Capcom announces We Love Golf!, RE4: Wii Edition doing well

We Love Golf! - Image 1In its latest press release, giant publisher Capcom has announced that it is currently developing a game called We Love Golf! (formerly Wii Love Golf) for the Nintendo Wii in cooperation with Camelot.

Camelot Software Planning is credited for developing hits from the Hot Shots Golf series as well as the fun Mario Golf under the Nintendo publishing umbrella.

We Love Golf! heralds the entry of Capcom in the sports development arena, marking the first time that the company has ventured into the genre. Ready your golf clubs, We Love Golf! will be coming to the shelves this winter.

Also announced were solid shipping figures for Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition worldwide with 750,000 units shipped at the end of August. Resident Evil 4 is one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, gathering praise on every platform it has been ported to through rave reviews of trusted sites.

The Nintendo Wii has the largest owner base among the three next-generation consoles, surpassing its rivals with more than 10 million units sold in less than a year.

We Love Golf! - Image 1In its latest press release, giant publisher Capcom has announced that it is currently developing a game called We Love Golf! (formerly Wii Love Golf) for the Nintendo Wii in cooperation with Camelot.

Camelot Software Planning is credited for developing hits from the Hot Shots Golf series as well as the fun Mario Golf under the Nintendo publishing umbrella.

We Love Golf! heralds the entry of Capcom in the sports development arena, marking the first time that the company has ventured into the genre. Ready your golf clubs, We Love Golf! will be coming to the shelves this winter.

Also announced were solid shipping figures for Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition worldwide with 750,000 units shipped at the end of August. Resident Evil 4 is one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, gathering praise on every platform it has been ported to through rave reviews of trusted sites.

The Nintendo Wii has the largest owner base among the three next-generation consoles, surpassing its rivals with more than 10 million units sold in less than a year.

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