Here is the official The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD – Story Trailer for your viewing pleasure. A sister kidnapped. A hero awakened. An ocean full of adventure awaits. Catch a sneak peek of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD in this story trailer and get ready for its upcoming release.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD will release October 4th.
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Here is the Grand Theft Auto V: The Official Trailer for your viewing pleasure. GTA V is set to launch on September 17th and is headed to XBOX 360 and PS3. The trailer showcases a diverse lineup of character as well as some crazy gameplay. GTA V will be one of the year’s biggest titles and I am eager to see how this thing sells.
Will you be lining up at midnight for this one?
Enjoy the Grand Theft Auto V: The Official Trailer everyone.
Here Are PlayStation Plus’- September’s Free Games.
Five new games will be heading to the PlayStation Plus service next month and you can check them out below. Over the next few weeks, subscribers will be able to pick up the following for free:
Galaga Legions DX (PSN)
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (PSP)
ICO HD (PS3)
Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection (PS3)
Rayman Origins (Vita)
Not all of these games will be rolled out at once so expect one or two to arrive on a weekly basis. Does anything catch your fancy?
This just in, the digital version of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD will launch on Sept. 20, 2013. While the packaged version launches Oct. 4 with distinctive gold-foil packaging, both at a suggested retail price of $49.99, players who opt to get the game digitally will be able to play the game 2 weeks early.
Here’s to some great titles headed to Wii U.
Starting Sept. 20, the Deluxe version of Nintendo’s Wii U system will be reduced in price by $50, to a new suggested retail price of just $299.99. The new price makes Wii U an even greater value, particularly with the strong lineup of Wii U games available and on the way for the system in 2013. These include Pikmin 3, The Wonderful 101, EarthBound, New Super Luigi U, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, Super Mario 3D World and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.
The newest member of the Nintendo 3DS family is designed specifically for anyone looking for a more affordable entry point into the world of Nintendo hand-held video games. Nintendo 2DS will be available in Red or Blue on Oct. 12 at a suggested retail price of $129.99.
Nintendo 2DS plays the entire library of packaged and downloadable games for Nintendo 3DS only in 2D. The system features a distinctive fixed, slate-type form factor, and optional carrying cases will be available in Red or Blue at launch at a suggested retail price of $12.99. Nintendo 2DS maintains many of the same hardware features as Nintendo 3DS: dual screens, game-play controls and touch-screen features. The system also has backward compatibility with the existing library of more than 2,000 Nintendo DS games, as well as access to wireless connectivity features like multiplayer online game play, fun Nintendo Video content and great digitally delivered games in the Nintendo eShop.
The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are in and you can find them below. The 3DS continues its domination while the PS3 and the Vita has decent hardware sales as well. Sadly the Wii U is down from the previous week only managing to shift 7,030 units…. Time for a price cut Nintendo…
Here are the Japanese Hardware Sales below:
3DS LL – 35,044
3DS – 16,053
PS3 – 12,689
Vita – 11,507
Wii U – 7,030
PSP – 5,735
Wii – 1,103
Xbox 360 – 196
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD release date has been officially confirmed by Nintendo. The classic Zelda title will arrive on Wii U on October 4th. Here is what was said in a recent press release:
“To celebrate the launch of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD for Wii U on Oct. 4, Nintendo is adding some extra magic to the Seattle stop of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour.”
I am thrilled that the game is headed to the Wii U so early in October and I will be purchasing it when it’s released. Here’s hoping that the title will help bring on some much needed Wii U hardware sales as the system has yet to find its footing.
Will you be getting this one?