Tag Archives: Wii U
The Xenoblade Chronicles X Show is back with a host of new details on the amazing combat system this game employs! Details on Overclock Gear, Break and Topple!
“According to Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda on Wii U should be out this year. However, we barely know any details! But what DO we know? Lee (@TheLastMetroid) analyses what little information we have.”
We’ve got a host of new combat details for Xenoblade Chronicles X. Read all the new info past the link.
“Check out Splatoon’s new Blackbelly Skatepark map in the Turf War multiplayer mode in the this direct-feed gameplay video, all at 1080p 60fps!”
Tilmen from Nintendomination has received information that Nintendo is working on Animal Crossing for the Wii U. The game will apparently launch in 2016.
“What isn’t Nintendo telling us? Alex is just as curious as you about Nintendo’s upcoming splat-em-up and he wants YOU to speculate about what may yet happen.”
IGN has uploaded one full match of Turf War in Splatoon. The player is using the ink roller weapon and it looks completely awesome!
With full previews of Splatoon coming from IGN and GameSpot, Nintendo Everything has rounded up the details in one post. Splatoon is bursting with style and content, more info on the game past the link.
“Nintendo announces things, and the press make up whatever they want in the process. Time to establish some standards.”
Source: Shadow Fox Infinte
Nintendo has revealed a brand new trailer for Splatoon showing off new states for multiplayer. See the action below.
Via: Nintendo Everything
Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime is hoping that Splatoon has the same genre-defining effect Mario Kart had on racing games.
- Splatoon is “aiming to do for action shooters what Mario Kart did for racing.”
- this is a “major” new IP for Nintendo
- the game is “not just about kills. It’s designed to be fun no matter what your skill level is.”
In previews with ProJared and GameXplain, a Nintendo of America rep confirmed Splatoon will not have voice chat in the game. In a previous interview, one of the Japanese developers stated that Splatoon will not have communication between random players. However, it seems that lack of voice communication will be extending to the whole game, and not just online random matches.
It’s disappointing for sure, but Nintendo says “a lot of the communication aspects come through your actions.” Nintendo also went on to explain that through the use of the Gamepad, you’ll know exactly what to do and how to aid your teammates. Finally, Nintendo added in they “want the game to be enjoyed by as many people as possible.” These comments come from an interview Corey from Nintendo had with ProJared. The online voice chat questions comes at 7:15 in the video.
It seems like Nintendo is worried about kids or online harassment that voice chat brings. At least that’s what I get from Corey’s last comment.
“A special Splatoon preview for the Wii U! This game got a lot of attention at E3, and Nintendo was kind enough to give me a closer look, including single player!”
“Check out Splatoon’s single-player story mode in this direct-feed gameplay video showcasing chapter 5, Floating Sponge Garden, all at 1080p 60fps!”
“A Splatoon Interview with Corey from the Nintendo Treehouse! I’m joined by The Completionist as we ask questions after some hands-on time with the game.”
ProJared was invited to Nintendo’s headquarters in Seattle to play a bunch of Splatoon matches. In this video, he plays one of the main modes for Splatoon’s multiplayer, Turf War.
“GameXplain visited Nintendo’s HQ to go hands-on with Splatoon for over 5-hours! Find out all about the Single-Player story mode, Inkapolis Plaza, multiplayer modes like Splat Zones & Turf War, new weapons, online details, and tons more, including new gameplay video, in our in-depth Splatoon video preview on the Wii U!”
M. Productions is back with a brand new analysis on Star Fox Wii U.
Source: M. Productions