Legend Of Kay Comes To Wii U For 10th Anniversary

Ten years after the release of Legend of Kay on the PlayStation 2, Nordic Games officially announced they are releasing a remastered Anniversary edition across multiple platforms this Summer. The price is expected to be around USD/EUR 19.99 and 29.99, depending on the platform. Targeted platforms include the Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and … Continue reading Legend Of Kay Comes To Wii U For 10th Anniversary

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Reggie Points To PlayStation 2 In Defense Of Wii U Power

Nintendo of America president was asked by Forbes how he expects Wii U will compete against the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Specifically, Fils-Aime pointed out that both the PlayStation 2 and the original Wii were less powerful than the competition, but that didn't stop either of those consoles dominating the marketplace. However, both consoles … Continue reading Reggie Points To PlayStation 2 In Defense Of Wii U Power

Nintendo DS Passes PlayStation 2 To Become Best-Selling Video Game Platform

The Nintendo DS has finally surpassed the PlayStation 2 and is now the best-selling video game platform. The Nintendo DS has sold 153.69 million units, while the PlayStation 2 has sold 153.68 million units. The Nintendo DS outsold the PlayStation 2 globally from the week ending December 8th. Let's see if it can retain its position as … Continue reading Nintendo DS Passes PlayStation 2 To Become Best-Selling Video Game Platform

Nintendo America COO Admits Sony Has Done A “Phenomenal Job” Driving PlayStation 2 Sales

Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime admits Sony did a great job in terms of supporting its 12-year-old console, PlayStation 2, which launched in 2000. The PlayStation 2 is currently the best-selling video game system of all time, followed closely by the Nintendo DS, which released 2004. Like the PlayStation 2, Fils-Aime believes … Continue reading Nintendo America COO Admits Sony Has Done A “Phenomenal Job” Driving PlayStation 2 Sales

Capcom Says It’s Unrealistic If Monster Hunter Games Were Bound To Sony Platforms

Capcom's Monster Hunter series started out on a Sony console - the PlayStation 2. The publisher expanded to Nintendo platforms with the third console installment in the franchise, Monster Hunter Tri for Wii, because it's apparently unrealistic to keep the series forever bound to one company's platforms. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will launch 2013 for … Continue reading Capcom Says It’s Unrealistic If Monster Hunter Games Were Bound To Sony Platforms