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21. Posted: Tue 8th Jan 2013 03:05 GMT
Yeah I could see the apple logo on it but the only retro apple computer I have used was at school in grade 1 with the red & green monitor output... Grannies Garden & Pod
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22. Posted: Tue 8th Jan 2013 03:55 GMT
So let's gather what we have so far. (added a few new games as well)
NA 2013-01-22 The Cave (SEGA & Double Fine)
NA 2013-02-07 Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2 (Tecmo Koei)
Bit.Trip Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (Gaijin Games)
Chasing Aurora Demo (Broken Rules)
Puddle (Neko Entertainment) for NA
Toki Tori 2 (Two Tribes)
Zen Pinball 2 (Zen Studios)
Anima: Gate of Memories (Anima Game Studio)
Armillo: The Parallel Universe Mystery (Fuzzy Wuzzy Games)
CastleStorm (Zen Studios)
Chasing Aurora 2 (Broken Rules)
Cloudberry Kingdom (Pwnee Studios)
Jett Tailfin (Maximum Games)
Mutant Mudds Deluxe (Renegade Kid)
Super Ubi Land (Notion Games)
Two Brothers (Ackk Studios)
UnEpic (EnjoyUp Games)
Wii U Panorama View (Nintendo)
8-bit Boy (Awesome Blade)
Aban Hawkins & the 1001 Spikes (Nicalis / 8bitfanatics)
Bayonetta (Platinum Games)
Biker Bash (Slightly Mad Studios)
Days of Dawn (Bumblebee)
Google Maps: Street View (Google)
Karateka (Jordan Mechner/D3PUBLISHER)
Ostrich Island: Escape From Paradise (MeDungeon Games)
Pier Solar and the Great Architects HD (Watermelon Games)
Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs (Firehazard Studio)
Sacrilegium (Topware Interactive/Reality Pump)
Spin The Bottle (Red Grim / Knapnok Games)
Star Beast: The Stellar War (Pixel Entertainment)
Team Notion (Notion Games)
The Pinball Arcade (Farsight Studios)
Edited on Sat 19th January, 2013 @ 09:04 by SKTTR
23. Posted: Tue 8th Jan 2013 04:23 GMT
I don't know but this is all youtube can give me
Looks kinda lame to me anyway
24. Posted: Tue 8th Jan 2013 04:45 GMT
Ninjabread Man 2.
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25. Posted: Wed 9th Jan 2013 12:34 GMT
More videos for the masses that are lazy and couldn't be bothered looking stuff up on youtube.
Can't wait to fuel my frustration with CLOUDBERRY KINGDOM
Now this is gonna be the gleaming jewel of the bunch I have chosen a 15 minute video from the first part of the game and to make it spoiler free I selected a non english version of the original Megadrive/Genesis release enjoy.
26. Posted: Wed 9th Jan 2013 19:53 GMT
What's Kid Tripp??
What's Kid Tripp??
An indie game made by a lesser-known developer called Pixie.
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27. Posted: Wed 9th Jan 2013 22:49 GMT
Of the videos I think The Cave and Karateka are the most potentially interesting. In fact I had seen earlier video of The Cave and said "no, too much puzzling/platforming," but the story does seem interesting from what's shown in this video.
Karateka, well, nostalgia doesn't always bear revisiting (see Prince of Persia). I played it a lot on my Atari 800 and really enjoyed it, but if the game is the same with HD graphics, then no, I'm not buying. Hopefully it will be nicely refreshed.
Tengami does look really nice; it also looks like something I would play on my iPad. I'd have to know that it not only didn't control with the touchscreen on the Gamepad, but that you didn't need to look at the Gamepad to play it before I'd consider buying it on Wii U. The games in Nintendo Land that require me to stare at the Gamepad screen (F-Zero I'm looking at you) are the ones I like the least. If I want to play a handheld touchscreen game I have a much better quality display in my iPad, thanks.
Edited on Wed 9th January, 2013 @ 22:50 by Sean_Aaron
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28. Posted: Sun 13th Jan 2013 03:58 GMT
Alrighty then! in preparation for the next releases it's time for some gameplay footage.
ZEN PINBALL 2
TOKI TORI 2
29. Posted: Sun 13th Jan 2013 10:13 GMT
RE: the Zen 2 video: I'm liking the look of that Captain America table, but I have to ask why they're under-utilising the Gamepad screen? Why not have the DMD on the Gamepad like Farsight is doing with Pinball Arcade to avoid the PIP covering part of the playfield. I also hope they have a few camera views because the first one was a bit too close to the table for me. I prefer something between that and the overhead view in the Captain America footage.
I'll definitely be checking this out, but I'm still more anxiously awaiting Pinball Arcade (and not just because I'll have two kickstarter rewards awaiting me).
Edited on Sun 13th January, 2013 @ 10:14 by Sean_Aaron
30. Posted: Sun 13th Jan 2013 11:04 GMT
@Sean_Azza If you look at the gamepad there is a button with a picture of a camera so you can select different views on the fly and I also noticed he flicked the touchscreen from the TV to gamepad there could quite possibly be more options to choose maybe. I would say the reason they don't have PIP would be so you can just play on the gamepad only if someone wants to watch TV. For all we know you might be able to customise the setup before playing on the main menu options.
31. Posted: Sun 13th Jan 2013 19:12 GMT
I hope Toki Tori 2 is soon. I've been wanting to play that for a long time!
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32. Posted: Sun 13th Jan 2013 20:13 GMT
Ninjabread Man 2: Sons of Liberty.
Ninjabread Man 2: Sons of Liberty.
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33. Posted: Mon 14th Jan 2013 00:49 GMT
Some new WiiU eShop additions:
Edited on Mon 14th January, 2013 @ 01:00 by SKTTR
34. Posted: Wed 16th Jan 2013 03:51 GMT
THE CAVE comes out next week.
I'm gonna need some eShop money.
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35. Posted: Thu 17th Jan 2013 10:44 GMT
A new Wii U eShop game announced by Spanish ANIMA GAME STUDIOS.
After Anima - Ark of Sinners (WiiWare) a second game from the Anima - Beyond Fantasy universe will come to the Wii U eShop now, thanks to Kickstarter: It's called Anima - Gate of Memories. Here are two videos of the work-in-progress:
I enjoyed the 1000pts WiiWare game. It's not the best game, but it's an engaging and very challenging action sidescroller with an exciting plot and good atmosphere. Despite coming from an RPG series it completely lacks even the lightest of RPGs elements such as leveling, stats, or even items to collect. Feels more like an old school arcade or SNES game. It really is just a platformer / beat'em up set in a semi-open fantasy world to explore, with a few puzzles but a definite focus on fighting. To put it short: There's no way to permanently enhance your character at all. You have to beat the game with everything you have in the beginning. You gain no more power, there'll be no more moves to learn, and there ain't no heart containers or energy tanks either. It's very enduring later on, so if you decide to pick up the game, I suggest playing on the easiest difficulty setting because beating on medium was extremely hard work, especially in the final boss fights.
There could be more than just 2 or 3 music tracks as well. I think that they loop just too much and more variety would be nice.
The NA version received an update. Europe still has the old version.
Anima - Gate of Memories seems to have RPG elements this time.
Looks like you're starring a different but equally pretty girl as well. And now that you play in a 3D world it looks like the developers really made some progress from the first game. But most of all I'm interested in the story. That was the main draw for the first game.
Edited on Thu 17th January, 2013 @ 10:45 by SKTTR
36. Posted: Sat 16th Feb 2013 13:44 GMT
Time for an update!
Edited on Sat 16th February, 2013 @ 13:46 by SKTTR
37. Posted: Sat 16th Feb 2013 13:53 GMT
@SKTTR Nice updated list... But I thought everyone was celebrating WiiU's doom this month so you can't come on here with your big list of awesome eShop titles. I mean c'mon what is wrong with you mate
38. Posted: Sat 16th Feb 2013 14:32 GMT
is retro city rampage not coming eventually aswell?
put it on.
39. Posted: Sat 16th Feb 2013 15:47 GMT
I forgot the untitled ones:
Shin'en works on a racing game for the eShop
and the the Journey/Flower developers also have a secret title in the wings.
@Big_L91: Retro City Rampage is still scheduled for WiiWare, so yes, it will be accessible on Wii U, through the Wii Mode and Wii Shop Channel, but it's not a Wii U eShop title.
Edited on Sat 16th February, 2013 @ 15:47 by SKTTR
40. Posted: Sat 16th Feb 2013 15:58 GMT
Hmmm, the e-mail I got from Nintendo of Canada lists Runner 2 for Feb 26th, which is a Tuesday instead of a Thursday.
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