By now you should know the R.T.F.A. drill, so here are the links:

Stephen's Pick -- Nintendo Says Only "Geeks And Otaku" Worried About Wii Storage: Edge magazine reports and analyzes the "mixed messages" of WiiWare.

Jason's Pick -- Game Secrets: Mario and Sonic At The Olympic Games: Hackers find out what characters didn't qualify for the Olympics.

Tracey's Pick -- WoW Getting Achievements With Wrath Of The Lich King: If this rumor is true, my life is over.

Patrick's Pick -- "Wii Fit" Even Out of Stock At Nintendo's Store: Unbelievable!

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The Hulk has always said that, "you wouldn't like me when I'm angry." Well, having most of a building fall on top of him doesn't really evoke thoughts of rainbows and cupcakes for the big green guy, and that's the first thing that happens in his new game.

Watch the first '120 Seconds' of "The Incredible Hulk" and see how solving your problems with your fists instead of your words could work (only if you possess some kind of superpower).

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Wondering if you missed any awesome news yesterday? Well, we are here to help with our picks for the best links from around the blogosphere. Who do you think has the best link?

Tuesday's Links:

Jason's Pick -- The Best N64 Games That Still Matter Today: The list starts with everything you would expect, but then peppers in a few surprises towards the end.

Stephen's Pick -- What Kojima Does Well: Newsweek on how "Metal Gear Solid 4" contributes to the argument about the financial cost of modern war.

Tracey's Pick -- 'Warcraft' Sequel Lets Gamers Play A Character Playing 'Warcraft': The new expansion will be called "World of World of Warcraft." (Watch the video from the Onion News Network.)

Patrick's Pick: -- Konami Code + Google = ?: I have to try this.

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The Jason Bourne movies based on Robert Ludlum's series of books have done exceptionally well since the first one was released back in 2002. Some might even say that they're the reason Matt Damon still has a career in Hollywood, which makes it so ironic that he doesn’t appear in the new Bourne video game.

The first '120 Seconds' of "The Bourne Conspiracy" are heavy with hand-to-hand combat which the movies have done consistently well over the years, plus you get to smash a guys head into a table, and that's always fun. Check out the first two minutes of "Robert Ludlum's Bourne Conspiracy" and see if the game and see if it is worthy to carry on the name.

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It has taken quite a few months, but "Rock Band" has finally been dethroned, and it no longer rules supreme over the Rhythm Game Track Finder.

With the release of "SingStar" for the PS3 in the U.S., along with a massive list of downloadable songs, Sony's karaoke game is now the most populated title in our rhythm game database. With a total of 389 songs total, it has 185 more songs available for it than "Rock Band," which, with this week's addition of four songs now has 204.

"SingStar" and "Rock Band" weren't the only titles this week to receive an update, a couple "Guitar Hero" games beefed up their track listings as well. Last week, nine more songs were announced for "Guitar Hero: Aerosmith," as well as six downloadable songs for "Guitar Hero 3," all of which were added to their respective titles.

The full list of last week's additions is below:

Guitar Hero 3 (Xbox 360 PS3) 6 Songs Added
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Xbox 360, PS2, PS3, Wii) 9 Songs Added
Rock Band (Xbox 360, PS3) 4 Songs Added (The Material's "Moving to Seattle," The Myriad's "A Clean Shot," Them Terribles's "Bullets & Guns" and Maxïmo Park's "Girls Who Play Guitars")
SingStar (PS3) 359 Songs Added

As always, go to trackfinder.mtv.com, for all this and more — it’s the definitive search engine for all your music gaming needs.

It's another big week for gaming. This week yet another highly anticipated, and much delayed, sequel will be hitting stores shelves, and gamers will finally get a chance to get their hands on "Metal Gear Solid 4."

There are a handful of "Metal Gear" faithful around the MTV.com office that have really been looking forward to this release (even more so than that other sequel that came out just a few weeks ago) and can't wait to get their hands on Kojima's latest masterpiece. It's now only a matter of days.

Are there any "Metal Gear" fans out there that rank this as the most important sequel of the year so far, above "GTA IV," "Mario Kart Wii," and even "Smash Bros. Brawl" which co-stars Snake?

Monday's Links:

Jason's Pick:

Geoff Keighly and Peter Moore Go Head to Head In "Facebreaker": While the first gameplay from EA's new arcade-styled boxing game should be the highlight of this segment, it really is Peter Moore asking "Does Reggie deliver?" Here's my best guess on how Reggie would would respond; "Do I really deliver? You'll just have to wait and see."

Stephen's Pick:

Rumors Of LucasArts Future: A week after news of massive layoffs at LucasArts, ShackNews reports that the developer/publisher may be shutting down all internal game development.

Tracey's Pick:

WoW-playing Legislative Candidate Talks About Her Level 70 Orc Hunter: Jeanne Stevens, a Republican candidate for the Connecticut legislature, isn't a fan of video game legislation. Read on to see what she says about JT. [via Joystiq]

Patrick's Pick:

Apple's WWDC Liveblog: I'll be checking this all morning for word on a possible new iPhone. And then spending all day coming up with reasons not to buy it.

* R.T.F.A. stands for “Read The Full Article.”


It's Tomonobu Itagaki's swan song at Tecmo, and maybe the last game in a series that goes back over 20 years. And in my mind, possibly the most loved ninja franchise to ever be created. It's "Ninja Gaiden II," and these first '120 Seconds' is just the beginning of the battle.

The "Ninja Gaiden" games have traditionally been ridiculously hard; "Ninja Gaiden II" is no different. It's no-holds-barred from the very beginning.

After watching the first two minutes of gameplay, do you think you can master the ways of the ninja?

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I thought I was on the verge of finishing "The World Ends With You" last night; however, I was not. There was a quasi-surprising twist which I won't speak of for fear of spoiling it for anyone. In any event, instead of the game heading back to the shelf, it will stay securely in my DS, and hopefully I can make some more headway this weekend. Not to sound overly cliché, but what will you be playing this weekend?

Friday's Final Picks:

Jason's Pick:

Tomonobu Itagaki: A Blood Splattered History: Some people may not like the guy, but he sure has made some great games while at Tecmo. I will miss "D.O.A." the most.

Patrick's Pick:

Users Satisfied With Funcom's "Age of Conan" Boob Fix: "I will seriously lol hard if Funcom loses a ton of subscribers over this," said one user. I think I might just lol, too.

Tracey's Pick:

Yahtzee, Oblivion, and Choosing Our Own Adventures: Triggered by Yahtzee's take on "Oblivion," Nate Ralph over at GameLife wonders whether there's room for games with more depth to their environments.

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In an exclusive interview with MTV News, Black Eyed Peas member Taboo spoke out about his role in the upcoming "Street Fighter" movie, "Legend of Chun-Li." Taboo will be playing an "edgier" Vega in the upcoming film.

The multi-talented rapper, dancer and actor also took a stab at one of life's most puzzling questions: who would win in a fight, Vega or Wolverine?

Check out the whole interview here.

Our Retro '120 Second' Thursdays continue this week, as we showcase a classic franchise that has finally received a well deserved update.

Last week, "Super Dodgeball Brawlers" was released by Akysys for the Nintendo DS, and it updates the classic Technos Japan title "Super Dodge Ball." While there appears to be a glut of upcoming dodgeball games (including one with ninjas and pirates for Xbox Live Arcade), there hasn't always been this level of interest for the gym class pastime for quite some time. At one point, the NES version of "Super Dodge Ball" was the only one option.

With that in mind, take two minutes to remember the first dodgeball game that really shined, "Super Dodge Ball," in all of its sprite flashing glory.

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