All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Wii U GamePad’

Wii U Gamepad Hacked To Work On A PC

The second screen experience isn’t just for home consoles anymore. For the past few years, Nvidia has been pushing a second screen experience on the PC with support for tablets and its own Shield handheld device. Now some intrepid hackers have taken one of the very best second screen accessories and brought it to the PC. At the recent Chaos …

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‘Deus Ex: Human Revolution’ For Wii U Previewed in Gameplay Video

Though tons of video game news is coming out of this week’s Gamescom conference, not much of it concerns Nintendo’s Wii U platform. Instead, the next-generation buzz continues to surround Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. Square Enix, however, bucked that trend today by releasing a new preview for Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut for Wii U. The …

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New Wii U Ads Urge Families to Upgrade

The Nintendo Wii became an overnight success in 2006, and the console was hard to come by for nearly a year after its release. That hasn’t been the case for the Wii U, which Nintendo has been struggling to sell since its release last fall. The poor sales could be due to the confusing name or the general confusion seen …

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Coming to Wii U

With the release of LEGO City Undercover just weeks away, Warner Bros. today announced that LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes will be coming to the Wii U console. LEGO Batman 2 builds on the classic LEGO Batman by allowing players to take on the role of other D.C. Comics super heroes, such as Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, and Superman. …

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Wii U GamePad Not Availalable in U.S. Stores at Launch

Nintendo really hit it out of the park during their big New York announcement event for the Wii U yesterday. Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime revealed a console more powerful than either the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3, a large and varied lineup of games (including “hardcore” titles, and Bayonetta 2 as a console exclusive), and a streaming …

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