No you didn't read that title wrong, according to Nintendo of America's twitter page, the next streaming of Nintendo's popular online mini conference service "Nintendo Direct" will feature prominent upcoming titles including Mario Kart Wii U and the highly anticipated Super Smash Brothers.
The tweet in question
If true, than this bodes well for those of us who still power on our Wii U's, what do you guys think?
According to an article on [URL='http://11th June at 3pm UK time / 4pm European Central time / 10am Eastern / 7am...
It appears as though Nintendo is continuing it's retro march on the Wii U eShop. A little bit ago, Nintendo released a trailer on their YouTube channel that announces the arrival of the classic hit: Super Mario Bros. 2. The game will of course take advantage of the Wii U's ability to broadcast on the second screen, and it will be available starting May 16 for $4.99.
Been feeling like your Wii U could use a tune up? You aren't alone, and Nintendo has heard about your problem oh so many times. As of this morning, however, Nintendo has released the first of two major updates that will help us love our consoles a bit more than before.
Check your download management tab on the home screen to see if the update has arrived to your device, wait for it to download, and if you are in software, simply exit and the Wii U will take it from there.
What is in the update? I'll name the two biggest features: Speed improvements and a virtual console. Check the PR for the full details!
Version 3.0.0 U available via wireless Internet connection includes the following improvements: New Features: A standby function to download and install...