Posts Tagged ‘Wii U’
The Wii U was obviously a misfire. Nintendo bungled virtually everything about its release: They timed the launch poorly, alienated fans, alienated third parties, named it horribly, and utterly failed to sell consumers on the game pad. The only way it could have gone worse is if Microsoft had performed another on stage abortion for […]
Hyrule Warriors is strange for a Musou game in that it has sold better in the West than it did in its native Japan. Perhaps it’s just more proof that fans in the NA and EU regions love them some Zelda.
Nintendo recently announced the date and time for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Nintendo Direct. It’s set to stream on October 23 at 3p.m. Pacific. However, the most shocking thing isn’t how close the Nintendo Direct is, but how much it promises. Nintendo is claiming to reveal 50 new things in Super Smash Bros. […]
The issue surrounding limited storage space is something that’s not new for Wii U owners, but it’s quickly becoming a concern for the digital download crowd on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Long time Sonic fans know what the Sonic Cycle is, a three step waltz of announcement, anticipation, and disappointment repeated ad nauseam. Aside from Sonic Colors and the first Sonic Rush if you consider handhelds, you could only call Sonic games mediocre at very best, having to go back to the Sonic Adventure titles to […]
Hyrule Warriors is definitely a Warriors game, but it does something that rarely happens in gaming today: A crossover that’s more than just a skin. It may be the familiar Musou combat you were expecting, but Zelda elements permeate everything to some degree. The combo is like a peanut butter and honey sandwich. It’s not […]
Love it or hate it, the Just Dance franchise has been popular since its launch in 2009, moving over 50 million copies worldwide.
Watch Dogs, the highly acclaimed hack-action adventure game developed by Ubisoft for Microsoft and Sony, was announced to have made its route toward Nintendo’s Wii U console today.
If you had told us a few years ago that The Legend of Zelda would have a crossover with Dynasty Warriors, we would have called you crazy.
Bayonetta 2 shocked the fans when Platinum Games announced it would be a Wii U exclusive. Certainly it was an odd pairing considering Nintendo‘s family friendly image and Bayonetta‘s lascivious nature, but it may prove to be a good move on Nintendo‘s behalf.
Bayonetta 2, an upcoming Wii U exclusive from Platinum Games, starred in the latest Nintendo Direct.
Dan Adelman has been the man behind Indie games at Nintendo since 2005. He has stated he is leaving to do freelance work in an independent business development and is leaving Nintendo on good terms.