As we round the corner into E3, a lot of gamers are looking at the twilight of this current console generation and rubbing their hands with glee over transitioning to the next.
An EA Sports representative has confirmed with Nintendo World Report yesterday that Madden NFL 25 won’t be coming to Wii U this year.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or at least the central concept of it, is never going to die. Let’s just get that out of the way; E3 is an important fixture of the industry and it’s going to remain so.
The Wii U is something to be taken seriously—that is, according to Nintendo. Kotaku reports today Nintendo is sending out messages to Wii owners, hoping they would view the Wii U as not an add-on, but rather a whole new console.
This week’s CGMPodcast marks the return of Tim Ashdown as the crew talk about all the latest from the world of Comics and Gaming. They get into EA’s latest set of layoffs, the next Xbox announcement, the latest issues with Nintendo and why they will not be doing a e3 Presser this year. All this and discussions about Injustice, Thomas was Alone and Tomb Raider.
Nintendo announced yesterday that it will be skipping the usual big budget press conference for this year’s E3 and instead will be focusing on smaller events focused on the software lineup.
As E3 approaches in less than a month’s time, Nintendo will not be holding a press conference this year.
Just a couple months away from E3, Nintendo fans were treated to another Direct webcast, where there were a slew of titles on display for their handheld 3DS along with some news for the Wii U.
Fans that were disappointed following the news that Rayman Legends would receive a seven month delay to September will be happy to know the game (which was completed at the time of the delay) is seeing additional levels included.