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Need for Speed ‘Most Wanted’ Comes to Wii U

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As announced by EA and Criterion Games, Need for Speed™ Most Wanted is coming to Nintendo’s Wii U™ system on March 19 in North America for $59.99 and March 21 in Europe for €69.99. The game includes the Ultimate Speed Pack offering users to choose five of the most ludicrously fast cars ever made: McLaren’s F1 LM, Lamborghini Aventador J, Pagani Zonda R, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse and Hennessey’s Venom GT Spyder.
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Nintendo Wii U, Are you Ready for This?

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Introduced at the E3 Expo in June last year, Nintendo’s new home video game system is here now. Nintendo Wii U is a kind of fresh air flowing to our living room after six years we hold the same and old game controller. Okay, I think you’re more than ready to join the crowd. The basic package will set you back $299 only, and you’ll get a white Wii U console with 8 GB of internal storage, one white touch-screen GamePad controller, AC adapters for both the console and controller, a sensor bar and an HDMI cable.
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Nintendo Wii $129.99

Nintendo Wii $129.99

To anticipate the holiday shopping seasons, Nintendo Wii console is now $129.99 U.S. (box includes a black Wii console, Wii Remote Plus and a Nunchuk controller, and both Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort on a single game disc). Consumers can grab it in the U.S. by Oct. 28. Replaces the current black Wii that comes with New Super Mario Bros. Wii, the Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort include a wide variety of sports that use the controllers in unique ways.

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Britain’s Fastest Family training – Choose Your Partner

Who should you team up with for the Tournament? Rufus muses on the characteristics make for the best racing partner.

Nintendo 3DS XL has 90% Larger Display

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Nintendo believes that a larger screen will give more fun for gamers. And that’s why they plan to sell the larger version of Nintendo 3DS on Augustus 19 this year, the same day as New Super Mario Bros. 2. The larger version called Nintendo 3DS XL has 90% larger display and will be available in Red and Blue.

Featuring a new system, the Nintendo 3DS XL comes bundled with a 4 GB SD card for storing extra content such as downloadable games and videos from the Nintendo eShop. You may wonder how much Nintendo will sell the device, don’t worry you won’t find much different compared to the standard version, it’s only $199.99.
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Nintendo Wii U offers New Gaming Experience

Holiday season is coming, and depend on how you celebrate the season, this holiday season will be different for gaming enthusiasts. Thanks to Nintendo with the upcoming Wii U console and GamePad. During the Nintendo All-Access Presentation at E3 2012 in LA, the company revealed a huge lineup of new video games for the most aniticipated game console and controller.
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Kid Icarus Infographic

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Courtesy of Nintendo. Kid Icarus: Uprising is available on the Nintendo 3DS

New Nintendo Selects Collection: Pikmin 2 and Mario Power Tennis

I don’t have a Nintendo Wii console at my home, but of course I’m a Wii fan! Don’t worry about that. My first experience playing Nintendo game was happen when I was in senior high school. At that time, I was playing the classic 2D Mario Bros at my friend’s house, it’s so addicting and I always remember the beautiful moment. While I’m idle in the front of my computer, I want to enjoy such classic game in the midle of my busy workloads.

I mentioned before, I don’t have a Wii console, but I have Dolphin emulator installed on my PC, it’s save me a little bit. Right now I have two emulator ISO: “Super Mario Galaxy” and “Super Mario Galaxy II”, both runs smoothly but sometime my computer crashes beacause of the CPU temperature getting higher to the maximum. Based on this, I don’t recommend avarage users to play Wii game on PC with emulator. Wii console offers more stable and reliable way to play the Wii games, no question about that.
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