Hey, remember Wii Mini? It was revealed almost a year ago as a stripped-down Wii that was exclusive to Canada, but now Nintendo finally has plans to bring it to the United States. Read on for more.
Earlier this month Nintendo's Japanese page for the Wii console included an announcement saying, "Manufacturing is scheduled to end soon." Well, prepare your fond farewell missives, because the page has been updated with a simple message: "Manufacturing has ended." Read on for more.
Nintendo Wii hit stores back in late 2006, and went on to leave a deep imprint on the world of gaming. The console pushed 100 million units worldwide since its debut, and now it's time for it to bow out gracefully. More after the jump.
Maybe Netflix on Wii isn't cutting it for you anymore, or you just want more streaming options on Nintendo's console in general. Enter Hulu Plus, which has just teamed up with Nintendo to offer thousands of current TV shows and classic movies. More after the jump.
Wii owners with broadband Internet access now have a new way to watch their favorite TV shows and movies. Starting today, Wii owners can subscribe to Hulu Plus for $7.99 a month and instantly stream current-season hit TV shows such as Family Guy, Glee, New Girl, Vampire Diaries, The Office, The Biggest Loser and Modern Family, as well as full back seasons of hit shows like Community and Grey's Anatomy. Kids can enjoy a growing library of favorites, including Arthur, Wild Kratts and Dinosaur Train, and families can browse through hundreds of popular movies from Miramax and more.
Originally released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Chrono Trigger has since become one of the most celebrated role-playing games of all time. Not nearly as milked for rerelease as Square Enix's other titles, the game's next destination is the Virtual Console store on Nintendo Wii.