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News: No Off-Screen Play For Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate On Wii U

No Off-Screen Play For Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate On Wii U

It's vital to maintain the two-screen experience, says Capcom

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate producer Ryozo Tsujimoto has revealed that the Wii U version of the game will not support off-TV play. Speaking to Joystiq, Tsujimoto explained that the reasoning behind the move was to maintain the all-important two-screen experience: We don't have that...

News: Fan Feedback Prompted Capcom's Resident Evil: Revelations HD Development

Fan Feedback Prompted Capcom's Resident Evil: Revelations HD Development

Giving the fans what they want

Resident Evil: Revelations has been out on 3DS for just over a year, and soon we'll be able to play it in full HD as the game is now in development for Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Many people have wondered why Capcom made the decision to make the switch to home consoles, and whether or not this was all part of...

News: Wii U Resident Evil: Revelations Will Not Support Wii Remote and Nunchuk

Wii U Resident Evil: Revelations Will Not Support Wii Remote and Nunchuk

One less way to kill a zombie

Earlier on in the week we reported on the controller options that will be available to players in the upcoming Wii U version of Resident Evil: Revelations. It turns out the game will feature off-screen play and will also support the Pro Controller. However, those hoping for the ability to play with the Wii Remote and...

News: Wii U Resident Evil: Revelations To Feature Off-Screen Play and Pro Controller Support

Wii U Resident Evil: Revelations To Feature Off-Screen Play and Pro Controller Support

Exclusive features coming to Nintendo's console

Details relating to the Wii U version of Resident Evil: Revelations have been divulged in the latest issue of Official Nintendo Magazine, and it has been confirmed that the game will allow off-screen play and will also offer Pro Controller support. It has also been confirmed that the GamePad screen...

News: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Online Play Will Be Region Locked For Wii U

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Online Play Will Be Region Locked For Wii U

The world isn't in play

In a recent interview with Monster Hunter producer Ryozo Tsujimoto on Gamereactor it has been revealed that Monster Hunter 3: Ultimate online servers will be region-locked. This means that players won't be able to experience online gameplay with other players in another region - so North Americans can't play with gamers in...

News: Put Your Questions To The Producer Of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Put Your Questions To The Producer Of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Answers will come in a special video in March

Do you have any burning questions you'd like to put to the developers behind the forthcoming beast-slaying epic Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate? If the answer is yes then today's your lucky day - Nintendo UK is inviting fans to put their queries to producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, and the best questions will be...

News: GAME Doubles Up On Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

GAME Doubles Up On Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

Get both the 3DS and Wii U versions for a slightly reduced price in the UK

As you probably know, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is launching on two Nintendo systems this year - the 3DS and the Wii U. While the Wii U version offers online play, the 3DS edition has that all-important portable factor - something we can imagine is causing many potential...

News: Platinum CEO: Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts Restored My Faith In Games Development

Platinum CEO: Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts Restored My Faith In Games Development

Tatsuya Minami explains how the SNES classic helped him out of a rut

The latest Iwata Asks focuses on Japanese studio PlatinumGames, which is currently hard at work creating Bayonetta 2 for the Wii U. In the interview, Iwata chats with PlatinumGames President and CEO Tatsuya Minami about his development past, and uncovers an interesting piece of...

News: Resident Evil Revelations Set to Infest Wii U

Resident Evil Revelations Set to Infest Wii U

Terrifies North America on 21st May, Europe on 24th May

Not long ago rumours spread around the web, like a virus we guess, that 3DS title Resident Evil Revelations was getting revamped for home consoles. Capcom has now issued a press release to confirm that the rumours were true, and thankfully Wii U is one of the platforms getting the re-boot...

News: Monster Hunter Tri Servers To Be Shutdown At the End of April

Monster Hunter Tri Servers To Be Shutdown At the End of April

Go hunting on your own

As newer consoles and titles come along, it's inevitable that games with healthy online components have their support taken away, leaving what remains for gamers to pick over. Unfortunately that fate awaits Monster Hunter Tri, with the servers for the online co-op in the Wii title being taken down on 30th April. Described as...

News: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Taking A Bite Out Of 3DS And Wii U On March 19th

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Taking A Bite Out Of 3DS And Wii U On March 19th

Back for seconds three days later in Europe

Capcom and Nintendo have confirmed that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will be released in North America on March 19th. The game will be available on both the Wii U and 3DS. Europe will have to wait just three days longer to get its hands on the epic title. Downloadable versions are also expected to be made...

News: Capcom Bringing Retail 3DS Games to the eShop

Capcom Bringing Retail 3DS Games to the eShop

The collection grows

The 3DS eShop has evolved a fair bit in a little over a year and a half, with a fresh layout, demos, and retail downloads all arriving since its humble launch. It's the latter that's arguably the most intriguing, as it clashes with Nintendo's traditional support for high street retail partners, while prompting ire among some due...

News: Mega Man Legends 3 Lives On In Fan-Made Browser Game

Mega Man Legends 3 Lives On In Fan-Made Browser Game

The legend will never die

Capcom broke a few hearts when it cancelled Mega Man Legends 3, but lovers of the Blue Bomber don't take setbacks like this sitting down. Fans Blyka and fAB have created a browser-based version of the Servbot mission in the Mega Man Legends 3: Prototype Version. Servbot Roundup allows you to: Ride around as Barrett, as...

News: Capcom Not Looking To Bring "Late Ports" To Wii U

Capcom Not Looking To Bring "Late Ports" To Wii U

Focusing on new titles rather than old ones

The Wii U has had its fair share of ports already; games that have been released previously on other consoles and have been transferred over to Nintendo's new system with a few more bells and whistles attached. Batman: Arkham City Armoured Edition, Darksiders II, and Mass Effect 3 for example have all had...

News: Capcom Wishes Everyone A Merry 'Mega Man' Christmas

Capcom Wishes Everyone A Merry 'Mega Man' Christmas

Happy Holidays from its blue hero

Capcom has treated its fans with a festive tribute to one of its most famous franchises, Mega Man. The blue-suited protagonist is seen battling his way through numerous winter levels spanning across various Mega Man titles, with 'O Come All Ye Faithful' providing some Christmas cheer throughout the video. As well...

Feature: The Confusing World of Mega Man Spin-Offs - Part 2

The Confusing World of Mega Man Spin-Offs - Part 2

Lots and lots of Mega Man

We've already brought you our first part of a feature looking at the confusing world of Mega Man spin-offs, and now we're diving into some lesser known adventures from the Blue Bomber's universe. If you've played all of these then we can say one thing with confidence — you're a big fan of the franchise. Without further...

Feature: The Confusing World of Mega Man Spin-Offs - Part 1

The Confusing World of Mega Man Spin-Offs - Part 1

Stay with us

We've already talked about the ten numbered console games in the Classic Mega Man series, but as you are no doubt aware that barely scratches the surface when it comes to Capcom's classic franchise. We could spend several weeks spotlighting all of the titles released across all platforms — and, believe us, we'd love to — but we...

Feature: Mega Man Retrospective - Part Two

Mega Man Retrospective - Part Two

Back to the future

Yesterday we brought you part one of our Mega Man retrospective, where we looked at the first five main entries in the iconic series. It's all in honour of the Blue Bomber's 25th Anniversary, with this segment spanning the NES to Wii eras of Nintendo systems, with some non-Nintendo systems making a brief appearance. Mega Man 6...