Posts Tagged ‘wii u’

Can the Wii U benefit from HD remakes?

by Rachael Wardon July 28, 2014
In the aftermath of Nintendo’s E3 showing, it is clear that the company is in the process of delivering on its most popular franchises, with Super Smash Bros, the new Zelda games and even the recently-successful Mario Kart 8. At long last, Nintendo fans may finally get what they have been hoping for since the Wii […]
Cyborg does not look pleased about Adam West's return... or maybe he's just ticked off at something else.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham to feature a blockbuster cast

by Charlie Grammeron July 28, 2014
If you’ve been wondering who would be featured in the newest LEGO Batman game, Beyond Gotham, then wonder no more. The game will feature a brand new 1960′s Batman mode, with none other than the legendary actor, Adam West. Warner Brothers Interactive and TT Games decided to celebrate Mr. West’s return as 1960′s Batman by […]

Review | Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

by David Pooleon July 21, 2014
I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by Drinkbox Studios’ little indie title. When I first saw it in its original release, I was put off by the style, and to me it looked like it was just a generic platformer. Boy, was I wrong. Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is a colorful love […]


Bayonetta bundle split into two purchases on eShop

by Dragos Dobreon July 20, 2014
With only three months left until Bayonetta 2 releases on Nintendo’s Wii U, the developer is preparing for distribution both in retail and digital form. As already known, Bayonetta 2 will be shipping with the first game included on a secondary disc for free. The digital edition will be a bit different because the two […]
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Mario Kart 8 becomes the top selling game in June

by Ramon Arandaon July 18, 2014
Well say what you want about Wii U sales and the lack thereof, but the release of Mario Kart 8 has been giving the console a much needed boost, and in June, MK8 ended up being the best selling game in the U.S. with over 470,000 units sold (physical and digital). With the game having […]

Preview | Bayonetta 2 is gorgeous

by David Pooleon July 18, 2014
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Preview | The high-octane action of Hyrule Warriors

by David Pooleon July 17, 2014
My editor Ramon Aranda and I got a chance to spend some extra time with some of the games from Nintendo’s E3 show floor, and one of the games we didn’t get a chance to try out was Hyrule Warriors. This game is an interesting partnership between Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda franchise and Tecmo Koei’s Dynasty […]
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Sakurai teases Rayman, reveals two Fire Emblem characters instead

by David Pooleon July 15, 2014
Earlier Monday morning, a mysterious Rayman trophy was posted to Miiverse, which was more or less meant to throw fans off the scent of the real character reveal later in the day. At 7AM PST Monday morning, straight from the Smash Bros website, we were given a trailer in the Fire Emblem Awakening cutscene style, […]

The Wii U version of Project Cars won’t be released in November

by Tatiana Dinuon July 12, 2014
If you’ve been waiting to play the Wii U version of Project Cars, well you will have to wait until next year. Publisher Namco Bandai talked to Eurogamer and asked the fans to wait because they want to give the best they can do and this takes time: “We kindly ask our devoted and passionate Nintendo […]

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Nintendo Download (7-11-14)

by Charlie Grammeron July 11, 2014
Nintendo revealed the  most recent additions to their digital content. These include the latest installment in ONE PIECE Unlimited on the Wii U and 3DS. In addition, Bases Loaded has also arrived on Virtual Console. Swords & Soldiers 3D has gone on sale until 9 AM PT on July 31, so you can pick up […]

Be a Blackphone, Nintendo: Stay in the hardware game.

by Josh Boykinon July 7, 2014
    Update: As pointed out by GotGame reader David, the Wii U no longer uses friend codes; they’ve been replaced by the Nintendo Network ID. Also, long system update times can be avoided by keeping the system in standby and allowing overnight updates. I personally prefer to power down my console, and compare the […]
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Nintendo download shows off new digital content

by Charlie Grammeron July 3, 2014
The newest Nintendo Download was packed with information for Nintendo fans, including the action packed Guacamelee!, as well as a few new titles for both 3DS and Wii U. First up on 3DS is a new demo for the title Tomodachi Life. This demo will, if you decide to pick up the full title later, […]