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Wii U One Of The Most Accessible Consoles On The Market, Says DAGERS
Reviews for the new generation home entertainment consoles are rolling in from all over the web. One series of reviews unfolding for Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo's latest consoles comes from the DAGER System, a website dedicated to disabled gamers and video game accessibility. Interestingly enough, the Wii U ranked quite high in their review of the system.
Nintendo Gears Up For Holiday Sales
Tis the season to be merry, and what could be merrier than a bunch of deals, bundles and discounts coming out of the Nintendo camp? In honor of Thanksgiving, the Big N is offering up quite a few specials gamers might want to take note of, and most of these won’t even require you to set up a tent outside your nearest Best Buy in order to make good on it, either.
Nintendo Getting Serious About Marketing Wii U In 2014
Thanks to the help of the Xbox One's DRM and a very strong line-up of games in 2014, Nintendo is back on track and Nintendo of America's president, Reggie Fils-Aime, makes it known that Nintendo is in it to win it... in 2014.
Project CARS: Track Days Trailer Showcases A True Next-Gen Racer
While Sony and Microsoft fanboys squabble over scraps from sub-par outings, barely-there 1080p and not-quite-60fps titles, PC gamers get to bask in the greatness of unrestricted hardware limitations, and independent games that can break boundaries and push the limits of interactive entertainment ingenuity.
Xbox One Sells A Million Units In One Day
Coming out to swing gloves and throw haymakers, Microsoft finally has some good PR that doesn't involve shooting their own feet off: The Xbox One has successfully sold through one million SKUs in just 24 hours. Impressive.
Xbox One Launch Titles Obliterated By Wii U Launch Titles On Metacritic
The Xbox One is now the third and final eighth generation home console on the market, competing with Sony's hardware-superior PlayStation 4 and Nintendo's software-superior Wii U. While we already have proof of the former, proof of the latter comes into play when comparing the Metacritic scores of Xbox One launch titles and Wii U launch titles.
Super Mario 3D World And The Legend Of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Hit Nintendo Consoles This Week
Even with Sony releasing the PlayStation 4 last week and Microsoft launching the Xbox One as of today, Nintendo wants gamers to remember that 1) Their consoles exist and, 2) They still pack a mean punch from time to time when it comes to the games you can play on them. Quite a few of the year’s biggest Nintendo titles are available this week, including a new Zelda game and a new Mario Bros. game. Yowza.
PS4 Launch Titles Murdered By Wii U Launch Titles On Metacritic
Remember the Wii U's exclusive launch line-up? You know, games like New Super Mario Bros. U? Nintendo Land? ZombiU? Well, guess what? They own the PS4's line-up. Yup, those aforementioned games have put a whooping to the PlayStation 4's launch line-up... if we're going by Metacritic scores.
River City Ransom, Zelda Discounts Hit Nintendo Consoles This Week
It’s a pretty busy week on the Nintendo eShop, though most of the buzz will likely be focused on a 20-plus-year-old game and a discount on titles featuring a pointy-eared hero in a green cap.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Single-Player Review: Logan, Do The Things!
Logan, let me tell you about the Ghosts. Never mind, everything's on fire! Run from the fire! Press A to vault over objects. Dodge that tree!
Weekly Recap Nov 9th: Resolutiongate, Doritocracy, Microsoft And The Xbox One
You can chalk this up as the week conspiracy theorists and tin-foil hat wearers finally got the coin they've been fishing for. With the advent of “Resolutiongate” and the emergence of the Doritocracy, gamers flamed and raged and exploded like never before. A lot of this came to a head over Microsoft and the defense force out to protect the Xbox One's resolution issues
Wii Sports Club, Little Else Hit Nintendo Consoles This Week
It’s a bit of a slow week on the ole Nintendo storefront, with only a couple of “big name” titles hitting the Wii U and 3DS, and I’m being pretty kind using the words “big game” when it comes to the likes of Wii Sports Club. Otherwise, you can expect the usual dose of older games finally making their way to the digital marketplace, a Nintendo classic or two, and the requisite number of small games nobody has ever heard of.
Zelda, Metroid, An Armadillo Join Club Nintendo Lineup For November
A new month has officially begun, which means Club Nintendo has a brand new batch of games on offer for players to enjoy in exchange for those sweet, sweet CN Coins. This month’s offerings include a hero in a green cap, a roll-happy armadillo, and a bounty hunter trapped on an alien planet.
Wii U Sales Explode In Japan Following Wii Party U Release
Oh yeah, the Big 'N' is starting turn up the heat and find their place in the market with the Wii U now. The great part about this story is that it's mostly about how Nintendo got their groove back after falling out of grace in the console arena throughout most of the year.
Project CARS Coming To Xbox One, PS4 And SteamOS
Thinking that one of the greatest upcoming racing games couldn't get any better, Slightly Mad Studios goes and makes an announcement that Project CARS will get better because it's coming to the Xbox One, PS4 and Steam's recently announced SteamOS.