A supposed page from the latest Game Informer is claiming the upcoming Star Fox Wii U game will support both analog and motion controls.
The pages reads as follows;
“Nintendo is planning on bringing Fox Mcloud out of retirement for a new entry on the Wii U. Fox will be able to fly his Arwing and seamlessly transform into a tank during certian sequences. Pilots can control the game either with their Gamepad’s analog sticks or motion control. The game was very early in development and looked admittedly rought the last we saw of it, but we’re hoping Fox gets the new, grand adventure he deserves.”
Highly detailed box art (above) for the European version of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D has finally been revealed. The game appears to be coming in a new sleek black case. The updated port of the classic Wii game will feature 3D visuals and Amiibo support. The Japanese file size of the game is said to be 3.6GB which translates to around 28800 blocks on your New 3DS.
On Friday the 13th, Nintendo will be releasing a New 3DS XL system which adds motion tracking 3D, a “C” stick, ZL/ZR buttons, faster CPU, NFC support for Amiibo figures and extended batter life. The system will arrive in a standard red and black color configuration and two limited editions based around Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and Majora’s Mask. Both Mojara’s Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will release this day as well. It’s going to be arguably one of the most important days of the year for Nintendo and they’ve shown no signs of allowing us to forget. Check out some of these entertaining trailers below.
Nintendo has been hyping their exclusive shooter Splatoon for quite some time now. Splatoon is a paint based shooter where players must take over their opponents by filling the level with their teams paint color. Today we have a highly detailed look at the US box art for Splatoon. Splatoon will arrive in North America this May.