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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. Don’t 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. There’s 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.
Nintendo has finally ironed out the official release date for Super Mario Maker. After going through an ever-so-slight name change and getting some serious face-time at this year's Nintendo World Championships, Super Mario Maker is set to arrive this September.
During those amazing Nintendo World Championship bouts, Nintendo announced a game. Yes, in between the competitive eSports on the grand stage just before Bethesda's E3 conference got underway, the Big 'N made it known that Earthbound Beginnings was available on the Virtual Console, exclusively for the Wii U.
Two new characters are inbound for Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Capcom's prime-time mascot for the Street Fighter series, Ryu, and Fire Emblem's Roy. The leak is quite substantial because it actually features images and gameplay footage of both characters.
There's a dark side to today's generation of gaming... things that gamers have to deal with that they didn't have to content with back in the day. These are the five major problems in gaming that we didn't have to deal with when we were growing up as kids.
Minecraft is the indie game that just keeps on giving. Some enterprising individuals have managed to completely recreate the Wii U exclusive shooter Splatoon within the confines of Minecraft.
The Super Smash Bros roster is primed for another addition in just a little over a week as Nintendo announces the impending launch of Lucas DLC.
Project CARS for the Wii U is now looking like it might be up in the air... or worse yet, as if it might not ever be released. Why? Well, Slightly Mad Studios' head honcho Ian Bell finally came out to set the record straight and Nintendo fans aren't going to like it one bit.
Nintendo announced last week that they're partnering with Universal Parks and Resorts to create a number of attractions and rides based on Nintendo's games. They haven't announced exactly what kind of attractions to expect so all we can do now is speculate.
When Nintendo said that the Legend of Zelda for the Wii U was moved out of its holiday 2015 release this year and that it wouldn't be appearing at this year's E3 during the Nintendo press conference, it left a lot of people to assume the game would launch in 2016. However, that may not be entirely accurate.
Nintendo's Amiibo have been huge. They've been selling like crazy and making the company lots of money. You can cue the meme of Miyamoto and Iwata saying “It prints money” because that's exactly what the Amiibo are doing. Well, the high-demand for the devices have left Nintendo in short supply, but Nintendo has apologized for the supply shortages and have promised a more aggressive and expansive commitment to the Amiibo brand.
Harkening back to the days when platforming games were king, Yooka-Laylee has arrived to remind gamers what the glory days of the mascot-driven adventure was all about. It’s on Kickstarter, it’s already blown past its first handful of goals, and it also happens to be the spiritual successor to an old-school genre great, Banjo-Kazooie.