Activision doubles Nintendo support

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Fiscal year 08 to see Activision ramp up game releases for Wii and DS

In response to the commercial success of Wii and DS, Activision, the company which had the most Wii titles available at launch, will double its support for Nintendo consoles.... read more

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Activision doubles Nintendo support

Postby Thaxus » 08 Feb 2007, 13:43

Along with announcing that the currently Wii-exclusive Tony Hawks Downhill Jam will be ported to Wii

Eeeeeerm, what's the use in that? It's already out on the Wii?
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Postby Knight » 08 Feb 2007, 15:15

I had to re-read that a few times too. Obviously the writer and editors didn't...
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Postby chris_gower » 08 Feb 2007, 15:36

Yea, it seems to me that that will be a fairly simple port...
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Postby mrlister » 08 Feb 2007, 17:14

Wow! I can't believe Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam is finally coming to Wii! Yay!
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Postby Mark19sw » 08 Feb 2007, 18:43

At last - a job for me in games designing. But what next? Maybe I'll port Gears of War to the XBox 360. Or I could port Killzone onto the PS2 - no one would expect that one.
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Postby Thaxus » 09 Feb 2007, 10:58

Too bad Mike Jackson obviously doesn't read the forum, he still hasn't corrected it :(
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Postby varsas78 » 05 Jun 2007, 12:27

What were the other games from Activision?
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