Runbow Pocket Announced for New 3DS + Physical Versions Announced

The geniuses at 13am Games have announced that Runbow will be coming to the New 3DS for the first time, as well as a Deluxe Edition for the Wii U. Both the New 3DS and Wii U will be getting a physical release that you’ll be able to purchase at your favorite retailer. This is a great opportunity to try the game as well as double dip for the physical release junkies.

Runbow Deluxe will include all the already released DLC as well as the upcoming future DLC installed already. In addition, buyers will be suprised to find out that an official soundtrack of the game as well as 4 themes if you purchase the New 3DS version.


Grab the gang and go where no man has gone before inSatura’s Space Adventure! Runbow’s brand new DLC includes:

  • 36 New Adventure levels and 13 New Multiplayer Levels to tackle solo or with your friends!
  • A new set of Astronaut Costumes for Hue and Val!

In addition, 4 New Costume + Music Packs will also be available! Hue and Val have expanded their wardrobes and music collections with the Professionals, Anime, Steampunk, and Winter Packs!

But that’s not all! Lilac from Freedom Planet has also
joined the group and can be picked up for FREE on the Nintendo eShop!

You can pick all these great additions individually or for$12.99 with the Extra Val-Hue Bundle!

 Indie superstar Shante was also inducted into the game as free downloadable DLC for the game. Check out fresh new trailer by clicking here.

New Zelda Title For Wii U and NX Gets Revealed as “Breath Of The Wild”

During this week’s annual E3 expo in Los Angeles, Nintendo revealed the new name of the upcoming Zelda title for Wii U and NX. The name of the new game will be: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. With the official title being revealed during the a trailer showing some upcoming gameplay elements that would be vital, new, and exciting territories to embark for the Zelda series.

Borrowing gameplay elements from popular series such as Skyrim with the gathering items to help you throughout your journey like wood, food, ect. Instead of reading to what I’m rambling about, why don’t you check out this simply brilliant trailer instead? I promise it’s worth the time.

Bravely Second Becomes Trademarked In Europe

You had me at second

A localization may be on the way, if this piece of news is any indication. The good news is Square-Enix has trademarked the name Bravely Second, a sequel to the original game Bravely Default, which came to both North America and Europe as well as Japan. It did take quite a while for the title to make it to Europe after it’s initial release in Japan (and even longer in North America.) If this is anything to get hyped about, it’s very likely we’ll see news submerge about the title at this years E3 conference, which is next month! How excited are you to get your hands on Bravely Second? Let us know in the comment section below.

 

Star Fox Wii U gets a rough release date

During the Nintendo Digital event, which is taking place today, Shigeru Miyamoto told the audience the game is now under full development and expect’s it to be on Wii U in about a year. Does this mean we’ll be playing Star Fox Winter of 2015? Who knows, one thing for sure is the series will be continued for another game.

Xenoblade Chronicles X to appear on the Nintendo Treehouse in a couple of minutes

Nintendo’s ongoing stream on their releases for Wii U and 3DS keeps on going. Next up on the Treehouse stream is Xenoblade Chronicles X, which was renamed from the previous name “X”. The game will be played live today at 1:15 PM Pacific Time, so be sure to watch the stream live right here.

Miyamoto to make an apperance in less that a hour

Get ready! Shigeru Miyamoto is getting ready to be on stage to present his new game during the live stream. His time starts at 12:40 PM Paciffic Time and will be taking the stage with his legendary status. Get prepared to see more footage from Miyamoto’s newest  IP’s and more! Sorry for the short notice, Nintendo of America announced it just recently. You can watch the stream here.

 

 

Ubisoft says they have a unannounced Wii U game complete, won’t release it until sales improve

Ubisoft Iwata

During Ubisoft’s roundtable event, Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft said the company has a completed Wii U game, but are holding off on release it until the Wii U “reaches a certain market.” Below, you’ll find what Guillemot had to say about the current aspect of the Wii U and the game:

 

We did adapt the number of products and the level of quantity that we did on the machine.

We will have Just Dance 2015 on Wii U, which is suited to the machine, we will have Watch Dogs. We have another couple of products that we are waiting for launch. Specifically, we have one game that we are waiting until the Wii U has a certain market size before we launch.

We have a game that has been done for six months; it is on our shelf waiting until more families to have the machine.

Nintendo is really coming with fantastic games, so they could – with the right price and very good games – get the machine to start.

If Wii U’s sales continue to multiply, it will quickly come to a mass market. We need the sales to increase so it becomes more mass market, and then we will have the volume we need to justify big marketing campaigns and TV marketing.

This game could never come out and could instead come out on another format that offers the same sort of experience. We will know this year how the machine goes.

We have to wait for Smash Bros to come. Smash Bros has always been a big, big property for Nintendo and for gamer’s. We all know that there are lots of Nintendo fans that are waiting for big games to come. We know they are coming. When I speak to the fans that come to E3, 90 per cent of them are crazy Nintendo fans. They really love Nintendo and the games they do. If they can quickly come and buy a Wii U, it would be good

 

Speaking in the shoes of a company, you want to make profit. But Ubisoft has taken risks with Wii U and hopes Super Smash Bros. for Wii U can really deliver a huge hit for the system and potentially reach a market for the Wii U where Ubisoft feels comfortable releasing this unannounced game.