The Legend of Zelda no longer coming in 2015.

The Legend of Zelda franchise producer Mr. Aonuma has just provided a video update on the status of The Legend of Zelda for Wii U, which you can see above. Not only this, but Nintendo of America has reported on their twitter page that the game will not be appearing at E3 2015, which is just a few short months away!

 

What do you think about the news? Did you see it coming? Let us know in the comments!

Nintendo Reveals New Details About Ink-tastic, Squid-tacular Splatoon

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Splatoon, Nintendo’s upcoming third-person action shooter game for the Wii U console, combines elements of shooting, strategy and action – and original new characters, Inklings, that can instantaneously transform between human and squid form. Splatoon gives players the goal of covering as much territory as possible with their ink-spewing weapons. The game, which is scheduled to launch in May, features four-on-four online team matches, as well as a full single-player mode that takes players deeper into the game’s unique world and characters.

unnamedThe game’s main online mode is Turf War, in which players with broadband Internet access can compete head-to-head in four-on-four teams to try to cover as much territory as possible in their team’s ink. As they do battle, players will gain levels and earn in-game currency that allows them to customize their Inkling. Players can equip different pieces of clothing, which each provide different game-play perks like swimming more quickly through ink or decreasing the time needed for them to refill their ink canister. Players can also equip pre-determined weapon sets consisting of main weapons like rapid-fire ink guns, long-range ink rifles and paint rollers, as well as sub-weapons like ink bombs or sprinklers. Players can also fill up their special gauge in battle to unleash powerful special weapons for a brief period of time. Players will battle in a variety of online multiplayer maps, including the newly announced Blackbelly Skatepark, Saltspray Rig and Walleye Warehouse.

For the first time, Nintendo also revealed a new multiplayer mode called Ranked Battle, which keeps track WiiU_Splatoon_323_MultiPlayer_SplatZones_Warehouse01of each player’s online ranking. Splat Zones is one of the additional ways to play online in this mode. As opposed to Turf War, which will be available to all players as soon as they begin playing Splatoon, Splat Zones lets players try to control the territory of specific areas of the map with their ink blasts. As they play these ranked modes online, they will have the opportunity to increase their rating from “C-” to “A+,” which will be dynamically updated based on their performance. Players will need to achieve an in-game online Level of 10 by leveling up their Inkling in Turf War online matches before gaining access to these additional modes. As a result, once the game launches in May, Nintendo will track the global progress of players as they gain levels, and once a critical mass of players has achieved Level 10, this additional mode will be unlocked for players who meet the ranking criteria.

The single-player mode in Splatoon lets players use the game’s mechanics to explore the underground base of the game’s army of octopi antagonists, the Octarians, in original stages that test their ability to shoot, jump and splatter ink. Players can tackle a variety of levels with a variety of clever devices that can only be found in single-player mode. Each of the game’s single-player stages are designed to let players master tips and techniques that can be directly applied to the game’s multiplayer modes.

For more information about Splatoon, visit http://splatoon.nintendo.com.

The rebirth continues with the newest Hyperdimension Neptunia!

Pros:
  • Ease of battle system.
  • Lots of characters.
  • Great music.
Cons:
  • Some characters don't get much screen time.
  • Sometime repetitive.
Graphics
4
Story
4
Sound
4
Control
3
Fun Factor
4

Mother 4 Trailer continues to amaze us.

Mother 4 follows the journey of three kids and the leader of a biker gang. With dark rumors of “Modern Men” running wild, these unassuming heroes set out to uncover the truth, no matter how dangerous. From bustling urban streets to secret volcano bases, all kinds of oddball thugs and impossible monsters stand in their way… but everything should be okay if they don’t forget to write home!

You can learn more about Mother 4 HERE

It was a Monster Mash!

Pros:
  • New weapons for newcomers and veterans to get their hands on
  • Beautiful areas to explore
  • Vertical game play is fresh and fun
  • Many tutorials for players new to the series to ease them into hunting
Cons:
  • Some random disconnects in multiplayer
  • Small things are not laid out as clearly as the big parts of the game
Graphics
4
Story
3
Sound
4
Control
5
Fun Factor
5

Lock on to your targets and take to the skies!

Pros:
  • Great 3D Effect, especially on New Nintendo 3DS.
  • Easy to jump into with a classic arcade feel.
  • Amiibo support brings your favorite Nintendo characters to your planes.
Cons:
  • A bit overwhelming if you're new to the series.
  • Lack of multiplayer.
  • Textures can be a bit muddy.
  • Game feels a bit short, more modes would have added to the experience.
Graphics
4
Story
3
Sound
3
Control
5
Fun Factor
4

Look alive, Gunman Clive 2 is a must have.

Pros:
  • Great gameplay, fun level design, unique ideas.
  • Colorful graphics and a great soundtrack.
  • Multiple characters provide a great replay value.
  • Amazing final boss fight.
Cons:
  • Main story is still too short, leaves you wanting more!
Graphics
5
Story
4
Sound
5
Control
5
Fun Factor
5

DRAGON DRAGON, ROCK THE DRAGON, DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE?

Pros:
  • Great gameplay!
  • Multiplayer is a blast and makes the game more replayable.
  • Amazing soundtrack, with awesome songs to Kamehameha your enemies to HFIL to!
Cons:
  • Late game relies on "cheap" difficulty.
  • Grinding can get super tedious and repetitive.
  • No training mode, You're stuck with using local MP and a 2P dummy if you have a second controller lying around.
Graphics
4
Story
3
Sound
5
Control
4
Fun Factor
5
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