Epic Mickey 2: Power of Two is a follow up to the original for Wii, only this time it was released on the 360, PS3 and Wii U in addition to the Wii. The original was controversial due to the camera, and it is safe to say that this issue has been corrected. Will this game live up to the first one? Is it still as epic as the title suggests? Find out and continue on for the review!
Pandora’s Tower is coming to the States in Spring of 2013 for Wii!
Nintendo has just released its U.S. sales numbers for the first six weeks of the Wii U lifecycle, and it looks like they have almost sold 890,000 units…
A triple threat review – woo! So how do these 3 versions of ‘Rise of the Guardians’ stack up? Read on to find out!
Strong sales on Black Friday and the arrival of Wii U helped Nintendo sell more than 1.75 million total hardware units in the United States in November, according to the NPD Group.
Watch as the Pikmin give us a sneak peak into what it takes to move data from a Wii to a Wii U.
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With the Wii U on the horizon, the Wii has been out for nearly 6 years. NintendoFuse wanted to give a listing of our favorite games over the course of the generation. We each made a top 10 list and were able to merge them together, giving us a list of the top 20 Wii games, in the eyes of […]
We were just sent some Cy-bug concept art and box art for Wreck-It Ralph. On his journey, he encounters these Cy-bugs, ranging from Juveniles, Flying Minions, and to energy beaming Lamp Cy-bugs. On top of that, there is a powerful Queen Cy-bug. Check out all the art below, and get ready for the Wreck-It Ralph game on October 30. [PR […]
Activision’s Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2013 and Cabela’s Hunting Expeditions are available today!
Starting Nov. 4, consumers in the United States will be able to choose from two new Wii bundles, each containing a Wii console and one of two new games from Nintendo’s third-party partners.
Nintendo is dropping the Wii console to a suggested retail price of $129.99 U.S. in advance of the busy holiday shopping season. The new configuration is beginning to arrive in stores now, and will be broadly available in the U.S. by Oct. 28.