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  • Wii U Virtual Console to Add Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS Games

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    Wii U Virtual Console to Add Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS Games

    As part of Nintendo's April 1st Nintendo Direct show, they revealed some great news for fans of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Virtual Console will now include both Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS games. The Wii U's GamePad will serve as the "second screen" for the DS games when played on the Virtual Console.

    The games offered from the N64 and DS begin today and include the following games for $9.99 (USD) each.
    Yoshi Touch & Go - April 9 ($9.99)
    WarioWare Touched! - April 9 ($9.99)
    Donkey Kong 64 - April 16 ($9.99)
    Mario Kart DS - April 23 ($9.99)
    Paper Mario - April 30 ($9.99)
    The $9.99 isn't...
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  • Wii U Virtual Console to Add Nintendo 64 and Nintendo DS Games

    As part of Nintendo's April 1st Nintendo Direct show, they revealed some great news for fans of the Wii U Virtual Console. The Virtual Console...
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  • Japanese Mobile Gaming Market Hits $5.1 Billion in 2013, Surpassing Console Market

    Console gaming is next to dead in Japan as most of the gaming population there have moved on to mobile games. Japan's Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA) revealed that in 2013, the market for smartphone games hit $3.5 billion (USD) in Japan alone. The total market for mobile gaming, including smartphone games, hit $5.1 billion (USD) in 2013. CESA notes that this figure is larger than the one for consoles (combining hardware and software) at just $4 billion (USD) for the same span of time. Japanese gamers not playing on smartphones are typically found with the Nintendo DS. The DS accounted for 46.7% of the...
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  • Japanese Mobile Gaming Market Hits $5.1 Billion in 2013, Surpassing Console Market

    Console gaming is next to dead in Japan as most of the gaming population there have moved on to mobile games. Japan's Computer Entertainment...
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  • Nintendo Disabling Online Play for Wii and DS in May

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    Nintendo Disabling Online Play for Wii and DS in May

    On May 20, "certain online functionality" for various Wii, DS, and DSi games will be removed. This includes online gaming, matchmaking, leaderboards, download of free add-on content, and user exchange of in-game items.

    Games affected include a very substantial list of games including Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart Wii, Pokemon Black and White, and countless others. In addition, Wii Speak, Wii Speak Channel, and the Wii mode on the Wii U will no longer function. Access to the Wii Shop, DSi shop, and video-on-demand services will not be affected in this move. The full (and it is a very,...
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  • Nintendo Disabling Online Play for Wii and DS in May

    On May 20, "certain online functionality" for various Wii, DS, and DSi games will be removed. This includes online gaming, matchmaking,...
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