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Wii U News

May 15th - Nintendo is hosting another Global Testfire event for Splatoon the week before launch.
May 14th - The first footage for 90s Arcade Racer on Wii U is available now from the developer in a recent Kickstarter update.
May 14th - A new trailer for LEGO Jurassic World showcases the ability to play as dinosaurs in the upcoming game.
Wii U eShop launch games
May 14th - This week is rather light on new releases, but Mega May continues with the release of Mega Man Battle Network 3.
May 14th - Good news, the silver Mario amiibo will be arriving in stores on May 29 alongside Splatoon!
May 13th - No new software this week in Japan, but the Wii U has managed to keep five of its games in the top 20 software charts.
May 13th - Here's a look at Nintendo's E3 plans this year, including the return of the Nintendo World Championships!
May 13th - New Splatoon commercial focuses on the Inkling transformation with an upbeat soundtrack to boot.
May 13th - Activision has revealed the first batch of songs that will be appearing in Guitar Hero Live.
May 12th - Ubisoft's annual earnings report has revealed that Wii U software made up only 1% of revenue during the past fiscal year.
May 12th - The Nintendo Minute crew goes behind the scenes with Splatoon's single player mode to give us a taste of what to expect on May 29.
May 12th - Nintendo has announced that it will be discussing their E3 plans tomorrow.
May 12th - Amazon is offering a well-reviewed third-party GameCube adapter for super cheap, should you still need one for Smash.
May 12th - Yoshi's Woolly World has tons of different patterns for you to collect for Yoshi, including some never before seen!
May 11th - Satoru Iwata has reiterated that the company will not be discussing the NX or their plans for smart phones at E3 this year.
May 11th - The Japanese commercial for Splatoon does a much better job of engaging people who might not know what Splatoon is.
May 11th - Amazon has dated Legend of Kay for June 30th release, with just a $24.99 price point. Will you be picking it up?