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Video: Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Slips Into View

Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Slips Into View

Sonic and Peach, Bowser and Doctor Eggman, cats and dogs

While the main event — that we know of — for Nintendo's three game SEGA partnership is undoubtedly Sonic Lost World on Wii U and 3DS, we also have the snappily-titled Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games to look forward to. We don't have a firm release date yet, but...

Video: New Splinter Cell Blacklist Trailer Gets Dramatic

New Splinter Cell Blacklist Trailer Gets Dramatic

Cue orchestra, explosions, shooting sounds, and ACTION!

Splinter Cell Blacklist is now just one month away from performing a stealth kill on the Wii U launch library, one of a decent number of Ubisoft multi-platform titles coming to the system. This one also promises to make use of the GamePad in interesting ways, which seems perfect for a sneaky...

News: Michel Ancel: Working on Wii U Provided the "Main Excitement" for Rayman Legends

Michel Ancel: Working on Wii U Provided the "Main Excitement" for Rayman Legends

"Perhaps people are not as fast" to grasp Nintendo's innovation

Michel Ancel is a vital creative leader at Ubisoft, and enjoys a level of popularity with some fans not always reserved for his employers. He's also the project leader for Rayman Legends, the former Wii U exclusive that's endured delays in order to accommodate a multi-platform...

News: Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! Confirmed For European Release

Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! Confirmed For European Release

Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby In 8-Bit Land is coming too

A couple of months back D3Publisher and Cartoon Network revealed WayForward would be making two new titles in the form of Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! and Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby In 8-Bit Land. The former will be coming to Wii U and 3DS, while the...

News: Pokémon Rumble U Gets Into a Dust-Up With the Wii U eShop on 15th August

Pokémon Rumble U Gets Into a Dust-Up With the Wii U eShop on 15th August

29th August in North America, GameStop to sell NFC figurines

Update Two: Release details for North America have now emerged on pokemon.com. This title will arrive two weeks later than in Europe on 29th August, while GameStop will sell accompanying NFC (Near Field Communication) figurines, with equivalent details yet to be clarified for Europe...

Video: Sonic Busts Out Some Colours Moves in This New Lost World Trailer

Sonic Busts Out Some Colours Moves in This New Lost World Trailer

Dashes into North America on 22nd October

Sonic Lost World is the biggest part — that we know of to date — of Nintendo's three game exclusivity deal with SEGA, and it looks rather promising. It won't be the first time that SEGA's mascot has been exclusive to Nintendo's systems, with Sonic Colours certainly accumulating fans for its Wii and DS...

Video: This New Pikmin 3 Trailer Goes For Realism, Sort Of

This New Pikmin 3 Trailer Goes For Realism, Sort Of

All you need is a whistle

The release of Pikmin 3 creeps ever closer, and considering just how long a new entry in the series has been in demand, we should surely be getting rather excited about it. It's also a brand-new Wii U game to sink our teeth into, and is a title about which Shigeru Miyamoto has been particularly enthusiastic; it's become...

News: Astrogun Confirmed as Wii U Developer, Project CIDER Coming to the System

Astrogun Confirmed as Wii U Developer, Project CIDER Coming to the System

"The kid in me is so thrilled"

A while ago we told you about Xander Davis, a developer that moved from being critical of the Wii U prior to its launch to being a believer in the system. Davis is also the man behind development studio Astrogun, stating his interest in that blog post in bringing his upcoming title Project CIDER to Nintendo's system...

News: Pikmin 3 Will Support The Use Of The Regular Wii Remote

Pikmin 3 Will Support The Use Of The Regular Wii Remote

Plenty of control methods

There are quite a number of control options for the highly anticipated Pikmin 3; the Wii U GamePad, Wii U Pro Controller, Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk, and now it's been confirmed that you can use the standard Wii Remote and Nunchuk. In our first impressions of the game, we were only able to test it out with the Wii Remote...

News: Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara For Wii U "Has Been A Bit of A Nightmare" For The Producer

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara For Wii U "Has Been A Bit of A Nightmare" For The Producer

Causing a bit of trouble in the camp

Earlier this year, Capcom revealed fantastic news at this year's PAX East - a mythical adventure would take place with Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara, a HD collection of two of Capcom's arcade hits, Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara. The game was set to be released in June for the Wii U eShop...

News: The Pokémon Company International Confirms Western Details For New X & Y Additions

The Pokémon Company International Confirms Western Details For New X & Y Additions

Wonder Trade feature and new trailer included

Just yesterday we reported on details of new characters and Pokémon to feature in X & Y, with CoroCoro magazine naturally having the scoop. Those were the names and details for Japan, so The Pokémon Company International has now sent out a press release with the Western equivalents; there are a...

News: Capcom Reveals More of Monster Hunter 4's Chico Village

Capcom Reveals More of Monster Hunter 4's Chico Village

Felyne good

While Monster Hunter 4 still represents a distant dream for many of us, its Japanese release on 14th September creeps ever closer. As a result Capcom is dishing up regular snippets of information for the Japanese market, while those of us elsewhere can look on as interested parties that can only hope. As translated by Siliconera, more...

News: HTR High Tech Racing Will Turn Your 3DS Into A Pocket-Sized Scalextric

HTR High Tech Racing Will Turn Your 3DS Into A Pocket-Sized Scalextric

Minus the smell of burning metal, of course

Back in the days before video games ruled every young child's life, there was Scalextric. Here at the Nintendo Life office — where we're all rather old and wrinkly — we can fondly recall playing with a battered old Scalextric track handed down by older relations, before finally getting our very own...