The official Hyrule Warriors website has been updated with plenty of interesting images from the Wii U exclusive. There’s new images of Ghirahim, Fi, Zelda, Link, The Imprisoned, and many, many more. You can check out more than thirty Hyrule Warriors images, here.
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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories developers Climax Studios has been more than a little sneaky today as tech demo images cropped up of an ‘unannounced title’ with a similar art style to the Prince of Persia series. However, the said images of the character action platformer have now been removed from their official website but you can take a peek over at Gamespot, where they managed to nab them in time. Screenshots of another unannounced title have replaced the aforementioned, which is assumed to be a horror title.
Deviantart artist Zoki64 has created some stunning renders and models of Nintendo consoles and peripherals from the past. These include a special Zelda: Ocarina of Time Nintendo 64 console, and a custom Super Mario 64 controller. You can view these amazing pieces of work right here.
Ubisoft has released a batch of sumptuous new images of its long-awaited Assassin’s Creed 3. The action packed game is currently scheduled to launch alongside the Wii U in North America on November 18th, and judging by the screenshots it looks as though it’s shaping up rather nicely.
Japanese publication the Nikkei has posted a number of high-resolution images of the Circle Pad Pro for the Nintendo 3DS XL. We already mentioned earlier that Kotaku writer Brian Ashcraft gave the peripheral the thumbs up, and said that it’s comfortable and not too big. You can view all the images here.
Game Reactor who attended the Wii U experience at Nintendo Europe HQ have taken a number of high quality snaps of the final Wii U hardware. There were white Wii U console’s at the event, but Nintendo were apparently only letting people take high quality photos of the Premium model. You can view all thirteen images right here.
Wired has managed to scoop some screens of Epic Games next generation video game engine Unreal Engine 4. Epic Games unveiled the engine to developers in February, a week before the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Representatives from Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia, and the most influential game developers in the industry all had a chance to see the fruits of Epic Games labour. Epic has yet to reveal whether Wii U games will run on Unreal Engine 4.