Nintendo released their quarterly results and it's not looking too good for the company. After the successful launch of Mario Kart 8 and managing to reignite some of the luster for the Wii U within the marketplace, it still wasn't quite enough to completely turn around Nintendo's financial position.
A lot of people have been clamoring to beg Nintendo to purchase Capcom. In fact, Nintendo asked gamers what are the top five games they would like to see made for the Wii U, and one of the top answers given was that Nintendo should just dip into their piggy bank and purchase Capcom.
If you've been a fan of GameTrailers' weekly feature called Pach-Attack, you won't for much longer because the series is done for. Why? Because GameTrailers is going through a restructuring phase and many of the staff have been let go along with key content being axed, including Michael Pachter's Pach-Attack episodes.
Tons of news broke this week, including Microsoft shutting the Xbox Entertainment Studios, as well as the creators of The Last of Us teasing a sequel with Sam Raimi. These stories and more in this edition of the weekly recap.
The Wii U will be receiving The Swapper this November and the game is being designed to run at the equivalent graphics from the PC build, opposite of the PlayStation 3, which had to undergo massive downgrades in key graphic departments.
A new survey report commissioned by IHS and GamesIndustry.biz measured purchasing intent and interest for the current generation consoles, the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 and the Wii U. What the report uncovered was rather fascinating.
How do you make Pokemon scary rather than adorable? The answer, discovered by artist Elizabeth Emery, is to make them look like the Titans from Attack on Titan. Shiver.
Destiny's beta gets underway for PlayStation consoles. Doom is unveiled at this year's QuakeCon. Tekken 7 is announced at Evo and tons more news in this July 19th, 2014 edition of the Weekly Recap.
A tumbleweed bounces across an empty desert road. Vultures circle overhead. In the distance, a blinding sun peeks out from behind a crag-scarred mountain, illuminating the vast expanse of emptiness below. Welcome to your weekly Nintendo downloads highlights. We’re experiencing a bit of a dry spell.
The NPD results for June have come in and the PlayStation 4 continues to dominate the sales charts. While numbers are hard to come by for the hardware figures, we do know a few things based on stats made available from a collection of sources.
There are some new rumblings happening within the Nintendo news circles indicating that Super Smash Bros could become a bundled item for the Wii U, and that the newly announced Amiibo devices could also be included in the bundle.
Nintendo of America has finally announced the crop of “Elite Status Gifts” for 2014, this year abandoning any physical goodies and opting instead to dish out a collection of free Wii U or 3DS games for members who have achieved Gold or Platinum status throughout the year.
In continuing the trend of rolling out some of the best games available on the eighth generation home consoles, here's a list for the best Wii U games released on the system... so far.
Things quickly turned sour when it was revealed that Bandai Namco made it known that the Wii U version of Project CARS had been delayed to 2015. The company finally came forward to explain why the delay took place.
The never-ending struggle between the Autobots and the Decepticons rages on in Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, a new offering that bridges the worlds of the recent video games from High Moon Studios and the Michael Bay films. The result: A game that is exactly what meets the eye. Nothing more, nothing less.