"Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals: Sing & Dance," the upcoming video game allowing fans of the Tony Award-winning composer to sing and dance through Webber’s classic tunes, will be released Sept. 14 for Nintendo Wii, according to published reports.

I mean, I would play this.

Nintendo will most likely make an announcement about its follow up to the Wii at E3 this June, with a soft announcement prior. The console is rumored to have HD capability and backwards compatibility with current Wii games. Other rumors include a new remote design with built in touch screen.

Rumored launch is late 2012.

Nintendo is, understandably, keeping the Mario 25th anniversary train rolling as the publisher announced today it will be releasing an enhanced and updated version of Super Mario All-Stars for the Wii this December. Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition includes four classic Mario titles (Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3), a Super Mario History soundtrack CD, which will be the first official release of Mario’s iconic “Ground Theme,” and a 32-page Super Mario History booklet filled with art, interviews, and the like. All of this Mario-loving goodness can be yours on December 12 for $29.99.

According to Silicon Era, the game is called And Kensaku, and includes a number of mini-games that incorporate Google search results into them. For instance, one of the games is similar to Family Feud in that players guess which search term will return the most results. Another game tasks players with preventing a bomb from exploding by choosing terms will high results. The game is scheduled for release in Japan April 29. While you wait for this bizarre title to land stateside, you can marvel at the teaser site for the new game, but be warned: the theme song is pretty damn awesome.

ZZZZZZzzzzz. Oh I’m sorry I fell asleep while reading a description for the most boring game ever. Search Engine Optimization! The GAME!

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I Wiish I could play Wiig instead of Wii

Who wouldn’t.

quoteskine:

I Wiish I could play Wiig instead of Wii

Who wouldn’t.

It’s great when things get competitive amongst the console manufacturers. Always brings the price down.

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