Entries in 'Wii U' (166)
Crowdfunding hit Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has scrapped its planned Wii U release.
Nintendo’s latest financial report, for the nine months ending December 2016, show the firm’s net sales dipping, while its profits soar.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be the last first-party game to launch on the Wii U, Nintendo has confirmed. Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime broke ...
Playtonic’s crowdfunded platformer Yooka-Laylee has got a release date.
Developer Eric Barone has confirmed that his indie hit Stardew Valley will make its long-awaited console debut before the end of the year.
Having denied it just days ago, Nintendo has now conceded that the end has come for Wii U.
The Wii U lives on, Nintendo has claimed.
Platform holder Nintendo will reportedly cease production of its Wii U console by the end of this week.
PlayStation VR users have discovered that you can play Xbox One and Wii U games while using the headset.
UK retail buyers have told MCV that they have ‘high hopes’ for Nintendo’s new console, but only if it’s affordable.
Nintendo’s latest quarterly reports have shown a $233m loss, with the bottom finally dropping out of the Wii U market.
To date Nintendo’s Wii U has sold 12.8m units since its release in 2012. It turns out that’s way, way less than at least one Nintendo executive predicted.
This year’s Star Fox Zero has been named as the Wii U’s most underrated game by legendary Nintendo developer Shigeru Miyamoto.
The online component of Tomonobu Itagaki’s Devil’s Third for Wii U will be shut down in December.
Nicolas Wegnez has been named the new general manager at Nintendo UK.
Industry commentators have taken to calling Playtonic ‘the new Rare’.
The producer of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has admitted that having experimented with it, his team rejected the idea of incorporating Wii U GamePad functionality into the game.
Fans of 1990s hit Banjo-Kazooie will have to wait a little bit longer for its spiritual sequel.
The Wii U is finished, say leading games retailers.
The boss of GameStop has admitted that Wii U has fallen short of both its own expectations and those of its creator Nintendo.
Nintendo has reiterated that it will make money on each NX unit sold.
It has slashed its sales estimates and has virtually nothing on its release schedule, but Nintendo reckons Wii U manufacturing could continue for another two years.
Internal forecasts for the Wii U in Nintendo’s current financial year point to a possible cancellation for the hardware.
The longstanding rumour has been confirmed – Nintendo’s next Zelda game is in development for both the Wii U and the NX.