Super Mario Maker is coming out in September, and if you're a fan of the platforming plumber, you owe it to yourself to pick up a copy. Why? The answers probably seem obvious. You can create your own Mario levels, use the amiibo figures you've collected that are now strewn about your house in and out of packaging, and it's a reason to keep coming back to the Wii U.
The Nintendo roadmap for the rest of 2015 is very robust, including release dates for fan-favorite titles and other offerings that we've been clamoring for since the announcements at E3 2015.
Nintendo still has some gas left to burn in the tank of the Wii U. The console may be down but it's not out... yet. The Big 'N' announced along with Bandai Namco Games, that Pokken Tournament, the 3D fighting game, will arrive worldwide on the Wii U in the spring of 2016.
The title screen for Super Mario Maker is apparently filled with tons of surprises and goodies. The newest game from Nintendo is due out soon but some gamers and outlets have managed to get their hands on the title to showcase what fun surprises and Easter Eggs the title screen holds.
It's been a while since we've seen a proper Metroid game, so it's no surprise to hear the latest rumor that the team behind the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series, MercurySteam, were reportedly working on a pitch for a new game in the series.
Super Mario Maker is an interesting new plaything from Nintendo that will allow you to create your very own Mario levels. Nintendo's latest trailer showcases the game and a few more of its lesser-known features, giving an overview of the game for players who might still be a little confused as to what, exactly, you can do with it.
One of the only companies to really lay out a full list of what we can expect from them is Microsoft. Crackdown, Scalebound and Quantum Break are guaranteed to be on show. However, there are some other games and content from both Nintendo and Sony that we would also like to see on display.
Nintendo released a new patch for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS heading into the weekend, adding a new tournament mode, new stages, as well as some major exploit fixes.
There's always pressure with weekly recaps to convince the readers that this was the BEST WEEK EVER. Like, you can't believe what happened, guys! But honestly, you can believe what happened. Some video game companies announced some video game stuff. You'll probably care about some of it.
Well, thereís good news and bad news. Terraria is coming to the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. Thatís good news for fans of the beloved build-it-yourself action/adventure/platforming game, and bad news for all of your free time when it arrives in early 2016.
Nintendo fans around the globe have been clamoring for The Legend of Zelda's Wii U debut for some time now. Unfortunately, it looks like they'll still be left waiting for some unspecified time in the future.
Considered by many to be the best game in the entire series, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time finally makes its way onto the Wii U eShop as part of the regularly scheduled weekly update.
Well July is finally here and, as foretold in the press releases of old, Club Nintendo has finally closed its virtual doors. Donít fret, however, as the Big N promises a new rewards program is on the way.
Whispering Willows is packed with the makings of a campfire ghost stories. Thereís a haunted mansion, a kidnapped father, a worried daughter, secrets around every corner and spirits aplenty. A Kickstarter success and previously launched through Steam and Ouya, folks in the mood for a light, creepy adventure can now head into Willows Mansion on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Nintendo has mentioned before that they had no plans to revive F-Zero for the Wii U because they couldn't think of anything to do with it. Well, even though the Big 'N' may not have had any ideas for the game, apparently Burnout developers Criterion Games did.