We get to see quite a few new characters on display for Nintendo's prime-time fighting game, including several new characters from Fire Emblem and the always indomitable Captain Falcon.
Massive news this week, as Project CARS gets delayed for the platform that gamers crowd-funded the title to appear on, the best PS4 games are listed, and Microsoft offers up a unique Xbox One deal.
Bandai Namco recently made it known that they are delaying the Wii U version of Project CARS to 2015. There has been no explicit reason given and gamers who crowd-funded the game are left in the dark as to why they won't be receiving the game in a timely manner.
Summer is a great time to adopt the pirate lifestyle, so it’s a good thing that Luffy and his crew are ready to roll in One Piece Unlimited world Red, the latest game in the long-running series about a mischievous group of scallywags and their ridiculous adventures. You can pick that up on the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS this week, and not much else.
Ubisoft has been reticent about any new games coming to the Wii U beyond Watch Dogs, mostly because the company feels as if the console hasn't tapped into a mass market of consumers, yet. Because of this, they don't feel as if it's worth investing into Nintendo's console at the moment.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be adding a whole new level of customization into the “catch em all” formula this fall with the introduction of a “Secret Base” feature that lets trainers design and share their own personal Pokemon pads.
While we're all pretty much privy to the fact that VR is becoming a new big hit, what a lot of people probably didn't know was that it's attached to an industry that's expected to boom over the next few years... and by boom, I mean hit $279.27 billion in annual revenue by 2018.
A new month means it’s time to once again rake in a fresh batch of Club Nintendo rewards, where loyal customers of The Big N can redeem imaginary Coins for virtual games that, this month, feature a mustachioed plumber, the son of a legendary gorilla and an angel with wicked bow skills.
Nintendo is now dominating Japan hand-over-fist. Sony has the rest of the world in its coffers and Microsoft is still trying to find their place. One thing that has been made obvious is that Nintendo's lead in Japan doesn't appear to be in any kind of jeopardy from Sony... at all.
Lince Works has a new game that they're working on that is designed as a sort of spiritual successor to Tenchu and Sega's Otogi. The game puts players back into the realm of feudal-era Japan where sword and darkness rule the land.
All today there seems to be lots and lots of news surrounding Bungie's first-person, RPG shooter, Destiny. The hype is becoming so surreal that even Nintendo fans seem to have become affected, so much so that they've even started petitioning for Bungie to bring Destiny to the Wii U.
Tecmo Koei and Omega Force released two new trailers for the upcoming Dynasty Warriors-style Zelda game called Hyrule Warriors. The Wii U exclusive will feature a number of playable characters based around Nintendo's iconic franchise.
Amidst all the turmoil happening around the pro wrestling scene, AKI's WWF No Mercy managed to come out on top as one of the best wrestling games ever made and it was a perfect swan song for WWF games on the N64.
Lindsay Lohan is back to suing GTA's creators. EA lands in hot water again and we roll out the best Xbox One games to date. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
New information has surfaced indicating that Platinum Games' upcoming Bayonetta 2 – the Wii U exclusive due for release this October – may have multiple characters for players to choose from in the multiplayer cooperative mode.