Continuing in the “Year of Luigi” promotion, Nintendo recently announced their latest New Super Mario Bros. game that completely removes Mario from the picture! Instead, Luigi takes his spot in the limelight for the 3rd time in New Super Luigi U.
When it first came out for the 3DS, Resident Evil: Revelations was a very well received game. Many Resident Evil fans saw it as a return to the roots of the series. This is due to the fact that the game features tight corridors, low lighting, tank controls, and a very creepy atmosphere. Many of us were very excited to hear Capcom was porting the game to the major consoles as well as PC. This hype is also due to the fact that Capcom has been producing excellent ports lately, particularly with their PC ports of Resident Evil 6 and Devil May Cry.
Resident Evil 6 may have been a disappointment for the most hardcore Resident Evil fans, but not every game in the series has strayed completely away from that original feel. The demo for Resident Evil: Revelations, which will be hitting the console scene next week, was given pretty decent reviews as a 3DS title.
It's almost May, and that means horror is on the way once again. The revamped and improved version of the 3DS game Resident Evil: Revelations will be coming out later next month for all major consoles and PC. Like the 3DS original that came out some time ago, this version of Revelations will also come with a playable demo. ...
While Rayman fans were undoubtedly shafted from grabbing Rayman Legends on Wii U earlier this year, we’ve finally been given some sort of compensation for having to wait. Released today, gamers can download the special “Rayman Legends Challenge App” on Wii U and hold off their Rayman Legends appetite until the game’s official release this summer.
Earlier this year Ubisoft announced that Rayman Legends would be delayed until September. Also earlier this year, Wii U owners shed a tear as the once exclusive game sold itself out the other big consoles. But really, can you blame Rayman? PS3 totally just put a pool in the backyard, and Xbox 360 has a jacuzzi. So, you know, sorry babe.
Gamers who love their stealth shooters will be happy to hear that some Splinter Cell Blacklist Wii U details have been revealed over the last few days. Anyone who's a of that GamePad controller will be using it like a secondary set of eyes, utilizing it to command various gadgets, as well as to do other actions with both the touchscreen and motion control features.
Good news for Monster Hunter fans today. The Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate has been patched today to include off-screen play and cross-region support. Players will be able to take their monster hunting skills with them on the go with the Wii U Gamepad. Whether this will be a better experience than playing on the 3DS will remain up to the player.
In news that probably shocks no one, Sega has officially confirmed that the Wii U version of Aliens: Colonial Marines is no longer in development. The latest Aliens game, developed by Gearbox and published by Sega, came out mid February of this year on PS3, 360, and PC; however, the promised Wii U version was conspicuously absent from Q1 2013. There was no comment by Sega or Demiurge (the developer in charge of the Wii U port) then about its absence, leading to speculation about the port's cancellation. Today it's official: there's no plans of it ever happening.
Most would agree that the Wii U loading screens haven’t been the most convenient for gamers. However, Nintendo is doing major work to improve on their system and remedy the situation. An upcoming Wii U system update will help to fix problem and speed up the load times between menus and returning to the home screen.
Monster Hunter games have always piqued our curiosity due to their massive bestiary and strong co-op community, but we haven't put one through its paces before. That's about to change, as we've checked out both the WiiU and 3DS versions of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Will the co-op goodness shine through, or will we be stuck grinding for materials? Let's find out!
A few days ago, Capcom announced some specifics regarding the latest iteration of Resident Evil: Revelations for the Wii U. The game will feature use of the Gamepad by transforming it into a map and weapon inventory for the player. Revelations will also integrate with Miiverse. Players will have the ability to post messages and tips for other players on how to overcome obstacles in their path.
Well, the day has finally come and passed, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is officially available to hunters across the nation. While you wait for our review, you might be interested in the tangible differences that set this version of Monster Hunter apart from Monster Hunter Tri on the WIi. Luckily, the folks over at Capcom-Unity have you covered. A few days ago a Capcom employee by the name of "Yuri" detailed some of the specifics of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate.
Who needs a TV when your controller's got a screen? The Wii U's Off-TV Play feature allows supported games to be played on the tablet-like gamepad. As long as the Wii U is receiving power and you're within range, you don't even need a television. Perfect for those ugly moments when the TV is being used for a Glee marathon. Oh, the horror...
Skylanders might have more insane competition in the near future. The upcoming Wii U Pokémon game coming out in Japan will have the same sort of toy accessories that Skylanders has been known for, only with mega-popular Pokémon characters.
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