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Nintendo gears up for spring and summer

Jason Ellis

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Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time to get your game on.

There are plenty of games out there to sate your gaming appetite. But I, as every gamer out there, want to know what is new games are on the horizon.

Nintendo is getting a jump on the competition by announcing games that should be out by the summer for the GameCube and Game Boy Advance. Pushing each systems libraries to 225 (Cube) and more than 350 (GBA) games.

The most promising looking game is the next installment of an old school favorite, The Legend of Zelda. The title of this installment is The Wind Waker.

There will also be more e-Reader cards being released. And being released for the GameCube is the GameCube Game Boy Player.

The player will allow you to play your GBA e-Reader with your GBA on your GameCube. More details will follow when they are released.

Below are list for these upcoming releases for the GameCube and the GBA and their publisher.

Game Boy Advance

All Star Baseball–Acclaim

X2: Wolverine’s Revenge–Activision

Wakebaording Unleashed–Activision

Lufia: Ruins of Lore–Atlus USA

Mega Man and Bass–Capcom

James Bond 007: Night Fire–Electronic Arts

Dragonball Z: Legacy II Future Shock–Infogrames

Superman: Countdown to Apokolips

Woody Woodpecker Crazy Castle–Kemco

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow–Konami

YU-GI-0H! World Wide Edition Stairway to the Destined Soul–Konami

Iridion II–Majesco

Wings–Metro 3D

MLB Slugfest20-04–Midway

Dr. Muto–Midway

Medabots: Metabee–Natsume

Medabots: Rokusho–Natsume

Tom ‘ Jerry Infurnal Escape–NewKidCo

Little League Baseball–NewKidCO

Sega Rally Championship–SEGA

The Muppets: On With the Show–TDK Mediactive

Ultimate Brain Games–Telegames

Radium–Telegames

Crazy Taxi: Catch a Ride–THQ

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Return of the Dark King–THQ

Find Nemo–THQ

Jet Grind Radio–THQ

The Simpson’s Road Rage–THQ

Space Channel 5: Ulala’s Groove–THQ

Sega Arcade Gallery–THQ

GT Advance 3–THQ

Bratz- UBI Soft

Rayman 3–UBI Soft

Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book–UBI Soft

Lost Vikings–Vivendi Universal

The Incredible Hulk–Vivendi Universal

Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced–Vivendi Universal

Brece Lee: Return of the Legend: Vivendi Universal

High Heat MLB 2004–3DO

Pokemon Ruby–Nintendo

Pokemon Sapphire–Nintendo

Golden Sun: The Lost Age–Nintendo

Hamtaro: Ham Ham Heartbreak–Nintendo

Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Microgame$– Nintendo

Advance Wars 2–Nintendo

Donkey Kong Country–Nintendo

GameCube

All Star Baseball 2004–Acclaim

ATV: Quad Power Racing–Acclaim

Vexx–Acclaim

X2: Wolverine’s Revenge–Activision

Lost Kingdoms 2–Activision

Resident Evil 2–Capcom

Resident Evil 3–Capcom

Hitman 2–Eidos Interactive

Def Jam Vendetta–Electronic Arts

The Sims–Electronic Arts

NBA Street Vol. 2–Electronic Arts

Dungeons ‘ Dragons: Heroes: Infogrames

Micro Machines–Infogrames

Transworld Surf–Infogrames

Enter the Martix–Infogrames

Backyard Baseball–Infogrames

Ikaruga–Infogrames

Superman: Shadow of Apokolips–Infogrames

Batman Dark Tomorrow–Kemco USA

Disney Sports: Basketball–Konami

Evolution Snowboarding–Konami

Black ‘ Bruised– Majesco

MLB Slugfest 20-04–Midway

Freaky Flyers–Midway

Freestyle Metal X–Midway

Skies of Arcadia–Sega

Conflict Desert Storm–Take Two Interactive

Shrek Super Party–TDK Mediactive

Battlebots–THQ

Summoner: A Goddess Reborn–THQ

Red Faction II–THQ

WWE Crush Hour–THQ

Bust A Move 3000–UBI Soft

Sum of All Fears–UBI Soft

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon–UBI Soft

The Hulk–Vivendi Universal

Mace Griffin Bounty Hunter–Vivendi Universal

Army Men: Air Combat The Elite Missions–3DO

Army Men: Sarge’s War–3DO

High Heat MLB 2004–3DO

Street Racing Syndicate–3DO

Army Men: RTS–3DO

Jacked–3DO

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker–Nintendo

Wario World–Nintendo

F-Zero–Nintendo

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