New Wii Games
Two new Wii games were announced. Monster Hunter 3 and Super Mario Stadium Baseball.
Monster Hunter 3 is a hacnk 'n Slash game with role-playing elements from Capcom. The game was previously announced for the PS3. The aim of Monster Hunter is to achieve the highest Hunter Rank by completing missions.
Super Mario Stadium Baseball is the sequel to the GameCube's Mario Superstar Baseball and will be the second Mario sport title on the Wii. I probably don't need to mention that it's main feature will be the Wii Remote.
New DS Game
Nintendo have announced Fire Emblem DS, another instalment in Nintendo's turn-based RPG/Strategy games. Not much information was released on the title.
New WiiWare Games
New WiiWare titles were announced: Mojipittan Wii, Doctor Mario Wii, Pokemon Farm, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Young King and the Promised Land, Joysound (Karaoke), Star Soldier R and Bomberman.
Pokémon Farm allows you to grad Pokémon from Diamond/Pearl and raise them in a farm-like environment on the Wii.
The biggest WiiWare game was Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Young King and the Promised Land. It will be available for 1500 Wii Points and is a fully 3D game and lets you build your own country.
New Wii Channels
The Mii-comparing Check Mii Out channel will be available in Japan this November. A new channel was also announced - a DS Demo Channel, which turns your Wii into a DS download station. The Everybody Votes Channel will soon be updated and will allow Wii owners to rate their games.
Some Super Smash Bros. Brawl information was released. Sonic the Hedgehog will be a playable character, and will be able to transform into Super Sonic. Brawl will also feature online co-op. It has also been delayed until the 24th January, 2008 in Japan.
Mario Kart Wii will include motorcycles. The Wii Steering Wheel will be thrown in for free.