Wow, here’s a nice bunch of rumours for you. Firstly, Visceral Games, the development studio behind the Dead Space series, is apparently readying a new entry to the Dead Space franchise and the game will be released on Wii U, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Secondly, Insomniac games, the development team behind the Ratchet and Clank series on the PlayStation consoles, is busy developing their new multiplatform title Overstrike for Wii U, along with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

And lastly, Crytek the developers behind Crysis are set to announce TimeSplitters 4 at this years E3 event in June. The long-awaited game will appear on Wii U, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The source claims that there are roughly 150-200 games in the works for Wii U.

Tip: Limix

 

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      • Patcher is going to be fired if he keaps messing up you know that he said the same thing about the PS1 and the PS2 allso but he is allways wrong the Wii U will be a biger sugsess than the Wii no mater what anyone says because the cheapest system all ways sells the best and the Wii U will be it and third party will not pass it up this time

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      • Patcher is a retarded mofo but that daus not matter 150 to 200 games are in development this is a good sine can’t wait to see those three games dead space overstrick and time splitters theas are real good games

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  1. already posted this on facebook, but I might as well post it here too

    It would seem like a lot of big titles might come out for Wii U, which would be a VERY good thing.

    If Nintendo wants to win back the hardcore, they really need to get both Wii U editions the “Big” titles, and 3rd Party Exclusives that would only be on Wii U. With 3rd party support, Nintendo’s usual big franchises + new games, and a robust online network, The Wii U Might have what it takes to be a hit. At least, In my opinion.

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    • Securing 3rd party exsclusives would be difficult and exspencive im afraid

      Sony had that back in ps2 before Microsoft decided to come in and fuck everything up

      Nintendo maybe the best in the market from my and millions of other peoples opinions but Microsoft is by far the richest and they have absolutely no desire to let Sony or Nintendo get any 3rd party game exsclusive if they know its goign to make alot of money

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  2. You had me at Timesplitters 4. Anything else is a bonus.

    Also liked the bit about the differences between the earlier and later versions of the dev kits.

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  3. Wow, this rumor is mouth-watering. Nintendo’s E3 conference cannot come soon enough!! Wish I could slep til June….course I’d be fired from work and dropped from school.

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  4. I want all of these fucking games NOW!!!!
    I’m loving all of the support the Wii U is getting. It will become the standard.for all consoles of the next generation, imo.

    Leave luck to heaven.

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  5. I believe the Dead Space rumor. EA already said they would support Nintendo with their key games, and during the E3 presentation, they showed some of those brand games, and one of them was Dead Space. Since this would also be on all platforms as opposed to a exclusive, and a proper DS game instead of another Extraction, it’s not surprising to see this happening at all. I’m all for DS 3 now. I’m not really sure about the other games, though.

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  6. Did anyone else read the linked article and saw that the Wii U apparently runs Frostbite 2 with higher frame rates than the 360 version of Battlefield 3, and is more superior to any PS3/360 game running the engine? Wii U will be a BEAST.

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  7. Thanks…. It’s just because there were 4 hotlinks and i didn’t notice that part of the article. Lol i clicked it and did not read it :P

    BTW: Sickr should article it on this site.

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  8. I just want Insomniac to release a Ratchet and Clank game (or HD collection) on the Wii U. Or even the PS3, I’m not picky.

    Well….about that…it better not be on the Vita.

    And Timesplitters 4 could be good.

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