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Nintendo announces Wii Music date

Sorts out schedule for end of 2008.

Nintendo has made official noises about releasing Wii Music in Europe on 14th November.

This is the game Shigeru Miyamoto was playing on stage at E3, should you ever forget. Our hands-on impressions of Wii Music can fill you in on the rest.

EA has also locked down a release date for the Wii versions of 21st November for Skate It and Need For Speed: Undercover. We've not heard about the other versions of these, but they're unlikely to be too far from that.

We did hear earlier about Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City arriving in December, bundled with Wii Speak, the new Wii microphone. Worth mentioning again, though.

DS fans can also look forward to a busy festive period. There's Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations on 3rd October (review), and Professor Layton and the Curious Village on 7th November (review).

There's that Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia game on 21st November that Nintendo banged on about at E3, too. And Pokémon always does well.

Nintendo has some hardware treats in store as well, such as pink, green, blue and white Wii wrist straps for 17th October.

Also for October will be various DS Lite bundles: white and black Brain Training bundles, Red Big Brain Academy bundle, Turquoise Cooking Guide bundle and Pink Nintendogs bundle.

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