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Exclusive: Conker's Bad Fur Day Creator Chris Seavor Is Bringing Rusty Pup To Wii U

Conker's Bad Fur Day Creator Chris Seavor Is Bringing Rusty Pup To Wii U

Fellow ex-Rare developer Shawn Pile also involved

A short time ago, we posted a news piece regarding Chris Seavor's plans for the Wii U. He hinted on Twitter that Nintendo's console could figure in his plans, and we can now exclusively reveal that he wasn't kidding — Gory Detail's next game — following the iOS title Parashoot Stan — will be...

Interview: Zelda Producer Eiji Aonuma Talks DLC, Missing Dungeons And Majora's Mask

Zelda Producer Eiji Aonuma Talks DLC, Missing Dungeons And Majora's Mask

Exclusive access to Link's protector

Eiji Aonuma has presided over the The Legend of Zelda series for the past 15 years and has overseen some of the franchise's most iconic entries. We got the chance to sit down and speak with him during this year's E3 event, where he was promoting the two forthcoming instalments: The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker...

Developer Interview: WayForward Talks Mighty Switch Force! 2

WayForward Talks Mighty Switch Force! 2

This girl is on fire

WayForward is one of the best known developers on Nintendo's download stores, making its name most prominently on portable platforms. It's a studio with many strings to its bow, including numerous retail releases on various platforms for other publishers, but it's arguably the company's own self-published IPs that have...

Developer Interview: Next Level Games And Nintendo Talk Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

Next Level Games And Nintendo Talk Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

We speak exclusively to the team behind the 3DS adventure

The 3DS is enjoying a bumper 2013 when it comes to must-have releases, and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (or Luigi's Mansion 2 if you're outside of North America) has been one of the best titles to hit the handheld this year. The game has received overwhelmingly positive reviews and has set...

News: Shin'en: Wii U Has Enough Power For Years To Come, GPU Is "Several Generations" Ahead of Current Consoles

Shin'en: Wii U Has Enough Power For Years To Come, GPU Is "Several Generations" Ahead of Current Consoles

German developer heaps more praise on Nintendo's system

Recently, we reported that Martin Sauter of Shin'en Multimedia — the studio responsible for the Nano Assault and Jett Rocket series — had made very positive comments regarding the Wii U. Now it's the turn of Shin'en's Manfred Linzner to make encouraging noises about the platform. Speaking...

Developer Interview: Dark Tonic Games On The "Awesome Potential" Of The Wii U

Dark Tonic Games On The "Awesome Potential" Of The Wii U

"Nintendo has been making it easier and easier for smaller studios"

Dark Tonic Games may be a young studio, but it's made up of seasoned developers with plenty of experience under their belts. We can exclusively reveal that Dark Tonic has been approved as a Wii U eShop developer, and we've secured an interview with Creative Director Eric Boosman...

Developer Interview: Image & Form on SteamWorld Dig, 3DS Development and Working With Nintendo

Image & Form on SteamWorld Dig, 3DS Development and Working With Nintendo

"3DS gamers are generally more experienced than mobile gamers"

SteamWorld: Tower Defense arrived on DSiWare back in the summer of 2010, and represented the Nintendo debut of Swedish developer Image & Form. Its stylish approach was well received critically, and despite its brevity represented a solid offering worth consideration on the last-gen...

News: DuckTales: Remastered Focus Testing Reveals That Kids Don't Know Jack These Days

DuckTales: Remastered Focus Testing Reveals That Kids Don't Know Jack These Days

Capcom speaks on the challenges of selling old titles to new audiences

The original DuckTales NES title is over twenty years old now, and the cartoon which inspired it just as ancient. While the announcement of DuckTales: Remastered clearly put a lot of smiles on the faces of 30-something players who recall when they first experienced the 8-bit...

Developer Interview: Pixel Toys Tells Us About Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo, With Hints for the Future

Pixel Toys Tells Us About Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo, With Hints for the Future

From Super Turbo acorns, downloads will grow...

This week, Super Little Acorns 3D will arrive on the 3DS eShop in North America and Europe. It's developed and published by Pixel Toys, a UK-based studio founded last year. While a relatively small start-up, its founding members have extensive experience from major developers, with companies like...

Interview: Michael Pachter On Wii U, 3DS And The Challenges Facing Nintendo This Generation

Michael Pachter On Wii U, 3DS And The Challenges Facing Nintendo This Generation

"I don’t hate Nintendo at all"

Michael Pachter has been called a lot of things — not all of them repeatable on a family-friendly site such as this — but many of his harshest critics seem to miss the point of what he is actually saying; his job is to ensure that people invest their cash wisely and not to placate over-zealous fans...

Developer Interview: Neko Entertainment on Kung Fu Rabbit's Wii U Debut

Neko Entertainment on Kung Fu Rabbit's Wii U Debut

Bunny basher

Last week we were able to exclusively reveal Neko Entertainment's second Wii U eShop title, 2D platformer Kung Fu Rabbit. It's a big-screen conversion of an iOS / Android game that was released in 2012, and features the martial arts-trained bunny battling against Universal Evil in an attempt to rescue his colony of kidnapped...

Weirdness: Fire Emblem Devs Answer That Burning Question: What Happened To Everyone's Feet?

Fire Emblem Devs Answer That Burning Question: What Happened To Everyone's Feet?

Best foot forward

Fire Emblem: Awakening is a fantastic game — you need only gaze at our review to acquire this knowledge — but there's something that has been bugging us for quite some time here at Nintendo Life Towers: all the characters seem to possess odd-looking feet. Thankfully, this troubling situation now has an answer, as Intelligent...

News: No Circle Pad Pro In Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Because "It Didn't Add Anything"

No Circle Pad Pro In Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Because "It Didn't Add Anything"

"It just wouldn’t work"

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (or Luigi's Mansion 2 if you're in Europe) is fantastic — as you'll be aware if you've already read our review. However, one of the common issues people have had with the game — or perhaps the hardware it's running on — is the lack of a second analogue stick. It begs the question: why no...

News: Intelligent Systems Isn't Done With Advance Wars Just Yet

Intelligent Systems Isn't Done With Advance Wars Just Yet

More mobile war-gaming on the horizon?

Intelligent Systems has recently reinvigorated the Fire Emblem franchise with Fire Emblem: Awakening, one of the best 3DS games to date. It would seem that the studio is keen to perform the same trick with one of its other famous properties, too. Speaking in an interview on the official Fire Emblem site,...

Developer Interview: Yacht Club Games On Shovel Knight And Loving Nintendo

Yacht Club Games On Shovel Knight And Loving Nintendo

"We grew up playing Nintendo games on the NES and SNES"

Yesterday we reported that Yacht Club Games' Kickstarter campaign for Shovel Knight had hit its funding target with two weeks to spare. Fresh from this success, studio founder Sean Velasco kindly took some time out of his busy schedule to speak to us about the split from WayForward...

News: Renegade Kid Open To Idea Of Moon Sequel

Renegade Kid Open To Idea Of Moon Sequel

IP rights present an issue, however

Renegade Kid recently announced its new FPS, Cult County, which is to be released on the 3DS eShop episodically later this year and into next year. Speaking to Nintendo Force magazine about the horror-themed shooter, co-founder Jools Watsham made reference to his studio's DS horror series Dementium and the...

Ninterview: Meet Adam Howden - Voice Actor For Shulk

Meet Adam Howden - Voice Actor For Shulk

This is the Monado's power!

Xenoblade Chronicles is an epic adventure on Wii, receiving universal praise from critics and gamers alike. Its release was so desired that it partly prompted fan-movement Operation Rainfall, and was the first of a trio of fantastic JRPGs to be localised for the West - The Last Story being second, and Pandora's Tower...

Developer Interview: Scientifically Proven Is Bringing "Brutal, White Knuckle" Platforming To Wii U

Scientifically Proven Is Bringing "Brutal, White Knuckle" Platforming To Wii U

Former Call of Duty dev announces Blood of the Werewolf for the Wii U eShop

Scientifically Proven Entertainment is a studio which has its fingers in many pies. It produces award-winning apps, content for TV and — possibly most importantly — video games. Speaking of which, it gives us great pleasure to exclusively confirm that the company's...

Ninterview: Meet Roger Craig Smith - Voice Actor for Sonic the Hedgehog / Chris Redfield

Meet Roger Craig Smith - Voice Actor for Sonic the Hedgehog / Chris Redfield

A hedgehog's got to do what a hedgehog's got to do

Roger Craig Smith is a very talented man. He's done voice overs for a wide range of characters in top video games, but most would recognise him as the voice behind the modern Sonic the Hedgehog, and Chris Redfield in the more recent Resident Evil series of games, including Resident Evil:...