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The Nintendo Wii lives on thanks to Namco Bandai


8:00 AM on 12.29.2012
The Nintendo Wii lives on thanks to Namco Bandai photo



Things have been pretty dire for Wii owners for a good long while now. And now that Nintendo has the Wii U to worry about, things aren't likely to ever improve on that front. In fact, the platform holder doesn't currently have anything in the works for their now last-generation console.

Namco Bandai sure does though. According to Famitsu, the Japanese publisher is planning to release a new game for the Wii next year. Based on the popular anime series of the same name, Pretty Cure All-Stars: All Together Let's Dance allows players dance along to the theme songs from the films and is set to release for the system on March 28, 2013 in Japan. 

An import-only anime dancing title probably isn't what you're looking for in a new Wii title, but chances are there are still plenty of wonderful games out there for you to catch up on. I guess it's just nice knowing that the venerable machine isn't totally dead just yet.






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