Nintendo is surely up to something good for the gamers and fans of the Wii U out there. A photo of the next genaration Wii U is circulating around in Twitter – but after a few moments the original source removed the photo. The tweet is coming from a QA tester for Traveler’s Tales, some report claims it was an accident.
A couple of guys saved the photo like GamesRadar and compared it to the previous model of the Wii U. In the leaked photo, it shows analog sticks which are not available in the previous . . . → Read More: Photos of Next Generation Nintendo Wii U Leaked in Twitter
The two of the most popular streaming video services throughout the world are the Netflix and Hulu. The services could be accessed on all sorts of devices from your DVR to your smartphone with a group of other devices. Nielsen has a new report on what gadgets people use to watch the streaming services.
Several people out there that watch both streaming services are viewing directly on their computer. Forty-two percent of the entire Netflix users watch by means of the computer and a massive 89% of the entire Hulu watchers use their computer. For Netflix, . . . → Read More: Nielsen Monitors Hulu and Netflix Streaming Usage
French Video game heavyweight, Ubisoft is eager to utilize its power on second-generation of Nintendo Wii U video-game console.
Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft Chief Executive and groups working on titles oriented to the latest console starred at a Nintendo developer’s roundtable at the premier Electronic Entertainment Expo. “This is certainly a first during my presidenty at Nintendo,” Satoru Iwata, global chief of Nintendo said as he acquainted “a most important partner,” Ubisoft.
The company is currently pouncing on the chance to create game software for Wii U that . . . → Read More: Wii U from Nintendo Mounted by Ubisoft
If you have been real in keeping your pennies in an effort to buy a inexpensive Nintendo Wii this festival period, it’s better to switch to the endorsement plan: Satoru Iwata, Nintendo CEO and President has established that there are no price drops listed in the immediate prospect for the company’s flagship console. Though, that is not to speak that Nintendo’s lined out any Wii reductions in the long-run.
Iwata said in a meeting with the Associated Press that “Persons who actually wanted it should have by now purchased it so now we need to reach . . . → Read More: Nintendo Wii Discounts Will be Unavailable