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Activision and developer Heavy Iron Studios were once working on Family Guy: Back To The Multiverse for both Wii and 3DS. These two versions would have been very different, as they would have featured an isometric perspective.

Unseen 64 shares the following information:

A listing for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on Wii U has been spotted in Target’s database. Don’t take this as a confirmation that Activision is bringing the shooter to Nintendo’s console though, as it could certainly be an error. It’s definitely peculiar that the listing has popped up after Advanced Warfare’s launch!

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We’ve already seen what Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Danger of the Ooze looks like on consoles. Now you can view a few 3DS-specific screenshots!

Activision is one of the few third-party companies that hasn’t really supported the eShop in the past. For whatever reason, the publisher’s retail releases haven’t been made digitally for the most part.

Perhaps that will be changing soon though. Listings have been discovered on the eShop for games like The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (3DS) and Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Wii U). Maybe Activision is finally looking into bringing some of its older games to the eShop?

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Update Just received a PR email from Activision confirming the October 28 release date.


The Legend of Korra: A New Era Begins could be launching in North America next week. Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, and GameFly are all listing an October 28 release date. Activision has yet to officially confirm a final date, strangely enough!

You’ll find the first screenshots from The Legend of Korra: A New Era Begins in the gallery above.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.


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