It’s fairly unexpected given the complete lack of new information about the game recently, but Nintendo has now released some more screenshots of Kirby’s first 3DS game, Kirby Triple Deluxe! So head inside and read the full post to see them for yourself!
The game’s already got a great box art design as is, but now things get even better for those Zelda fans out there excited for this title, since the game will feature reversible cover art. So what’s on the other side? A non gold version of the traditional cover art, for those people who want the artwork without the gold tint added to it in various countries. This will be the case in European countries, as proven by how it’s Nintendo of Europe who released this new, with no word on whether the same will be true of the US release.
Just a day or so ago, we posted the box art for Super Mario 3D World. It was quite small, had pretty poor quality and was generally hard to make out, so people likely wondered when a better version would be put online. So here it is, two very clear (and much bigger) versions of the Mario 3D World box art:
The box art for Super Mario 3D World (Mario’s upcoming 3D platformer) for the Wii U has been leaked online, and interestingly enough appears to have some sort of Nintendo Network functionality. Here’s the box art in question (taken from Nintendo Everything): As you can see, it looks prety damn detailed with a lot of level features and objects surrounding the cast, and has a nice clear ‘Nintendo Network’ logo to the top right. So what does all this mean?
Remember Mario Party 10/3DS, the new 3DS exclusive Mario Party game that was announced at a Nintendo Direct early this year? The one which I even feared had fell off the radar altogether due to the complete lack of information about it? Well it seems like we’ve finally got some new information about it, including the box art, release date and even things like official artwork. So the information drought is now over! First of all, the release date. This game will be released in the US on November 22nd 2013, and just November 2013 in other regions. Secondly, here’s the box art: Which looks pretty good if I say so myself. Finally, here’s some artwork of the game, which […]
Excited for the Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds and what to know when it’ll go on sale? Well Nintendo of America has announced that the game will be released on November 22nd, and that this below will be the game’s official box art: Honestly, I have to say this box design looks really, really good. Indeed, the gold and the sunlit forest effect already kind of makes me want to buy the game there and then. And the November 22nd release date is nice to know too, although it being released at the same time as Super Mario 3D World might not be a good idea. So what do you think? Do you like the box art for […]
As people have mentioned a lot in the past, similar names for consoles have always confused the hell out of customers who don’t know too much about video games. I mean, look at how many people out there seem to be under the mistaken impression the Wii U is merely some sort of Wii add on and that their brand new Wii U titles can somehow be played on Nintendo’s last gen systems. Or how Amazon.com’s customer reviews are filled with complete morons that happen to be under the impression that Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask can somehow be played on a DS Lite and who have busted a perfectly good game by trying to make it fit the […]
Whether you like the recent direction the Zelda series is going in or not, you have to admit Nintendo really knows how to make a Zelda game’s box art look amazing. And now that the Wind Waker HD’s Japanese and US box art designs are revealed, I think it’s safe to say that even this remake is no exception to the rule. Have a good look at these awesome box art pics: The one in gold is the US one, the one in blue is the Japanese one. Both look like absolutely fantastic box art designs, and I think both sell the game perfectly. Indeed, if I didn’t already own the Gamecube one and wanted to try The Wind Waker […]
Here’s the box art for the European versions of Pokemon X and Y, namely the German versions. As you can tell, they look much like the US ones: Still, I guess the USK rating logo could be just a tad smaller, right? I mean, it’s kind of intrusive at the moment, especially compared to the relatively small ESRB one. But those are the European box art designs for Pokemon X and Pokemon Y.