Kotaku Archive

Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing sequel confirmed

According to Kotaku, a sequel to the racing game Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing is in development. The website reported that a SEGA rep confirmed the development of the game at a toy fair in New York. This comes less than a month after information from an anonymous developer suggested that this sequel was in […]

Miyamoto confirms that Zelda is coming to the Wii U

The stunning “Legend of Zelda HD Experience” demo Nintendo showed at E3 got many of us (including myself) drooling at the possibility of seeing the masterful gameplay of the Zelda series finally combine with some high-caliber hardware. However, Nintendo made it very clear that it was only a demo, and not necessarily a real game […]

Wii U developers’ kits are underclocked units

The arguably scandalous news that much of the footage of Wii U games that was shown at E3 was actually lifted from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the same games caused a minor outburst among fans of all three gaming giants. Now, though, we’ve got a report that just might give us […]

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge features touchscreen controls

I’m happy to see that Nintendo won’t be getting the shaft anymore with major multiplatform releases; and Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, one of the first Wii U games to be announced, is certainly no exception. The Wii U version of the game will be unique in that it incorporates touchscreen controls in the style […]

Project Café to have 8 GB of flash memory and 25 GB discs?

Kotaku just came out with an unconfirmed report telling us that the Wii’s successor will have HD, but no HDD. Instead, they say it will feature a measly 8 GB of flash memory. For comparison, the Xbox 360 launched in 2005 with a 20 GB hard drive. The system will allegedly be open to additional […]

Wii 2 won’t kill the Wii Remote, controller features 6.2-inch touchscreen

Some new details from Kotaku (unsourced, of course, as usual) tell us that the Wii 2’s controller measures exactly 6.2 inches in size, and has eight buttons, echoing the very first “leak” we heard almost word-for-word. The more interesting part of this report, however, is that Project Café’s controller is designed to co-exist with the […]