Earlier today, we posted a video by NintenDann giving viewers a good look at the Wii U version of Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge. Well, it seems as though the YouTuber had more to share. Below, you can find extensive footage of the game on the Nintendo 3DS–which looks the same for the most part. Both versions are currently available for download in Japan, provided you have the special voucher that comes with every new purchase of Mario or Donkey Kong series amiibo. We have yet to hear when the game will make its way to the West.
Is the bowling on Wii Sports Club not hardcore enough for you? Then you might think about picking up the newly released Brunswick Pro Bowling for Wii U. You can watch the video below to help decide if the game is up your alley. Alternatively, if you just like hearing the crash of the ball hitting the pins, the video’s worth a listen.
It may be time for Nintendo’s infamous quality control system to make a return. Bigley’s Revenge is one of many indie games launching on the US Wii U eShop this week, and as you can see in the videos below, the game is a bit rough around the edges. The eclectic style, simple gameplay, and over-the-top audio make the title seem more like a joke than an attempt at a quality game. Would you pay $4.99 for Bigley’s Revenge?
A new puzzle-platformer titled Shadow Puppeteer is making its way to the European Wii U eShop on January 21st. Developed by Sarepta Studios, the cooperative game tasks one player with controlling a young boy, and another, his shadow. Players must work together by manipulating light and moving obstacles in order to hunt down the villainous shadow puppeteer that separated the duo. You can find some Wii U footage of the game below.
The hit Nintendo 64 title 1080° Snowboarding has made its way to the North American Wii U Virtual console this week. As such, players have been posting videos of the game online. If you have reservations about dropping $9.99 on the title because you can’t quite remember how fun it was on the N64, you can use the video below as a quick refresher.
Tilmen from Nintendomination and his colleague recently got the chance to test out FAST Racing NEO at Gamescom which kicked off this week. As you can see the footage is off-screen but it gives a good representation of just how fast this game is. The futuristic racer is due to be released sometime later this year. For now just enjoy the footage and hopefully some more will surface.