Category Archives: Wii U

Mario Maker Update Could Mean DLC

A new update for Super Mario Maker has been released. Version 1.10 which comes as a 223mb download doesn’t really say what it does other then adjustments that make for a more pleasant gaming experience. 

More interestingly, a data miner has been looking through the update files has apparently found some unused assets of the Angry Sun from Super Mario Bros. 3 and the possibility of placing Bullet Bills without a launcher and the goomba boot being available in New Super Mario Bros. U leading many to believe that DLC may be a real possibility for Mario Maker in the future!

Super Mario Makes a Stand in the Charts


Super Mario Maker saw a great first week in the UK gaming charts coming in at 2nd place against some stiff competition. A week later and the level maker game is still in the top 10 but has dropped to 6th place most likely due to several big games coming out on other formats and the normal 2nd week drop off that most games go through. Continue reading Super Mario Makes a Stand in the Charts

Starfox Zero Delayed

That’s right I’m afraid. Starfox Zero has been delayed into the first quarter of 2016. The decision to delay the antisipated Wii U exclusive was made last week. In a post on Nintendo’s official Facebook page Shingeru Miyamoto said the following “We have been developing Star Fox Zero for Wii U with the aim of releasing it this year,” he added “Although we felt that the development had been progressing well, we now believe that we will need a little more time to work on areas such as the unprecedented discovery that we want players to experience in the game by using two screens, and further polishing the level designs and perfecting the tone of the cut scenes.”  Continue reading Starfox Zero Delayed

Xenoblade Chronicles X Getting DLC Released For Free in West; Lynlee changes; Getting Collector’s Edition Guide

Xenoblade Chronicles X

The most recent issue of Game Informer had an article for Xenoblade Chronicles X. In it, we learned a bit of new information about Monolith Soft’s upcoming massive, open-world RPG. Lynlee had a name change during localization and is now Lin Lee. She’s also now 15-years-old, instead of 13, the way she was in the Japanese version. This is likely to help steer controversy away from certain outfits, which likely won’t work, but at least they tried.

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Nintendo Download – Week of September 10th, 2015

Super Mario MakerThis week sees the release of many people’s childhood dream, the ability to create your own Mario levels, with the release of Super Mario Maker.  Virtual idol Miku Hatsune  gets a release on 3DS.  Tecmo Bowl hits the Virtual Console on Wii U.  Outside of that we have the usual run of sales, a new 3DS theme centered around Mario and the Famicom, and more.  Head past the break for all the details and everything that is available for purchase starting this week.

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Kerbal Space Program Officially Announced For Wii U


Yesterday, Kerbal Space Program received a leak on Nintendo’s Youtube page. In it, we learned that the game was coming to Wii U. Well, during the Nindies@Night event at PAX Prime, we learned that Kerbal Space Program is indeed coming to Wii U.

What’s pretty cool about it is how the Gamepad will be implemented. The Gamepad will give you an inside view of the cockpit of the spaceship you built. Also there will be a new first-person Gamepad view and the game will support motion controls. To take it a step further, while there’s no release date set for it yet, it’ll be releasing at the same time on Wii U as it will on the other consoles.

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FAST Racing Neo Gets More Info, Release Target, And New Trailer

During the recent Nindies@Night event, Shin’en gave some more info on their upcoming futuristic racer, FAST Racing Neo. They confirmed that the game is 2-player and 4-player split-screen, will run at 60 FPS even in split-screen, will have 8-player online, will feature 16-tracks, and we’ll be getting it at the end of the year. They also gave a new trailer for the game. Check it out below.