Extreme Exorcism Hits Wii U Later This Month

It might be a good idea to sharpen your Extreme Exorcism skills before the game arrives later this month. The paranormal platformer will be available on September 23 in the Nintendo eShop for Wii U, and it will cost $12.99. In Extreme Exorcism, players are tasked with exterminating all ghosts in a haunted house. There’s a twist to it, too, with each new round ghosts will mimic your prior actions to the point where you’re essentially competing against yourself. The game was featured in the Nindies@Home program in June.

Capcom France Says The Great Ace Attorney Isn’t Planned For A Western Release

Capcom France is saying that The Great Ace Attorney isn’t planned for a Western release. This piece of news comes from the publisher’s Twitter account, but hopefully it wasn’t referring to all Western regions. The game was released earlier this year in Japan for Nintendo 3DS. It is set during the Meiji Era in Japan and crosses over to London during the British Empire’s reign. At least we know that the recently-announced Ace Attorney 6 is coming to the West.

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Hyule Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL Sells Out At GameStop

The recently-revealed Hyrule Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL is already sold out at GameStop. Those who were lucky enough to pre-order one will receive it on October 30. Priced at $199.99, the system is gold in color and its exterior is emblazoned with a Hylian crest. Although it is launching shortly after The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, the Hyrule Edition doesn’t feature a copy of the game.

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Year Walk On Wii U Is The ‘Best’ Version

If you’re wondering which platform to play Year Walk on, Wii U is probably your best bet. According to developer Simogo, the upcoming Wii U version is the best iteration of the adventure title. The game introduces several new features specific to Wii U, such as allowing players to use the Wii U GamePad to study a folklore encyclopedia, decipher hints, take notes and listen for clues. Year Walk arrives on Wii U via the Nintendo eShop on September 17.

“All versions of the game have specific things I like about them, but I think the Wii U version is the best version for me,” Simogo’s Simon Flesser said in a recent interview. “If you didn’t know about the PC or iOS versions, you’d think ‘this is such a Wii U game.’ Me and Magnus from Simogo and Rhod from Dakko Dakko, we like to design for specific platforms or specific interfaces.”

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Nintendo Announces $90 Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition

Xenoblade Chronicles X fans in North America will be able to get their hands on a special edition of the upcoming Wii U role-playing game when it launches on December 4. The special-edition version is priced at $89.99 and includes a copy of the game, a book of concept art with over 100 pages, and a USB drive modeled after the game’s “Lifehold Unit” that comes pre-loaded with a selection of 10 music tracks from the game’s soundtrack. The special edition also contains a limited-edition art card of a painting done for the game by illustrator Takashi Kojo.

Watchup News App Pops Up On The Wii U eShop

You can now watch video news on Wii U with the new Watchup application in the Nintendo eShop. Available now as a free download, the app builds the user’s personalized newscast from a number of local, national and international news channels. Watchup also allows Wii U owners to watch their newscasts play continuously on the TV while a list of related articles can be read on the Wii U GamePad.

Here’s The Overview Launch Trailer For Runbow

13AM Games has released a brand-new overview trailer for Runbow to celebrate the launch of its new party-platforming game. Runbow supports multiplayer for up to nine players and features a total of six modes. Players can challenge their friends in King of the Hill, Arena, or Run. You can also play solo or cooperatively in Adventure and Bowhemoth. In ColourMaster mode, challengers race against one ColourMaster who controls the colors and obstacles in the level with the Wii U GamePad. Runbow is available now on the Nintendo eShop.