E3 2013 is underway, and now that the console makers have held their big events, we still have a few questions about this whole “next-generation” business.
Nintendo has finalized the list of games that will be available on launch day alongside the new Wii U console. Even Nintendo’s harshest critics have to concede that this is a very strong list.
Sunday, November 18th. That’s the first day you’ll be able to buy a Wii U of your very own. It comes in two packages — at two price points — with a healthy launch lineup, live TV integration, and a slew of accessories. Here we go.
The Scribblenauts franchise makes its first leap into consoles with the arrival of the Wii U. But this is no port. Scribblenauts Unlimited explodes the entire premise with a wide-open world to explore, the power to create anything you can imagine, and (at last!) Maxwell’s backstory.
From Resident Evil to Left 4 Dead, zombie survivalist shooters are a dime a dozen. But ZombiU is an original twist on the genre that’s worth getting excited about — and not just because it’s a Wii U exclusive.
Nintendo unveiled Pikmin 3, LEGO City Undercover, Batman: Arkham Asylum Armored Edition, Nintendo Land, and more to promote its upcoming new console, the Wii U. But a lot of games and important details weren’t invited to the party.
If you’re hoping for Nintendo’s Wii U console to have graphics on par with — or better than — Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, developers already working with the hardware say you should be prepared for disappointment.
Xbox was the first out of the online network gate with Xbox Live in 2002. Sony got into the swing of things four years later with PSN (though the paid subscription arm of their service, PSN Plus, just launched in 2010). At long last, Nintendo has decided to step up to the plate with the [...]
In honor of the new year, I humbly present 8 resolutions for things that we geeks desperately want (and don’t want) in 2012.