Nintendo announced today on their online social network Miiverse that users can now attach screenshots to Miiverse comments. Previously users could only attach screenshots to posts but now users can do it with comments too. Miiverse is now available on Wii U, Mobile, and PC.
Nintendo has revealed a partnership with Best Buy and will have demo kiosks of unreleased games available to play on in select stores during the week of E3. The select unreleased titles have not been revealed but it would probably be games being shown in E3 kiosks as well. Nintendo DIrect Joystiq
EA is not bringing Battlefield 4 to the Wii U. Not only that, but company spokesperson Jeff Brown told Kotaku: “We have no games in development for the Wii U currently”. In that case don’t expect the next installment in the Need for Speed series or any other EA games in development to come to the Wii U. Nintendo [...]
Nintendo announced via Twitter this morning that a new Wii U focused Nintendo Direct will be taking place tomorrow 4pm CEST and 7 a.m. PT. Nintendo will be discussing Wii U and 3DS spring and summer releases. What do you think will be announced at this Nintendo Direct?
Two Tribes has released information that they will be sending out the first patch update to address some of the issues the community has been complaining about. They do mention that no game is perfect and will work until it is. Here is what is included in the bug update as well as some new [...]
The Japan Times is reporting that Nintendo is working on a new tool that would allow the Wii U to run mobile applications. The publication reports that Nintendo is currently offering developers a conversion tool to make porting mobile games over to Wii U much easier and we can confirm this as well with the [...]
Activision revealed the newest installment in the Call of Duty series today. Call of Duty Ghosts was announced for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and next generation consoles. Now here’s where people have gotten confused. Most believed that the game wouldn’t be coming to Wii U because it wasn’t listed along with the PS3 and Xbox [...]
Nintendo launched its Wii U Virtual Console service on the Wii U eShop today. The service brings classics from older Nintendo platforms like the NES, SNES, N64, and GBA to the Wii U. Gamers can purchase individual Virtual Console games for $5 or $1.50 if you already bought the game on the Wii Shop Channel [...]