Category Archives: Wii

Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance & Radiant Dawn soundtracks now shipping from Amazon Japan

Both soundtracks are still available for order, so you might want to pick them up if you haven’t already… before they go out of print and skyrocket in resale price by a factor of ten. Continue reading

Link and Cordelia figurines coming soon, spotted at Wonder Festival 2015

Winter Wonder Festival 2015 is going on right now in Makuhari Messe Hall in Chiba, Japan, where fans can get a preview look at some of the figures coming out in the near future. Continue reading

Club Nintendo Adds 13 Physical Rewards, Over 100 Digital Rewards

Over 100 digital games have been made available for Club Nintendo members, along with over a dozen physical rewards. Continue reading

Katy Perry spotted using Wii Remote wrist strap during Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show

As it turns out, dancing sharks weren’t the last double-take moment of the Pepsi Halftime Show. Continue reading

Dozens of downloadable games, limited quantity of physical items coming to Club Nintendo in February

Will we see anything on the level of golden nunchuks? Luigi’s Mansion figurines? Continue reading

New digital game rewards added to North American Club Nintendo

Need to spend your hard-earned coins? Nintendo has added some eShop games as rewards. Continue reading

Sonic Generations was originally planned for Wii, DS before being canceled

The game, originally titled Sonic Anniversary, was eventually released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Nintendo 3DS. Continue reading

Virtual Console versions of Wii games can access previously transferred save files

Super Mario Galaxy 2, Punch-Out!!, and Metroid Prime Trilogy will let you resume your old save files! Continue reading

Japan getting Bowser, Toad Wii Remote Plus controllers on March 12th

No word on whether or not these will be available in North America or Europe. Continue reading

Monster Hunter: How immersion creates a compelling story

With Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate just around the corner for western audiences, perhaps it is … Continue reading