Posts Tagged ‘wii u’

Rodea the Sky Soldier heads to Wii U and 3DS in Fall 2015

by Charlie Grammeron February 19, 2015
Today Nippon Ichi Software was excited to announce that Rodea the Sky Soldier, the brainchild of Yuji Naka and Zin Hasegawa, will bring speed and adventure together on 3DS and Wii U in Fall 2015. This title will be available in both physical and digital formats, and a new trailer has been unveiled: 1,000 years […]

Rayman May Join Super Smash Bros. (Rumor [UPDATE])

by David Pooleon February 14, 2015
(UPDATE: Looks like the rumor was merely an elaborate hoax, as the Youtube user Artsy Omni cleverly edited real footage using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Photoshop.  You can watch the process of how he made his “leaked” video here.) It’s not unusual that Rayman might be added to the extensive roster of Nintendo’s popular […]
The Swindle heads for consoles and PC.

Curve brings Dan Marshall’s The Swindle to console

by Charlie Grammeron February 12, 2015
Today Curve Digital was excited to reveal a new partnership with Size Five Games in order to bring the Steampunk Cybercrime Caper, The Swindle, to all major consoles in 2015. The console version of The Swindle will be developed and published by Curve, launching alongside the PC release on Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, […]


OlliOlli Launches on Xbox One, 3DS and Wii U in March 2015

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon February 3, 2015
Curve Digital and Roll7 have announced the release date of OlliOlli for Xbox One, Wii U and 3DS, the last platforms of which the game was not launched untli now. “We have settled on a mid-March release for all versions of the game,” said Curve Digital in a press release. Featuring 250 challenges across 100 levels with over 120 tricks to pop […]

Badland Game of the Year Edition coming to consoles and Steam

by David Pooleon January 29, 2015
Game developer Frogmind has announced today that their successful action-adventure title, Badland, is coming to consoles and Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux.  The consoles in question would be Sony’s PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Microsoft’s Xbox One, and Nintendo’s Wii U system.  Badland’s beautiful hand-painted visuals will be presented in full HD, having […]

15 stages open up for 8-Player Smash

by David Pooleon January 29, 2015
In a sneaky update for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Nintendo made 15 stages available for the 8-Player Smash Mode.  These stages include the following: Mario Circuit (Brawl), Luigi’s mansion, Pyrosphere, Norfair, Lylat Cruise, Pokemon Stadium 2, Town & City, Smashville, Wii Fit Studio, Mario Galaxy (Omega), Mario Circuit (Brawl [Omega]), The Great Cave […]


Soul Axiom Is Coming to Consoles in 2015

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon January 26, 2015
Wales Interactive presented its first-person sci-fi adventure, called Soul Axiom. The game is scheduled to come on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 before the end of 2015, promising “a journey through the deepest, darkest recesses of your soul.” The story involves uploading your soul to a machine, through which you can solve the mystery of your life and digital […]

Club Nintendo being discontinued worldwide

by David Pooleon January 20, 2015
It seems that in order to focus on creating a new loyalty program for their customers, Nintendo has decided to shut down Club Nintendo.  This means that all games will stop having Club Nintendo codes in their packaging as of January 20th, and all coins must be redeemed by the end of the Club Nintendo […]

Nintendo Download Update for 1/15/2015

by David Pooleon January 15, 2015
This week on the Nintendo eShop, Sega kicks off their new line of 3D classics, Capcom takes us to the “far off” year of 2010, and Natsume’s legendary RPG returns.  There are also some great sales on some indie titles and even some Mario favorites. Wii U Virtual Console: Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight […]


Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty has Received a Release Date

by Tatiana Dinuon January 15, 2015
After a few months since its release on PlayStation 4, Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty has received its release date for the PC and Xbox One versions. So, the game will be out on February 25 and it will include all the previous updates released until now. The PC version of Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is compatible with Mac and […]

Five reasons a Wii U is worth owning and five things holding it back

by David Pooleon January 15, 2015
I’m going to start out by stating that I’ve owned my Nintendo Wii U Deluxe console since day one, and I have continued to build a very respectable library on it.  This is not a negative article, but in fact one that I hope would be more informative as to what the Wii U is […]

Review | A World of Keflings (Wii U)

by David Pooleon January 5, 2015
A World of Keflings isn’t your typical “strategy” game.  There is very little conflict, not a lot of plot, and very little reason to continue the game.  The true beauty of this title lies within how relaxing it is.  Players are given all the time in the world to do whatever “objective”, which in most […]