Bad news for Wii U owners; The Legend of Zelda for Wii U looks like it will not arrive in 2015. Not only will the highly anticipated game not make it out this year but apparently the title will not make an appearance at this year’s E3. Click here to check out a message from Aonuma. While we kind of expected this, it does hurt a bit to actually hear a confirmation regarding the matter. There is no doubt that the game will be spectacular when it finally does arrive, but we think that the Wii U needed this game as soon as possible.
Looks like Starfox and Mario Maker will be the big Holiday titles from Nintendo this year.
The popularity of the Call of Duty franchise has been no secret to gamers as the franchise sells millions upon millions of units whenever it releases. The Call of Duty franchise has become quite the phenomenon as of late and it has been announced that the series has now sold over 175 million copies worldwide. Since the franchise released 10 years ago, there has been a copy of Call of Duty sold every 2 seconds.
Congrats Call of Duty. That’s some serious numbers!
Here are the latest 3DS eShop charts for March 25th. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate leads the pack in terms of software, followed by Mighty Switch Force!2 and its original counterpart. Check out the list below and let us know what you think:
1. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
2. Mighty Switch Force! 2
3. Mighty Switch Force!
4. Mario Kart 7
5. Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D
6. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
7. Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
8. 3D Out Run
9. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies
10. Super Mario Bros. 3
11. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
12. Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars
13. Super Smash Bros. for 3DS
14. The Legend of Zelda
15. Shovel Knight
16. Code Name S.T.E.A.M.
17. Super Mario Bros.
18. Super Mario 3D Land
19. Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse
20. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
1. Pokemon Shuffle Trailer
2. Fossil Fighters: Frontier E3 2014 Trailer
3. Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars Gameplay Trailer
4. Code Name S.T.E.A.M. Launch Trailer
5. Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Launch Trailer
6. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Zelda Trailer
7. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D – Heir to the Monado Trailer
8. New 3DS XL Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D
9. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS One Dog, One Bird, One Zapper
10. Mario Kart 7 Video
11. New 3DS XL Trailer
12. Photos with Mario Trailer
13. Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire E3 2014 Trailer
14. Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars Level Creation
15. amiibo Commercial
16. Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Gameplay Video #2
17. Hyrule Warriors Boss Pack Trailer
18. Azure Striker Gunvolt Version Update Trailer
19. Super Mario 3D Land Video
20. Fossil Fighters: Frontier Commercial
Here is the image of the day for the upcoming shooter Splatoon. Splatoon is headed to the Wii U in May and is shaping up to be one of Wii U’s premier exclusives. When the big N goes on record stating that they want this game to be the “Mario Kart” of shooters, we stand up and take notice!
Check out the first mission from the upcoming Wii U exclusive Splatoon. The good guys at Gamexplain recently got a chance to check out single-player story mode, Octotrooper Hideout and brought us this direct-feed gameplay video, all at 1080p 60fps!
Here is an all new Splatoon stages trailer for all of us to get inked up with. Splatoon looks to be a fantastic take on the shooter genre and we cannot wait to get our hands on it. We here at MVGN think that there are good things in store for Wii U owners when this one hits and we look forward to playing with you guys online.
If you can spare a mere 2 minutes, make sure you watch this impressive video. I think it looks outstanding and when I upped the resolution on the YouTube video, it really popped.
Here is the colorful and vibrant Mario Party 10 launch trailer. The game launched on Friday and has seen somewhat positive reviews out of the gate. Mario Party 10 also features new Amiibo figures for gamers to collect so be sure to run out and grab the game.
Enjoy this new Mario Party 10 launch trailer everyone.
With all of today’s crazy Nintendo announcements one would have to assume that there will be a price cut for their existing home console, Wii U. The Wii U hit store shelves on November 18th 2012 and has only seen one price drop in the systems lifetime. Today, Nintendo made a HUGE splash by not only announcing that they will be developing titles for the smartphone market but they are also hard at work at their next dedicated gaming system, codenamed NX. With all these announcements, we here at MVGN think that it’s only a matter of time before the Wii U sees a price cut.
Despite the fact that the Wii U is home to some of the best games in video game history, the system has continued to stumble in terms of hardware sales. Nintendo has finally acknowledged this and seems to be very aggressive with announcing their next dedicated game machine codenamed NX. While we likely will not hear any solid information regarding the new project until next year, Nintendo has to show gamers that the Wii U is still a fantastic system and try and attract as many gamers as possible to the flailing system. We think that a price cut for Nintendo’s Wii U is not only a no brainer at this point, it is practically imminent.
PS4 and XBOX One continue to sell at alarming rates while the Wii U has been falling behind ever since it was released in 2012. With today’s announcement and its impressive game lineup for 2015, the time is perfect for a Wii U price drop. By no means will a price drop help make the Wii U relevant in terms of competing with Sony and Microsoft, it should help the system get a blip on their life support system. If you are a regular visitor to myvideogamenews, you already know how much we love the Wii U. In our humble opinion, it is the best system out right now but for some reason or another, Nintendo couldn’t find its way with Wii U and we applaud Nintendo for making aggressive moves regarding the matter.
A price drop for a system that already has many great exclusives as well as outstanding Nintendo titles could be what the doctor has ordered for the big N. More people would be willing to “take the Wii U” plunge and see what they have been missing this time around with the system. If and when Nintendo aggressively prices the Wii U, hopefully gamers will flock to the system and get excited that Nintendo is already developing a next generation console. People may finally see what they have been missing with the Wii U.
When do you think Nintendo will announce a price cut? Thanks for reading.