! takes place primarily in the game’s depiction of the real world instead of its fictional world of movies. The story is set in Movieland, an action film-styled theme park. The game opens on the set of a film starring movie hero and director Captain Blue and an aspiring actress named Jasmine.


  • On this Day November 8, 2005 – Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble was released for the Nintendo Game Cube in North America. However, this also released in Japan, Europe and Australia on September 29, 2005 and February 24, 2006 and March 10, 2006 respectively.

Publisher: Capcom

Genre: Fighting, beat ’em up

Description: In this game, based on the anime series, Captain Blue is working on his latest film, and in order to determine who will get the lead role, he holds a battle tournament between those who are auditioning. However, as the player progresses through the films, it seems that some strange things are afoot, as unauthorized equipment keep showing up and things seem a bit too dangerous.


  • On this Day November 8, 2004 – Mario Power Tennis was released for the Nintendo Game Cube in North America. However, this also released in Japan and the PAL regions on October 28, 2004 and February 25, 2005 respectively. This later released on the Nintendo Wii.

Publisher: Nintendo

Genre: Sports

Description: Mario Power Tennis includes variations of tennis matches consisting of characters, courts, and scenarios based on the Mario series. The range of courts includes the standard three types of tennis court, but consists predominantly of those themed upon games in the Mario series, known as “Gimmick” courts. As well as adopting the style aesthetically, these feature thematic elements that influence how the match will be played on that surface, such as the ghosts in the Luigi’s Mansion court, which hinder movement when the character comes into physical contact with them.


  • On this Day November 8, 2002 – Rugrats: I Gotta Go Party was released for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance in North America. However, this also released in Europe on December 6, 2002.

Publisher: THQ

Genre: Action-adventure, party game

Description: The game’s storyline centers on Tommy Pickles playing a game of hide and seek with his brother, Dil, his frenemy, Angelica Pickles, and his friends, Chuckie Finster, Phil and Lil DeVille, and Kimi Finster.


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