Category: Wii News

Developer 5TH Cell has become notorious for releasing titles that make gamers think up different solutions as they play.  The most recent example of this would have to be Scribblenauts, a puzzle game that required you to write the names of objects so that you could use them in-game to solve the various challenges found…

About two years ago, people would ask, “Does Nintendo have any good third-party titles in their lineup for the Wii?”  Many people argued that there were hardly any good games not developed by Nintendo for their current-gen console.  One of the few games that received a faithful following was No More Heroes.  Brought to us…

Hudson has announced the sequel to Bomberman Live.  Bomberman Live: Battlefest will feature the same action only found in Bomberman, but Hudson has unleashed a stock of new features. 8-person online multiplayer returns to the series.  This time, however, teams are supported.  4 on 4 matches can be held over a variety of new game modes. …

Hudson has announced that Bonk: Brink of Extinction will be available for download in Spring 2010 on the Playstation Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade, and WiiWare.  In the newest addition to this classic platformer series the world faces a doomsday comet and it is up to Bonk, the head-butting caveman, to travel to the center of…

Studio game developer Visceral Games, formerly known as EA Redwood Shores, has given many Wii owners a reason to start dusting off their consoles. Visceral settled into their niche in 2008. While still operating as EA Redwood Shores, the company launched players into a horrifying, third-person perspective about how vulnerable space miners can be with…

Back in 2007, Capcom released Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, an on-rails shooter, for the Nintendo Wii.  The Umbrella Chronicles took players through different scenarios from the Resident Evil series, from Resident Evil Zero to Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.  Fans and critics found that there was some fun to be had with the game, but…