Shigeru Miyamoto has stated that the Wii U won’t support two GamePad controllers anytime soon. Dual Gamepad support was discussed earlier in the Wii U’s lifecycle, but it’s not on Nintendo’s current list of priorities. Here is what Shiggy had to say regarding the subject:
“Certainly as we’ve been working on Wii U, I think we’re at a point where we don’t feel it’s realistic to expect people to purchase two GamePads yet,” Miyamoto said. “We’re still trying to get as many people as possible to buy the system itself, and that’s where our focus is right now. For the time being, two GamePad gameplay is not within our objectives in the short-term.”
“From a technical standpoint, I think if we decided to pursue that, technically we would be able to and we can perform system updates that wo...Read More
Nintendo has released an all new trailer for their upcoming Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Within, you’ll get a good luck at combat within the new remakes and the redesigns of the three Hoenn starter Pokemon. More importantly, however, you will get to see Mega Sceptile, Mega Blaziken, Mega Swampert, and Mega Diancie in all their might and wonder. Check out the video and let us know what you think.Read More
During tonight’s Nintendo 3DS roundtable, Nintendo has officially revealed an all new IP code name S.T.E.A.M. for 3DS. The game is being headed up by Intelligent Systems. Expect to hear and see a lot more about this newly announced game tomorrow during Nintendo’s Treehouse live stream.
The game will release sometime in 2015. Stay tuned.Read More
Say what you want but Nintendo has revolutionized E3 this year. With its whimsical Digital Event unveiling a number of outstanding titles to its Live Treehouse show, Nintendo is killing it at this year’s E3… And this is just the beginning. Players from all over the US will be able to join in on the fun and play Smash Bros in the coming days at select Best Buy locations. Yes friends, it’s a great time to be a gamer and an even better time to be a Nintendo fan. Whether you like them or not, Nintendo may have just revolutionized gamings biggest show.
E3 2014 will go down in the books as something special...Read More
Nintendo has uploaded the official box art for Super Smash Bros for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The game will now feature Amiibo characters (Nintendo’s answer for the toy-to-life genre) and is headed to current Nintendo systems later this year. Super Smash Bros will also include the ability to play as your Mii creations.
Stay tuned for more info.Read More