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Runbow has been enjoying a solid amount of success on the Wii U eShop since it launched last year, and now it looks like the good times are going to continue to roll for a while with lots of free new content.Developer 13AM Games has revealed that the game will be getting a new update on April 14th, which brings tons of free content to the game.
Nikkei sources had stated that production on some Wii U components had already stopped, with the console to end production entirely by the year end.The development of Wii U titles is not expected to end so soon, however, in order to ensure excess Wii U stock can be cleared even when the NX arrives.
Players who purchase Star Fox Zero digitally will be able to receive a permanent £3 discount on Star Fox Guard, Nintendo has confirmed.The offer means that those who pick up this week's space shooter from the Wii U eShop can grab Star Fox Guard for £9.
Some sad news for those of you wanting to play The Legend of Zelda Wii U because its release date has been delayed yet again.To kind of lighten up the mood, a Nintendo NX version of the game has been confirmed.
While many different topics were discussed during the meeting, they also briefly discussed the Wii U and their plans for it going forward.During the meeting Nintendo revealed that they have no plans to shut down production of the Wii U console or the development of games for it.
While Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario took on that RPG mantle later, the first to do this was the beloved Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars and it is now available to download on the Wii U Virtual Console.This of course could be played on Wii U through the Wii mode, but now it has been fully brought over to the Wii U Virtual Console as well.
This was revealed during a recent shareholders meeting, where he went over things like initial Wii U projections and why they were so optimistic.He said the following:
“In an internal sales representative meeting, someone projected that we would sell close to 100 million Wii U systems worldwide.
The writing has been on the wall for a while now, but Nintendo has made it official: the next Zelda game is the final Nintendo-produced title for the Wii U.Speaking with Polygon after the Nintendo Switch event in New York City last week, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in fact the Wii U’s swan song.
The Nintendo Switch is only a few days away from release, but despite being able to review the system, some features are still locked away behind a Day One update.These features help complete the Nintendo Switch experience, but overall the system is still just getting started.
Way back in 2015 the Wii U was still a pretty viable console, and there was a version of the game planned for it.That’s no longer the case though with Igarashi announcing that Bloodstained will not be coming to Wii U anymore, but a Switch version has been announced instead.
With Nintendo releasing the Switch early last month and kicking off a new console generation, things definitely aren’t looking too good for Wii U.However, the developers kept true to their word and announced today that the game will launch on the Wii U on May 23rd.