E3 2011: Nintendo Announces the “Wii U”

Today, Reggie Fils-Aime pulled back the curtain on the “Wii U,” their HD console, codenamed “Project Cafe.” Featuring a 6.2″ touchscreen, the Wii U is a tablet-like device with 6 buttons, a d-pad, dual analog sticks, an accelerometer, and rumble capability.  The Wii U is poised to be an in-home

E3 2011: Nintendo 3DS New Lineup

I am hard-pressed to say that the Nintendo 3DS launch needs a “shot in the arm,” since, quite frankly, the lineup has been pretty much DOA since the system launched.  Nintendo must know this too, since Reggie Fils-Aime came out to tout their new 3DS lineup first, and it looks like they’re giving people what they want.

UPDATE: We’ve gotten our hands on some new titles and some assets, and we’re happy to share them with you here!  We’ve added new details where appropriate, but, for the most part, Nintendo has only released the news that these titles exist — nothing about release or other pertinent info. 

Hit the jump for all of the details and screen shots!  Animal Crossing 3DS, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Kirby Mass Attack, Luigi’s Mansion 2, Mario Kart 3DS, and more!

E3 2011: Zelda For All in 2011

  Opening the Nintendo press conference today, Shigeru Miyamoto (attempted) to order an orchestra to play their “ITEM GET” song to intro their celebration of the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda.  As part of this celebration, Zelda will be available on each of their hardware platforms, in one

E3 2011: The PlayStation Vita, Bogged Down by AT&T

Image courtesy of Engadget. Kaz “Ridge Racer” Hirai has finally announced that their next portable, codenamed “NGP,” is officially named the PlayStation Vita (Vee-ta.)  With “features alone that are cutting edge,” such as dual analog sticks, a multitouch OLED screen, front & rear cameras, and SixAxis motion control, the PSVita is

DC Comics To Relaunch the DCU 52

On Wednesday, August 31st, the 52 titles in the DC Comics publishing universe will be brought back to #1.   In a statement issued by DC Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee, they gave their main reason for the decision. This initiative be compelling for existing readers, it’ll give new