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E3 2013 hints at Nintendo Wii U version of COD: Ghosts

E3 2013 hints at Nintendo Wii U version of COD: Ghosts

With a new Call of Duty game on the horizon we expect this upcoming title to brace all next-gen consoles including the Nintendo Wii U, although plenty of emphasis is being put on the PS4 and Xbox One versions. While COD: Ghosts looks set to continue this popular Call of Duty franchise, there’s no doubting the Wii U should be included as one of the main consoles out there, especially since it is mo... »

The Nintendo Wii Mini regarded as a step backwards

The Nintendo Wii Mini regarded as a step backwards

With reports suggesting the relatively new Wii U console is underselling, we are intrigued about next month’s UK release of the Nintendo Wii Mini. It seems this new cheaper model of the Wii will be available from March 22nd, after being introduced to Canada, but is this just a step backwards for Nintendo? It didn’t take long for those at Digital Foundry to open up the Wii Mini and check out what i... »

Limited Wii Mini features causes concern

Limited Wii Mini features causes concern

The lack of features for the new Nintendo Wii Mini has given cause for concern as recent reports give us the impression there is no SD card slot, so transferring saves is not possible, along with news that there will be no internet functionality. Additionally there will be no GameCube compatibility and it sounds like the console itself will also be limited to a specific territory this side of Chri... »

Wii Mini release divides opinion

Wii Mini release divides opinion

Nintendo’s new Wii Mini has caused plenty of discussions, especially with Holiday season coming up, while the Wii U console establishes itself on the market. However, this compact little version of the Wii in red and black seems to be a bargain for only $99, which we feel would make the ideal Christmas present, but we are under the impression Nintendo are not aiming to get the best out of this tim... »

Wii U Nintendo Network Account transfer issue

Wii U Nintendo Network Account transfer issue

Those of you who have gone through a few Microsoft and Sony consoles over the past six years have always been safe in the knowledge that you can transfer your existing system account to your new console via the internet, yet this doesn’t seem to be expected on the Wii U. The Nintendo Network ID you create will apparently be tied to your console, so those who lose theirs or buy another will not be ... »

GTA 5 for Wii U: Gamepad utilization possibilities

GTA 5 for Wii U: Gamepad utilization possibilities

For the Wii U to be taken seriously the platform will need the help of some big titles, Black Ops 2 is one such title but Grand Theft Auto V is another. While the former has already been confirmed it’s still left to rumors for the latter, but just imagine the Gamepad utilization possibilities if Rockstar were to support Nintendo’s upcoming console? While there will be some gamers who b... »

Review of readiness for Xenoblade Chronicles

Out this Friday on the Nintendo Wii, Xenoblade Chronicles is a title that gamers in North America will finally get the chance to experience, and we are interested to know what is thought and to be expected as we prepare for its release. There is also an informative video at the bottom of the post, which lets us in on the background of the story including how the game is played. An insight into the... »

Review of Mario Party 9 sales

With more focus on gameplay Mario Party 9 for the Wii is the first Mario Party game in the series to be developed by Nd Cube Co., as they take over development of the series from Hudson Soft. Although it has not been released all over the world we are keen to get an impression of what is expected along with news of sales. The party video game for the Wii is similar to previous titles with four pla... »

We Sing: Rock review roundup – Nintendo Wii

It’s that time of year when your console probably gets the most use and with a new edition to the We Sing series, we wanted to get an overall review of We Sing: Rock for the Nintendo Wii. For those who already own previous titles this could be the perfect addition. To start our review roundup we have looked at an article on Brash Games. In a similar style to, We Sing: UK Hits this version contains... »

Fortune/Boom Street: Wii review

Fortune Street or Boom Street as it is known in Europe is a computer board game series originally created by Dragon Quest designer Yuji Horii. Containing Mario and characters from Dragon Quest, we wanted to see what the thoughts are with a review on the Wii. In an article by Nintendo Life, the history of this game dates back to 1991 but it was only available in Japan, so this Wii version is the fi... »

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