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July 08th - 2005

Third Yu-Gi-Oh! world championship final in August

Konami has been hosting regional heats of the Yu-Gi-Oh! world champs as players fight for a place in the 2005 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament final! Game Boy Advance-owning Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists from all over the globe will converge in Tokyo in August, as Konami's hunt for the greatest Yu-Gi-Oh! player heats up. FullStory

New Product for Yu-Gi-Oh!

There’s more Yu-Gi-Oh! on the horizon this year. The top grossing series will be marked by an additional new series, toy line, video games and trading cards to expand the popular brand.

This fall, 4Kids Entertainment launches the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, a Yu-Gi-Oh! series, which will take place one generation in the future.

More than 40 licenses, from apparel to accessories to food are also included in the new product line. A new Duel Disk for card dueling, collectible figures, role-playing toys are what Mattel, El Segundo, Calif. has to offer this year.

All-new boosters for trading card game (TCG) will be released for millions of card duelists. The world’s best trading card players will also compete in tournaments around the globe—retail tournaments are also scheduled this year. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX monsters will also be added to the Trading Card Game (TCG) this summer. FullStory

Konami Announces U.S. King of Games

Five Talented Duelists Advance to the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2005 Tournament in Tokyo , Japan

REDWOOD CITY , Calif. - June 24, 2005 - Konami Digital Entertainment America, a division of Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. , today announced the winners of the Yu-Gi-Oh! U.S. Championship Finals Video Game Tournament. Fifteen of the nation's best Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists went head to head in the competition. FullStory

Wizards of the Coast Selects Proteus to Bring Magic: The Gathering Content to the Mobile Market

Proteus, Inc., the leading developer and publisher of mobile entertainment content, today announced a relationship with Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS), who has selected Proteus to develop the mobile strategy and distribution for one of their most popular games: Magic: The Gathering(R).

Created by award-winning game designer Richard Garfield, Magic: The Gathering(R) has an active fan base of six million players in 70 countries, with more than 100,000 official tournaments held annually. Proteus and Wizards of the Coast have already begun providing personalized text messaging alerts to players, including real-time tournament rankings and scheduling information. In the coming months, Proteus will also unveil a mobile content storefront for Magic: the Gathering(R), allowing fans to download ringtones, graphics, and other products based on the world and fan-favorite artwork of Magic: the Gathering(R) to mobile phones. FullStory

'Fantastic 4' stretches into stores

Comic book aficionados who can't wait for the theatrical release of 20th Century Fox's "Fantastic 4" can head to their local game retailer for a digital fix.

Activision on Tuesday announced that the multiplatform action game based on the film has shipped to North American retailers. The movie-based action game is available on the Xbox, PS2, GameCube, PC and GameBoy Advance. FullStory

UK games chart: Medal of Honor assaults number one

Medal of Honor: European Assault has battled its way to the top of this weeks ELSPA UK games chart. EA's multi-console-format first person shooter reaches the top after two weeks in the charts.

In a busy week there are also six new entries: Battlefield 2 (EA's war game for the PC), Destroy All Humans! (THQ's action game for the PS2 and Xbox), Tekken 5 (Namco's beat 'em up for the PS2), Conker: Live And Reloaded (Microsoft's adventure game for the Xbox), Dynasty Warriors 5 (Koei's strategy adventure for the PS2 and Xbox) and Mx Vs ATV Unleashed (quad bike-like racing from THQ, again for the PS2 and Xbox). FullStory

Over a hundred Pokemon players took their cards to the gym for a workout on Saturday for the first ever Pokemon Gym Challenge in The Woodlands area.

Approximately 151 players registered and competed at Saturday's event, which was held at the Shenandoah Municipal Complex, making it the largest attended Gym Challenge in the nation. FullStory

Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire(GBA) FAQ/Walkthrough
By strawhat


Boy attacked and robbed of Pokemon Cards

The three boys, aged about 12 or 13, knocked the nine-year-old to the ground and stamped on his face before robbing him of his beige coloured jacket and Pokemon cards.

One of the assailants was wearing wearing a white polo shirt with the letter R on the chest.

Ummmm, has anyone bothered to question.... TEAM ROCKET!?!?


Vending Self-Service Kiosk Machine for Gameboy Pokemon

In Japan you can now take your re-writable GBA movie card to a vending machine kiosk to get new episodes of Pokemon.

A Japanese company, AM3, has developed a new vending machine kiosk that lets users download movies to their Game Boy Advance. Using their technology, which seems similar to Nintendo's Play-Yan device, consumers have been able to buy anime episodes on SmartMedia cards and play them on their GBAs via a special adaptor. FullStory

Pokémon Gale Of Darkness Video Trailer

Nintendo of Japan have revealed a new trailer for the upcoming Pokémon RPG for Cube. Click inside to download!

The new trailer features tons of action from the new Gamecube Pokémon title, which looks set to feature lots of places, puzzles and Pokémon battling! The trailer ends with a glimpse at Dark Lugia - the game's antagonist. FullStory

Full Revolution controller details finally revealed?
Patent office registration of old technology sparks speculation

At first glance the patent document's complicated technical jargon describes gyroscopic tilt technology and an LCD screen - features commonly mooted for Nintendo's top-secret new Revolution controller. However closer inspection reveals that the listing is actually dates from 2003. FullStory

Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors sequel DS-bound

According to the latest issue of Shonen Jump, Bandai is currently making a sequel to Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Tougeki (Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors). While Bukuu Tougeki was released on the Game Boy Advance, the sequel, titled Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Ressen, will be hitting the DS. The game is in development for a fourth quarter 2005 ship date in Japan. FullStory

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