Video game streaming service Twitch have put to rest rumors surrounding a takeover by Google or YouTube, announcing that the company has been acquired by Amazon for US&970mil, a little over $1 billion Australian.
Melbourne's 3 Sprockets and Sydney's Nnooo have announced that Cubemen 2, the 3D strategy game first released on Steam and iOS, will make the leap to the Wii U this September.
Sweden's Image & Form have today announce that SteamWorld Dig, which found success on the 3DS eShop, will be launching on Wii U next week.
SteamWorld Dig, also released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC via Steam, will run in 60 fps, with a customisable screen interface and support for the Wii U Pro Controller and off-TV play using the Wii U GamePad. The game will launch on Wii U on August 28th for $11.49 (NZ$11.99).
You can see our review of the Nintendo 3DS version of the game here.
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Ubisoft will launch the month long "Phantom Heist" in-game event for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms early tomorrow morning.