Hello everyone, DarkWish here… though I’m now going by first name of Hassan on the site. I haven’t posted on here in a while, but expect that to change. Look for more news/rumors/reviews posted from me in the coming weeks. If you’re looking for an update on the podcast, you’ll have to wait a bit more on that… all I can say is that things are changing, but you’ll still have something to look forward to either way. But for right now, I thought it would be interesting to see what 3DS games people currently own. I’ll start off… I own Pilotwings Resort, Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition, Nintendogs + Cats: Golden Retriever [...]
So the joint Nintendo and Ubisoft Developer Roundtable just happened.. Satoru Iwata, President of Nintendo, introduced Yves Guillemot, President of Ubisoft. The two said they worked closely together on Wii U. Below are the significant details revealed today…Ubisoft has 5 Wii U games on the way: Raving Rabbids, an Assassin’s Creed title, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online, a new multi-sport brand, and a new title named Killer Freaks. Ghost Recon Online features “always on” online services. It will have a personalized account system, creation as seamless as possible, flexible friends list, ranking, matchmaking, parental controls, ban list, etc. [...]
Most people expected it, but it’s now official: Pikmin 3 has been moved to Wii U. In the Developer Round Table today, Miyamoto at first told the press that he would not answer any questions about Pikmin. But at the end, he mentioned how this year is the 10th anniversary of Pikmin and he wanted to release it this year on Wii to coincide with that. But as he was working on Wii U and saw the HD graphics and new controller, he knew it was the perfect system for Pikmin 3. Apparently, the Wii version was far in development, so Miyamoto said it might not be too long of a wait until it’s ready on Wii U. He’s not supposed to announce it officially, but he wanted to [...]
Nintendo’s Developer Round Table is going on right now, and they mentioned that Mario Kart (working title) for the Nintendo 3DS will run in 60 FPS in 3D. Also, apparently Retro is helping them work on the game. That would explain the Donkey Kong Country Returns level. More from the Developer Round Table as it comes.