Tag Archives: wii

PlayStation president Andrew House interviewed in the new MCV

The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features a blockbuster interview with SCE Group CEO and president, Andrew House. We also take a look back at E3 and deliver our verdicts on the best games on show. The magazine is available for iPad. Download our app …

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E3 2012: Wii saves and games can transfer to Wii U

Nintendo has confirmed that it is working on a method that will allow gamers to transfer Wii content to the Wii U. This will include existing game downloads and save game information. However, the platform holder did add the caveat this it is preparing” the tech, suggesting that it has …

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UBISOFT: Adult Wii U title ZombiU set for launch

Ubisoft has announced a new core shooter for WiiU, ZombiU. It is an evolution of the Killer Freaks game, announced at last year’s E3. ZombiU is developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, the team behind From Dust, Beyond Good and Evil and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. The survival-thriller puts players in the …

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UBISOFT: Just Dance 4 out October 4th

The next game in the lucrative Just Dance series will launch on October 4th in Europe (October 9th in the US). The latest title in Ubisoft’s hugely popular dancing series will once again arrive on Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3 – complete with Kinect and Move capabilities. But this year’s …

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OPINION: Nintendo’s digital strategy shows it’s still box clever

Where Nintendo leads, others often follow. Sure, the finer points of Virtual Boy, N64 and 3DS pulled in directions others didn’t want to go. But they are exceptions to the rule. Broadly, when the Kyoto HQ’s bright ideas cause the market to jump, everyone jumps. Platform games, motion control, shoulder …

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ANALYSIS: Nintendo reinvents the download

Nintendo has caved to the online revolution, and will soon offer simultaneous digital/physical releases. But its download plan could also change the way video games are sold, says Michael French Too little, too late? It’s very easy to consider Nintendo’s sudden declaration to ‘significantly expand its digital business’ during its …

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