A Premium Wii U bundle with Mario Kart 8 is now available for £188.10. This a hell of a steal. Be sure to use the discount code to get a rather helpful £20.90 discount. You're also getting x5 Super Points. Mario Kart 8 walked away with our accolade for best racing game of 2014 and even as a staunch PS4, gamer, I struggle to disagree. The Premium Wii U is the only version you want too as it comes with 32GB of memory.
The Wii U's current lineup is very strong. Bayonetta 2, Smash Bros, Splatoon and the promise of Xenoblade Chronicles X and Super Mario Maker prove that there's a healthy selection of exclusives on the once-ailing console.
There are two reasons why people purchase things like the Nintendo Wii U Fit Meter, either they feel they have the deepest of intentions to actually use it, or they just want one and it ends up in kitchen drawer (yes DJ Hero and my Playstation Move I am looking at you!)
Funnily, it's delivered to your front door for that £7.99, so once you have effortlessly clicked 'Buy Now' you don't even have to get off the sofa to go get it. Brilliant.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is a wonderfully harmonious game. It's enormous, packed with more things to see and do than ever before, but Ubisoft have managed to make every little thing mean something in tangible, impactful terms. Black Flag is a wonderful piratical romp that manages to revive the stealthy focus of earlier series instalments, whilst delivering an outstanding naval sandbox, an excellent setting and story, and lashings of swashbuckling action. Unmissable. - Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Review | Brilliant Buccaneering (9/10)
£14.95 is a brilliant price for this considering all the extra booty you get thrown in with it:
I honestly love everything about Nintendo, their ability to get things right is second to none and Mario Kart 8 is absolutely no different and serious fun for both adults and children alike.
Mario Kart 8 is a great example of how to keep a 20-odd year old franchise relevant. It isn't shy to give you what you've already had before with it's predictable racing fun. But conversely it also offers up so much more with this latest installment thanks to brilliant track design, item tweaking, customisation and a strong online offering to keep you coming back for more for months to come. - Mario Kart 8 Review | Wheelie Good Fun (9/10)
Halfway between Fez and the best Screwball Scramble set ever created, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a quietly brilliant puzzler. It could stand to be longer and slightly more challenging, but Nintendo have turned a simple premise into something truly lovely.
In an age when so many games are releasing incomplete or unacceptably compromised, it's a delight to play something perfectly formed and designed to be enjoyed, not consumed. I'd just like more of it. - Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Review | The Industry Could Learn From This Humble Hero (8/10)
This is a part of the John Lewis summer sale and the site is taking quite hammering at the moment so if at first you don't succeed...
The game and amiibo bundles we are seeing as of late are getting increasingly popular and I personally can't see this one been any different so I suggest you get them preorders in!
Super Mario Maker is set for a worldwide release date of September 11th 2015.
Make sure to use code VGBDISCOUNT to grab the Mario Maker game and amiibo bundle for only £41.52.
We love the Wii U and its glorious collection of exclusives here at Dealspwn, but there's no denying that Nintendo's latest system missed the mark in any number of key areas. Ninty boss Satoru Iwata has now gone on record explaining why he feels the Wii U underperformed, blaming sluggish sales on the console's high price and the rise of tablets.
He's half right, but he's also scapegoating like mad when Nintendo needs to be admitting their mistakes and learning from them if they want the NX to be a "very big hit."
Let's take a look at what Iwata did cop to. “Unfortunately with our latest system, the Wii U, the price point was one that ended up getting a little higher than we wanted,” he told NPR. There's no denying that the relatively high launch RRP played a role, but numerous price cuts didn't make for a huge sales upswing. As he went on to say, “I don’t think it’s just price, because if the system is appealing enough, people will buy it even if the price is a little bit high. I think with Wii U, our challenge was that perhaps people didn’t understand the system.”
Yes. That's true; in fact consumer confusion is one of the biggest issues with the Wii U. But whose fault was that exactly?Click here to read more...
I'm not in the habit of making a big song and dance regarding RRP on any particular product, more so limited stock Nintendo ones but just look at those adorable little things!
Although they are listed just 4p under the RRP you might want to check out both Amazon and eBay to see why I felt the need to point out these great RRP prices.
"Bayonetta 2 is mechanically perfect, yet it is also a game that is stuffed with personality and wit and charm and an abundance of ideas and imagery and symbolism that its poor story cannot hope to make sense of or contain. But that's okay -- it is the finest game Platinum have ever made, and the best thing to grace the Wii U thus far." - Bayonetta 2 Review | Balletic, Bonkers, Brilliant (10/10)
It's not quite the lowest we have seen Bayonetta 2 (£18.28 in April) but quite frankly at £20.42 it definitely should be on the shelf of any Wii U owner.
Credit to MagnoliaFan on HUKD for the heads up.
If you have pre ordered Yoshi's Woolly World for next week and are expecting it to ship with the Yarn Yoshi amiibo I would suggest you contact your retailer for confirmation.
Reports are circulating which state that a shipment of the Yoshi Yarn amiibos have been destroyed, we're still yet to learn if the destruction was an accident or intended. French retailers Auchan and Boulanger are reportedly communicating via customers to acknowledge the cancellation of their orders for the product.
No announcement has been made as of yet and we are unsure if the shipment was intended for the whole of Europe or just France.
We will try to keep you updated as and when we learn more.
Nintendo had a tough decision to make going into E3 2015. Should they go all-out on making the Wii U the ultimate exclusive machine, or should they siphon the biggest games away to the NX?
By the looks of it, Nintendo went for the latter, but at least they brought a few exciting things along nonetheless. Starting with nothing less than a Star Fox sequel from Platinum Games and Shigeru Miyamoto.
Carl and I sat down to analyse one of the most divisive Nintendo press conferences in years, which seems to have split the fanbase down the middle. Disaster? Treading water? Or fun on a bun? Let's get into this.
Nintendo had one major objective today: announce Star Fox. Mission accomplished. Star Fox Zero looks like exactly what we want: the same rail shooting and All Range dogfighting with new features, mechs, vehicles and input from the maestros at Platinum Games. I think we can safely say that this will be in a fair few stockings come Christmas.
After which point, it has to be said, their event seriously lacked wow factor beyond the Muppet schtick, but showed off loads of really good wholesome stuff.Click here to read more...
Splatoon is once again having it's current weapon line up increased tomorrow with the introduction of the L-3 Nozzlenose and the Custom E-litre 3k. The two latest additions come days after the recent Splash-O-Matic! was also added to Splatoon!Click here to read more...
Nintendo are notoriously bad at keeping amiibo in stock, but their UK store has managed to procure some new Kirby and Meta Knight figurines. They cost £10.99 each, which might seem steep until you realise that everywhere else is either out of stock or chiselling you for all you're worth. That's the benefit of buying directly from Nintendo, though as per usual we don't know how long they'll remain in stock.
Owners of the recent Nintendo release Splatoon will tomorrow be entitled to the newest arsenal addition to the game since launch. Splash-O-Matic! will be available from 3pm tomorrow and is the 3rd entry to the game and joins the previous entries of Inkbrush roller weapon and the N-Zap '85.
If you're still to pick up a copy of Splatoon make sure to head over to Gameseek who still seem to be leading the race by a fraction for the current lowest price at £24.88.Click here to read more...
Little heads up for anybody hungry for a Nintendo Wii U deal. Don't Stave: Giant Edition is now available on the Nintendo eShop and any purchases made for Don't Starve: Giant Edition up to 4th July will receive another game code free. Can't really argue with that.Click here to read more...
Looking to finally get yourself a Wii U? Well, this epic bundle comes with a Premium Wii U, The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD, Splatoon and £20 of store vouchers. You can get it without Splatoon for £179.99 or scroll down a little for this £199.99 offer. Alternatively, scroll down to offer number 4 and replace Splatoon with FIFA 13, Mario & Sonic: 2014 Winter Games, Wii Quiz Party and Metroid: Other M and pick up Splatoon separately for just £24.95.
The Wii U's catalogue is filling out nicely now and Splatoon is a fantastically fun new addition to the roster. Be sure to take a look at Jon's Splatoon review.
Thanks to slimlouboutin.
The party is back on at £15.99. Mario Party 10 is available from Very with free C&C or add £3.95 for home delivery.
"Mario Party 10 is the latest instalment in the Mario Party series, bringing plenty of multiplayer Mushroom Kingdom minigames to Wii U!Click here to read more...
Super Mario World 3D is the focus of The Game Collection's daily deal today and looks like the best price available at the moment by a few quid.
You may be excused for thinking this might seem like a high price for a game released back in 2013, but you know what them Nintendo products are like.
That Nintendo Wii U slowly seems to be creeping it's way to the magical £100 mark (my magical mark).
With all the purchases from Amazon International wether it be France, Germany or Spain you can always choose to pay in either GBP (£117.33) or Euro's (£113.43) dependent on the card you choose to use and wether any conversion charges will apply, If however you are not sure it's probably best to pay in GBP given the minimum difference.
Please note : Usually ships in 2-5 weeks.