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The Darksiders 2 for Wii U release seems to the latest game for the console setting the trend of including DLC on-disc.
If you are looking for the launch titles that will be available on Wii U on day 1, look no further – this is one of the most complete lists
It’s official – Nintendo’s Wii U can be finally pre-ordered from various online retailers
Information from Video Game Product Distribution (VPD), that supplies retailers with products, listed three models of Wii U. The prices apparently begin at $249, a price we expected, rising to over $300.
The new Zelda every Nintendo fan is waiting for will not be released until 2014 – but it looks pretty darn cool
News of Trine 2: Director’s Cut for Wii U running at a 1080p resolution suggested other games will follow, and hinted towards exciting possibilities for Nintendo’s next-generation console. Mass Effect 3 Wii U isn’t going to be a title, instead running at 720p, so perhaps it reflects how most Wii U games will look.
Steve Lycett, producer on Sega and All-Stars Racing Transformed developed by Sumo Digital, spoke to Official Nintendo Magazine recently and described the internal hardware of Wii U as surprising. The power of Nintendo’s next-generation console is a subject of much discussion, so hopefully people will shut up for now.
September 13, 2012, is when Nintendo will be holding an event in New York City for the press. While Nintendo didn’t specify the content, we’re probably going to get details on the launch date and/or pricing.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is probably coming to Wii U, Nintendo’s next-generation gaming console, though it isn’t confirmed. Officially, anyway, because a quality assurance (QA) tester revealed on his LinkedIn profile that he is playing the Wii U version!
Nintendo’s next-generation gaming console, called the Wii U, does not have a specific release date or price. We don’t know when the detail will be revealed, either, but a retail store tipster speaking to Kotaku Australia claims December 6 is the date to pencil in.
If you were hoping a new emerging challenger would be Hiatchi in the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS instalments of the next Super Smash Bros. title, you’re out of luck. The head of the series, Masahiro Sakurai, is lukewarm about including superfluous characters.