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Our Accomplishment tracking will start November 18th, alongside the release of the Nintendo WiiU. Our first featured game is Nintendoland, so check back this November for our official launch of Wii U Accomplishments! We will track achievements via video, so if you have any game suggestions following Nintendoland, leave your comment below!

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Scribblenauts Unlimited Box Art

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The box art was just released for Scribblenauts Unlimited, and it looks great. Scribblenauts Unlimited will be available foe Wii U and 3DS this holiday season, presumably with the launch of the Wii U.

– Caleb Stiles

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A few month’s back, Miyamoto had made remarks, hinting towards a Nintendo 3DS remake of either Majora’s Mask, or “related to” A Link to the Past.

Both of these were memorable games in the series, and both offered unique aspects and style, each giving equal influence to the Legend of Zelda franchise.

Earlier today, GAME listed Majora’s Mask on their website for the Nintendo 3DS, but just as quickly at they put it up, they pulled it off of the site. I would like to see an isometric viewpoint remake of A Link to The Past (exampled above). The isometric viewpoint really captures the beginning of Link’s journey, and is nearly untreaded territory in the 3DS library thus far, so I’d love to see Nintendo make example of the 3D possibilities with this viewpoint.

Which title would you be more interested in playing? Comment Below!

– Caleb Stiles

 

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Project P-100 (working title) has been scarcely discussed, so today let’s discuss the plot, objectives and different features of this Wii U title.

Plot: Earth is under attack from an invasion of massive aliens, and your objective is to take charge of a group of unique super heroes, and harness their abilities. In Project P-100, your strength will come from numbers, and recruitment is a key aspect on each stage. 

Features: Players must explore each stage looking for citizen help, in order to take down these enormous aliens.  The more citizen help you have acquired, the stronger your Special Morph Powers will be. You can use these Special Morph Powers to harness powerful weapons, morph into a massive fist, or even morph into a traversable bridge.

Controls: Players will be taking control of the Wii U gamepad in this game in several different ways. You will be able to control your heroes, such as Vending Machine Man, Toilet Bowl Man, and Bonzai Man via the touch screen, as well as use the gamepad in order to solve in-game puzzle elements.

to get a clear understanding of this off-the-wall title, watch the trailer HERE

– Caleb Stiles

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Nintendo intends to create a “Gamer’s Facebook” with Miiverse, and this can create great potential for the upcoming Accomplishment system, coming to the Wii U and 3DS. With a strong social integration, players can talk to one another about accomplishments, how they got them, if they were worth the score, etc.Imagine pulling up a social menu via your Wii U gamepad, asking your friends and other gamers how to get past Bowser without taking damage (Accomplishment Example), and immediately getting results! Nintendo is making a great move with Miiverse. This social powerhouse combined with an Accomplishment system is a major aspect of what will drive home the appeal behind hardcore gamers, and that is just what Nintendo needs.

– Caleb Stiles

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Nintendo recently announced via SpotPass that Players have collected an accumulative amount of 50,610,416,353 coins worldwide in New Super Mario Bros. 2. As this game continues to dominate the charts in Japan, and rise up the Charts in North America, I’m cofident we will see that amount double. New Super Mario Bros. 2 is currently available at retail stores, and as a full download from the eShop, so grab your copy, and go for gold.

– Caleb Stiles