For about $390, gamers can get a Wii U, ZombiU, a Wii U Pro Controller, and more.
The head of Ubisoft France gave a talk on leveraging new technology for games.
Nintendo makes it up to neglected Wii U owners with a pair of shiny new demos, and Hello Kitty comes to the 3DS. Finally!
Here are ten of the best game trailers to grace our screens during 2012. They represent a cross-section of the gaming world, and feature a variety of styles and budgets. The one thing they have in common? They’re done right.
The video game industry always moves forward, striving to do more. The games we played in 2012 impressed and surprised us with the risks they took and gave us great hopes for what comes next.
It’s a big week for downloading games on Nintendo platforms, as London gets infested with zombies, the Mario brothers jump onto even more screens, and Link goes on an adventure.
Nintendo’s new Wii U video-game console builds on the strengths of its smash-hit predecessor and introduces a few innovations of its own, and that’s precisely why you should hold off from buying one just yet.
Our host and guests give their thoughts on the Wii U and other major releases from this holiday season.
It might sound like just another zombie game, but ZombiU distinguishes itself with brutal gameplay and brilliant use of the Wii U’s tablet controller.
Nintendo has finally drawn back the curtain on the Wii U’s online features. Here’s everything you need to know.
As the Wii U game console’s Nov. 18 launch approaches, we catch up with Nintendo’s sales and marketing chief.
Tony Key, head of sales and marketing at Ubisoft, explains why his company is all-in on the Wii U.
Nintendo will release its newest home console on Nov. 18, and we have the answers to all of your questions about the device.
Nintendo is playing a little loose with its definition of a launch window, but you can still play all of these Wii U games within a few months.
In response to Apple’s surging App Store games, Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony have added tablet platforms to their gaming consoles in ways that say a lot about their corporate philosophies. But do their value-added propositions actually add any value?
We’ve corralled the entirety of our E3 2012 coverage from the showfloors, meeting rooms, conference halls, and beyond. If you missed out — or need a refresher — on GamesBeat’s E3 coverage, take a look here!
We analyzed over 16,000 comments on the NeoGAF forums to see how gamers reacted to Nintendo’s E3 2012 press conference.
We left the industry trade show with very different opinions on what we saw. Here are our final thoughts.
If you’re looking to catch up with the day’s E3 news, be sure to check out the GamesBeat E3 Roundup each day of the show.
Want a zombie horde at your fingertips? You’ve got it. Nintendo just took the lid off the multiplayer mode for Ubisoft’s third-person zompocalypse shooter ZombiU, and like that console’s best offerings, it plays to the Wii U’s major strength.
Nintendo wants you to think their new Wii U console presents “unique” gameplay opportunities, but at their 2012 E3 conference, they barely even touched “original,” and the fresh blood they needed from third-party developers felt very thin indeed.
Xavier Poix, managing director of the Ubisoft France game studios, joined Reggie Fils-Aime, president and chief operating officer of Nintendo of America, on stage during Nintendo’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) press conference on Tuesday to show ZombiU, a survival horror game where players have to fight off the undead.
Ubisoft showed the world that they were ready to support Nintendo’s new, tablet-based system at their pre-E3 press conference with trailers for Rayman Legends, Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth, and ZombiU.