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Wii U makes an entrance onto NPD’s top ten games

Pikmin 3 jumps in at number ten on NPD's August highlights. Things are looking up.

GameBryo engine coming to Wii U

Software developer brings popular game engine to the Wii U.

Wii U’s 2013 line-up: somewhat bleak yet somewhat hopeful

The Japanese Wii U lineup for 2013 doesn't promise a whole lot so far, but as good things take time, so it is that...

Wii U needs day-one software update for Miiverse etc.

The Wii U will require a day-one software update from Nintendo in order to get its many online features.

Unity brings their 3D engine tech to the Wii U

Unity Engine, a hit with indie developers all over the world, is coming to the Wii U.

Nintendo secures another middleware maker for the Wii U

Middleware maker Umbra will bring their rendering software to the Wii U and its game developers.

Havok on Wii U has “specific advantages” over other p...

The Havok physics engine is coming to the Wii U, and it will offer exclusive features that no

Wii U operating system rumors suggest massive OS

The Wii U operating system is set to be the biggest ever seen on a home gaming console,

New rumors point towards Unreal Engine 4 on Wii U

The Unreal Engine 4 on Wii U might be a reality, according to new, and somewhat far fetched

Final version of Wii U dev kit has shipped to developers?

According to a posting on forum NeoGAF — which tends to post lots and lots of rumors, some

Nintendo partners with Green Hills for Wii U software

Nintendo will offer new Wii U software to developers through a partnership with software firm Green Hills. Nintendo

Nintendo to offer Wii U developers free tools

Nintendo will offer Wii U developers free access to tools and software, the company recently announced. Nintendo has

Crytek: Wii U specs are “very good”

Crytek, one of the AAA game developers behind the Crysis series and the stunning CryEngine, have previously said

Valve interested in Wii U

Valve, one of the most famous developers in the world, and the makers of Half Life, Team Fortress,