Tag: wii u

Batman: Arkham Origins Will Include Jervis Tetch, aka Mad Hatter

Batman: Arkham Origins is not without it’s villainy. Already there have been confirmations of many of the Great Detective’s foes appearing in the upcoming game from Warner Bros, including fan favourites; Black Mask, Joker, Bane and more recently Copperhead. Now, Jervis Tetch, better known as The Mad Hatter has been revealed as making an appearance…

‘Pokemon Rumble U’ Release Dates Announced

Nintendo has confirmed that Pokemon Rumble U will be coming to the US and the UK on August 29 and August 15 respectively. Gotta — rumble ’em all? Yup, apparently you can – and quite soon at that!  Originally released in Japan as Pokemon Scramble U, Pokemon Rumble U is Japan’s answer to Activision’s Skylanders series. The game will…

Infinity Ward: “A Game for the Gen after Next-Gen”

Forgive me for being dubious, but I’m quite skeptical of Infinity Ward developing a game for the generation after next-generation. In a recent interview with EDGE (June 25), Infinity Ward executives Steve Ackrich and Mark Rubin reflected back on their experiences over the past decade and openly discussed key events that “defined the studio’s ethos.” They also discussed…

Ubisoft Explains ‘Watch Dogs’ Console Differences

In an in a round of questions fired out by GamingBolt, senior producer Dominic Guay was asked about how Ubisoft’s anticipated next-gen title Watch Dogs will look on next-gen consoles. As you may know already, Watch Dogs is an open-world action-adventure game currently in development by Ubisoft Montreal. In Watch Dogs you are a vigilante who has the ability to…

‘Assassin’s Creed 4′ Confirmed Next-Gen Launch Title

Even though it is already known that Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will be coming out for the PlayStation 4 (amongst other platforms), and it was also rumoured back in April that the game would be a launch title too. Now it has been recently confirmed that bigwig publisher Ubisoft’s next-gen title – Assassin’s Creed 4 – will be coming…

Nintendo Not Holding a Large-Scale Press Conference at E3 This Year

Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have traditionally held big press conferences at E3, the biggest video game show of the year. However this year, Nintendo is breaking from tradition and will not hold the large presentation that gamers have become accustomed to. Instead, Nintendo is planning on having smaller more focused presentations.   “First, we decided not to host…