See 2006 for other events during the year.

March 23 2006 (Thursday)

  • Genesis and TurboGrafx to the Revolution
In a surprise announcement during Satoru Iwata's keynote speech at GDC 2006, it was announced that the Revolution would also play over 1000 Sega Genesis and TurboGrafx-16 games with it's virtual console. Whaaa? So in addition to all Nintendo games from the NES to N64, you can also play classics from other consoles. The sky is going to implode.
  • Zelda DS: It's Another Item Name
A new Zelda is coming other than Twilight Princess, this time in classic 2D top-down view for the Nintendo DS. It will feature Wind Waker 3D graphics, though. Best of all, this new game (Being titled The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass) is being developed by Nintendo, not the Minish-cappers over at Capcom's Flagship. It may even come out before the end of 2006.
  • The Winner Is...
In the Game Developers Choice Awards 2006, the overall winner was none other than your friendly neighborhood Shadow of the Colossus. It beat out the other high-scoring PlayStation 2 game, God of War for the top honor. Shadow of the Colossus also took away 3 other awards in character design, game design, and visual arts. Other winners included Nintendogs for innovation and technology, as well as Psychonauts for writing.

March 14 2006 (Tuesday)

  • More Like...DelayStation 3!
Sony's PlayStation 3 is not going to be coming out anytime soon. It has been reported in Japanese newspapers that the console will be delayed until November of 2006. You may think this delays the European and North American release dates to 2007, but you're, Captain Fallacy. Sony will be launching worldwide come November.

March 13 2006 (Monday)

Frequent Game of the Year candidate of 2005, God of War, had a sequel officially announced today. The third-person action game starred Kratos in a brutal, gorey, M-rated adventure. The sequel will be called God of War 2: Divine Retribution and will come out on the PS2. Rumor has it the game will not be out until February of 2007.

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