Category Archives: Wii U
Trine is a pretty big franchise, and it seems it’s doing well on Nintendo’s hardware as well. Finnish developer Frozenbyte has stated they are pleased with the sales of Trine: Enchanted Edition for Wii U. Trine: Enchanted Edition takes the graphics enhancements of the Trine 2 engine but features the original game’s story and characters. Trine 3 was recently announced, so perhaps that game could come to Wii U at some point, or the Nintendo NX. Via: Wii U Daily
It looks like Atlus will have something to show at tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct. The firm re-tweeted the news of the direct on Twitter. There has been a little tease that Attack on Titan will be localized for the Nintendo 3DS. In what might be a long shot, MAYBE, JUST MAYBE we get the first trailer for Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem……pretty please. Via: Nintendo Everything
“SteamWorld Heist is a game about space adventures and strategic shoot-outs. Play as Captain Piper and recruit a team of rag-tag robots to explore and scavenge the remains of a destroyed world. Board enemy spaceships and command your crew in a unique variety of turn-based combat, where the outcome is determined purely by your own skills.”
The Mushroom Kingdom tour continues with MARIO in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U’s FOR GLORY online mode! Subscribe to PlayerEssence for more awesome content!
This one is pretty much a given, but Nintendo will not be discussing the Nintendo NX or mobile games. The Japanese Nintendo Direct listing gave them a little more details. This Nintendo Direct will focus on games coming through summer on 3DS and Wii U. Via: Nintendo Everything
“Another Nintendo Direct is arriving on April 1st (no joke!), and we give our predictions for what Nintendo will announce. Will we finally see Mewtwo in action? And what about the new Mario Kart 8 DLC with Villager and Isabelle? And will we finally learn more about Mario Maker and Yoshi’s Wooly World, or maybe Star Fox Wii U?”
Nintendo has announced they will be hosting a Nintendo Direct on April 1st, 2015 at 6 P.M. ET/ 3 P.M. PT. The Direct will focus on upcoming Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games. Afterwards, the Treehouse team will be featuring on of their Spring releases in a presentation. I’m not saying the leak is real, but hey…. they got the date right.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 31, 2015
Francis from PlayerEssence discusses the leaked Nintendo Direct list, and specifically Star Fox Wii U, Zelda Wii U’s delay and the Nintendo NX.
“Check out Splatoon’s new multi-player mode: Splat Zones in Saltspray Rig with this direct-feed gameplay video, all at 1080p 60fps!”
Shane Satterfield, former editor-in-chief over at GameTrailers has started up his own venture into the gaming press. SIFTD GAMES is Shane’s own channel, he Marcus Beer discuss a host of gaming related topics in this video podcast below.
Source: SIFTD Games
There is a rumor going around that Nintendo will be hosting a Direct on April Fools’ day, April 1st. Now I don’t know if this rumor is true or not but I figured some might want to hear about it. Apparently, it was leaked through a German Nintendo Europe employee. You can find all the rumored games and info below. This includes Star Fox, Splatoon, Devil’s Third details and more.
The latest most wanted games from Famitsu readers is here. Final Fantasy 15 leads the way, followed by Bravely Second, Persona 5, Kingdom Hearts III, Fire Emblem 3DS, Metal Gear Solid 5, Xenoblade Chronicles X and more. Get the full top 30 below.
Check out this new image and video for Splatoon. More details over at Nintendo Everything.
“In the latest Nintendo Rants, Shawn Long takes a look at those saying the Wii U is dead and that The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will end up on the Nintendo NX. Be sure to subscribe for more great content!”
Source: Nintendo Enthusiast
Unseen64’s Liam Robertson has given a few new details on the cancelled ZombiU 2. The big thing is the title would have included co-op. Get a list of other facts below.
Game Informer polled their Wii U readers to see what game they are most excited for, and Xenoblade Chronicles X was the top game. This was followed by Star Fox Wii U then Splatoon. You can see the full feature over at Game Informer. I’ll be having my own poll for each console this week!
My thoughts on Nintendo “Going Mobile” and their announced “NX” platform.
Source: Mizzah Tee
Splatoon Q&A: Your Questions Answered! (Load Times, Ink Colors, Single-Player, & more!) – GameXplain
“We answer your questions about Splatoon in our Q&A video! We cover controls, ink color, more on single-player and the hub world, loading times, multiplayer modes, and much, much more! Seriously, there’s a ton of questions here!”
“Taken from Xenoblade Chronicles 3D NicoNico livestream on March 28th, 2015.”
The Game Grumps take on one of their hardest games yet, Ninja Gaiden on the NES! This one is worth a watch if you haven’t seen it!
With the news that The Legend of Zelda Wii U has been delayed to 2015 and it will be a no-show at this year’s E3, many are wondering what Nintendo will show at the June expo this year. In a new statement to IGN, Nintendo says they will focus on games for 2015 at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
“As Mr. Aonuma announced, The Legend of Zelda game for Wii U is no longer targeted as a 2015 release. Rather than sticking to a specific schedule, the team wants to make this the most complete and the best game it can possibly be. The new launch timing has not yet been determined. Because we’d like to focus on developing the game, we aren’t planning on showing it at this year’s E3, where we will be highlighting games launching in 2015. We will let you know when we’re ready to share more specifics.”
I’m banking that with the Zelda Wii U delay, Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem gets fast tracked to this year, but hey… we have no clue what Nintendo has up their sleeves.