Category:  News

By Micah, July 21, 2011 0 3DS, DS, News, Wii

Undoubtedly spurred on by the July 14th release of StarFox 3D, the 3DS had a killer sales week in Japan, taking back top spot from the PSP. July 10th-17th Hardware sales in Japan 3DS   46,637 PSP  26,551 PS3  23,322… Read More »

By Micah, July 14, 2011 0 News, Wii U

I told you a few days ago what DudeHuge thought about the Wii U, because getting the perspective of a major player in the games industry is important to be able to gauge how developers are feeling about new hardware…. Read More »

By Micah, July 14, 2011 0 3DS, News

Although Nintendo really isn’t any stranger to litigation over the technology that it uses or creates for it’s products, this is a bit of an odd one.  A technology company based in Japan has filed suit in the US over… Read More »

NintendoWare Releases July 11th-17th

By Micah, July 14, 2011 0 3DS eShop, DSiWare, News, Wii, WiiWare

Of course, the big news is the Netflix application, with the promise of future 3D movies.  Though, 3D Pixel Racing looks interesting, and Game & Watch that you don’t have to save up for from Club Nintendo doesn’t look terrible… Read More »

By Micah, July 14, 2011 0 3DS, News

In a bit of a surprise move, Netflix will show up tomorrow, July 14th, for streaming customers in North America.  If you were sad about not getting access to the Nintendo Video service our European and Japanese friends have, put… Read More »

By Micah, July 13, 2011 0 News, Wii, WiiWare

Coming out tomorrow, July 14th, on WiiWare in North America, is a bit of a curious title.  It apes the lovely retro style of 3D Dot Game Heroes but is a downloadable racer.  It’s from a small Toronto, Canada based… Read More »

By Micah, July 13, 2011 0 News, Wii

Not that this should be a surprise to anyone, seeing as it’s company policy to shut down the game servers for titles where “the number of players still enjoying the older games dwindles below a point — fewer than 1%… Read More »

By Micah, July 12, 2011 0 News, Wii

Speaking to GiantBomb at the summer showcase EA had last week, Criterion creative director Alex Ward spilled the beans on where Burnout Crash was originally heading. “The original version started on the Wii, and it was a user-created game where… Read More »

By Micah, July 12, 2011 0 News, Wii U

Dude Huge, CliffyB, or just regular ‘ol Cliff Bleszinski.  The driving force behind Epic Games’ Unreal Tournament and Gears of War series.  But much more importantly than that, behind the Unreal Engine.  It doesn’t matter if you know what the… Read More »

By Micah, July 12, 2011 0 News, Wii U

Do you remember at E3 when Ken Levine was part of the Nintendo reveal of the Wii U?  And everyone went a little crazy, assuming this meant Bioshock or something of that nature was in the works for Nintendo’s new… Read More »