Wiiware

WiiWare is a service that allows Wii users to download games and applications specifically designed and developed for the Wii video game console made by Nintendo. These games and applications can only be purchased and downloaded from the Wii Shop Channel under the WiiWare section. Once the user has downloaded the game or application, it will appear in their Wii Menu or SD Card Menu as a new channel. WiiWare is a companion to the Virtual Console, which specializes in emulated games originally developed for other systems instead of original games.
Posts about Wiiware
  • Retro City Rampage developer explains why there will be no Wii U version

    … Retro City Rampage developer Brian Provinciano has posted a lengthy blog post on his website detailing why the Wii version of Retro City Rampage will never see a port to the Wii U. Plenty of fans have been asking when he plans to port the WiiWare version of the game to the Wii U, since the game is currently available on nearly every single…

    Ashley King/ Wii U- 2 readers -


  • Retro City Rampage dev explains in detail why the title won't receive a Wii U port

    …For those holding out hope, I unfortunately need to be forthcoming and completely clear: Retro City Rampage won't be coming to Wii U. You can already purchase and play the WiiWare version in Wii mode, so if you've been holding out, please pick that up instead. WiiWare received the DX update last month, so it's still packed with the latest features…

    GoNintendo- 1 readers -
  • Curve Digital announces new titles for Nintendo hardware.

    … Robotron, and features twin-stick arena shooter action, 2 player co-op, a full upgrade system and an adaptive difficulty setting. Click here for the Ultraton website Related posts: SQUARE ENIX ANNOUNCES FOUR NEW DIGITAL TITLES The Tales of Bearsworth Manor: Puzzling Pages and The Tales of Bearsworth Manor: Chaotic Conflicts for WiiWare…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendo- 4 readers -
  • Review: Secret Ponchos

    … each combatant's ins and outs, Secret Ponchos gets a lot more interesting. The crux of the design philosophy is that nearly every move or every shot needs to be done deliberately. Players will soon learn the limitations of the characters' range, their low ammo count, and how they will react in ranged and close quarters situations. The evade button…

    Chris Carter/ destructoidin Reviews- 1 readers -


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