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12:52 PM on 06.10.2014

The GameCube controller adapter for Wii U will cost $19.99

As you know, Nintendo is releasing an adapter for Wii U that'll let you play Super Smash Bros. with four original Nintendo GameCube or WaveBird controllers. Now we have the price: $19.99. The company will also sell "retro" Ga...

Jordan Devore

12:31 PM on 06.10.2014

It's everyone vs. Bowser in Mario Party 10 on Wii U

The Wii U could use a new Mario Party and it's getting exactly that at long last. It looks super fun! In Mario Party 10, there are new Bowser Party mini-games which let one person control Bowser using the Wii U GamePad while...

Jordan Devore



Nintendo confirms three games from Miyamoto, one is Star Fox Wii U photo
Nintendo confirms three games from Miyamoto, one is Star Fox Wii U
by Chris Carter

Well that didn't take long.

Nintendo has sent over word to Destructoid that three games have been confirmed from the mind of Shigeru Miyamoto -- Star Fox, Project Giant Robot, and Project Guard.

All of these will be on the Wii U, and for Star Fox, the GamePad will show the view of Fox McCloud's Arwing. The TV shows the perspective behind your ship, and you can use the gyro sensors from the GamePad to target enemies. You can also switch between the Arwing and the Landmaster tank instantly, as well as a new helicopter vehicle. It's slated for 2015.

Project Giant Robot turns the GamePad into a factory, where you can build your own creation. From there, the GamePad becomes a cockpit, where you can control your robot and fight other creations. It's also coming in 2015.

Guard involves stopping a robot invasion, tasking you to set security cameras around a special perimeter, then monitor them to shoot lasers and blast the invaders -- this is another 2015 release.

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Full details on amiibo: RPG mechanics in Smash, 3DS adapter incoming photo
Full details on amiibo: RPG mechanics in Smash, 3DS adapter incoming
by Dale North

Nintendo Treehouse's Bill Trinen delivered more details on  their newly announced NFC figures, amiibo, directly following their E3 streaming event. He says that a variety of games will support these figures later this year, including Super Smash Bros., Mario Party 10, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker, Yoshi's Wooly World, and Mario Kart 8. Nintendo says that amiibo will bring new types of fun and new ways to interact with your favorite characters.

Super Smash Bros. on Wii U will be the first game to work with the first run of amiibo characters. Remember that opening video of Super Smash Bros. Meele? Remember how the figures came to life in that opening movie? That will be a reality later this year.

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11:55 AM on 06.10.2014

Lady Palutena confirmed for Super Smash Bros.

The roster for Super Smash. Bros. keeps growing and growing as we found out at the end of Nintendo's E3 Digital Event. Reggie snuck in a little teaser that showed a cartoon of Palutena arriving to help out Pit as he battles L...

Alasdair Duncan

11:47 AM on 06.10.2014

Nintendo announces Splatoon, a 4v4 action game

A new 4v4 multiplayer game was announced by Nintendo, and will be a third-person shooter. Well, kind of. Ink is the key gameplay element in Splatoon that is used in many ways. It's shot on the ground so you and your tea...

Brett Zeidler



Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, Omega Ruby coming to 3DS on November 21 photo
Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, Omega Ruby coming to 3DS on November 21
by Kyle MacGregor

Nintendo teased us with some brief footage of Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby last month, but it wasn't until today that we received our first good look at the upcoming remakes.

The Nintendo 3DS titles are launching November 21.

 

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11:38 AM on 06.10.2014

Create your own custom levels in Mario Maker

Yes, Mario Maker is real and it's exactly what we thought it'd be: a game that lets you create and play your own custom Mario levels. It's coming to Wii U next year. You'll put down various elements like pipes and Goombas, a...

Jordan Devore



Xenoblade Chronicles X coming to Wii U in 2015 photo
Xenoblade Chronicles X coming to Wii U in 2015
by Kyle MacGregor

Epic space battles. Huge mecha. And a gorgeous Xenosaga-style art direction. Monolith Soft's new game is called Xenoblade Chronicles X and it looks absolutely stellar. Do want.

Hiroyuki Sawano, composer on numerous anime series like Attack on Titan, is handling the music on the upcoming Wii U project, which should be launching sometime in 2015.

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11:34 AM on 06.10.2014

Nintendo announces Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for Wii U

We just can't get enough Kirby, it seems. Nintendo announced Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for the Wii U today, which looks to be a clear follow-up to the DS title Canvas Curse. Not much is known at this point, but it looks like Kirby will have a ton of different forms to morph into, and the same stylus gameplay will be present.

Chris Carter

11:34 AM on 06.10.2014

Midna and Zelda are playable in Hyrule Warriors

Hyrule Warriors of course got some screen time during Nintendo's E3 digital event today, where the developers talked a bit more about what separates this game from their respective franchises. Midna and Zelda were both annou...

Brett Zeidler



Bayonetta 2 releasing in October with first game included photo
Bayonetta 2 releasing in October with first game included
by Jordan Devore

As announced during Nintendo's E3 2014 Digital Event, Platinum Games will finally be ready for us in October with Bayonetta 2 -- and there's a bonus. The original game is included for free!

We also got a quick look at a new trailer -- it looked hot, always -- and apparently there will be Link and Samus outfits for Bayonetta. Gotta find those, ASAP!

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11:25 AM on 06.10.2014

Captain Toad getting a full-on game, coming holiday 2014

Nintendo announced a new game during their E3 digital event, that stars the one and only Captain Toad. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a fully-fledged game inspired by the levels found in Super Mario 3D World. It will be out on Wii U this holiday.

Brett Zeidler

11:24 AM on 06.10.2014

Nintendo talks Zelda Wii U, influenced by retro Zelda

Nintendo gave us everything we wanted in terms of Zelda today at their E3 conference -- more info on the Wii U Zelda game. Franchise veteran Eiji Aonuma talked a bit about how retro Zelda games were very l...

Chris Carter



Yoshi's Woolly World looks AMAZING photo
Yoshi's Woolly World looks AMAZING
by Jordan Devore

At Nintendo's E3 Digital Event, Good-Feel gave us a long-awaited progress update on Yarn Yoshi, and it's without a doubt the Yoshi game we've been waiting for all these years. It's now called Yoshi's Woolly World and is set for release on Wii U next year.

Good-Feel wanted to create a new type of Yoshi game filled with the same kinds of elements from the adorable Kirby's Epic Yarn, but this time, the world has proper depth, visually.

Much of the focus has been placed on exploration, specifically by way of Yoshi's unique abilities and, going a step further, a two-player mode. Both players are Yoshi -- one red, one green -- and can eat and spit each other out to reach new areas. I'm in love.

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10:59 AM on 06.10.2014

Miis and NFC toys confirmed for Super Smash Bros, out in October

Nintendo opened things up with a smashing reveal -- Miis are being supported in Super Smash Bros. It's called the "Mii Fighter." The game's director wanted to bring them into Brawl, but they just couldn't get it done. Bu...

Chris Carter