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Future has recruited a new editorial team for its Official Nintendo Magazine.
Wii U will be the first next-console to market, but Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has dismissed the idea that it gives the machine a competitive advantage.
Outspoken American analyst Michael Pachter has issued the following damning verdict of Nintendo’s Wii U: “This isn’t going to work.”
The lead developer of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 says that the Wii U’s processor speed is “maybe a little bit” slower than both the PS3 and Xbox 360.
The Wii U offers developers huge scope for innovation, but not all studios are enthusiastic about the possibilities.
The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features our four page guide to UK games retail's top buyers.
Speaking to shareholders in Japan, Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata has said that Wii U may offer some online services exclusively to those who pay a subscription or premium.
Opinions regarding the graphical power of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U appear to be mixed.
Retailers want Wii U to be priced at £250 when it launches.
Nintendo will not make the same mistakes with the Wii U as it did with the 3DS, the console giant’s CEO has claimed.
Crytek boss Cevat Yerli has weighed in on the Wii U performance discussion, while providing a tidbit about the upcoming console’s tie to CryEngine 3 as well.
Nintendo will offer bigger revenue cuts on digital downloads for the Wii U than other gaming platform providers, according to a report.
Following Amazon.co.uk’s stab at predicting the RRP and release date of Wii U last week, the retailer’s German arm has this morning made its own prediction.
David Yarnton is to leave Nintendo, the platform-holder has confirmed to MCV this morning.
Nintendo has seemingly confirmed that the Wii U will not block pre-owned software.
Scott Rohde, the VP of Sony Worldwide Studios, has insisted that the combination of PS3 and Vita is a better prospect for consumers than Nintendo’s Wii U.
One major games publisher has admitted that he remains to be convinced about the prospects of core games titles on Nintendo’s Wii U.
The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features a blockbuster interview with SCE Group CEO and president, Andrew House.
Nintendo may not be prepared to talk about the Wii U price yet, but when it arrives later this year it will have a stronger day one offer than the ...
The Wii U will cost £199.99 and be launched on July 14th in the UK – according to Amazon.co.uk.
News that Nintendo’s Wii U WILL support two GamePads after all has come as a relief – but don’t expect the feature to be ready for launch.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata is open to partnering with developers on exclusive Wii U titles – but not if he has to pay up for the privilege.
US analyst Michael Pachter believes that Nintendo must price the Wii U below $300 – that translates to £190 – if it is to succeed at retail.
A Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda is currently in the research and development phase at Nintendo.