Thursday, July 31, 2014

"Hyrule Warriors" Nintendo Direct Announced for August 4


The next Nintendo Direct has been scheduled. This Nintendo Direct is going to cover information about "Hyrule Warriors." The presentation will start on August 4 for North America and August 5 for Europe and Japan. Times are listed below! You can watch the Nintendo Direct HERE.

North America (East Coast): August 4 - 11:00PM
North America (West Coast): August 4 - 8:00PM
Europe: August 5 - 5:00AM
Japan: August 5 - 12:00PM
                      

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

"Paper Mario: Sticker Star" Only $9.99 New at GameStop


GameStop right now has an amazing deal on "Paper Mario: Sticker Star" for the 3DS. You can get the game, brand new, for just $10. This is a pretty good deal when you consider that the digital download of the game is still $39.99. This was not the best Paper Mario game in the franchise, but it is far from a bad game. Do you play on picking up the game for $10?
     

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Atlus Talks New Games, Including Brand New IP


During an interview with Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, the CEO of Atlus, Naoto Hiraoka, said that his company has a few new titles in development. One of these titles is a brand new IP that has never been announced before. He said that they hope to announce the title soon, however, it is still in early development. Thus, he estimates that the game will not be ready for at least three years.

Here is what he had to say:

"I believe we’ll be able to announce ‘that title’ soon. At the moment, we’ve even begun development on a title that will be released in three years time. Additionally, a brand new IP, similar to Catherine and Dragon’s Crown, is in the works, too."
"As console game makers, of course we won’t just avoid them. We’ll definitely be making an effort on that front.” 
                               

"Lone Survivor" Coming to the Wii U


It has just been announced that Curve Studios, which is the same development team behind "The Swapper," is bringing "Lone Survivor" to the Wii U. For those who do not know, "Lone Survivor" was originally on the PS3 and Vita. Now it looks as if Nintendo fans finally get a chance to play this horror game. Be sure to check out the game above.
                            

Monday, July 28, 2014

"The Mysterious Murasame Castle" Comes to North America for the First Time


It has just recently been confirmed by Nintendo that "The Mysterious Murasame Castle" is coming to North America for the first time on the eShop Virtual Console. You can check out a trailer for this game above.
               

Saturday, July 26, 2014

"The Swapper" Coming to Wii U


It was just recently announced that the PC puzzle game, "The Swapper," is coming to the Wii U. The game has kind of a Metroid feel to it, as far as the layout goes. The game also has a survival horror feel as you explore this dark ocean world. You can see a little bit more about the game in the trailer above. Look for this game on the Wii U eShop in November for $14.99.
                    

Thursday, July 24, 2014

New "Hyrule Warriors" Features Trailer


Check out this new "Hyrule Warriors" trailer featuring a number of characters, stages, bosses and special modes. You can even play co-op without having to use split screen. To do this, one player plays on the GamePad while another plays on the TV screen. This is a feature that more games should support. This game is shaping up to be one epic adventure. Do you plan on getting "Hyrule Warriors" when it comes out for the Wii U? Let us know in the comments below. We would love to know what you think about it!
                          

"Bayonetta 2" Online Co-op Mode Called Tag Climax


It was announced awhile ago that "Bayonetta 2" on the Wii U would have some kind of online co-op mode. Finally, we have some more information about this mode. According to Platinum Games, this mode is going to be called "Tag Climax."

When playing Tag Climax, you have a few different options. First, you can choose to link up with a friend online or a stranger. You can also choose to play with a CPU partner. After choosing your partner, you will take on different challenges. This includes everything from fighting huge bosses to taking down waves of enemies. You will also be able to pick the stages that you want to play on.

In Tag Climax mode, you get to not only pick what character you want to be, but their weapons and accessories they use. You will unlock new players, weapons and accessories the further you progress in the actual story mode. Thus, people who have played more of the story will likely perform better in Tag Climax.

When playing online quick matches, players will also be able to bet Halos, which is in-game money. You bet Halos to challenge other players who can get the best score. By doing this, you can earn extra money to buy new things like alternate weapon variations and new accessories and techniques.

Look for "Bayonetta 2" to hit the Wii U this October.