Nintendo finally steps up to talk about WiiU

President Satoru Iwata is finally going reveal the launch details for the WiiU, tonight at midnight Pacific Time (3am in Japan). After keeping quiet for so long about the WiiU, including it’s capabilities, it’s not surprising that this announcement comes as a long awaited oasus in the desert of WiiU news. Iwata will be releasing the date of launch as well as the pricing information for the WiiU.

But the bonuses don’t stop there. As stated in the video below, a U.S. Wii U Preview event is also set to air tomorrow at 10 am Eastern Time. There is also a European Preview event scheduled for the same time (3pm Greenwich Mean Time). One would think after keeping it under wraps for so long, more information would be released on the WiiU, but a launch date and price is all Nintendo’s ready to give out just yet. 

 

Nintendo COO Reggie Fils-Aime talks with Mario and Luigi about the WiiU

 Article by K. Cooper

GAME Event: Grab new Pokémon, Keldeo

From the start of September, right up to October 11th – the day before Pokémon Black and White 2 arrives in stores – if you visit any GAME store with a copy of Pokémon Black or White, you can receive the new Colt Pokémon; Keldeo!

The fourth member of the Legendary Musketeers Keldeo is a Water and Fighting type Pokémon . Plus when you transfer Keldeo over to your new copy of Pokémon Black or White 2 there is an in-game event to complete that ensures Keldeo learns the special move Secret Sword and transforms Keldeo into it’s ‘Resolute Form’.

Keldeo will appear as No. 153 in your Unova Pokédex, with the moveset Aqua Jet, Leer, Double Kick, and BubbleBeam. 

And because you can transfer Keldeo from a very early stage in Black and White 2, it can be a powerful ally as you face up against the very best!

Already there is a good collection of Fanart involving the Colt Pokémon.
Above is a cartoony style of Keldeo by feriowind.deviantart.com.    
 

For a more in-depth explanation about how to get Keldeo, visit The Pokémon Black and White Official Website for details

Article by K. Cooper