From Sonic to Batman, an old school Pokemon game to an old school Mario Kart, there’s a little something for everyone in this week’s batch of goodies for Nintendo consoles.
Nintendo released a bit more info about one of the more highly anticipated and very secret open-world JRPG from Monolith Soft. The name of the game is Xenoblade Chronicles X and the concept of the game is pretty ambitious.
It’s a pretty busy week on Nintendo platforms, with plenty of goodies available on the physical and digital marketplaces for both the Wii U and 3DS consoles. Just in time for Halloween, there may even be a few noteworthy treats to be found in the mix, including a new Harvest Moon game and a classic Kirby adventure.
Bayonetta 2 arrived in North America and Europe on Friday. The reviews suggest that Wii U gamers will be very happy with their new exclusive.
This week's Nintendo update is all about living the type of life you want to live, be it an adventurer, a vampire hunter or a genie on a quest to overthrow a horde of evil pirates. It's not an especially busy week for games on Nintendo consoles, but what's there certainly has some meat on its bones.
Mario Kart 8's first DLC is loaded with nostalgia. The add-on, coming in November, features familiar faces and locations.
A new release date has been set for Project CARS. The game is now due for launch on March 20th, 2015 for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. No word yet on whether or not the Wii U version will have been affected by this decision, but in a way I think some gamers can take a sigh of relief knowing that they won't have to juggle so many games to buy this fall season.
Just in time for Halloween, the Nintendo Wii U is getting a pair of games perfectly suited to the spirit of the season, including a dark indie adventure game for the eShop and a trip to Dracula’s living castle on the Virtual Console.
October is here, which means it’s time for a spooktacular crop of new game offerings as part of the Nintendo Rewards program. Get pumped for two new Wii U games, a pair of regular ole’ Wii games and four offerings for the Nintendo 3DS.
If you really want to get in on one of the most over-the-top action games due for release this fall, you can grab a taste of the action with a demo. What demo am I talking about? Bayonetta 2. The game is currently available in Japan and it's due for release at the end of the month in North America and Europe, but you can sample some of the gameplay today.
Other than a new (old) Castlevania game hitting the Wii U Virtual Console and the latest adventure starring Pac-Man and his hauntly homies, there's not a heck of a lot of new content coming out on Nintendo consoles this week. Prepare to be underwhelmed.
November 21st is the official release date for Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U. The game will mark the next big AAA exclusive from Nintendo that's expected to help their console move pretty big units this holiday season. And if Mario Kart 8 was anything to go by, Nintendo could be looking at the dollar signs pile up for them this fall.
There's a growing repository of world records for Mario Kart 8 on the Wii U. Not only is it a growing list, it's a visual history defined by users blasting through various tracks on the competitive racer where players from around the world are setting records using some crazy techniques to cut whatever corners they can to set the fastest time possible.
There's been plenty of debates about whether or not the Wii U is truly “next-gen” and debates about whether or not resolution and frame-rate actually matter. In a very strange bit of news, two upcoming games for different systems will be running the same specs while pushing for high-end visual fidelity.
A performance analysis has gone live for the original Bayonetta on the Wii U versus the seventh generation consoles. The dual-screen version went head-to-head with the Xbox 360 and PS3, and the results are kind of funny.