In the opening moments of this year's The Wonderful 101 demo, I turned a stack of people into a giant fist in order to turn on a water valve. This valve sent water gushing down a water slide, and my crew and I rode the current and splashed into the pool below.
During this morning's special E3 Nintendo Direct, Iwata announced that the multiplayer for Platinum Games' The Wonderful 101 will include up to five people playing simultaneously. That's one more than the usual four, for tho...
Finally! Nintendo announced today that PlatinumGames title Wonderful 101 will be coming to the Wii U on September 15th. The game came under some fire recently for being touted as a "short" experience, but I personally can't wait, as PlatinumGames rarely misses.
Oh, and it totally has waterslides.
We still have no idea when The Wonderful 101 will launch; I think it's safe to say that any other significant Wii U release this Spring is completely out of the question. The issue with protracted game developments is that pl...
A new trailer for The Wonderful 101 (previously named Project P-100) was showcased during Nintendo Direct. At the end, there was a new feature that makes this the definitive game of the year.
101? The other one? That's you, says the new trailer from Nintendo, shown during this morning's Wii U press conference in New York City.
Platinum Games' upcoming Wii U title Project P-100 gets its final name, The Wonderful 101. Same game, same Pikmin-meets-Smash TV gameplay, but with a new name.