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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘ZombiU’

Nintendo Sells Less Than 100,000 Wii U Units In January

The latest NPD numbers for January were just released, and things aren’t looking good for Nintendo. The company that recently vowed to sell 4 million Wii U units by the end of March only managed to sell through less than 100,000 in January. Gamasutra reports that the Wii U sold anywhere between 45,000 and 59,000 units in January according to …

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Nintendo Brings Wii U ZombiU Bundle To North America On Feb. 17

When the Wii U first launched in Europe, it got a ZombiU bundle that included Ubisoft’s excellent launch title and a Wii U Pro Controller. That bundle is now coming to North America with an added value in the hope that more consumers pick up Nintendo’s latest console. Nintendo announced today that a ZombiU bundle which includes a physical copy …

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Nintendo Finally Provides Some Much Needed Wii U Content (In The Form Of Demos)

For the past few weeks, the Nintendo Download has been devoid of any quality Wii U content. In fact, the next game scheduled for the eShop is Double Fine’s The Cave. Beyond that, there doesn’t seem to be much on the horizon. Of course, Nintendo is kind of fixing that this week with two demos of launch titles from last …

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ZombiU European Launch Trailer Debuts

Nintendo fans in the U.S. who were lucky enough to pre-order a Wii U early have had the chance to play ZombiU for a couple of weeks now. Though the game has received mixed reviews, it’s generally agreed that the title is a throwback to early survival horror and that it makes impressive use of the new Wii U GamePad. …

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ZombiU’s Live-Action Found Footage Trailers Are Quite Disturbing

Ubisoft has decided to fully back Nintendo’s Wii U, releasing several games within the console’s extended launch window. And though Nintendo’s games and Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition has taken the best-reviewed launch title spots, Ubisoft’s ZombiU has been garnering some praise for showing off just what the Wii U GamePad is capable of. An unexpected launch title for a …

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ZombiU Launch Trailer Shows What the Wii U Can Do

It’s ok to still be skeptical of Nintendo’s Wii U. Two screens haven’t necessarily improved most handheld Nintendo games, though the occasional breakthrough title managed to do something creative with the concept. The launch titles for the Wii U have similarly demonstrated that developers are trying nearly everything they can think of to make the second screen Wii U Gamepad …

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New ZombiU Live-Action Trailer Demonstrates Multiplayer Gameplay

The creators of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 are certainly proud of their zombie mode. It’s a feature that sets the Black Ops games apart from the Modern Warfare side of the Call of Duty franchise. However, it is just one mode among many in that game. Zombie apocalypse fans looking for a pure zombie survival horror experience might …

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New ZombiU Trailer Shows Infested Tower of London

Ubisoft has certainly thrown its lot in with Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console. The game publisher has eight different games coming to the new system during its extended launch window, including Assassin’s Creed III, Rabbids Land, and Rayman Legends. It’s Ubisoft’s Wii U-exclusive title ZombiU, that is the most surprising, though. Nintendo has positioned itself with the Wii as a …

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Official ZombiU Trailer Released

When Nintendo announced ZombiU at this year’s E3, it seemed a bit out of character. The Wii has become a bastion of family-friendly console gaming in an era where gamers have grown up and are demanding more mature content. Perhaps for that very reason, Nintendo is making a concerted effort to gain more adult titles for the Wii U. At …

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ZombiU Gameplay Footage Shows First-Person Old-School Survival Horror

For a good decade starting in the mid-nineties, the survival horror genre blossomed and was actually pretty amazing. Sometime in the past 8 years, though, the genre began to decline. The Resident Evil series became more action-oriented and the Silent Hill series languished without a game comparable to that series’ first couple of games. It’s odd, then, that the revival …

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