Nintendo indirectly announced today that the Nintendo TVii service will not launch alongside the Wii U on November 18th.
Steam fans that want to play on an even bigger screen now can.
The final issue of Nintendo Power has been released, and it looks familiar.
As you no doubt know if you’re a follower or a fan, the Wii U is here, meaning Nintendo‘s previous system, the Wii, is now left to slowly fade into our memories… so I figured it’d be nice to take a look back at some of the games that helped Nintendo‘s little underpowered box compete against, and beat, the significantly more powerful PS3 and Xbox 360.
Super Mario Galaxy
If you haven’t played this yet, shame on you. While the sequel is seen by most as the better of the two releases, I’ve got a more fond spot in my heart for the first. It showed off what the Wii was visually capable of if you were actually trying, and the [...]
Word around the rumor mill has been that Nintendo was working on a dumbed down Wii console. A Best Buy ad has confirmed such rumors and we’ll be seeing the launch of a Wii Mini come December.
If you picked up a Wii U in the past week, you’re not alone.
With its launch on November 18th this year, the Wii U shot to the top of every Nintendo fan’s “must have” list… but what does Nintendo need to do to get the rest of us?
In this inaugural episode of “The Super Game Fanatics,” Arnell selects the NES classic “Punch-Out.” We all came in fresh after years of not training. Do we still have the skills to take down the toughest boxers from around the world?
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