Nintendo is carrying out its promise to drive first and third-party software momentum according to a new report published by Asia Nikkei. The Kyoto based company asked a Japanese third-party company to introduce its major releases as early as possible on the Nintendo Switch as it doesn't want a repeat of how things went on the Wii … Continue reading Nintendo Asked Third-Party Developer To Release Games As Early As Possible
While Silicon Studios was announced as a partner when then Switch was revealed last year, we now know what the company is bringing to the console. Silicon Studio is a primarily known as a technology company, so it makes sense that they'd be bringing support for their various engines to the console. As well as the … Continue reading Silicon Studio Promises To Bring Multiple Engines To The Nintendo Switch
The Game Developers Conference might be largest gathering of game developers, but it doesn't look like the Switch was getting much attention at GDC 2017 earlier this month. According to a survey of 4,500 of the attendees, only 3% were currently working with Nintendo's latest console. While this isn't too surprising in itself, the Switch was even being beaten … Continue reading Survey Of 4,500 Developers Shows Only 3% Are Making Games For Switch
We all know that a fair few franchises are skipping the Wii U, but Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime would love to eventually see them on the console. Fils-Aime still believes that third-party developers are supporting the console and cites Watch Dogs as an example of this. However, Reggie says Nintendo has the strongest … Continue reading Reggie Says He Would Love Call Of Duty And Other Blockbuster IP’s On Wii U
Outspoken industry analyst Michael Pachter has told Venture Beat that he believes Nintendo will abandon the hardware market in the next generation of video game consoles. Pachter doesn't believe that there's a market for Nintendo hardware any more, but there's still lots of interest in the innovative software that they put out. "They are more … Continue reading Pachter Believes Nintendo Will Abandon Hardware And Will Go Third Party Next Gen
Nintendo of America Senior Director of Communication Charlie Scibett is confident that third-party developers will return to the Wii U if console sales eventually rise. Scibett says the developers want the same thing as Nintendo, and that's to see the install base grow. "We want the same thing that the third parties want, which is … Continue reading Nintendo Believes Third Party Developers Will Come Back To The Wii U If Sales Increase
An unannounced third-party game is apparently in development for Wii U. The supposed project will launch in 2014 and exclusively on Nintendo's console, according to Nico Wav of French gaming website Gameblog. The title is said to be somewhat similar to Platinum Games' upcoming Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2, although it isn't related to the … Continue reading Unannounced Third-Party Game Exclusively Hitting Wii U In 2014?
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime believes that third party developers haven't given up on the Wii U, despite dwindling support from big name publishers. With a number of key titles missing from the Wii U lineup, it's certainly interesting to hear Reggie's perspective on things, especially with regards to Call of Duty Ghosts which … Continue reading Reggie Believes Third Party Developers Will Come To Wii U
Nintendo has released a video showing the third-party games coming this year to Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Among the third-party games that will be released on Wii U in 2013 are several games from Ubisoft, including Watch_Dogs, Rayman Legends, Just Dance 2014 and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Watch the above video to find … Continue reading Here’s A Video Showing Third-Party Games Coming This Year To Nintendo Platforms
According to Nintendo, there are many third-party games coming to both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Among the confirmed third-party games being developed for Nintendo platforms are Rayman Legends, Disney Planes, Scribblenauts Unmasked, Sonic Lost World and Watch_Dogs. An image Nintendo has released regarding third-party games can be seen above.