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New Wii U Bundle Features The Brothers Mario
Nintendo is gearing up to launch a brand new Wii U bundle sporting the publisherís most dynamic of duos, Mario Mario and brother Luigi Mario. The Wii U Deluxe Set will hit store shelves on Nov. 1, backing the console and copy of the games New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U, all for $299.99.
Skylanders Swap Force Now Available
Skylanders Swap Force, the third entry in the toy-based adventure game series, has arrived in North America. Gamers can pick up the game on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, Wii or Nintendo 3DS.
Just Dance 2014 Leads Charge For This Week's Nintendo Releases
It's a somewhat mixed bag on the Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console this week with a handful of games making their way to the digital storefronts, but now huge standouts...Unless you like shaking your groove thang, that is.
Disney Infinity: Toy Box App Now Available On iOS
If you're looking to take your Disney Infinity experience on the go with you, or perhaps you'd like a free way to see what a large chunk of the game's content is all about, then you might want to fire up the ole iPad and get to downloading the Disney Infinity: Toy Box app, as it's available now.
Weekly Recap Sept 7th: Timesplitters On PS4, Diablo 3 Reviews, PC Master Race Falls
Timesplitters Rewind is confirmed to be in development for the PS4, Diablo 3 fares better on console than PC and the Steam survey results don't look good for PC gamers. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Americans Only Spend $2.88 Billion On Games In Q2; Gamers Saving For Next-Gen
Results, both physical and digital, have been released for video game spending in the second quarter of this year and it's not looking too pretty (if you're an investor). Spending is down by 3% compared to the previous year during the same quarter, and Americans only spent $2.88 billion on games, down from $2.97 billion in the previous year.
Mega Man's Creator Heads To Kickstarter To Make The Game Capcom Never Will
Want a new Mega Man game that's good? Are you waiting on Capcom to deliver that game? Well, your great, great, great grandkids will be dust and bones before that ever happens. However, the father of Mega Man, the man that turned the Blue Bomber into a legend has thrown aside the pettiness of publisher pride and has gone back to the source of his power and creativity... the gamers.
Super Smash Bros Headlines Upcoming Apex Tournament In 2014
The Fighting Game Community (or FGC for short) has been making waves lately in the gaming community (for better and sometimes for worse) but today is one of those days where it's for the better. Apex Series has announced that they will be hosting a tournament next year that will bridge the gap between the FGC's greats and the FGC legends.
Nintendo Wii U Trailer Previews Exclusive AAA Titles
Worried about the Big 'N's line-up of AAA titles for the Wii U? Well don't. They're fine. Nintendo released a new trailer to remind people why they've been in the game for so long and what core gamers have to look forward to for the Wii U throughout the remainder of this year and the early half of next year.
Nintendo Rewards Program Gets Four New Games For August
Itís a new month, which means itís also time for a new crop of goodies being offered in the Club Nintendo Rewards program. Four new offerings are being made available for the next 30 days, including two games for the 3DS and another two for the Wii.
Oddworld Dev Says Nintendo Is Fantastic To Work With
More good news coming out for the Nintendo camp as Oddworld Inhabitant's design director and Just Add Water CEO, Stewart Gilray had some positive... very positive things to say about the Big 'N' and their new focus on independent developers and original game titles.
Liege, Kickstarted JRPG Could Appear On Wii U
Developers Coda Games has recently had their independently designed JRPG, Liege, officially Kickstarted. The game is also looking for additional support via Steam's Greenlight. However, Coda Games isn't content with leaving their game on the PC platform, they would love to explore a potential release on the Wii U.
Nintendo Elite Status Rewards Are Announced
The 2013 Nintendo Elite Status gifts have finally been announced, rewarding all of those who have been purchasing oodles of Nintendo products throughout the year with free swag or, if they choose, a free game.
China Finally Lifting Ban On Video Game Consoles
If you live in mainland China and you're a pretty big advocate of interactive entertainment, your only outlets and options have been bootleg copies and poor man's pirated ports from shady shack vendors and principle-meandering peddlers of a potentially nefarious position. Well, you no longer have to worry about getting your games from dark alleyways and illegal fight dens, because China is lifting their ban on video game consoles...sort of.
Why Nintendo Killed The Wii Vitality Sensor
Five years ago, Nintendo announced an interesting peripheral called the Wii Vitality Sensor. This device, which fit over the user's fingertip and measured their pulse and level of relaxation, was never released to stores. In a new question-and-answer session with investors, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata explained why the device was shelved.