If you have Wii Points to spend, or if there are Wii games you want to download, make sure to take action while you still can.
Retro City Rampage is finally making its long-awaited appearance on Wii tomorrow. However, the WiiWare version of the game comes with a unique bonus: ROM City Rampage, an 8-bit demake of the game.
Retro City Rampage is coming to WiiWare on February 28, along with a free ROM City Rampage content update that will hit Steam port on the same day.
After a brief stint of exclusivity on PS3, Vita, and PC, Vblank Entertainment's retro throwback is finally coming to Xbox 360 and Wii.
Publisher Nicalis has canceled La-Mulana for WiiWare, saying that a shrinking market on Wii has made selling sufficient units "near impossible."
Konami has announced Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition. It will be available Spring for the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, WiiWare, and smartphones.
A giant discrepancy has been revealed between the maximum eShop file size of WiiWare games (50MB), and games for the 3DS (2GB).
Next week's another busy one, with Microsoft Flight, Binary Domain, SSX, PC editions of Rayman Origins and Vessel, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2, and heaps more all launching.
Vblank Entertainment's Retro City Rampage has always looked awfully nice, but it was a shame the open-world love letter to ye olden days was only headed to WiiWare and Xbox Live Arcade. Rejoice, then! It'll also hit PC, PS3 and Vita in May.
WiiWare demos are available to download once again. Nintendo of America has stealthily restored access to all fifty demos.
Only a handful of new games are coming out next week, with the highlights being survival horror Amy, Choplifter HD, and fantasy strategy sequel King Arthur II: The Role-playing Wargame.
Three plucky games are daring to make a stand next week and boldly launch between Christmas and New Year. One is the shiny HD version of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath on PSN, then there's All Zombies Must Die! and t'other is... a surprise.
Shacknews readers share their own stories revolving around the classic Chrono Trigger, the latest game inducted into the "MobyGames Classic" series on Shacknews.com.
MobyGames.com Classic returns with the Chrono Trigger, the beloved 1995 role-playing game for the SNES that has since seen numerous re-releases on multiple platforms.
Club Nintendo points will be able to purchase downloadable games across all Nintendo platforms: 3DS, DS, and Wii.
Twisted Pixel's 'Splosion Man has been revealed as the first of open-world pop culture 'em up Retro City Rampage's "official indie (or previously indie crossovers)." 'Splosion Man and his lady counterpart explode into action in a new trailer.
The flood of new releases in time for the holiday season continues unabated next week. We'll be getting Saints Row: The Third, Need for Speed: The Run, Telltale's Jurassic Park: The Game, Rayman Origins, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, and oh so many
Next week will bring Batman: Arkham City, Rocksmith, Dungeon Defenders, Payday: The Heist, and heaps more.
A bumper week is coming, with Forza 4, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record, Might & Magic Heroes VI, Aliens: Infestation, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, MDK 2 HD, and heaps more shiny things all due to arrive.
The arrival of Rage and Dark Souls make next week a glorious time for violence, though there'll be Just Dance 3 to provide relaxation when you're sick of bloodshed.