Entries in 'Wii U' (393)
Nintendo has been told that it must sell more Wii U’s if it wishes to win back the affections of third party publisher EA.
Despite not once naming the format in any of its press releases or marketing materials, Activision now says Call of Duty: Ghosts is getting a release on Wii U.
The in-development Zelda title for Wii U was considered for inclusion in Nintendo’s E3 Direct presentation, it has been revealed.
Yet another game has decided to free itself of the sheckles of Wii U exclusivity.
Acclaimed Japanese developer Monolith Soft is working on new titles for Nintendo platforms, starting with a new RPG currently titled X.
Wii U fans will have to wait until next year to get their hands on Platinum Games’ Bayonetta 2.
Following the success of Donkey Kong Country Returns, Nintendo is rolling out a new version for Wii U.
Wii Party U has been announced… and delayed.
The next entry in Mario Kart will be available for Wii U early next year.
A brand new entry in the Mario universe has been revealed – Super Mario 3D World for the Wii U.
Another US analyst has poured scorn on Nintendo’s Wii U and said that the opportunity for success will soon pass.
Developer Ubisoft Montreal is confident Watch Dogs can stand-out from Grand Theft Auto V.
Despite mixed support from third parties, Ubisoft still believes Wii U can find a place in the market.
All three platform holders are ready for what they hope will be their biggest and most important E3s to-date.
The future of the entry-level Wii U 8GB Basic SKU is shrouded in confusion this morning.
Wii U is entering a perilous period at UK retail.
The Wii U Basic model’s run at GameStop will reportedly come to an end later this month.
The second half of 2013 will be crucial to deciding the ultimate fate of Nintendo’s Wii U, one analyst has stated.
A bigger battery pack for the Wii U GamePad is in the works, though only in Japan at the moment.
Nintendo has released the list of Best Buy stores set to demo its Wii U and 3DS E3 line-up next month.
Sales of the Wii U have rocketed on Amazon.co.uk in the days following Microsoft’s Xbox One reveal.
EA is still developing games for the Wii U, according to EA chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen – just not as many as they are for Xbox One and PS4.
It looks like April may have been another terrible month for Wii U in the US.
Nintendo is handling E3 very differently this year.