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Another Code R dated for Europe

Wii sequel to the DS classic is out on 26 June

Nintendo has announced that Another Code R: A Journey Into Lost Memories will be released on 26 June in the UK.

This sequel is set two years after the original DS game and sees Ashley, now 16, receiving a letter from her father inviting her to join him for a weekend together at Lake Juliet, a camping resort.

When she gets there though, she realises that there's more to Lake Juliet than meets the eye: she has a faint memory of being there 13 years ago shortly before her mother died.

The game's looking great: we were recently in Japan checking it out and talking to the development team behind it. You can read our preview here.

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  1. Aki-toriko Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 11:29

    That's great and all, but WHERE IN THE NAME OF HELL IS EXCITEBOTS NOE!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

  2. Onna76_NL Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 13:26

    Yeah when is Excitebots coming this way? I can get the US version (got an US and EU Wii (latter since a week), but rather wait for the EU version.

    Concerning Another Code R release, can't wait. Just got myself Broken Sword, plus Zack & Wiki and Sam & Max make the point & click genre alive and kicking again on the Wii! *Here's hoping for a full Monkey Island series remake for on the Wii*.

  3. Gavin Rozee Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 15:10

    Yessss. I'm definitely getting this. Shame it's out three days before our babys due date. I'll order it online and take my Wii to hospital if I have to lol.

  4. Ubahquiet Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 15:36

    WOOOO

    I loved the first game, can't wait for this. Better start saving, and it arrives just as school ends...

  5. elizabeth Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 18:15

    oh my goodness my summer shall be filled with gaming: Little King's Story, Tales of Symphonia: New Dawn and now this! :D if Picross 3D comes out soon as well I'm screwed.

  6. cjayp33 Thursday 23rd Apr 2009 at 21:06

    WOOOO

    I loved the first game, can't wait for this. Better start saving, and it arrives just as school ends...

    same as by that point it will be 2nd full week of my 2/3 month month holiday until uni.

  7. King-X Tuesday 28th Apr 2009 at 17:06

    As posted elsewhere I'm happy a sequel has been made of this game. One thing needs clearing up though: Ashley is confirmed as being 13 in the original game. She is also confirmed as being 16 in this version but it's only set two years after. Either that wasn't thought through very well or the gap is a little more than two years?

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