Nintendo once again preys on our weakness to buy themed video game accessories with a new Princess Peach Wii Remote Motion Plus.
The console famous for bringing motion to millions worldwide sees its production lines stop.
With the Wii U available and a list of titles not currently available, this might be a good time to play some games you may have missed on its predecessor, the Wii. Sure, Nintendo’s first party line up of great Zelda and Mario games are a given, but what about some great hits from third party developers? In this Fanatical Five, we’ll be counting down the Third Party Games on The Wii You Might Have Missed.
ZombieU was one of the premier titles that helped the WiiU really make a strong entry into the market. It made excellent use of the new platforms unique features, and was generally considered a simply “good game”. With that, it may interest some of you that a ZombieU sequel, ZombieU 2 may be in the works. Ubisoft has announced that the tentative sequel, currently known literally as ZombieU 2, is in the “prototype phase” of development. What that means is that they’re toying around with the idea, but it’s not far enough along to say whether or not this game will ever see a public release.
Still though, for you ZombieU fans, it’s better [...]
Over the past couple decades, I’ve been able to follow Nintendo through a passage—a passage that was once filled with the creativity and masterfulness that was considered the Golden Age for Ninty.
Sony is preparing to “Smurf up” this July with their sequel to 2011’s The Smurfs, The Smurfs 2. Sony Pictures Consumer Products and Ubisoft are teaming up to develop a video game based on the upcoming feature film.
If you’re looking to pick up Square Enix‘s excellent Tomb Raider reboot, you may want to check out Amazon today.
Disney looks to copy the success of the Skylanders franchise with their next gaming project.
This year the next-gen console wars commence, as Sony and Microsoft look to counter the Wii U‘s head start with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720.