Posts Tagged ‘Wii U’
Nintendo held its first Nintendo Direct of 2014 today, offering a glimpse at the year ahead for Nintendo fans.
In its latest financial report, Watch Dogs developer and publisher Ubisoft said the game will be released in 2014's first fiscal quarter, or sometime between April and June.
A piece of dowloadable content released for Assassin’s Creed IV will now be sold as a standalone experience. Ubisoft announced today that Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry will hit the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on February 18th for $14.99, with a PC release coming a week later. Surprisingly, neither an Xbox One, Wii U, nor […]
If you were to ask someone on the street who would be the first video game company to come to mind, chances are you’d hear “Nintendo.” That’s not an accident.
The financial numbers are in for Nintendo, and it’s not pretty. While the 3DS is still selling like hotcakes, the Wii U will fall more than 6 million units short of their initial sale predictions for the current fiscal year. That’s really bad, and while some are declaring this the official death of the Wii […]
Nintendo may have a reputation of being “kings of the rehash,” but NES Remix, their attempt to introduce newer gamers to the NES generation of gaming, is definitely unique in playing that up.
The next generation of gaming consoles is here, and that means more and more people will soon be joining the annual “Nintendo is DOOOOOMED” chorus.
Nintendo aired a new Nintendo Direct episode today that showcased the near future for the Nintendo 3DS.
We’re on the cusp of a new generation of gaming consoles with the releases of both the PS4 and the Xbox One this month. The only problem is I’m starting to not care as much.
There’s an old expression: “You can never have too much of a good thing.” Whoever came up with that didn’t play Batman: Arkham Origins.
Nintendo will be re-packaging its current Wii U Deluxe bundle, which currently comes with Nintendo Land, to include both New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U on the same disc.
Ten years ago, one of the most (initially) divisive releases in The Legend of Zelda series was released… and today, it’s exactly what the Wii U needs.