Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars is one of the best Super Nintendo games ever made, introducing Nintendo’s plucky plumber to the grand world of the Japanese role-playing game. Nintendo was so pleased with its performance that it has since created two separate branches of spin-offs in Paper Mario and Mario and Luigi that try to emulate that classic feel. Apparently the creative juices aren’t flowing quite as freely at Nintendo as they usually do, as the latest Mario RPG game Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam takes those two spin-offs and simply mashes them back together.
Nintendo is no stranger to cooperative multiplayer in its games. Recently, games like Super Mario 3D World and Super Mario Bros. U have integrated four-player co-op in their main story modes. However because those games were designed with only one player in mind, the resulting multiplayer experience was chaotic to say the least. Nintendo has also given us great multiplayer experiences with games like The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords and Four Swords Adventures. The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes falls right in the middle of those two gameplay experiences.
Comcept was supposed to launch a demo of Mighty No. 9 this week as an apology for the game being delayed into 2016. Unfortunately, that is being delayed as well.
Pre-orders have begun for Animal Crossing's amiibo cards. Let's see scalpers try to ruin this one.
Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo had to work around the technical constraints of the older Nintendo 3DS models for Hyrule Warriors Legends by making some cuts.
It's time to catch 'em all yet again, because Pokemon Z will be launching in 2016 and Zygarde is on its way.
65-year-old Tatsumi Kimishima has been appointed as the new President of Nintendo, and some major changes are happening at the House of Mario.
Both Toon Link and Helmaroc King are making the jump from The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker to Hyrule Warriors Legends on the Nintendo 3DS.
No objections here — Capcom announced they're making Phoenix Wright's sixth Ace Attorney game for the 3DS and it's officially heading West.
Shovel Knight is officially the first indie game to have its own amiibo and offer amiibo support for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.