To celebrate Megamans 27th birthday, Nintendo are holding a sale on the US eShop, here are the list of games on sale: 3DS eShop Mega Man 2 (Game Boy) – $1.49 (was $2.99) Mega Man 3 (Game Boy) – $1.49 (was $2.99) Mega Man 4 (Game Boy) – $1.49 (was $2.99) Wii U eShop Mega Man 5 (NES) – $2.49 (was $4.99) Mega Man 6 (NES) – $2.49 (was $4.99) Mega Man 7 (SNES) – $3.99 (was $7.99) Source Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: Megaman Half Price Birthday Sale The post Megaman Half Price Birthday Sale appeared first on WiiUHaX.
Classic NES game Duck Hunt is coming to the Wii U’s Virtual Console on Christmas Day, nothing else is known about the game, apart from the fact ytou will be able to use your Wiimote in place of the NES light gun. Source Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: Duck Hunt Coming To Virtual Console The post Duck Hunt Coming To Virtual Console appeared first on WiiUHaX.
If you bought a Premium Wii U, you were given access to ‘Nintendo Network Premium’. This gave you back a percentage of the cash you spent on the eShop, this was done via a points system, where 500 points gave you £5/$5: This service ends at the end of this month, on the 31st of December 2014 and if you haven’t yet registered for it and have bought several digital titles, then you better hurry up and do so, as you may have several a few codes to pick up
The Wii U has been out for two years and Nintendo still has not managed to bring Nintendo TV to the console in UK or Europe, if you click on the icon, you are greeted with a message saying the service is not yet available. However people in the UK may be able to get the BBC’s iPlayer service early next year, whilst not quite the same as Nintendo TV, it will give people access to BBC TV services.
Nintendo Console device accessory company PDP are releasing some sexy Nintendo character themed GameCube replica controllers, these are not actual GameCube controllers, but rather Classic Pro Controllers with the shame of a GameCube control pad. The control pads are named Wired Fight Pad and plug into the bottom of the Wii Mote: Source Source 2 Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: PDP Release Some Sexy New GameCube Control Pads The post PDP Release Some Sexy New GameCube Control Pads appeared first on WiiUHaX.
Nintendo showed some awesome footage of the new Zelda game which is coming next year: Thanks Zecoxao Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: Wii U – The Legend of Zelda – Gameplay First Look from The Game Awards The post Wii U – The Legend of Zelda – Gameplay First Look from The Game Awards appeared first on WiiUHaX.
Nintendo are holding a scheduled maintenance this Monday and Tuesday on the Nintendo Network, below are the times and details: UK From (approx.) Tuesday, 9 December 2014 01:00 to Tuesday, 9 December 2014 02:00. Affected services: Wii U – Online Play, Rankings etc. for Wii Karaoke U™ by JOYSOUND™ From (approx.) Monday, 8 December 2014 21:00 to Tuesday, 9 December 2014 02:00
This morning, Nintendo released a new system software, which is their second system software release this week, no word as yet if it fixes the 160-0103 bricking error code.
When it comes to consoles having error codes and problems that cause bricking, i more used to hearing them about the PS3, this is possibly the first time i have heard one about the Wii U, from my recollection, the only time a Nintendo console has had a bricking problem, is when someone hacks it and does something wrong. Which is why i find it weird reading news about an error code which renders the Wii U completely unusable. Originally it was reported that owners of Super Smash Bros have been experiencing error code 160-0103, this error leads to memory corruption annd this led many to believe that Super Smash Bros was to blame, but a posting on Reddit proved otherwise , here is a list of game from there, which cause this error: Scribblenauts has caused this.
Earlier this year, Phillips filed a law suit against Nintendo, for infringing their patents, these patents covered the Wii, Wii U and DS, here is a quote from the source: As a result, the patent infringement proceedings that Philips had initiated in Germany, the UK, France and the USA against Nintendo’s Wii, Wii U and DS handheld products will end.