Checkout this gameplay video of Octodad: Dadliest Catch on Wii U

Yesterday after we posted the Octodad: Dadliest Catch announcement for the Wii U version, several of you stated you had no idea what the game was like or how it controls. The game originally debuted on PS4 and PC earlier this year and has you assume the role of Octodad, a dad who also happens to be an octopus. You can control each tentacle with a different button and you have to perform every day tasks so you don’t blow your cover. It sounds pretty silly and that’s because it is, but it’s goo...
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Star Fox Zero release date set for February 26 in Europe?

Nintendo’s official position on Star Fox Zero release date is “Q1 2016”, which means between January 1st to March 31st. Unless it’s the Financial Q1, which means it’s from April 1st to June 31st. However, Danish retailer Coolshop has updated their Star Fox Zero release date, which is now set for February 26th. This is by no means a confirmation that the game will be out on that day, it’s simply a placeholder date for now. However, we’ve seen retailers leak accurate release dates in the...
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Nintendo wants Zelda Wii U’s open world to have a “twist”

Nintendo is hard at work on the new Zelda game for the Wii U (and they better be, after all those delays), and that includes The Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma. In an interview with IGN, Aonuma revealed an interesting bit of news about the “open world” of Zelda for Wii U. According to Aonuma, the developers are taking in feedback from Zelda Skyward Sword’s open world for the new game. “We actually had some feedback from Skyward Sword, where people were saying, ‘This is not exactl...
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Devil’s Third gets North American box art

To say that the Wii U exclusive action game Devil’s Third has been a disappointment would be an understatement. Nintendo knew that Devil’s Third wasn’t good a while ago, and decided not to bring this turkey to the US. However, that move outraged Wii U owners, and Nintendo eventually caved in and decided to release it in North America on December 11, 2015. We’ve covered the Devil’s Third fiasco in the past. Safe to say, it’s not a game you should spend your hard earned money on, especia...
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Nintendo wanted another Bond game after Goldeneye 007

Any gamer familiar with the Nintendo 64 would place Goldeneye 007 as one of the best games to launch on the system. The game has been remastered and enjoyed by millions of fans across the globe and according to a recent report, Nintendo wanted more Bond games from Rare but the studio declined to work on them. In a recent interview, Goldeneye designer Martin Hollis said that Nintendo was extremely happy with the critical acclaim that Goldeneye 007 received and wanted his team to work on an...
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