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Hyrule Warriors Coming To Wii U On September 26

Today during Nintendo's Digital Live Event at E3, the company announced the release date for Hyrule Warriors on September 26. The game merges the world of The Legend of Zelda and the style of Dynasty Warriors to create a new hack-and-slash game. Players can control Link, and Nintendo confirmed today that you can also take control of Princess Zelda,…

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Yoshi’s Woolly World For Wii U Coming 2015

Last E3 Nintendo announced "Yarn Yoshi", but we haven't heard much else on the title. Today during Nintendo's E3 Digital Event Live, the title was confirmed to be Yoshi's Woolly World and it is expected for release in 2015. The game features cooperative play and encourages exploration in the world. There's a lot of detail…

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GameCube Controller Adapter For Wii U Priced

We heard a few weeks ago that Nintendo was bringing an adapter for the Wii U that would allow players to use GameCube controllers for the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Now we know that the adapter, which supports up to four GameCube controllers including the WaveBird, will cost $19.99, and will launch this holiday with the…

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Splatoon! You Can Ink and Squid All You Want!

Splatoon, the new IP from Nintendo looks incredibly fun. This has pretty much sold me on getting a Wii U. Using the gamepad for map displays to see what your friends and foes are up to, this game includes fun, and competitive multiplayer. This brightly colored arena ink shooter looks BRILLIANT!

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Mario Party 10: Bowser Party?

This time around Bowser is the star. You can use Bowser to battle four of your friends. As Bowser, you can fully utilize the WiiU's gamepad to attack your friends. Players will also be able to use Nintedo's Amiibo while playing. Mario Party 10 is set to release in 2015.

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Nintendo Announces amiibo Figures

Today during Nintendo's Digital Event Live at E3, the company detailed its plans for its new NFC figurines that are being called amiibo. The figurines work by placing them near the Wii U Gamepad, and they transfer data back and forth between the game and the figure. Unlike other NFC figurines, these will be useable across…

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