Here is a compilation of all Character Victory Poses in Hyrule Warriors (including the DLC). Hyrule Warriors has been selling pretty decently for the system and has been supported way past its initial release.
Check out the video and let us know if you have played Hyrule Warriors.
Here is some off screen footage for Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars. The game is headed to Wii U and 3DS and will release this March. The footage was taken from the good guys at NWR during E3 2014.
I love the ability to create something within a game so I plan on being all over this one when it releases. Check it out and let us know what you think.
An all new update for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U has arrived and adds 15 new levels for the chaotic 8 player smash. Below is a full list of the bonus content:
Mario Circuit (Brawl)
Pokemon Stadium 2
Town & City
Wii Fit Studio
Mario Galaxy ?
Mario Circuit (Brawl) ?
Great Cave Offensive ?
Lylat Cruise ?
Pokemon Stadium 2 ?
Town & City ?
Get downloading today and let us know what you think!
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has gone on record stating that the Wii U “isn’t going anywhere yet”. The big N announced earlier today that their newest home console has sold 9.2 million units since launch in 2012. Iwata told Japanese news publication Sankei that there are more unannounced titles in development for the platform. Here is what he had to say regarding the system:
“Wii U is not over yet. I want to continue to build on playing on people’s high expectations [for the system].”
While this may be normal “president of a company” jargon, we hope that the big N means business. We here at MVGN absolutely love the Wii U and think that the system can have a decent life ahead of it. Although we are eagerly awaiting Nintendo’s next big thing, we think that the Wii U has some nice titles coming down the pipeline.
Reliable NPD leaker “creansugar” is back with another round of data from the latest NPD report. The list below gives us a view of lifetime U.S. sales figures for a number of 3DS and Wii U titles.
Check out the list below and let us know what you think:
Yoshi’s New Island – over 400,000 units
Tomodachi Life – about 400,000 units
Kirby Triple Deluxe – over 360,000 units
Bravely Default – over 350,000 units
Fantasy Life – 142,000 units
Mario Golf: World Tour – 102,000 units
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – 73,000 units
Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal – 73,000 units
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – over 440,000 units
Hyrule Warriors – about 370,000 units
Bayonetta 2 – under 135,000 units
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric – 68,000 units
This video shows all the character figurines/clay trophies in Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for the Nintendo Wii U. If you loved Canvas Curse/Power Paintbrush, be sure to watch to the very end… You may find a surprise!
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is headed exclusively to Wii U on February 20th in North America.
It has been announced that Nintendo was #1 publisher, with almost 4.5m games sold in 2014, for its second year in a row. Here are some highlights from Nintendo’s standout year:
– in the Top 20 for 2014, 8 games are from Nintendo
– Pokémon OR/AS was their #1 games with over 476k sold.
– Tomodachi Life is at 439k on Dec. 31st, over 450k right now (quite popular with children and young girls)
– Smash Bros. 3DS is at 279k (good word of mouth)
– Wii U is at over 510k, #2 behind PS4 but still better than XB1 (roughly 430k iirc). That’s below their expectation (~550k by the end of 2014).
– Smash Bros + Wii U bundle accounted for 1/3 of Nintendo’s total HW sales during the last 2 weeks of the year.
– Wii U is +40% YoY.
– 240k Wii U sold in 2014
– Mario Kart 8 sold 346k
– amiibo at 200k
– 20k amiibo sold last week. Right now, most people buying them do so for collecting. So this year, they’re gonna emphasize the use in games.
– MM3D N3DS already out of stock
– betting big on MH, which usually sells 100k/game.
The good guys at Gamexplain check out some of the unlockable bonus items in the upcoming Wii U title Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. The video showcases trophies, book pages, and music soundtrack samples.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is set to launch next month and will retail for $39.99. The game will also support Amiibo’s as well.
It has been widely rumored but finally confirmed that Kirby and The Rainbow Curse will retail for the budget friendly price of $39.99. Some new footage was shown during today’s Nintendo Direct and the Wii U exclusive will launch next month.
Here is the live stream for today’s Nintendo Direct. Nintendo plans to cover Spring titles headed to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The new Nintendo Direct is set to run approximately 45 minutes in length and should have some great stuff.