Majesco today announced its full game lineup for E3 2008. That’s next week, by the way. Here’s the list:
Major Minor’s Majestic March (Wii): The game marks the return of the creative team behind PaRappa the Rapper. The rhythm-based music game turns the Wii Remote into a “magic” baton that band-leader Major Minor uses to keep tempo, recruit new band members and pick up items. Players can add up to 15 different instruments to their dynamic procession-including brass, woodwinds, and percussion-to alter its composition and resulting performance.
Cooking Mama World Kitchen (Wii): In Cooking Mama World Kitchen, Mama is getting a new 3D graphics engine, new recipes from parfait to shrimp au gratin, new mini-games and new gameplay modes. Players will use the Wii Remote as your universal cooking utensil.
Our House (Wii): Our House lets players build and remodel their homes into their own customized creations. Players use their Wii Remote to hammer, saw, paint and tile as they assemble and decorate their dwelling. Players can also compete with friends in the four-player “build-off” mode or share creations via a WiiConnect24.
Zoo Hospital (Wii): Zoo Hospital is the first game that lets players live a digital veterinarian’s life. Players use the Wii Remote in surgical procedures to eliminate parasitic pests, perform dentistry and remove foreign bodies like gallstones to restore the health of 48 ailing zoo mammals, reptiles and birds. You’ll also find yourself soothing and feeding each animal while following-up on post-surgical patients.
AWAY Shuffle Dungeon (Nintendo DS): This role-playing game — co-developed by Mistwalker and AQ Interactive — sees players take control of the young hero “Sword,” the sole resident left of the once booming Webb Village, who must rescue as many kidnapped townsfolk as possible from a mysterious unknown that has trapped them in underground dungeons. Saved villagers will help with Sword’s quest, as will dungeon treasure that lets him shop in the village specialty stores for armor, weapons, health and medicine.
Wonder World Amusement Park (Nintendo DS): Using the Touch Screen, players will toss, drive, shoot, whack, fish and spin in 30 different mini-games scattered throughout six themed zones: Carnival, Spookyville, Prehistoric, Pirate, Fairy Tale and Space. Players can also unlock six interactive rides or challenge a friend via local Wi-Fi multiplayer.
Babysitting Mania (Nintendo DS): Babysitting Mania lets players progress through more than 100 levels of fast-paced challenges as they feed, entertain and clean up after unruly kids in 20 chaotic houses. Players use the Touch Screen to manage every aspect of the household, from strategically employing timeouts to overseeing bonus birthday-party levels.
Marker Man Adventures (Nintendo DS): Marker Man must go through hundreds of physics-based puzzles by players using the stylus to draw simple machines that help him safely bring Doodle Dog home.