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Talking Point: Nintendo Must Take Careful Steps Into Paid DLC and Free-to-Play

Nintendo Must Take Careful Steps Into Paid DLC and Free-to-Play

The balance seems reasonable, so far

As more first-party games arrive on the Wii U and 3DS, we may need to stop thinking of paid DLC and free-to-play models as exotic rarities on Nintendo systems. To an extent they still are, in that there's a degree of surprise whenever either emerges in a Nintendo title, but it's quickly becoming the norm, with...

News: Nintendo Shows Off Its Mario Golf: World Tour DLC Courses and Characters

Nintendo Shows Off Its Mario Golf: World Tour DLC Courses and Characters

Wants your green for more greens

Earlier today Nintendo confirmed details for DLC in Mario Golf: World Tour, which has prompted plenty of spirited debate. It's a title that does include 10 courses right off the tee, though the addition of extra paid content — especially of the day one variety — always prompts discussion. There'll be three...

News: Atlus Confirms Conception II DLC Details and May European Release

Atlus Confirms Conception II DLC Details and May European Release

The start of a beautiful relationship

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars is now available in North America, which is great news for fans of quirky JRPG games as we gave it a strong recommendation in our comprehensive review. With a mix of dungeon crawling and dating sim elements, and Star Children that can become killer mechs, it's certainly...

Video: We Dash Through the Sonic Lost World Legend of Zelda DLC

We Dash Through the Sonic Lost World Legend of Zelda DLC

Sonic and Legend of Zelda, together at last

As many of you are no doubt aware, Sonic Lost World has more free Nintendo-themed DLC today — The Legend of Zelda Zone. As with the Yoshi equivalent before, it's a special free level that includes two distinct areas. You can't play as much as you want without a bit of effort, however; once you play it...

News: Guitar/DJ/Band Hero DLC Catalogues Getting Unplugged at the End of March

Guitar/DJ/Band Hero DLC Catalogues Getting Unplugged at the End of March

One last encore of a sale until then

There was once a time when the rhythm game genre brought about by Guitar Hero felt like it would last forever, clacky plastic instruments with rainbow buttons becoming a living room or game room mainstay. Unfortunately, it just wasn't meant to be, with many of those instruments lying silent in closets and on...

News: Zen Studios DLC For Star Wars Pinball and CastleStorm Landing on the Wii U eShop This Week

Zen Studios DLC For Star Wars Pinball and CastleStorm Landing on the Wii U eShop This Week

That's in North America and Europe

Zen Studios has shown solid support for the Wii U eShop to date, releasing multiple titles and accompanying DLC on Nintendo's system. While there have been slight delays to the arrival of DLC, in particular, it's nevertheless pleasing for Wii U owners to get access to all of the content in some of the developer's...

News: Activision Fires Free Fall DLC Onto Call of Duty: Ghosts for Wii U

Activision Fires Free Fall DLC Onto Call of Duty: Ghosts for Wii U

And it's free, free Free Fall

When Activision released Call of Duty: Ghosts, it was well known long before it even arrived that there'd be plenty of DLC and updates to rope you into playing the game well beyond that initial release buzz. Wii U owners have received a number of updates to improve the game's performance, but until now DLC has been...

News: CastleStorm's First DLC Expansion, Outcast to Savior, Assaults the Wii U eShop This Week

CastleStorm's First DLC Expansion, Outcast to Savior, Assaults the Wii U eShop This Week

Second add-on "The Warrior Queen" still planned

Update: Mel Kirk of Zen Studios has confirmed that this DLC will cost $2.99 / €2.99 / £2.39. Original Article: The arrival of CastleStorm on the Wii U eShop last year likely delighted Nintendo download gamers that had been eagerly anticipating the Zen Studios title; its blend of tower defence and...

News: Nintendo of America Issues Refunds After Warner Bros. Cancels Batman: Arkham Origins Wii U DLC

Nintendo of America Issues Refunds After Warner Bros. Cancels Batman: Arkham Origins Wii U DLC

Decision "based on demand"

Wii U owners who had purchased the season pass for Batman: Arkham Origins will be disappointed to discover that Warner Bros. has decided to not bring the new story campaign to the console. Accordingly, Nintendo has begun refunding customers who have purchased the season pass for $19.99 (plus tax) by crediting their eShop...

News: Spin the Bottle DLC Update and Increased Price Detailed and Dated

Spin the Bottle DLC Update and Increased Price Detailed and Dated

"We are basically trying to do 'DLC’s done right'"

Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party is an intriguing game in a number of ways; not only does it utilise the GamePad and Wii Remotes for quirky minigames, but developer KnapNok Games wasted little time in stating that it'd be incorporating a DLC pricing model to reward early adopters. It may have taken...

News: Mathematical Adventure Time DLC Heads to Wii U

Mathematical Adventure Time DLC Heads to Wii U

Get your brawl on with Peppermint Butler

Adventure time fans yearning for new characters to dungeon-crawl with in the Wii U's Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! will be pleased to discover that a fresh batch of DLC is now available. The downloadable content, which is currently up for purchase on the Wii U eShop, features three...

News: StreetPass Games Producers Tell Origins of Mii Plaza's Playground

StreetPass Games Producers Tell Origins of Mii Plaza's Playground

Also explain that pesky 10-Mii limit

With all the fond looks-backsie on the year that was in gaming, the creative, StreetPass-powered games pushed by that rabbit who suddenly appeared in the 3DS Mii Plaza tend to be overlooked. Stephen Totilo, a self-professed fan of the games at Kotaku, thought this was a shame, so he went straight to Nintendo to...