Mutant Mudds began life as an indie platformer exclusive to the 3DS eShop back in 2011. Since then, the title’s appeared on various other platforms, with new content thrown in for releases on PC and Wii U. Continue reading
It’s official! The Girl and the Robot has surpassed its $25,000 stretch goal, meaning a Wii U port is imminent! Whether it’ll arrive in the eShop alongside the Steam release has yet to be confirmed, although it’s hard to complain when yet another ambitious indie project is confirmed for the platform. If you’d like to support the devs further, there’s still another fourteen hours* for you to make a pledge here.
The Girl and the Robot is a third-person action adventure title currently heading to PC, Mac and Linux thanks to its Kickstarter supporters raising over $23,000. With less than one day remaining on the campaign, Nintendo fans need only raise another $200* to ensure a console-exclusive release on the Wii U eShop. Continue reading
While European and North American puzzle game fanatics are still enjoying the puzzles on offer in Picross E3 - which arrived on the 3DS eShop in Western territories little over a week ago – owners of Japanese 3DS systems now have the chance to delve into the 3DS-exclusive sub-series’ fourth instalment. Continue reading
At the moment, Wii Sports Club is a downloadable collection of mini-games taken from the Wii’s pack-in title, Wii Sports, with its visuals and motion controls brought up-to-date with HD graphics and MotionPlus support by Namco Bandai. Continue reading
If you’re interested in Bravely Default - the 3DS RPG heading to the Europe next month – you’ll want to check out this video. The latest trailer offers a short demonstration of the upcoming title’s gameplay, story, visuals and its stunning soundtrack.
With Wii Fit U out last week, Nintendo’s continuing its apparent push to target the Wii U towards casual gamers with this week’s release of two Wii Sports Club mini-games. Bowling and Tennis are the first two reskinned Wii games to arrive as part of this package – you can pick up a Wii Sports Club Day Pass for £1.79, offering you twenty-four hours of gameplay from any of the available sports, or buy each sport individually for £8.99.
It’s worth noting that these games have been outsourced to Namco Bandai, where HD graphics, MotionPlus controls and online multiplayer have been integrated into the experience. Continue reading
The debut trailer for upcoming 3DS shooter IronFall has been posted online by developer VD-Dev.
There’s not much in the way of actual gameplay, although – for the techy types – the developer takes pride in sharing plenty of impressive specifications, and we do get a glimpse at the impressive visuals we can expect to see when the game launches in Spring 2014.
Codemasters has finally confirmed a launch window for F1 Race Stars: Powered Up Edition for Wii U.
The enhanced and upgraded Wii U port of last year’s racer was revealed back in March, before going pretty much ignored by Codemasters until it was listed in a weekly eShop update a couple of months back. This release date listing was, however, confirmed to be a mistake, before dropping back off the radar. A press release from Codemasters today has revealed that the game has not been forgotten, and will arrive as an eShop-exclusive in December.
Shin’en Multimedia has announced a brand-new racer for Wii U. It’s a sequel to WiiWare’s FAST – Racing League, sharing the developer’s latest Nano Assault game’s sub-title.
FAST Racing NEO is heading to the Nintendo eShop on Wii U next year, and if the studio’s recent efforts are any indication, we’ll be in for a treat in terms of both visuals and gameplay.
Alongside other 3DS-exclusive features, such as an optional stylus-oriented control scheme and camera angles optimised for the 3DS’s smaller display, it’s been confirmed that the upcoming port will also boast support for the Circle Pad Pro accessory.
Retro City Rampage is scheduled to hit the 3DS eShop later in the year.