It’s not entirely new (about 90% of clips in the video are found in older videos of the game), but it does seem this trailer introduces some new content. So if you want to see a preview of a Steel Diver stage, the Animal Crossing Villager riding a gyroid like a DKC rocket barrel and very small parts of what seems like an adventure mode (not smash Run), watch the video below!
A new Mega Evolution being revealed right in the middle of E3? And right after the new trailer for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, which already had a bunch of new Mega Evos and things? Well, isn’t that unexpected!
Either way, Nintendo has officially revealed a new Mega Evolution for Sableye. It involves the Pokemon holding onto a giant gem to protect itself in battle, and boosts Sableyes stats in what is likely a fairly significant way. Mega Sableye also retains its familiar Ghost/Dark typing.
So if you want to hear more (and see the official trailer), head inside!
They’re basically like the items if you’re wondering, complete with such stuff as a Bullet Bill (which guides your golf ball towards the hole automatically), an ice flower type deal (to freeze water hazards it hits) and even a freaking tornado, because hey why not. So do you want to see how these work? If so, keep reading the post to see the video…
It’s yet another one of Nintendo’s ‘mini’ trailers for this game, showing off various new levels and the odd new boss in about 30 seconds worth of game footage. Want to see it for yourself? Well, keep reading this post to see the video!
Also known as Sonic Boom (yes really), Sega’s new redesign for the Sonic the Hedgehog series has now been shown with a game announced for the foreseeable future. And oh boy are some Sonic fans probably not going to like the end result…
Basically, they’ve aged up Sonic and the other characters and made them look like strange teen style cartoon characters in a way to make the new tie in cartoon show seem all different and interesting. Just watch the video and see the ‘unusual’ change in the full post!
Like the official US TV commercial for the game (it’s better than you’d ever expect), a video of the polar bear boss fight and even the first ever video in which you can hear this game’s remix of Stickerbrush Symphony from Donkey Kong Country 2! So if you want to see awesome TV commercials, watch footage of one of the later worlds and see mean looking bears get beaten up in an argument over ice cream, keep reading this news post!
They’re all in Japanese of course (having been released by Nintendo of Japan just earlier today for whatever unknown reason), but they’re still absolutely brilliant regardless. So if you want to see some really, really amazing footage of the upcoming game in action, watch the three videos you can find in the full article after the break!
In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, Nintendo posted a new trailer for Yoshi’s New Island online just earlier today, likely to promote the game just a month or two before its inevitable release date. But while the video doesn’t show any bosses and late game hellscape levels, it does most definitely show quite a few interesting new things present in the upcoming title. What new things are they? Well, continue reading to find out!
Right from the Japanese official site for the game, which went online just day and posted a whole bunch of new trailers of the upcoming game, complete with footage of early world levels and all the characters!
Well, Sega call it a trailer anyway. It’s most definitely not what anyone else considers one. Either way, here’s Sega Europe’s official trailer for the Yoshi’s Island Zone DLC in Sonic Lost World. It’s certainly an orignal one with a lot of charm.