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High Voltage Software Have Signed Up To Make Wii U Games

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High Voltage software is one of the latest developers to sign up to develop Wii U games. If your not sure who these developers are these are the people that made games like Conduit for the Wii. There is no news what the developers are working on but hopefully we get some    news soon (Maybe at E3?).


Written by David

February 4, 2012 at 8:26 am

THQ Is Working On Two Unannounced Wii U Games

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THQ’s Senior Producer Evan Icenbice has revealed via his LinkedIn profile that he is currently managing three unannounced games for 2012. One of these games is exclusive to Wii U while the other two will be appearing on Wii U and other formats. We already know that THQ is developing Darksiders 2 and Metro: Last Light for Wii U.

*TBD (Wii U/3DS/Wii/PS3/360)
*TBD (Wii U)
*TBD (360/PS3/Wii/DSi)

Written by David

January 19, 2012 at 12:32 am

Posted in Games, Just Announced, THQ

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Games that will be on Wii U

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Directly from the Official Australian & New Zealand Nintendo Magazine, there is a list of 100% confirmed games for Wii U. The list in includes:
*Pikmin 3
*Lego City Stories
*Dragon Quest X
*Trekken Wii U
*Killer Freaks From Outer Space
*Ghost Recon Online
*Darksiders 2
*Super Smash Bros. 4 (Name to be revealed)
*Marvel Pinball

Written by David

January 15, 2012 at 11:49 am

Posted in Games, Magazine, Nintendo

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Ubisoft Think Wii U Will Be Excellent For Casual Games, Will Be A Big Success

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Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has been impressed by the Wii U and has seen big chances for the console. In a recent article he says that he believes that the console will do great in the casual market. Although it’s good to have the best of both worlds lets hope that Ubisoft doesn’t focus making casual games other then more hardcore ones.

“We are big believers in the Wii U, on two subjects. One is for high-end games, where we’ll be able to do a game for the Wii U, but also for other [high-definition] machines, but also with specific use of [Wii U’s] tablet. Two, is we like the Wii U for all the [potential of] casual games.”

“Today, the Wii still is 45 percent of our business. Just Dance, all those casual games, are selling extremely well. So we are supporting the machine because we believe Nintendo is going to push it to another level. We think [Wii U] will be successful.”

“Now to [what audience] will it be addressed? We don’t exactly know yet,” he conceded. “But the potential of the machine, and the tablet [controller], I think is a good way to improve the potential gameplay. What we see is the ease of play is a part of the revolution we are seeing today. The fact that it’s easier to access games is what can make more people play. Maybe they can do a good job there.”

Written by David

November 13, 2011 at 8:54 am

Posted in Opinions, Ubisoft

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