It seems Nintendo may be succumbing to defeat as their Wii U isn’t as popular as they thought it would be. Is that such a surprise? The Wii U is what the Wii should have been, Nintendo have been playing catch-up since the Nintendo 64, it’s like they don’t understand what ‘next-gen’ means.
Cooking Mama 4, Contra III, Mario Bros and KORG M01D are the main releases on the Nintendo eShop this week. Also included are a couple of special offers and permanent reductions for you to consider.
The Wii U has its fair share of indie titles and Knytt Underground is just one of them and, along with Toki Tori 2 + is featured in this weeks offerings from the Nintendo eShop… That’s if you don’t get too angry about 3D Streets of Rage.
So, what does Nintendo have in store for you this week? A Sonic Lost World demo for both the 3DS and Wii U and even a free Legend of Zelda video episode to coincide with the launch of A Link Between Two Worlds.
Details of the next 3DS system update were announced today which is scheduled for release in December and is based on feedback from Nintendo fans and gamers, starting with a unified Network ID.
Batman: Arkham Origins and Blackgate are released for the Wii U and 3DS respectively this week on the Nintendo eShop with a bunch of games that were on offer getting permanent reductions also this week.
Wii Fit U, sounds like a place you take your vehicle to be serviced, not quite, unless you consider your body as a ‘vehicle’ and then you can take advantage of the Wii Fit U Trial Version throughout November.
Coming at you this week on the Nintendo eShop is a new Sonic game, Hot Wheels World’s Best Driver and a price-drop for SteamWorld Dig for a limited time.
Pokémon X & Y is destined to reach epic status as one of the most highly anticipated releases in Nintendo’s history, it seems everyone is excited about what is surely the biggest Pokémon game to date.
Remember that Karaoke thing which launched on the Xbox 360 where you would pay to warble to whatever song you desired? It seems Nintendo have jumped on the ‘free’ bandwagon by offering a version for the Wii U of the same thing.