Out of nowhere, Nintendo has made an official announcement that it will be launching its new console, the NX, in March of 2017. Not sure where this exactly came from, but I found out on the official Nintendo of America Twitter account.
For the past couple of console debuts, the launch line-ups have been mediocre at best. The 3DS, Wii U, PS4 Xbox One, and Vita have all had very poor list of games at launch. Perhaps the Playstation 4 and Xbox One don’t need strong games at launch, but Nintendo’s next console does. After the failure of the Wii U, which was at least partially related to the poor number of titles available at the time, Nintendo’s NX needs some very strong titles to sell people on the console, regardless of the mechanics within the console.
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During yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced there would be an HD remake of The Legend of the Zelda: Twilight Princess coming to the Wii U very soon.
Coming up to a less than stellar holiday season for the performing less than stellar Wii U, Nintendo is still working on some hot products; Zelda and Metroid. Zelda Wii U was advertised back at E3 2014, supposedly coming out in 2015. Since then, the title has been moved to TBA 2016. Metroid, on the other hand, has been given no significant news in regards to the Wii U. Now, we have some statements from Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of sales and marketing, Scott Moffitt. Continue reading “Nintendo Exec talks Zelda and Metroid Prime Wii U”
Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu recently published an issue featuring 10 pages on Xenoblade Chronicles X. The magazine, according to translators, showed many new details on the upcoming RPG for Wii U, including the ability to customize the player character. Players can choose skin color, hairstyle, eye color, and more. Players can also choose the voice for the player avatar from many different voice actors that will be announced later. Continue reading “New Details Revealed For Xenoblade Chronicles X”
Today, on Nintendo’s Facebook, it was revealed that more 8-player stages would be available. These stages will automatically be added with the most recent patch, which you can download now. Although, Nintendo announced 15 new stages for 8-player Smash, they’re all old stages, now able to be played with 8 players. There are 9 regular stages and 6 Omega stages now playable. Continue reading “Nintendo Announces More 8-Player Stages in Smash Wii U”
The Pokemon fighting game that is being developed by Namco Bandai has recenly shown some new details about the game. Three new Pokemon have been shown: Pikachu, Gardevoir, and Suicune, alongside the already revealed Machamp and Lucario. Continue reading “Pokken Tournament Video Shows Three New Fighters”