On Aug. 5, a free software update in the Splatoon game for the Wii U console makes it even more fun
And Other Hand-Held Systems — Nintendo Continues to Defend its Innovations Against Patent Lawsuits Nintendo recently won a patent case in federal court with the Judge ruling that eight of Nintendoï¿½s popular hand-held systems, including the 3DS, DSi, DS and Game Boy Advance, didn’t infringe patents. The patent case that was started back on 27th Feb. 2013 is finally over for Nintendo, as the judge recently ruled in favor of big ‘N’, that all eight of their hand-held systems since the early days of the Game Boy Advance to the most recent New Nintendo 3DS, did not infact infringe on the patent held by Quintal, whom also had previously lost the same patent case over Sony’s Portable PlayStation (PSP).
‘The official line is that we’re awaiting an announcement from Nintendo on new hardware,’ Speaking to Nintendo Life, Bell explained the game may one day make its debut on Nintendo’s new NX system but, as it stands, the Wii U simply can’t handle it. Project CARS has officially crashed on the track as it was trying to race to the finish line on the Nintendo Wii U console.
Microsoft may be on the verge of a class-action lawsuit following a recurring claim that an Xbox 360 As Arstechnica reports, a decision was made by the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday that says Microsoft should either face litigation regarding the claims or face a Supreme Court showdown. The Xbox 360 since the early days had issues with putting big deep cuts into your game discs, and Microsoft has always said it because you don’t know what you doing, like turning the console from upright to flat while the disc is spinning or jumping around the room with the console moving, or you just not treating your 360 right or your discs, its all your fault the consumer, but this might finally come to crashing halt, as judge has recently made some statements that might leave Microsoft wide open for another major class-action lawsuit after all these years regarding the Xbox 360 disc-scratching issues and the over 50k of reports from very upset Microsoft Xbox gamers
Satoru Iwata is dead at 55. — Mario is heartbroken
Speed and Chiptunes Collide Inspired by early arcade racers, Spectra merges unrelenting difficulty with an original soundtrack by Chipzel (Super Hexagon). It’s available today for PC and Xbox One. If you remember the days of playing fast moving racers in the arcades or on your PlayStation One, then you love this new game.
Tower Control, a new game mode, will soon be added to the already available multiplayer modes The objective of Tower Control is to ride a single floating tower into the enemy’s base.
Comparison Screenshots Between ‘Then’ and ‘Soon’ for Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition includes completely reworked visuals, rebalanced gameplay and integrated DLC. It’s a massive overhaul, and it shows in the new comparison screenshots released today. The developers are hard at work, in redoing the famous Darksiders II for the PlayStation 4 release, and they recently decided to share with us some details on what they are doing along with a few teaser screenshots showing how much better the graphics will be
Users are reporting slower then normal for PSN download speeds.
Play Levels Designed by Others or Create Your Own in Super Mario Maker for Wii U During the Nintendo Digital video on the opening day of E3 in LA, Nintendo announced games launching in the near future, with a focus on what fans can enjoy in the second half of 2015 and early 2016. The last of big 3 gaming companies press events for the E3 is now over, and here is all the details from big ‘N’ themselves on what they showcased in their E3 Nintendo Direct, and the best news out of it was that StarFox is coming this year, and XenoBlade for the Western World, and Mario Maker is amazing and will be a sure fit hit, but below you can read about all the other great Wii U/3DS games coming.