Archives: Wii U

Becks sets out for PC, PS3, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One in Mighty No. 9

Mighty No 9 (PC, PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Deep Silver Announcement - Screenshot 2

After a long road, the Mega Man-inspired action-platformer Mighty No. 9 has been released for console and PC. Developed by comcept and designed by Keiji Inafune, Mighty No. 9 follows the adventures of the robot Beck, unit No. 9 of a 10-robot squad of combat units. After a computer virus infects the others as well as the world’s machines, Beck, alongside his friend Call, must fight the now-violent bots as they track down the source.

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Console versions of Minecraft get new versus mini-game, Battle

Minecraft (PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Battle Mini-Game Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new mini-game has launched for the console versions of Minecraft, Battle. The free update includes the mode as well as three maps, and more map packs are planned to launch in the future for $2.99 each. The last-man-standing mode has players battle for resources and weapons in booby-trapped arenas. The maps were designed specifically for consoles so that they are “super-accessible and fast-paced, made to support couch-based competition just as easily as online matchmaking.”

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Motion-based action title Severed announced for iOS, DS, and Wii U

Severed (3DS, DS, PS Vita, Wii U) E3 Announcement - Screenshot 1

Drinkbox Studio’s touch-control action title Severed will be released for iOS, DS, and Wii U later this summer. As the one-armed warrior Sasha, players set out on a quest to find her family that will see them facing strange monsters and solving puzzles by using swipe motions. As she progresses, players will gain new powers as they unlocks abilities along an upgrade tree.

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Apple Handheld, DS News, Wii U

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 ventures forth, now available for Wii U

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC, Wii U) Wii U Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

King Art Games’ point-and-click adventure title The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 has launched for Wii U. As with its 2011 predecessor, the sequel follows several heroes as they undertake a quest rife with referential humor. The four heroes must solve a series of logic puzzles in order to put an end to the random transformations that are taking place throughout the lands of Aventasia in a journey that’s estimated to last over 20 hours.

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Axiom Verge in development for Xbox One, Wii U, releasing this year

Axiom Verge (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Wii U) Xbox One and Wii U Announcement - Screenshot 1

Developer Tom Happ will be bringing his throwback action-platformer Axiom Verge to Wii U and Xbox One. Currently available for PC and PS4, the Metroid-style adventure features over 40 weapons and tools, nearly 100 upgrades, 80-plus creatures, and nearly a thousand rooms to explore. Players can also utilize glitches to gain an advantage by corrupting environments, scrambling enemies, and uncovering secret areas.

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Wii U, Xbox One News

Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus coming soon to PS4, Wii U

Chronicles of Teddy Harmony of Exidus (PC, PS4, Wii U) Console Announcement - Screenshot 1

Aksys Games will be releasing a console version of LookAtMyGame’s PC action role-playing game Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus. The 2D side-scroller tasks players with saving the lands of Exidus by clearing out four monster- and puzzle-filled realms. As players progress, they will gain new skills, discover extra quests, and uncover runes that allow them to talk with both villagers and monsters. Console gamers can look for it to hit eShop and PSN later this month.

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PlayStation 4 News, Wii U

Rodea the Sky Soldier launches for 3DS and Wii U

Rodea (3DS, Wii, Wii U) Launch Announcement Screens - Screenshot 1

Kadokawa Games’ aerial action title Rodea the Sky Soldier has hit store shelves for 3DS and Wii U. Developed by Sonic and Nights creator Yuji Naka, Rodea tasks players with saving the sky kingdom of Garuda from the renascent forces of the Naga Empire. Also, as a reminder, publisher NIS has included the Wii version in first-run copies of the Wii U version.

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3DS, Wii News, Wii U

Get a look at the bosses that await in Rodea the Sky Soldier

Rodea (Wii, Wii U) Character Screens - Screenshot 4

NIS has released a new trailer for Rodea the Sky Soldier. The trailer highlights the (massive) bosses that players will face in their quest to defend the sky kingdom of Garuda from the invading forces of the Naga Empire.

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3DS, Wii News, Wii U

Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town on Wii U Virtual Console

Harvest Moon More Friends of Mineral Town (GBA, Wii U) Virtual Console Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Natsume has released Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town on the Wii U Virtual Console. The Game Boy Advance title is a follow-up to Back to Nature that includes new events, features, and mini-games. As a new arrival in a small town, players take on the task of turning their dilapidated farm around by planting and harvesting crops and raising animals. Along the way, they are able to meet and befriend the local townsfolk, and if all goes well, even get married and start a family.

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Legacy System News, Wii U

Guitar Hero Live launches for iOS devices and console

Guitar Hero Live (iOS, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Guitar Hero returns from its five-year hiatus today with Guitar Hero Live. Developed by FreeStyleGames, the studio behind the DJ Hero series, Guitar Hero Live features a host of new modes and options. The most immediate difference from its predecessors is found in the guitar controller, which has been updated to support six buttons in two three-button rows. On the software side, GH Live has been added, offering a first-person view in front of a real crowd that reacts based on player performance, and GHTV, described as “the world’s first playable music video network.” GHTV plays 24 hours a day and will be updated weekly with new songs, allowing players the chance to play along with whatever they see or request via on demand. The channel will also offer Premium Shows for premium playable content, such as live concert footage and new music videos.

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