Super Toy Cars will be launching on the Nintendo eShop on Thursday, July 24. This combat racing game will be available for $7.99 and features 16 cars, 12 tracks, five different events for each track, a career mode, multiplayer, and a track editor.
Dahku Creations, the developer of Chubbins
, will be bringing another game to the Wii U this year. This next game will be Soon Shine, a puzzle game that must be played on the Wii U GamePad.
Players must have great agility to destroy evil spirits before they reach the middle of the screen. Destroying these spirits is as easy as tapping them, though some can only be destroyed in sunlight, while others must be destroyed under the moon’s light. Players can also buy and use items to help them on their quest to a high score.
The game is currently being reviewed by Nintendo and Dahku Creations hopes to launch mid-August for $1.99.
Nintendo has revealed this year’s Club Nintendo Elite Status Rewards and, disappointingly, there are no physical rewards to choose between. This year, those whom have achieved Platinum or Gold Elite Status get to choose between a fairly large list of digital games for their Wii U or 3DS. Of course, those that have Platinum status get more choices, including some desirable Nintendo eShop and retail games. Here is the full list of games for elite Club Nintendo members:
RCMADIAX, a Wii U developer that seems to be picking up some major steam lately, plans to release Super Robo Mouse a little later this year. Super Robo Mouse challenges gamers to navigate a maze and its obstacles to find Titanium Cheese to unlock the level’s gate. RCMADIAX promises over 20 levels, which includes 3 boss battles, making Super Robo Mouse their largest adventure so far.
Players will have the option to control the game using the Wii U GamePad, Wii U Pro Controller, Wii Remote + Nunchuck, and the Wii Classic Controller. Of course, like many Wii U Games, Super Robo Mouse will support of-TV play on the Wii U GamePad.
RCMADIAX is looking to release Super Robo Mouse by the end of 2014 and for under $5.
Cubit: The Hardcore Platformer Robot, which received an average score in our review, will be receiving a remastered update that looks to fix some of the game’s flaws. This update will go live in Europe on Thursday of this week with North America to follow after it passes NOA Lot Check. This update will be free to download and will add/fix the following things:
- Controls have been reworked
- Worldwide online rankings have been added
- A new game mode with redesigned levels, different progression, and aesthetics.
- Player names can be 11 characters with upper/lower case and symbols as possibilities.
- Also, some minor bugs were found and fixed.
Lastly, Cubit: The Hardcore Platformer Robot will re-launch with a 33% discount in Europe on Thursday, July 17.
Source: PR E-mail
FreakZone Games announced on Twitter – and during SGC on Saturday morning – that AVGN Adventures will be coming to the Wii U very soon. Of course, the game will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS, as well, though it will release on the platform after the Wii U version launches.
Remember those awesome, so eighties it hurts, tips and tricks VHS tapes that gaming companies used to produce during the NES era? Well, looks like Shovel Knight mysteriously has one of its own.
Warning: spoilers galore in this video.
This tips and tricks video was
transferred by the Backloggery and posted to YouTube. I don’t know about you, but I miss the good old days.
Source via Joystiq