Fans have already started queuing in numbers to get their hands on Smash Bros for the Nintendo 3DS in the United States. As you can see in the image embedded above, there were more than a few fans queuing up at the Nintendo World store Manhattan. The queue was apparently three blocks long. Are you getting the game at midnight?
When the Wii U launches in Japan, on December 8th, Nintendo TVii will be made available for Japanese consumers from the get-go. Nintendo confirmed earlier this week that Nintendo TVii is coming next year to select regions in Europe. The built-in, convenient application will be activated next month for Wii U owners in North America.
Developer Frozenbyte has released the launch trailer of the beautiful Trine 2: Director’s Cut, which is exclusive to Wii U. The game can be purchased for $19.99 from the North American Nintendo eShop for Wii U. The game will be available for download on Wii U in Europe on the new console’s launch date, November 30th, in that continent.
Today marks the release of the first new video game console in six years. Nintendo’s Wii U has finally launched in the U.S. The new console boasts full HD graphics and a unique controller called the Wii U GamePad, which hosts a wide variety of features, including a traditional gaming layout, motion controls, a microphone, speakers, a camera, a TV Control button, and a 6.2-inch touchscreen.
The Wii U releases in Europe on November 30th and Japan on December 8th.
Tomorrow Corporation has released the second trailer for its first Wii U game, Little Inferno. Little Inferno is a game in which children purchase a wide variety of items, then toss them into a fireplace, and watch them burn. Little Inferno will be available for download from the Nintendo eShop at Wii U’s launch this Sunday, November 18th.
When Nintendo’s Wii U launches in Australia on November 30th, Australian consumers can purchase a total of 21 games alongside the brand-new console. In Australia, the Wii U Basic Pack can be purchased for $349.95, whereas the Premium Pack will sell for $429.95.
- New Super Mario Bros. U
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- Call of Duty: Black Ops II
- Batman Arkham City: Armoured Edition
- Assassin’s Creed III
- Mass Effect 3: Special Edition
- Marvel Avengers: The Battle for Earth
- FIFA 13
- Rabbids Land
- Your Shape: Fitness Evolved
- Darksiders II
- Sports Connection
- Just Dance 4
- Scribblenauts Unlimited
- Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (Limited Edition)
- Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
- Transformers Prime
- 007 Legends
- Tekken tag Tournament 2
- Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper
Paper Mario: Sticker Star launches November 11th in North America, December 6th in Japan, and December 7th in Europe. The Japanese box art of the game features Mario holding a book and a sticker, whereas the North American box art displays the mustachioed hero holding his hammer, which is a crucial item in previous Paper Mario titles. Which design do you prefer?