…which reminds me: today is the 20th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog. Wasn’t it nice of the video game industry to time things so that nearly all of these big anniversaries overlap?
And speaking of which, it appears that HMV is not going to accept trade-ins of the game. Of course, that’s only referring to the United Kingdom part of the company, as far as I can tell; whether the Canadian stores will be affected remains unknown at this time.
Nintendo Wii U owners can also download a couple new Virtual Console games as “Mario Bros.” and “Wrecking Crew” see release on the Wii U Virtual Console. Each title is available for $4.99.
In addition to adding Wii U Pro Controller support, the patch will also allow players to purchase a digital copy of “New Super Luigi U” directly from “New Super Mario Bros. U” without having to access the Nintendo Κατασκευή ιστοσελίδας με WordPress.
Simply put, some controllers are a better fit for some games than others. That’s why fight pads and arcade-style joysticks are so popular among the hardcore fighting game community. If you have a wide variety of options, it’s best to use them, rather than try to have everyone conform to a single design.
There is also talk of browsing the internet from your sofa with the Wii U controller. The Wii already does this, but hopefully the Wii U will handle video streaming better. On the other hand, if– like the 3DS– it doesn’t use Flash, that’s going to weaken the prospect significantly.
And finally, in case you missed it on Friday, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon had Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime on to show off a little bit of their E3 fare, including Kid Icarus: Uprising, the Wii U, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. You can check all of that out here.