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Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese is out today on the Wii U eShop. For a look at the game, check out the video below.

Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese will take up a decent amount of space on your Wii U memory or external hard drive. The download clocks in at 500 MB, which should drop just slightly when actually installed. Look for the Japanese language learning tool on the eShop tomorrow.


3Souls demo coming next week

Posted on 6 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

If you’d like to give 3Souls a try before making a purchase, you’ll be able to do so as of next week. A demo for the game will be released on the Wii U eShop next Thursday.

Red Column shared the news on Twitter with the following message:


Starfall Studios is still tinkering away on Sneaky Ninja, which will be coming to Wii U at the beginning of next year. A new clip showing a level with Samurai sailships and underwater gameplay can be found below.


SuperMetaldave64 posted a new video interview with Brjann Sigurgeirsson, CEO of Image & Form. Sigurgeirsson discussed the SteamWorld series, working with Wii U, and the Switch. Hear what he had to say in the video below.

ByteRockers’ Games is currently working on an update for its Wii U eShop game VRog. A new video is now available showing what’s in store.

Here’s a look:

VRog will be getting a new menu, ability to switch between high scores, a new Party Mode in which scores are valid for 12 hours, a new means of starting a game, and a new score menu.

New Mekazoo trailer

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Mekazoo is still planned for Nintendo platforms – last we heard was Wii U, but perhaps Switch could be a possibility. View a new trailer for the game below.

Swap Fire, a new first-person shooter for Wii U, is coming to the Wii U eShop very soon. The North American date is now locked in for November 17.

Here’s an overview:

“Swap Fire’s a shooter with a literal twist. Shooting other players rips a hole in spacetime thus swapping your locations. You’ll have to commit to losing in order to win in Drop Zone, manage spacetime to dominate the map in Control Point, master the art of teleportation to go for the gold in Swoccer, and much more!

The year is 2139. Retro Quantum Industries (RQI) has invented the next wave of transportation. Forget autonomous vehicles, these scientists invented teleportation! Unfortunately, even 2139’s technologically advanced citizens are terrified to have their bodies teleported through time and space. After spending billions of dollars on R + D, the company cannot afford commercial failure.

The solution is Swap Fire! A high stakes game show, featuring teenage contestants utilizing RQI’s teleportation technology. Sales and usage of consumer grade personal teleporters spiked after the first season of Swap Fire, in which Justin Agitprop was crowned as the Swap Fire Valedictorian. Now, it’s time for season two. The fans are eager and the executives at RQI are more so!”

Swap Fire will cost $14.99 on the Wii U eShop.


We originally heard about Bizerta: Silent Evil last February. While there hasn’t been much news to report as of late, development is still progressing smoothly. In fact, Edrox Interactive is still doing its best to have the game out on the Wii U eShop later this year, according to a message written to fans on Facebook.

Also mentioned is the possibility of a Switch version. If that were to happen, those who purchased the game on Wii U would be entitled to a free copy on Nintendo’s new console.


New Candle trailer

Posted on 6 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U eShop | 1 Comment | 0 Likes

Work on Candle is complete, and the indie game is starting to debut on various platforms today. View a new trailer for the game below.

Candle is still scheduled for Wii U, but it’s unclear if Switch will affect those plans. I imagine we’ll find out in the months ahead.

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