Minecraft has basically released for every major platform except for Nintendo's platforms. A lot of gamers felt as if the game would be a perfect fit for the Wii U or even the 3DS, but the game has never appeared on either of Nintendo's current offerings. The reason? It may have something to do with the install base and the update process.
Itís certainly been a busy morning for Nintendo. Along with announcing this weekís content for the current 3DS and Wii U consoles, the publisher has now pulled back the curtain on a brand new 3DS and 3DS XL model.
Nintendo has revealed that Mario Kart 8 will be receiving extensive DLC in the coming months. These add-ons will introduce characters and locations from other popular Nintendo franchises.
A new leak has gone viral concerning the alleged complete roster for Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS. The roster list and some of the images showcase some of what gamers can expect from the upcoming fighting title from Nintendo.
Well, boys and girls, Iíve got some good news and Iíve gone some bad news in regards to the weekly content update for Nintendo platforms. The good news is that Mega Man 6 is being added to the Wii U virtual console this week. The bad news is that we still have another week to wait before the homage to the Blue Bomber, Azure Striker Gunvolt, finally gets here.
Ubisoft's CEO recently made some inflammatory comments about the Wii U, noting that the system just isn't much of a carrier for mature-rated games and that the audience isn't there to support them.
You won't be able to drive hovertanks or hoverbikes on Wii U this fall. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developer Sledgehammer Games confirmed on Twitter that the game isn't being developed for that console.
Itís mostly crickets at Camp Nintendo this week, with only a pair of new Virtual Console games coming to the Wii U, along with a handful of sales and smaller releases for the Big Nís home and portable consoles. But, hey, at least Mega Man makes another appearance!
Itís another slow summer week in the Nintendo camp, but at least the Wii U is getting a pair of pretty sweet Virtual Console games featuring a kart racing plumber and the Blue Bomber himself, Mega Man.
Beginning August 27th, the Japanese version of Mario Kart 8 will be updated with tons of new features and content. Nintendo is committed to bringing enhanced gameplay and interactive experiences to Mario Kart 8, in an attempt to maintain consumer appeal and community interest.
Gather round, children, and hear my tale of a bountiful Club Nintendo harvest, featuring eight grand titles from generations past and present, all ready to be played on your Wii, Wii U or 3DS console.
The first week of August offers a handful of new titles for both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, but nothing thatís likely to set the world on fire. Get ready for some semi-old-school Mega Man action and a bunch of smaller titles to pad out the roster.
The strong sales isn't just some sort of anomaly that's taking place, it's also attached to market trends that show a strong interest from gamers the world around... if Google Trends are anything to go by.
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.
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.