Nintendo Everything: Wii U

Hyrule Warriors won’t have online co-op

Posted 39 minutes ago
By (@NE_Brian)

According to the official Hyrule Warriors Twitter account, the game will not offer online co-op. Players will only be able to experience co-op play locally.

What this means for online play is currently unclear. The thought was that Hyrule Warriors will offer Internet functionality of some kind, but co-op is definitely ruled out now. I suppose we’ll see very soon!



Teslagrad physical release planned; eShop version sent for approval

Posted 8 hours ago
By (@NE_Brian)

As it turns out, Teslagrad will be available as a packaged product and not only as a digital download. Developer Rain Games announced a partnership with SOEDESCO Benelux on Facebook today to distribute its game physically.

There’s good news to share about Teslagrad’s eShop version as well. According to Rain Games, it’s been submitted to Nintendo for approval:



Hyrule Warriors will have online play, a few other bits

Hyrule Warriors logo Posted 8 hours ago
By (@NE_Brian)

An official Japanese page for Hyrule Warriors shares a bit more about the Wii U game.

First, as many had anticipated, online play is now officially confirmed. The wording on the page suggests that a unique mode is being prepared for those who intend to play over the Internet.

Aside from a brief mention of online support, Nintendo also confirms the automatic posting of your play status to Miiverse and the ability to purchase DLC (this was a given based on the costumes we’ve heard about).

Lastly, Hyrule Warriors supports 1 save file per user. Oh, and the game’s file size weighs in at 7.8GB.



Capcom sales are down due to lack of “major titles”

Posted 8 hours ago
By (@NE_Brian)

Capcom sales are down for the quarter ending June 30, 2014. In its financial report published today, the company noted that net sales dipped to 9.57 billion yen ($93 million, £55.1 million). That’s a decrease of 45.1 percent from the previous year.

Net income also dropped from 828 million yen ($8 million, £4.7 million) the previous year to 765 million yen ($7.4 million, £4.4 million).

Why the downturn? Capcom believes the decrease in sales can be attributed to “a lack of new major titles.”

Fortunately, today’s news isn’t entirely disappointing for Capcom. Operating income actually rose by 75.3 percent year-over-year for an increase of 1.26 billion yen ($12.2 million, £7.2 million). Monster Hunter Frontier GG also “performed steadily with major update.”

Capcom says the company is “on track to achieve full-year forecasts with improving profitability” with a desire to improve earnings by “reducing the cost of sales.”



Nintendo Direct for Hyrule Warriors coming on Monday

Posted 19 hours ago
By (@NE_Brian)

A new Nintendo Direct will be hosted on Monday, all entirely dedicated to Hyrule Warriors.

Nintendo of America’s confirmed on Twitter that the presentation will be held at 11 PM ET / 8 PM PT. A tweet from the company reads:



Hyrule Warriors getting yet another live stream event on Friday

Posted 20 hours ago
By (@NE_Brian)

The Hyrule Warriors streams just keep on coming! In addition to the presentation currently being held at this very moment, there will be yet another event on Friday.

Twilight Princess-oriented content is set to be shown, and will feature Yosuke Hayashi and Furusawa Masaki from Koei Tecmo as well as writer Watanabe Hiroshi.

The latest Hyrule Warriors stream will be held at 7:30 AM ET / 4:30 AM PT. You’ll be able to watch it here.

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