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Red Steel Latest News - Wii

Game Description:The first-ever first-person action game built for the Wii sends you halfway around the world in a gritty tale of rescue and revenge. Your fiancee has been kidnapped and her father murdered. But he wasn't just any dad. He was a Japanese mafia kingpin. Travel from Los Angeles to Japan to take on the Tokyo underworld and save your fiancee. Become a modern-day samurai as you master Japanese-style combat. Cultivate respect by dispatching your enemies or gain their loyalty by letting them live. The game's been built from scratch for the Wii, so it takes full advantage of the system's motion-based controls. In other words, hope you're ready to master swordplay.
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  • Rumor: Red Steel 3 To Use Nintendo Vitality Sensor?

    Given the poor commercial reception of Ubisoft’s sword shooter Red Steel 2, it seems a bit unlikely that Ubisoft would reveal plans for a third game, but if you feel like picking up a handful of salt and reading on, then by all means. The French Official Nintendo Magazine apparently included a blurb recently that not only suggested Red...

    Posted April 28, 2010

    Rumor: Red Steel 3 To Use Nintendo Vitality Sensor?
  • Ubisoft Confident In MotionPlus Because Of 'Wii Sports Resort'

    Publishers are moving behind Nintendo's latest Wii accessory, MotionPlus, in a big way. Ubisoft, a Wii supporter from day one, is throwing weight behind MotionPlus before it's on store shelves. Red Steel 2, the sequel to their sword-focused launch title, is being designed around MotionPlus. Why are they so confident? Easy answer, says Ubisoft...

    Posted May 7, 2009| 18 Comments

    Ubisoft Confident In MotionPlus Because Of 'Wii Sports Resort'
  • 'Red Steel 2' In 2009?

    Rumor on the internet: Red Steel 2 could be out in 2009. Wii launch title Red Steel wasn't the greatest game ever--wonky controls, blocky graphics, etc.--but it had so much potential. Sword fighting + Wii = awesome idea, but the relatively clunky Wii-mote just can't capture the subtly necessariy for actual swordplay. Enter the WiiMotionPlus, a...

    Posted September 4, 2008| 5 Comments

    'Red Steel 2' In 2009?
  • Wii Motion Plus to be Used in New 'Red Steel'

    Ubisoft's Alain Corre told gamesindustry.biz recently that Red Steel 2 will definitely utilize the improved sensitivity of the Wii Motion Plus to enhance sabre strikes in the game among other things. He also said: "The Red Steel brand is strong — I think we released it on year one, and that people understood that it was a first try...

    Posted July 28, 2008| 12 Comments

    Wii Motion Plus to be Used in New 'Red Steel'
  • Red Steel 2 Jason Vandenberghe Tokyo Game Show 09 Interview

    Posted: October 5, 2009

    2,988 Views | 08:23

  • Wii: Red Steel Review

    Posted: November 27, 2006

    1,873 Views | 03:39 | 1 Comment

 


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