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Mystery Dungeon sequels announced for Europe

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Summer release for Chunsoft's second Pokemon outing
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  • Thursday, April 24, 2008

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After no release list announced for Quarter 1's releases, Nintendo Europe announced their Quarter 2 releases in more typical form, confirming a selection of Wii and DS games for release in the territory through to October. Among the games announced and dated are the Chunsoft developed Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Time and Darkness Explorers games, sequels to the 2006 (2005 in Japan) Mystery Dungeon Red and Blue Rescue Teams games, which enjoyed a successful reception in Europe as a major Christmas release that year. The new games will be available in Europe from the 4th July, 2 months after their American release (matching the time frame between releases for the original games).

Also announced was the long awaited date for Super Smash Brothers Brawl, releasing in Europe on the 27th June - 4 full months after the American release. The game features two new Pokémon related characters as well as two returning ones in playable roles while many more feature as Pokeball items or Trophies.

The WiiWare service, set to include the upcoming Pokémon Ranch will be launched on the 20th May, while Everybody's Nintendo Channel - a service that allows you to watch previews of upcoming Nintendo games and download DS Demos through your Wii - will launch ten days later on the 30th May.

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