Throughout the years, the videogame industry has seen numerous planned titles and game prototypes that never manage to make it to store shelves. Today one of these cancelled projects has surfaced online: Eurocom’s Spider-Man 4 for the Wii.
Despite launching more than 17 years ago, it looks like fans have discovered a strange and hilarious detail in the original Metroid Prime.
On November 19, 2006, Wii Sports was released in North America for Wii as a pack-in title.
The official Nintendo of America website has removed all product listings for Nintendo DS and Wii games released in the past.
Mario Kart Wii, one of the bestselling Wii games of all time, is apparently still moving in 2019.
As most gaming fans will know, the Nintendo Wii launched in 2006 and became a massive hit amongst families – moving more than 101 million consoles in its entire lifetime. That amazing track record, however, appears to have been smashed once more.
Almost a decade ago, it wasn’t uncommon to see your parents and older folk playing Wii Sports and Wii Fit to stay healthy.
Today we have an interesting rumor surrounding Punch Out!! for the Nintendo Wii, and how a small tiny reference to an immensely influential manga may have gotten both Nintendo and developer Next Level Games into a lot of hot water.