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Report: Q's Mizuguchi Developing Wii Music Title For Atari

Report: Q's Mizuguchi Developing Wii Music Title For Atari

December 2, 2008 | By Leigh Alexander

December 2, 2008 | By Leigh Alexander
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Celebrated Rez and Lumines designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi of Q Entertainment is developing a music game for Atari, the publisher announced.

The title, tentatively titled QJ, is apparently a Wii exclusive, according to consumer site Eurogamer, reporting on an Atari press event.

During the same event, Atari also revealed plans to release a boxed compilation of the recent Xbox 360 Live Arcade editions of Mizuguchi's best-known titles -- Rez HD, Lumines Live, and Every Extend Extra Extreme -- including all their available downloadable content.

Eurogamer reports that the box set will be called Q3 -- pronounced "cubed" -- and will retail for 30 ($40) when it comes out in 2009, the same year that Mizuguchi's new Wii music title is slated to arrive.

Recently, PopCap Games also announced it's working with Q Entertainment forpcoming Nintendo DS release of casual title Peggle.


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