Following on from the massive launch of Animal Crossing last week, Nintendo have another major week in-store. This time, for Wii U.
If there’s one major franchise that’s yet to explore the possibilites of DLC, it’s The Legend of Zelda. But if a recent interview with the team at Nintendo Life is anything to go by, that’s about to change.
*facepalm* Director Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed to Joystiq that the 3DS and Wii U version of Super Smash Bros will not allow users to fight one another on their respective systems.
Breathe a sigh of relief, Nintendo lovers. Call of Duty: Ghosts is officially coming to Wii U.
JAW Ltd have announced that both Stranger’s Wrath and New & Tasty are coming to Wii U next year.
For many Wii U owners, miiverse is the console’s killer app – and in this game starved period Nintendo have wisely chosen to constantly update and tweak it. But why let Wii U owners have all the fun? You may… Read More »
Season Passes are a statement of intent from developers to gamers. They are a financial contract put in place to progress a game; continuing to produce content post launch. However, things don’t always go to plan, and as a result of that important… Read More »
Announced today via the games’ official twitter account, the first batch of DLC for Injustice: Gods Among Us, released earlier this week on both the Playstation Network and XBLA, will be coming to the WiiU. The first lot of DLC… Read More »
You know that Angry Birds game you were playing on your laptop? With Rovio Account, you can now ‘sync’ up and continue your progress on your iPhone.