Comcept Japan is teasing possible Mighty No. 9 additional downloadable content in a recent video update. The bonus trailer gives us a peek at Mighty No.0 who is meant to be Zero. He basically resembles both Bass and Zero. Mighty No. 9 is scheduled to be released for the majority of video game formats in 2015.
UCraft is a Multi-Player open world sandbox that is being developed by Nexis Games exclusively for the Wii U. In addition to delivering a multitude of textures and materials out of the box, UCraft will also offer plug and play compatibility with SDK Paint (A Hull Breach Studios Wii U Drawing application) allowing users to customize and modify their UCraft experience specifically to their liking. The world in UCraft is never ending so the only limit is your imagination.
• Never ending support and frequent updates
• SDK Paint integration
• A Never ending world
• Survival Mode
• Quests, Missions and a quest creation mode.
• Wildlife and Mysterious creatures
• Multiplayer (Local and Online) 2 Local and up to 16 for online.
• Voice Chat
Nintendo of America has uploaded the glorious television commercial for Bayonetta 2. The game is scheduled to be released on October 24th and has received some excellent reviews across the board. Those of you that purchase Bayonetta 2 in the US will be eligible for the free copy of the original Bayonetta which comes packaged with the game.
Sega has released a video which takes a behind the scenes look at the extensive development of Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal on the Nintendo 3DS. Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal and Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric will be in stores in North America on November 11, 2014.
Nintendo Europe has released a brand new trailer showcasing the magnificent Donkey Kong Country which will be arriving on the Wii U Virtual Console on Thursday. We are still waiting to hear when Nintendo of America plans to release the series on the Virtual Console. All three SNES classics are coming to Europe this month.
Tilmen from Nintendomination has uploaded the first sixty minutes of the recently released Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate which went on sale in Japan this weekend. Sadly we’ve got a while to wait as the game isn’t coming to the west until sometime early next year. Still, judging from the video, it will certainly be worth the wait.
YouTube channel DigiProst has put together an impressive video of someone racing on the legendary Spa Francorchamps circuit and then recreated the footage in Project CARS. As you can the results are stupendous. Project CARS launches this November for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with the Wii U version coming next year.