Or for that matter, any of these NES Remix titles in general? Oh sure, they’re all supposedly ‘neat’ because they set challenges based on retro Nintendo games, and they mix them up a bit with ‘gimmicks’, but to be honest? I see no reason to care for these games at all.
According to a picture of the game taken from a Nintendo event anyway. It shows not only everyone we’ve seen in the trailers so far (which adds up to 27 characters), but also has empty slots just waiting for another 3 characters to fill them. But what does the screen look? Who do I suspect is going to fill those last few slots? Read on and find out!
Don’t take this as confirmed just yet, but it seems fairly likely regardless. A new Wii U bundle has been seen online, with Mario Kart 8 being sold alongside a Wii U Deluxe set and what not. You can see a small picture of it in the post thumbnail, but if you want to see it at full size, keep reading!
Because as we’ve seen in my article yesterday, Miiverse as a concept just does not work. A single giant ‘community’ (in the loosest sense of the term) made up entirely of ignorant people making insane suggestions and potentially damaging comments? Yeah, that was a disaster just waiting to happen! So instead of that, how about this alternative? How about instead of Nintendo trying to replace fan run forums with some mediocre official social network knock off, they actually work WITH the community and highlight the interesting discussions made on these unofficial sites?
Because despite the general push for Miiverse support across the board in Wii U games, the service really does have most of the same ‘issues’ that SwapNote’s SwapPass functionality had. Ones like trolls, idiots, potentially illegal or risky content and various other things that Nintendo really didn’t like finding out about back when the SwapNote scandal broke out. So if you want to know more about the kind of insanity that could get Miiverse wiped off the map, keep reading!
So for those European Nintendo fans out there who want to hear the game’s music in some ‘official’ way, there you go. You can find Nintendo’s Tweet on the matter in the full post after the break. My opinion though? Don’t really see much point in getting this CD. Not only do I not plan to buy a Wii U (and this game, among others) until Smash Bros comes out, but the entire soundtrack can be gotten far conveniently with this magical thing called the ‘internet’ and ‘Youtube’. But if you want to see what Nintendo has to say on the matter (officially) or to see it on the Club Nintendo store, keep reading!
Want to hear about all the latest things announced at today’s Nintendo Direct the second they happen? Want to know my thoughts on the game, its design and what’s planned from it? Just plain excited? Then if so, head inside to see the Nintendo Direct videos as they happen and read a detailed run down of everything announced for the new Smash Bros title!
Well, it’s certainly the most blunt, accurate one Nintendo’s ever released. Behold, the ‘it’s hard’ trailer for Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze, complete with DK and crew being horribly mauled in various ways (thanks to the Snowmads and brutal environments)!
No, this is not a joke! As unbelievable and awesome as it sounds, Nintendo have indeed just announced a special Nintendo Direct about the upcoming Super Smash Bros game for Wii U and 3DS, and it will be held on the 8th of April, aka next Tuesday. Here’s what Nintendo say about it: Super Smash Bros. Direct is coming soon! Join us for this broadcast for new details on the Super Smash Bros. games coming to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. So what do I want to see? What do I think will actually be shown next week? Head inside to read on and find out for yourself!
What’s more, it’s making this new Mario Kart game seem like it’s simultaneously shaping up to be the best and worst Mario Kart game of all time in one just announcement! So what kind of interesting things were revealed by Nintendo? What big gameplay changes are coming in Mario Kart 8? Keep reading to find out…