Nintendo's Wii U is almost two years old now, and while the gaming community is perhaps split on how successful it has been, there's no doubt that the Mario makers will be trying again in the future. That's become a little more tangible today, with the discovery of a rather specific job posting hinting at what could be in the future.
If you're interested in the new-gen re-release of GTA V, you'll want to keep your eyes peeled over the next week or so. The next issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine in the UK will have a 10 page feature dedicated to showcasing some of the brand new features of the uprezzed crime spree outing.
Do you enjoy the painful masochistic nature of Dark Souls? Reckon you're a big fan? Now, if you're a PC player, you'll get to prove it, with steam achievements set to be added to the public version in the coming weeks.
Early reports indicate that the current demo build of Assassin's Creed: Unity suffers from frame rate issues on Xbox One.
Halo: Master Chief Collection has gone gold according to 343 Studios, which means Xbox One owners will be able to pre-download the title later today. If you have been eagerly anticipating the game, it's only a few short weeks away! There are a number of things to take note of, however, that could impact what you get on day one.
I almost - note I said almost - regret purchasing my Xbox One last month. I love Assassins Creed and probably would have bought the new Assassins Creed Xbox One bundle on day one. It is a fantastic value that should appeal to a number of people who are yet living in a world without an Xbox One (Who wants to do that!).
Nintendo is taking another step in the right direction this week as they begin to roll out new purchasing options for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS owners. At this time, it is strictly available in North America, although I suspect the feature to launch in Europe soon. Essentially, Nintendo owners can now do almost everything Xbox and PS4 owners have been able to do for years when it comes to purchasing games via a computer or smart phone.
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15th October, 2014
It's not an opinion. It is a fact. Nintendo's brand has taken series blows over the years, and the company now sits in spot 100 out of 100 when it comes to the worlds most valuable brands. Many analysts predict that Nintendo won't even make the list in 2015.
Being avid gamers, we have all watched in awe as the industry we love has grown to epic proportions over the past few decades. Most of us are still entranced by the look and feel of video games today, and at each and every E3, we marvel at the games we can and will be playing in the future.
A few month ago, I looked at Rare developed titles that should be re-released. A few weeks after that, I examined two Mario titles I would like to see again with updated visuals. It has been a busy few months for Nintendo, and I've finally found the time to work on my Nintendo HD series once again. This week, its time to look at Nintendo's second largest franchise: The Legend of Zelda