Nintendo doesn’t always publish M-rated games. But when it does, it gives the PlayStation and Xbox versions a run for their money.
Eurogamer.net reported on three comparison videos for the original Bayonetta: one comparing the Wii U version to the Xbox 360 version; one comparing the Wii U version to the PlayStation 3 version; and one displaying all three versions side by side.
The godfather of Nintendo’s video game division lets us know how he feels.
In today’s issue of Edge magazine, Shigeru Miyamoto explains how he feels about the current state of gaming. He was interviewed and made some very strong statements that would be welcomed by hardcore gamers.
The cheapest character in Smash is back!
Today Nintendo announced the return of Kirby’s rival Meta Knight for Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which could mean a possible return of many headaches for tournament players.
Modder brings GameCube to the Wii U game pad.
New Jersey’s very own RedMagnus shows his level of tech mastery with a project he’s spent a lot of time on. Not only is it portable, but it’s rechargeable, and it’s all inside of the Wii U game pad!
And they say Nintendo has no third-party support.
Nintendo reached out to Ubisoft to for reference so they could make a Rayman trophy for the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and 3DS. Ubisoft went above and beyond to Nintendo’s request.
It’s part of the plan, not the backup plan.
With the the sales of the Wii U not up to par, Nintendo confirmed plans on developing content for mobile phones. Although not confirmed officially, the so-called experts are expecting this to being a step into making cell phone games. Nintendo insists that it is just to promote the current Nintendo platforms (Wii U and 3DS), not to make phone mobile games. Whatever mobile content Nintendo chooses to put out will certainly make them smarter.