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.
                                 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

"Persona Q" Opening Movie


Check out the opening movie for "Persona Q." Just like with most Persona games, this one has a pretty catchy opening. Look for this game to hit store shelves this November.
                    

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Wii U System Update 5.1.0 is Live


A new update for the Wii U is now live. This update will bring your Wii U system to version 5.1.0. This update brought a number of changes to the Wii U, including the ability to use system transfer between Wii U systems. You can find out more about this update below:

Wii U to Wii U System Transfer

You now have the ability to transfer (completely move) all of your software and data from one Wii U console to another using "System Transfer." This option can be found within the "System Settings." Transferring from one Wii U to another completely transfers all data. This includes all digital content, saved data and your Nintendo Network ID. All of the content on a Wii U is transferred. It is not possible to just transfer a single user. Once the transfer is done, the source Wii U will be formatted, effectively deleting all data.

Nintendo eShop

You can now navigate the Nintendo eShop using different controls. This includes the Wii U Pro Controller, Classic Controller or Wii Remote.

System Stability and Usability

As always, this update includes a lot of behind the scene features that you will not be able to see. Nintendo says that these updates further improve the overall stability to the system.
                              

Monday, July 21, 2014

Atlus Sale on the 3DS eShop


We all know that Atlus loves their sales and right now they got some good ones on the 3DS eShop. Right now you can pick up "Devil Survivor Overclocked" for $14.99, "Shin Megami Tensei IV" for $24.99, "Shin Megami Tensei: Soul Hackers" for $14.99 and "Code of Princess" for $14.99.

I am a bigger fan of buying the physical copies, but if you have been waiting to pick these up, this sale is just too good to pass up. Do you plan on picking any of these up?
                         

Sunday, July 20, 2014

"Son of a Glitch" Featuring "Super Mario Bros. 3"


If you like "Super Mario Bros. 3" and you like glitches, you may want to check out this episode of "Son of a Glitch." It features some fun glitches that you can easily pull off in the game as well as some that are ... well ... not so easy.
                

Friday, July 18, 2014

GameStop Launches Their Gift Card Exchange Service


Have you ever got a gift card to a store that you just don't shop at? Have you ever wished you could just exchange that gift card for a GameStop gift card? Now you can! Just recently, GameStop launched their Card Exchange service. Here you can choose from a list of tons of stores, enter in your gift card number and receive a GameStop gift card by email. It is the prefect way to get rid of some of those gift cards you may have laying around.

The list of stores that you can exchange gift cards from is huge, but some of them include: Target, Wal-mart, Stables, The Body Shop, Toys R Us, Starbucks and much more. You can check out there Card Exchange website HERE.