Coming exclusively to Wii U and 3DS, two new games to the Sonic series. Sonic Lost Worlds features gameplay elements from past Sonic games, namely Sonic Colors, and adds its own innovations to the mix. Continue reading
EarthBound is finally Wii U bound, arriving on the Virtual Console at some point. Nintendo says they will unveil the release date later in the year. See guys, years of begging can eventually pay off (as long as they don’t pull what the did for the Wii release…)!
Nintendo has once again given us another reason to keep our 3DS’ charged and Wii U’s plugged in. The Nintendo Direct video yesterday gave us a glimpse on some upcoming titles as well as a few amazing first announcements. You can watch the entire announcement above, comment below!
Injustice: Gods Among Us comes out this Tuesday, April 16th for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and WiiU.
Remember that hefty delay placed on the then WiiU exclusive Rayman Legends? Turns out it was worth it. On top of bringing the platformer to Xbox 360 & PS3, developer Ubisoft Montpellier took that extended time to add 30 new levels as well as several new bosses to the game.
Epic’s latest Unreal Engine 4 will not run on Nintendo’s Wii U. At a recent GDC press conference, Epic Games VP Mark Rein stated that UE4 was not designed with the Wii U in mind.
After weeks of speculation and rumors, Square Enix has officially announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut will be coming to the Wii U later this year. Straight Right Studios, the team behind Mass Effect 3‘s Wii U version will be handling the port.
Gaijin Games’ Bit.Trip Presents…Runner 2 released today for Wii U and Steam. It will be out tomorrow on Xbox Live Arcade and March 5th on PlayStation Network (Vita and PS3).
Team Ninja announces Kasumi and Momiji as playable characters in upcoming DLC for Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge for the WiiU. Both characters will be free of charge, though no clear release date was given.
During a Nintendo press conference held today, Nintendo FINALLY let all the details out of the bag about the WiiU. For starters, the WiiU will launch in North America on November 18th of this year. They’ve also announced that the system will be available in two bundles; Basic and Deluxe. The Basic set will run you a smooth $299, while the Deluxe set will go for $349. Given that the original Wii launched for $249, and given today’s standard pricing for higher end gaming consoles, the WiiU falls right into what we had expected the system to cost. I’ve included images released by Nintendo giving a breakdown of what you can expect from each bundle. Games for the WiiU will run you an average of $59.99, matching the price point of today’s current generation titles. There has been no announcement as far as the pricing for a standalone tablet controller for the system will run, nor is Nintendo even supporting a second tablet at launch, though they have already confirmed support later on. Current Wii owners shouldn’t dash to their local used game store yet to trade them in yet, the WiiU will require the original if you want to transfer over all of your content. We’ll keep you posted as we get closer to the WiiU’s launch date. Continue reading
And the finale. Finishing off a slew of announcements and leaks ultimately leading up to Ubisoft’s overall unveiling. Check out Assassin’s Creed III in this debut trailer. Continue reading
Not even a full year after Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, gamers will be reunited with their favorite assassin in training Desmond Miles on October 30 for Assassin’s Creed III. Ubisoft was very light on the details, but company CEO Yves Guillemot says ACIII will be “the biggest launch in Ubisoft history.” Continue reading