Nintendo Direct Delayed Due to Earthquake in Hokkaido, Japan

Nintendo has delayed its upcoming Nintendo Direct due to an earthquake that has struck the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan.

Announced via Nintendo’s Twitter, Nintendo made the decision to delay the 35-minute Nintendo Switch and 3DS Direct and will “provide a new date and time in the near future.”

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E3 2018: Nintendo Focuses on ‘Fire Emblem,’ ‘Mario Party,’ and Smash Bros.

Nintendo’s decision to stop doing traditional press conferences during E3 seems to have paid off, leading other companies to follow suit. Their pre-recorded Nintendo Directs are slick, vibrant, and really showcase the titles they are working on. This year’s Nintendo Direct was no different; we expected news on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokemon: Let’s Go, and updates to Splatoon 2, but, thankfully, they gave us so much more.

Daemon X Machina

This flashy, over-the-top mech game has us intrigued. It looks like a combination of mech assault, Gundam, and any other futuristic mech game you can think of. Its gorgeous color palette and particle effects have us ready to suit up. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until 2019 to see what else Daemon X Machina has to offer.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna — The Golden Country

Torna — The Golden Country is the next Xenoblade Chronicles 2 expansion for pass holders. There will also be a physical version for sale that contains the expansion pass but will still require the base game to play. Based on what was shown, Torna — The Golden Country appears to be a prequel story that will allow fans to play as blades and their masters. This was an unexpected but welcome change, and regardless of who we actually get to control, we are all for it.

Expansion pass owners can download Torna — The Golden Country on September 14th. The physical version will release a week later on the 21st.

Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and Pikachu!

Reggie Fils-Aimé came out and reiterated everything we already knew about Pokemon: Let’s Go, but he also announced that the Poké Ball Plus will exclusively launch with legendary Pokémon Mew. Nintendo also announced that the entire game could be played with only the Poké Ball Plus.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Masahiro Sakurai introduced us to the newest entry in Nintendo’s popular crossover fighting game series, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Not only did we get to see some gameplay, but Sakurai also showed off its roster, and WOW, its everything that we’ve been asking of this franchise for nearly a decade.

Everyone is back. In addition to newcomers Ridley, Daisy, and Inkling Girl (or Boy), every fighter in the history of Smash Bros. is joining the battle — with revamped kits, new costumes, and other changes. This is by far the biggest crossover ever. Eight-player battles will make a return, and there are new stages, assist trophies, and echo characters. And, best of all, it’s Game Cube controller compatible.

Bravo, Nintendo, bravo!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases December 7, 2018.

Everything Else

Next, in typical Nintendo fashion, the company hit us with a stream of clips featuring all the games coming to the Switch. Standouts included Overcooked 2, Killer Queen Black, Hollow Knight, and Octopath Traveler. Check out the Nintendo Direct video to see the entire list, but we’ve included below the few announcements that we were excited to see.

Overcooked 2

Overcooked 2 will feature more kitchens, characters, features, and support local online and co-op play. We can’t wait to hop back into the kitchen to cook (or burn) more food.

Overcooked 2 is scheduled to release August 7, 2018.

Killer Queen Black

The Switch version of Killer Queen Black redesigned the arcade version from the ground up and will allow players to create 4-player teams. That means that up to eight players can play at once. This arcade hit is on our must-play list. We’ve poured many quarters into the arcade version are ecstatic that we can finally take it with us wherever we go.

Killer Queen Black will launch in winter 2018.

Hollow Knight

The action-adventure game, Hollow Knight, looks gorgeous, with its hand-drawn visuals. It also comes with all previously released content. We’ve put quite a bit of time into the game’s other versions and can’t wait to take this one on the road with us.

Hollow Knight is available today on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Octopath Traveler

Nintendo showed off an extended trailer for Octopath Traveler that offered more insight into the game’s story by introducing players to each of its eight characters and their motivations. With a cast of characters as interesting as they are diverse, Octopath Traveler is on track to become a sleeper hit.

Octopath Traveler’s new first chapter demo will be available on June 14th, and the full version will launch on July 13th of this year.

Super Mario Party

Super Mario Party is going to be playable across multiple Switches for up to four players. The ability to combine Switch consoles is guaranteed to take the multiplayer experience to the next level. It isn’t clear if Super Mario Party will support local play like the Nintendo DS versions of the game or if each person will need a copy. However, the traditional board game is back so that everyone can move on their own again. Thank goodness.

Super Mario Party releases on October 5, 2018.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Another layer of depth has been added to the Fire Emblem series. Taking inspiration from Fire Emblem WarriorsThree Houses appears to have each character lead individual units. Depending on the formation, players can execute special moves. The game also features some larger-than-life monsters. This game stole the show at Nintendo Direct.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is scheduled to launch this spring 2019.

Fortnite

That’s right! Fortnite is coming to the Switch. The battle royale has everything that fans of the series have come to know and love — along with some much-needed portability.

Fortnite is available for free on the Nintendo eShop.

Other Titles We Caught a Glimpse of Included:

  • Arena of Valor
  • Minecraft
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • Splatoon 2 DLC
  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
  • Ninjala
  • Carcassonne
  • ARK: Survival Evolved
  • Paladins
  • Fallout Shelter
  • Dark Souls Remastered
  • SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy
  • Monster Hunter Generations
  • Wolfenstein II
  • The World Ends with You: Final Remix
  • Mega Man 11
  • Mario Tennis Aces

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Nintendo Just Announced a Bunch of Switch Games, Including Dark Souls

Nintendo fans had plenty to be excited about in 2017 with the release of games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. Now in 2018, Nintendo plans to update more of its popular franchises with Splatoon 2 and a Nintendo Switch version of Super Smash Bros. In addition, the company announced Thursday at its Nintendo Direct event, it’s bringing a remastered version of Dark Souls to the console.

There’s no official name for the new Super Smash Bros. installment yet, but a teaser video clip showed mainstays like Mario and Link from The Legend of Zelda series, as well as newcomers such as the Inklings from Splatoon. Inklings, the human-squid hybrids that can transform to swim through pools of ink, have never been featured in a Super Smash Bros. game before. The new title will be coming later this year

If history is any indication, the new entry in the fighting game series is bound to be a hit on the Switch. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U was the console’s fourth most popular game, while Super Smash Bros. Brawl was the Wii’s eighth best-selling title, coming just after games like Wii Sports, Wii Fit, Wii Play, Mario Kart, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii.

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Super Smash Bros. is small part of the roster Nintendo has planned for the Switch in 2018. The company also announced a handful of previously released games that will be making their way to the Switch, such as South Park: The Fractured But Whole, which arrives on April 24, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which launches on July 10, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker., which will be available starting July 13. Dark Souls will land on May 25, and a remake of action adventure game Okami HD will be released this summer.

Nintendo also divulged details on Mario Tennis Aces, such as the different gameplay modes and features players can expect. In a video demo, Nintendo showcased the types of shots players will be able to dish out on the court, including a powerful Zone shot. With this technique, players can pinpoint certain areas on the court using motion controls and target their opponents to damage their tennis racket. The game launches for the Switch on June 22.

The announcements come after a successful first year for the Switch. In January, the company said that the Switch was the fastest-selling home game console ever in the U.S., with 4.8 million units sold in 10 months. Check out the full video above for more details on the newly revealed games coming to the Switch in 2018.


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Nintendo Switch emulator

Long before Nintendo started packaging classic games on miniature versions of its old consoles, the easiest way to play those games was with an emulator. Despite their questionable legality, emulators for virtually every console ever made have been released on PC, Android and even other video game consoles over the years.

As you might expect, it often takes years after a console launches for an emulator to be developed, but this weekend, the team behind the Citra emulator for the 3DS announced that a Switch emulator is already in the works.

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‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ Book II Update is Proof Mobile Will Be King for Nintendo

Fire Emblem Heroes is likely not the most well-known game from Nintendo to hit mobile devices. After proclaiming their entry into the mobile gaming market, the company launched Super Mario Run — featuring everyone’s favorite adventuring ex-plumber — launched last December to much fanfare. But the hype soon died down and people stopped talking about it. It was, after all, just another endless runner clone with a Mario skin.

However, in February of this year, Nintendo launched its second mobile game. And this one, it would seem, would have the kind of longevity that the company aspired to have. Fire Emblem Heroes — available now as free-to-play with purchases on iOS and Android — uses the Fire Emblem franchise. The IP that had faded into obscurity but was revived in 2013 with Nintendo 3DS title Fire Emblem: Awakening. The release of Fire Emblem Fates in 2016 catapulted the series back into the spotlight, and its explosion in popularity likely encouraged Nintendo to use it for their next mobile project.


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The battle continues.

A Concept That Just Works

Fire Emblem’s core gameplay tenants are a perfect fit for mobile. Moving your units around the battle requires just a swipe or tap, and Fire Emblem Heroes can be played in short bursts or long sprints. Nintendo has released free updates monthly for the entirety of its 11-month lifetime. The only things you can buy with real-world money are Orbs to summon new heroes and upgrade your castle, and items that allow you to keep playing without a cooldown time — all items that can also be earned at a decent rate through gameplay.

Earlier this week, Nintendo pushed a significant update to Fire Emblem Heroes, including the ability to add new boosts to weapons. But the meat of the update is Book II, a narrative expansion that promises to be just as huge as the 13-chapter story already available in Fire Emblem Heroes. Book II so far only has two chapters to fight through, but with an entirely new set of characters to learn about and new Fire Emblem characters to collect, it’s clear this expansion will be significant.


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New enemies threaten the balance in the war between Askr and the Emblians.

The story of Book II picks up from the cliffhanger at the end of Book I. The player character, Alfonse, Sharena, and Anna find themselves on a new battlefield. They rescue Fjorm, a princess from a kingdom under siege by the team’s common enemy, Princess Veronica of the Emblian empire. Fjorm reveals that a new foe has arisen to help Veronica destroy the kingdom of Askr and capture its heroes. But obviously, you and your team are having none of it.

A Long Road Ahead

Learning more about Fjorm’s kingdom and past, as well as why other villains are teaming up with Veronica, seem to be the core of this unraveling story. Fjorm is an interesting character; unlike the boisterous Anna, tough Shareena and courageous Alfonse, Fjorm is strong and yet very quiet. It will be interesting to see how these personalities clash or get along.

Fire Emblem Heroes has added new bonus maps every week since its launch, but these maps were always one-off affairs with a chance to score a rare in-game good or character. However, the introduction of Book II is proof that Nintendo is committed to delivering one of the high-quality console experiences the company is known for on a mobile device. Super Mario Run was a light appetizer. Fire Emblem Heroes is the main course. With a side of the recently-released Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, of course.

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Best Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals: Console, games, and accessories

Black Friday 2017

The Nintendo Switch launched in early March in various markets around the world, and Nintendo is still unable to satisfy demand. It’s likely the console and Switch games are on the Christmas shopping lists of many gamers and/or parents, with many of them looking to take advantage of some hot deals this Black Friday and Cyber Monday season.

The bad news is that you’ll still have to deal with stock supply. Furthermore, retailers are selling the console for the same full price. That’s $ 299.99 for the console only, with no bundled games. However, we’ve still found some deals worth checking out. Meijer offers $ 30 off your next shopping trip with every Switch purchase, while Target says that it’s ready to sell you $ 299.99 Nintendo Switch bundles although it’s not clear what that means.

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‘DOOM’ On Nintendo Switch Is A Blisteringly-Brilliant Portable Shooter

Of all the third-party releases we hoped would grace Nintendo’s shiny new console, Bethesda’s gore-soaked DOOM reboot wasn’t a port we even dared to dream about. While we fell in love with it last year on other platforms, this adrenaline-pumping murder-fest seemed a bit at odds with Nintendo’s squeaky-clean family image. Not only that, but after turning heads on PS4 and Xbox One, it  also looked to be far too technically demanding for the tablet-sized Switch.

Yet, despite all the sizeable odds stacked against its existence, today sees DOOM blasting its way back onto Nintendo hardware for the first time in two decades. But with ID’s latest already wowing on PS4 and Xbox One, does this late Switch release run like a portable FPS dream, or a badly ported nightmare?

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It’s time to rest easy Nintendo fans, because DOOM on Switch is the real deal.

While many gamers were expecting this port to be missing features left right and centre, impressively, developer Panic Button has managed to cram the full DOOM experience onto Switch. For once, Nintendo gamers get all the game’s existing DLC, the recently added Arcade Mode and even the fully updated online multiplayer suite. In other words, this is DOOM 2016 through and through.

As you’d probably expect, however, shrinking this impressive package down for a handheld has come at a cost. With the tiny Switch console obviously lacking the horsepower of the fully-sized PS4 or Xbox One, DOOM’s framerate has been halved in order to squeeze it onto Nintendo’s system.

Employing a dynamic resolution, DOOM on Switch constantly changes its pixel count in order to keep the frame rate running at a rock-solid 30 frames per second. While in quieter sections DOOM runs at a respectable 720p resolution, busier battles see the game dropping to noticeably blurrier resolutions, helping the Switch keep up with all the on-screen chaos.

While these resolution drops are definitely less severe when playing in docked mode, DOOM on Switch isn’t exactly a looker on the big screen. Although docked DOOM certainly stays closer to its target resolution, after coming from the sharp 1080p presentation of the PS4 version, this ports muddy textures don’t paint a particularly flattering picture on the TV. It’s still perfectly playable and not an eye-burning monstrosity, but given the majesty of Switch games like Breath Of The Wild and Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, DOOM’s muddier visuals are a bit of a shock to the system.

Portable Punishment



Thankfully though, this is an experience that fares far, far better on the go. As anyone who played the original release might remember, DOOM ran at a lightning-fast 60 frames per second on other platforms. On paper then, having DOOM running at half the frame rate sounds like a disaster. Thanks to the game’s aggressive use of motion blur, however, the action still feels surprisingly fast-paced on Nintendo’s platform.

With past handheld gaming devices marred by a combination of a lack of power and their fiddly control layouts, those who play on the go have found themselves stuck with sub-par shooters. With Nintendo’s latest, there are no such annoying  limitations. Playing DOOM on the Switch feels just as good as you’d hope a shooter would on a handheld. Thanks to the system’s solid dual analogue stick layout and its impressive specs (for a handheld), DOOM on Switch is easily the best portable shooter we’ve ever played.

Gamers will probably want to whack up the camera sensitivity, however, as the default settings are set to shockingly low movement speeds.

Multiplayer On The Move



It’s not just the controls that impress on Bethesda’s Switch debut though.  Somehow, DOOM’s online multiplayer has not only made the transition to Nintendo’s new platform intact, but it also features the best online experience on Switch to date.

Not only have all the matches we’ve played run flawlessly both in handheld and docked mode, but the developer has also thoughtfully created its own in-game invite system. Upon booting DOOM, a quick tap of the ‘Y’ button opens up a little online tab, allowing players to easily invite any friends to a party and then hop straight into a match.

With Nintendo’s own Splatoon 2 and Mario Kart 8: Deluxe opting for a painfully convoluted lobby system, we were thoroughly impressed by just how smooth online matchmaking felt in DOOM. Take note, Ninty, this is how online multiplayer should work on the Switch.

Is DOOM on Switch Any Good?

Blasting your way through hell on the go is still an experience we can’t quite get over. With FPS games largely being a bit rubbish on portable systems, playing DOOM in all its glory on the train or during a flight has been a bit of a revelation.

Not only is this a port that shows that big-budget AAA games can run well on Switch, but more importantly, DOOM proves that adult-orientated games actually fit the system like a glove.

Still, it’s not a perfect port. For those looking to play DOOM purely on the big screen, the Switch version’s janky visuals make it difficult to recommend. Yet, if you’re looking for a portable version of one of the best shooters in recent memory, DOOM thoroughly deserves to be the blood-soaked outlier lurking in your Switch library.

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Nintendo Increases Switch Production to 2 Million Units Per Month

Despite being out in North America for just over nine months, consumers are still having a hard time getting their hands on the elusive Nintendo Switch console. Although stock levels getting a little bit better as of late, the Japanese video game giant wants to make getting a Switch of your own a little easier. According to a report from DigiTimes, the company is increasing the console’s production to 2 million units per month. To put that number into perspective, reports indicate that 4.7 million Switch consoles were sold around the world between launch and the end of June.

The increase in production also comes with the console’s expansion into new markets. Countries such as Taiwan will be getting the console in December of this year, while China’s release is scheduled for early 2018. The uptick in production is also an effort to meet Nintendo’s production quota it set out for itself of 20 million units by the end of the year. The same report says the Switch’s shortage is due in large part to key resources such as DRAM coming in extremely limited supplies.

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These 12 Games Are Coming to Nintendo 3DS

During the most recent Nintendo Direct video presentation, Nintendo revealed new titles for the Nintendo 3DS, as well as finally shared release dates for some we already knew about. Here is what 3DS owners can expect to get between now and early 2018:

Minecraft New Nintendo 3DS Edition  – Out now

Minecraft is finally coming to the New Nintendo 3DS. The game is available now on the Nintendo eShop, with a physical version coming later.

Metroid: Samus Returns – Sept 15

This side-scrolling adventure game is bringing back a beloved Nintendo heroine and will be available later this week.

Pokémon Gold and Silver – September 22

These two classics from 2000 (1999 if you were in Japan) are coming to the Nintendo 3DS eShop shortly before the release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. These two blasts from the Game Boy Color past introduced the series’ now often-used real-time in-game clock, as well as added the ability for Pokémon to carry items and new versions of Poké Balls.

Yo-kai Watch 2 Psychic Specters  – Sept 29



The latest in the ghost-collecting Yo-kai Watch series will launch this fall. If you’ve played the previous games, this story will pick up right where the others left off.

Mario & Luigi SuperStar Saga Remake + Bowser’s Minions  – October 6

This remake of a Mario RPG classic will launch with a brand new storyline called Bowser’s Minions. In addition to a graphical update to make it a little prettier, the game will accompany the launch of two new amiibo that can be used in tandem — a Koopa Troopa and a Goomba.

Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy – October 6

The inaugural adventure for Professor Layton’s daughter launched earlier this year for mobile devices. This fall she makes her debut on 3DS.



Fire Emblem Warriors – October 20

This Dynasty Warriors spin-off featuring beloved Fire Emblem characters will get a release on 3DS along its Switch counterpart.

Mario Party The Top 100 – November 10

Nintendo has curated the top 100 mini-games from every Mario Party game EVER and distilled them into one collection for 3DS. Up to four players can play together via the Download Play feature, so you need only one copy of the game and you and your friends are good to go.

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney – November


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This November, Phoenix Wright’s trusty partner in law will get his own starring game. The game initially launched on Nintendo DS in 2008.

Three Atlus RPGs – early 2018

The Alliance Alive — a new title, as well as a localization of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux and old classic Radiant Historia will be available on Nintendo’s handheld early next year. Exact timing was not shared.

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Joy-Con Adapter Makes The Nintendo Switch A Lot More Accessible

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Nintendo Is Being Sued Over The Switch Joy-Con Design

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The Nintendo Games That Best Describe President Trump’s Cabinet Members

Remember when you were just a wee human, when a simple game like Super Mario Bros. could distract and amuse you for hours and the White House wasn’t a daily s**t show?

This administration really has become a challenge to describe, so let’s do it using something we actually like: Nintendo games. 

We perused our collection and tried to find the Nintendo games that would be the best fit for the members of Donald Trump’s cabinet.

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INSTEN Black EVA Case+4 Color Stylus+2-LCD Screen Protector For Nintendo DS Lite

INSTEN Black EVA Case+4 Color Stylus+2-LCD Screen Protector For Nintendo DS Lite


Lite Eva Case compatible with Nintendo 3DS / NDS, Black Quantity: 1 Compatible with: Nintendo DS Lite NOT compatible with: Nintendo DS/ DSi/ DSi LL/ XL Take your Nintendo 3DS / NDS with you wherever you go for convenient gaming throughout your day Look classy and have fun with this chic carrying case Case provides a softly lined hard shell to ensure that your Nintendo device is protected against bumps, dust and scratches Detachable wrist strap makes it easy to carry your game console Zip-up design ensures that your Nintendo 3DS is completely enclosed and protected when not in use Inner mesh netting provides convenient storage for games cards, stylus and other accessories Color: Black 4 Pc Stylus compatible with Nintendo DS Lite, Plastic Quantity: 1 Compatible with: Nintendo DS Lite NOT compatible with: Nintendo DS/ DSi/ DSi LL/ XL Don’t let the gaming stop because you don’t have a stylus. Stock up with this set of four replacement styli for the Nintendo DS Lite handheld video game system. It easily snaps inside a convenient storage slot on the back. Mix and match your stylus with your mood. Keep your screen free from scratches and fingerprints. Material: Plastic Package Includes 1 Light Blue Stylus 1 White Stylus 1 Baby Pink Stylus 1 Black Stylus Color: Blue / White / Black / Pink Accessory ONLY. System not included. 2-LCD Kit Reusable Screen Protector compatible with Nintendo DS Lite Quantity: 1 Compatible with: Nintendo DS Lite NOT compatible with: Nintendo DS/ DSi/ DSi LL/ XL NOTE: Please do not perform the installation in the dusty environment. Please read installation steps from the two tabs on the front and back protector layers before performing installation. An absolute must have for DS Lite owners – hard gameplay will quickly destroy your touchscreen without one! Always have a fresh protector on your DS’s LCD screens to protect against dust and scratches and to eliminate glare. Designed for

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Nintendo Wii U Fit Meter (Nintendo Wii U)

Nintendo Wii U Fit Meter (Nintendo Wii U)


Special Offer: One-month FREE trial Wii Fit U Game Have a Wii Balance Board? Download the game for FREE on Nintendo eShop anytime between Nov. 1, 2013-Jan 31, 2014, and try it for a month.1 Keep the game by purchasing a Fit Meter (only .99 MSRP*) and syncing it with the game. See details . The free game trial will operate for 31 days from when the software is first played; free trial does not include optional Fit Meter functions. Must have Balance Board to play. Wii Fit U reinvents fitness fun again Get active – and stay active – with Wii Fit U, designed to work with the Wii U GamePad controller, Wii Balance Board accessory, and the new Fit Meter. With more than 70 activities, Wii Fit U makes fitness fun for everyone. Its easy to chart your progress with the new Fit Meter, a handy device that tracks your activity (including calories burned, steps taken, and even elevation changes). Wear it every day and sync the Fit Meter data to your in-game profile with one button press. Wii Fit U software lets you create routines, review progress, and compare with friends in online Gym Communities and Miiverse**. View your profile privately on the GamePad or get active with Off-TV play. Explore tons of options to create your perfect workout. Shape up with a wide range of fun activities including Yoga, Strength exercises, Balance Games, Dance, Aerobic activities, and more. Whether at home or on the go, the all-new Fit Meter tracks your progress, from calories burned to steps taken – even changes in elevation! Easily sync your Fit Meter data to compare your progress with friends or see how far youve gone in Walking Challenges, Altitude Challenges, and more. Enjoy new and unique dual-screen activities like Hosedown or Trampoline Target that take advantage of the Wii U GamePad controller and your TV. The Wii U GamePad offers both privacy and flexibility. By providing a second screen, it lets you perform activities while others watch TV, view personal pro

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Ubisoft 008888175629 Your Shape Featuring Jenny McCarthy for Nintendo Wii

Ubisoft 008888175629 Your Shape Featuring Jenny McCarthy for Nintendo Wii


Your Shape is the first fitness game that comes with a camera peripheral included inside the box. Featuring Ubisoft’s proprietary Body Tracking technology, the game scans your body and then project the image onto the TV, creating a personalized and interactive workout. Based on your specific body shape analysis, fitness level and personal goals, Your Shape is able to recommend the workout program that is best suited for you. The game also features a virtual coach that provides verbal and visual feedback on all of your movements, ensuring that each minute invested achieves maximum results. Always by your side, the coach motivates you to reach your goals. Best of all, Your Shape allows you to get these benefits without holding a controller, leaving your hands free to incorporate any equipment that you may already own, without any excess bands or straps. The camera and Body Tracking technology follow your progress, showing you the tangible results of your hard work.
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