Game Title: E3 2015 – Nintendo Press Conference Release Date: 16 Jun 2015 (Single Day Event) Nintendo have had a rocky road since they released the Wii U, this is mostly their fault, due to their inability to adapt and give their customers exactly what the want, such as region free gaming and more compatibility between systems, so perhaps Nintendo will us this or they will stand their ground and do as they think is best, times below: Los Angeles (U.S.A.
Here is 30 minutes of Xenoblade Chronicles X gameplay for Wii U Source Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: 30 Minutes Of Xenoblade Chronicles X Gameplay The post 30 Minutes Of Xenoblade Chronicles X Gameplay appeared first on WiiUHaX.
TotalInsanity4 has made an awesome tutorial on how block System Updates on Nintendo Consoles using OpenDNS, DarkFlare69 turned that written tutorial into a video tutorial, which you can see below: Some information from the video: Domains to block: nus.cdn.c.shop.nintendowifi.net nus.cdn.shop.wii.com nus.cdn.wup.shop.nintendo.net nus.wup.shop.nintendo.net nus.c.shop.nintendowifi.net DNS Settings: 22.214.171.124 – Primary 126.96.36.199 – Secondary Original Tutorial/Source Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: How To Block Nintendo System Updates The post How To Block Nintendo System Updates appeared first on WiiUHaX.
Marionumber1 has posted a video on YouTube showing a small amount of what their Wii U exploit can do, with their demo video they showed that they could change text in Nintendo Land, the original text said ‘hello’, the new text says ‘Hello GBATemp’, here is the video(Its over two weeks old): Here is a quote from the description on the video: A lot has happened in the Wii U scene in the past few weeks. Our hacking group, including me, NWPlayer123, Hykem, and several others, has finally finished our own Cafe OS kernel exploit! This lets us turn our browser exploit into complete control over the PPC side of the Wii U
Here is this months Nintendo Direct video: If you don’t want to watch the video, here are the highlights: amiibo amiibo Cards: A totally new form of amiibo is coming this fall! The first set of amiibo cards will be based on Animal Crossing characters and will be compatible with the Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer game
File Name: Savegame Manager Plugin for NTR 1.0 & 2.0 File Submitter: GregoryRasputin File Submitted: 23 Mar 2015 File Category: 3DS Developer: cell9 Source: https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-savegame-manager-plugin-for-ntr-1-0-2-0.384865/ cell9 has released a Save Game Manager Plugin, here is a quote from the source: Notice: This plugin was tested on genuine game cards only. Some games have anti-savegame-restore feature, restoring savegames make be considered as cheating, more details: http://3dbrew.org/wiki/Anti_Savegame_Restore Features: Backup savegame. Backup the savegame in game cards to microsd.
cell9 has released a CFW for the New 3DS, here is a quote from the source: NTR CFW 2.0 is a custom firmware designed for New 3DS, with such features: Region Free. Region-locked games could be launched in Home Menu directly.
Extrems has updated Not64 Second Edition, here is a quote from the source: New options: ScalePitch Changes pitch according to emulation speed. VideoMode 0: Auto – 1: 480i60 – 2: 240p60 – 3: 480p60 – 4: 576i50 – 5: 288p50 – 6: 576p50 TrapFilter Affects composite video, similar to the GameCube’s output. Recommended for lower-end CRT TVs.
Latest rumors is Xbox One getting an ‘hardcore’ controller for better FPS action! Rumours from GDC suggest that Microsoft is designing an alternative controller for the Xbox One, more suited to shooters and racing games. GDC has been packed with tons of info flying around from various outlets, and now the latest rumors are saying that Microsoft is secretly planning to unveil whole new ‘hardcore’ Xbox One controller at E3 in June ths year, aimed at the growing eSports FPS gaming world.
A member of GBATemp called aerosoul94 has released IDA Pro Wii U Loader, here is a quote from the source: I didn’t like the way IDA’s default ELF loader was handling Wii U ELF’s and how it didn’t handle RPL’s and RPX’s (not that I expected it to), so I decided to just create my own. Features: – Compressed section handling – Creates extern segment for imported functions – Symbol table loading – Adds imports and exports These are pretty basic features but do make analyzing a lot easier than it would be with the default ELF loader. How to use: – Copy wiiu.ldw into your IDA/loaders directory – You can now load an RPL/RPX into IDA Source Visit The Forum To Discuss The Story: IDA Pro Wii U Loader The post IDA Pro Wii U Loader appeared first on WiiUHaX.