By Eli Green
March 10, 2008 - 23:00
Destineer and United Media confirmed a partnership today, to publish the video game Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine exclusively on Wii and Nintendo DS. Based on the popular Iron Chef America cooking competition television show, a spinoff of the worldwide hit Iron Chef , Iron Chef America: Supreme Cuisine is currently under development at Black Lantern Studios and will feature the voice and likeness of the show's host, Mark Dacascos. Destineer also says that it will be announcing the involvement of additional talent from the show soon.
Players will take the stage in Kitchen Stadium, battling through a variety of fast-paced culinary challenges that put their skills to the test. Each victory advances players closer to a final showdown that will determine who will reign supreme as the next Iron Chef America . Destineer has not yet announced the game's release date.
THQ announced today that the video game based on last year's highly popular Disney/Pixar movie, Ratatouille, has become a part of the Xbox 360 “Platinum Family Hits” collection and Sony “Greatest Hits”. The game, which THQ originally release across 11 different platforms last summer, has shipped nearly four million copies across all platforms worldwide. Starting today, the Ratatouille is now available at retailers throughout North America for $19.99 USD and CAD. THQ's internal studio Heavy Iron Studios is already working on a video game based on Disney/Pixar's upcoming movie, WALL●E , which is releasing in theatres this summer.
Microsoft announced the release of the Bring Down the Sky content pack for Mass Effect today, available for download via the Xbox Live Marketplace. Xbox 360 users can purchase the content pack for 400 Microsoft Points. More information on the new Bringing Down the Sky is available by clicking the link above. Mass Effect is rated M for Mature.