Watch Nintendo Direct’s Bayonetta 2 Trailer

Check out a trailer featuring the crazy lady herself, Bayonetta.

Bayonetta 2

It was revealed on the latest Nintendo Direct that Bayonetta 2 will be released sometime later this year exclusively for the Wii U, but no official release date has been announced. However, they did release a trailer for the game, which showcases all of the zany action and characters that fans would come to expect. Continue reading “Watch Nintendo Direct’s Bayonetta 2 Trailer”

Watch Dogs Releasing Later In The Year On Wii U

More time might make it better, but it will still hurt Wii U’s sales a lot.

Watch Dogs

The highly-anticipated open-world action adventure game Watch Dogs is set to come out this spring on all current home consoles, but for a while we did not know whether the Wii U version was coming out at all. Games of this type tend to not sell as well on Nintendo’s systems, due to a smaller fan-base and the Wii U’s typically more family-friendly software.

However, now we know thanks to Ubisoft’s investor call that Watch Dogs is still being released on the Wii U, but it will not be releasing at the same time as on other platforms. Continue reading “Watch Dogs Releasing Later In The Year On Wii U”

‘Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze’ Has A Massive File Size

Donkey Kong Country

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is coming out at the end of this month, and though we knew it would be a return of the classic Donkey Kong side scrolling action that we got a few years ago on Wii, nobody really knew just how big the game would be. That has now been confirmed thanks to Stephen Totilo from Kotaku posting a message on twitter. Continue reading “‘Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze’ Has A Massive File Size”

Nintendo Will Not Abandon Wii U


Things have not been looking very good for Nintendo lately, to say the least. After very disappointing sales figures for the holiday season, the famous gaming company had to cut the sales estimates for the Wii U‘s 2013 financial year from 9 million units to just 2.8 million units. As a result of that travesty, Nintendo’s stocks took a sizable plunge and even the 3ds’ numbers were downgraded despite several critically-acclaimed games were released for the system. Continue reading “Nintendo Will Not Abandon Wii U”