Looks like the time has finally come - we will have Wii U North American codes soon!
If that was your console of choice, please send me an email at joshpresseisen at gmail.com and I'll be sure to get you one. If you are in Europe, unfortunately you'll have to wait a bit longer I'm afraid.
Mobot Studios has been so kind to do the port for Wii U for us. They've had some great games on Wii U, including Paper Monsters Recut and Blocky Bot.
We're very excited to see this version of The Deer God finally arrive on a Nintendo console! :D
Pokemon X Splatoon t-shirts @ Pokemon Centres in JP from the 20th https://t.co/cm545lu7q3— StreetsAhead (@Sab_Mas) February 12, 2016
BREAKING NEWS! We’ve just learned that the next Splatfest is being presented by none other than… drumroll, please… Pokémon!
Head to the Inkopolis Plaza and select which game is your favorite: Pokémon Red or Pokémon Blue!
This Splatfest will begin on February 19 at 10:00 PM PT and will run until February 20 at 10:00 PM PT.
This Splatfest will also happen simultaneously around the world. Like any other Splatfest, however, players you get matched with will be from your region, and the results will also be tallied by each region.
By the way, did you know that in Japan the first Pokémon game was released in a “Red Version” and a “Green Version,” but in North America and Europe, the two versions were “Red Version” and “Blue Version.” So for this Splatfest, in North America, it will be “Red vs Blue.”
Activision usually puts out fiscal quarter press releases stating that they beat expectations and had another great quarter. That was not the case this time. While the company did well overall, things weren't as rosy as usually. It seems the culprits were Skylanders and Guitar Hero Live.
Activision says that Guitar Hero Live and Skylanders Superchargers both fell short of expectations, with Skylanders' weak performance attributed to increased competition in the market. No reasoning for Guitar Hero Live missing target was given.