Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo Wii U’

Preview | Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

by Ramon Arandaon July 13, 2014
After getting a glimpse at Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker during Nintendo’s E3 presentation, I knew that I just had to get some hands-on time with it and fortunately I did. For those who played Super Mario 3D World, Captain Toad if you remember, made a brief appearance in the game, which let players break away […]

Can Nintendo stop the bleeding?

by Ramon Arandaon February 3, 2014
Boy Nintendo just can’t seem to get a break these days, as the company has become the whipping boy for this generation of consoles due to the horrendous performance of the Wii U. Nintendo’s recent financial report saw the company’s earnings fall 8.1 percent over the previous year, which was also 2.4 percent lower than […]

GotGame Truth Machine: Firing Iwara Will Not Help The Wii U

by Justin Weinblatton January 21, 2014
Nintendo has announced some pretty drastic cuts to their Wii U forecasts,  and now it is time for everyone on the internet to play April 1st CEO.  Everybody wants to talk about what they would change if they were in charge of Nintendo and how they would make the Wii U a rousing success. One […]

Little Inferno goes on sale today

by Charlie Grammeron December 19, 2013
Some gamers may recall that Little Inferno, the game developed by Tomorrow Corporation that allows you to burn things at your leisure with no pressure to get a high score, went on sale last year. If you missed out on said sale, we have some good news for you: It’s going on sale once again this […]

Nano Assault Neo demo now available on Nintendo’s eShop

by Charlie Grammeron December 19, 2013
The twin-stick shooter, Nano Assault Neo has received a demo version that can tempt players into buying the full game today. For those unaware, the game has a simple and straightforward plot. It’s your duty to stop a deadly virus, known as Nanostray, from spreading in the nano cosmos. In order to do this, you will […]

GotGame Truth Machine: Remind Me Why I Need A Next-Gen System

by Justin Weinblatton October 7, 2013
It’s the end of the generation.  After an exceedingly long hardware generation we’re going to get our dirty little gamer hands on a new piece of technology.  Fans are swooning over specs they hardly understand and insulting each other over which plastic box they prefer (if you choose the wrong one you may be a […]

Will The Wii U’s Holiday Lineup Save The System?

by Justin Weinblatton September 11, 2013
Nintendo is facing what may be its most important holiday season since 2006.  If the Wii U cannot turn its fortunes around this year, its uphill struggle is about to get much worse.  Even if the Wii U was the only new console on the market, the Wii U would have a tough time proving […]

Is now the right time to buy a Nintendo Wii U?

by Ramon Arandaon August 30, 2013
As the old saying goes, “there’s no time like the present”, and that may certainly be the case for the struggling Nintendo Wii U, as Nintendo has quite a few AAA titles on the way for the system, as well as an impending price cut. A few days ago,  Nintendo announced that as of Sep. […]

Nintendo price cuts the Nintendo Wii U by $50, reveals Wind Waker HD bundle

by Ramon Arandaon August 28, 2013
As of Sep. 20, Nintendo is dropping the price of the Nintendo Wii U $50, for the Deluxe version, which will make it a much more tempting $299. With next-gen consoles on the way fro Microsoft and Sony, it made sense for Nintendo to offer a more competitive price to perhaps entice gamers for the […]

With Arkham Origins, Wii U is Doomed if it Flops and Doomed if it Sells

by Justin Weinblatton August 1, 2013
With the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins getting gimped, what does this mean for the console?

Will Nintendo fans support Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Wii U?

by Ramon Arandaon July 26, 2013
It’s no secret that when Call of Duty: Black Ops II was first announced on the Nintendo Wii U, there was a lot of celebration from Nintendo fans who were hoping to play the first HD version of a COD game on a Nintendo platform.  I too, as someone who has supported Nintendo since I […]