Remember Castle Rock from the Rayman Legends demo? You leaped, punched and floated your way through an auto-scrolling level to a playful take on the song Black Betty. In the full game, which launches on Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 30th August, there’ll be a rendition of Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger for you to bounce along to. You can check it out in the latest trailer, below.
Since its release on iOS and Android last year, Neko Entertainment has ported and re-released Kung Fu Rabbit on Wii U, via the Nintendo eShop. It’s only £4.49, but if you’re still wary about splashing the cash on a relatively unknown title, you can get a feel for the game as we play through its opening ten stages below:
Kung Fu Rabbit is out now in the European eShop, while North American gamers can expect it to arrive in their region on 4th May.
With Runner2 out on all platforms in both European and North American regions (with the exception of PSN in Europe), we thought it’d be a good idea to make a series of YouTube videos in which we show you how to complete each and every level of the game on the hardest difficulty; collecting all gold, treasure chests, and taking the hardest routes. Here it is [work in progress]:
This is our first attempt at a video walkthrough, so your feedback would be of a huge benefit to us. Likewise, if there’s any specific video content you’d like to see, do get in touch via our Contact Form.
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As announced last week, Ubisoft is bringing Splinter Cell: Blacklist to Wii U - alongside other high-profile releases Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch_Dogs. In this latest trailer, you can watch the series’ protagonist, Sam Fisher, brutally murder his adversaries using a number of stealthy techniques. Continue reading
After announcing its localisation in January, publisher Namco Bandai has released a brand-new trailer for Project X Zone, which confirms that the exclusive 3DS title will be hitting European shores on 5th July. Continue reading
Capcom’s Wii U port of Resident Evil: Revelations comes with an additional difficulty level – Infernal – aimed at those that mastered last year’s brilliant Nintendo 3DS game. Ahead of its May release date, here’s a trailer showing off its “harder campaign difficulty” and “remixed enemy placement”:
You can pre-order Resident Evil: Revelations for Wii U here.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s free demo hit the Nintendo eShop on both Wii U and 3DS today, ahead of the game’s launch in a month’s time. Eager to share our (lack of) Monster Hunting skills with you then, we’ve recorded the first half of the demo, which sees us (barely) take on the Lagombi – a giant, rabbit-like beast that was harder to defeat than its status as an ‘Easy Quest’ had us believe.
Be sure to check back tomorrow, when we’ll have even more juicy, 1080p Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate footage.
Tecmo Koei’s Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 launched on Wii U earlier this month as an eShop-exclusive. The game’s a little pricey at £50, so we’ve put together a little video of its opening twenty minutes, offering you a look at what it’s all about ahead of our upcoming review.
We’ve played through a few of Zen Pinball’s trial tables – Plants vs. Zombies, V12, Ghost Rider, Mars and Paranormal. They’re all available to download via the eShop, either as free trials, or paid full versions, but you can check out our video below for a quick glimpse.
In our penultimate Wii U demo video – until more are added to the eShop, of course – we show off some of FIFA 13′s local multiplayer gameplay, and prove just how terrible we are at sports games!
Between tomorrow’s upload of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed footage and the upcoming Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate demo, feel free to let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see on our YouTube channel via our contact form, or the comments section below.