Post Tagged with: “multiplayer”

Pure Chess 3DS/Wii U Release Date Revealed!

Pure Chess 3DS/Wii U Release Date Revealed!

Get hyped! You’ll be able to challenge your friends cross-platform on 3DS and Wii U as well as on Apple/Android devices starting March 20th!

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REVIEW – Trine 2

REVIEW – Trine 2

Trine 2: Director’s Cut is the most visually appealing game on offer through the Wii U eShop yet – but is it just another pretty face, or does it complete the whole package?

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Get the party started in The Croods: Prehistoric Party – Out Now!

Get the party started in The Croods: Prehistoric Party – Out Now!

It’s Survival of the Funnest!

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REVIEW – ATV Wild Ride 3D

REVIEW – ATV Wild Ride 3D

Taking you to new heights of excitement and fun!

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ATV Wild Ride Coming to the eShop March 7!

ATV Wild Ride Coming to the eShop March 7!

Today, Renegade Kid announced that ATV Wild Ride 3D, the eagerly anticipated off-road racer, will be available on March 7, 2013 for $7.99 USD in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™.

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Trine 2: Director’s Cut demo for Wii U released in Nintendo eShop worldwide

Trine 2: Director’s Cut demo for Wii U released in Nintendo eShop worldwide

Trine 2 now has a demo on the Wii U eShop. Not only that, but you can also get the game for a limited time with a 25% discount!

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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Confirmed for Online and Local Multiplayer

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Confirmed for Online and Local Multiplayer

It looks like the rumors are true. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, for Nintendo 3DS, will allow for local and online multiplayer modes, as well as Download Play capabilities. Up to four players can work together in something that sounds similar to the Luigi’s Mansion level in Nintendo Land (Wii U). In fact, after seeing it in action, it is quite […]

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Rayman Legends Gameplay E3 2012

Rayman Legends Gameplay E3 2012

Must not drool on my keyboard. Can’t pick my jaw up from off the floor. Rayman Legends looks sweet!

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The Conduit – Even More Multiplayer Details

The Conduit – Even More Multiplayer Details

From Josh Olson, Producer at High Voltage Software: Proximity voice only applies for Free-for-All games. Team chat is used for Team Reaper and Team Objective game types. You can’t, however, talk to members on the opposing team in team games. You can only talk to Friends and Friends of Friends with WiiSpeak per Nintendo guidelines. While we would have liked […]

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Punch Out!! – Trailer with Multiplayer Footage and Info

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Ghostbusters: Wii & 360 Side-By-Side

Ghostbusters: Wii & 360 Side-By-Side

In response to the feedback we received on the new Wii and DS screenshots of the upcoming Ghostbusters game, I’ve decided to put up a side-by-side to answer some of your questions. This is a screenshot from the Wii game (note Egon Spengler on the right): And below is from the XBOX 360 version of Egon Spengler: This is proof […]

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de Blob for de Win

de Blob for de Win

Another great game was released today in stores, and that game goes by the name de Blob. What first drew me to the game was its name. I came across a list of upcoming releases and saw “de Blob” on the list. Being who I am, I couldn’t resist checking out something with such a funny name, loving the fact […]

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MTV Multiplayer’s Chat With Reggie about a Storage Solution

MTV Multiplayer’s Chat With Reggie about a Storage Solution

Multiplayer: Are you hearing this complaint mostly from — and let’s use a nicer comment than “geeks and otaku” — more from hardcore gamers than from your expanded blue ocean audience? Fils-Aime: From an Americas-centric perspective, here is the reality we see. We have a consumer base who loves virtual console. We have a userbase who really is enjoying WiiWare […]

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Simple Review: Boom Blox

Simple Review: Boom Blox

I’ll keep it simple. Much like this game. If you are looking for a game that is fun and easy to pick while still maintaining that in-depth, mind mashing, just-one-more-game-feeling, this is that game. Think of it this way: Single player mode lures you into the game by starting you off with simple puzzles. Puzzles that many people will not […]

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