The Hollywood Reporter brings the welcome news that last year's best Wii game (unless you count Okami), EA's action-puzzler Boom Blox, will get a sequel as soon as spring this year.
Boom Blox Bash Party will offer Wii owners "increased multiplayer action and more than 400 new levels that take players from underwater into outer space", according to the report. It will also offer online multiplayer, and additional levels available as downloadable content - for a fee, naturally.
Movie mogul Steven Spielberg is still attaching his name to the project, and to frothy quotes for press releases.
EA has refused to comment on "rumour and speculation" that a sequel to brilliant Wii puzzle game Boom Blox is in the works.
EA has decided to bin its standalone Casual label, according to a statement.
Electronic Arts has revealed it's currently developing 40 titles for the Wii and DS.
New stats appearing on the US Nintendo Channel have revealed what Wii owners prefer to play - and for how long.
Remember back in February, when we reported you'd be able to play Wii title Boom Blox just by moving your head about? Well you won't.
Electronic Arts has told Eurogamer that Boom Blox, the Steven Spielberg-developed game for Wii, will be released in Europe on May 9th.
Boom Blox is a cute and colourful effort which involves throwing blocks around, building structures and blasting them apart. You can also "remix" any level in the game and share your design online.
"My inspiration for this game came while I was playing the Wii for the first time," said Spielberg. "Boom Blox plays on the enjoyment of building and knocking down blocks, something that can appeal innately to kids and adults of all ages."
Electronic Arts has revealed you'll be able to play Boom Blox using the power of your head.
The codenamed "PQRS" Wii puzzle title Steven Spielberg has been helping EA with has been officially unveiled. They've been planning this for a million years. We're beat to sh*t.