The Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary Game & Watch collectible will be shipped to retailers later than initially thought.
The Nintendo Switch was once again dominating the sales charts in terms of both dollar and unit sales thanks to a certain collection of games.
The developer best known for the Professor Layton series and Ni No Kuni series has ceased its operations in North America.
Following the news that Microsoft has acquired Zenimax Media for $7.5 billion, the holding company of Bethesda Softworks, there has been questions regarding exclusivity of Bethesda-published games.
While it was rumored and even predicted on our last podcast, Nintendo fans still woke up surprised this morning to see a Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct this morning sitting on their YouTube subscriptions page along with several announcements that were not included in the original rumors.
Hamster rolls out four new games in their Arcade Archives series! Read on to find out what they are bringing to the Switch!
Has the latest Tony Hawk game been confirmed for Switch or are people grasping at Straws?
Nintendo has recently filed a new trademark for the Legend of Zelda series. The trademark is specifically for the overall IP when it comes to merchandise, such as shampoo, toys, and pillows, but also “game programs.”
Limited Run Games held their third annual game showcase on July 8th. What surprises did they have in store for Switch owners?
Out of the blue, the Pokemon Company announced via Twitter that they will be hosting a live stream filled with some new Pokemon news.
Earlier today, Nintendo decided to give us a little treat by showing off more of the different Super Mario line of LEGO sets.
We have been captivated by the idea of Super Nintendo World ever since we heard of its inception. On our last podcast, we talked about some photos that had surfaced on Twitter of the park in Japan. They were great to see, but they were still grainy and at a distance. We put out a call for someone to get an aerial photo of the park, and just a couple days later, we have it!
[UPDATE: We apologize, but Universal Studios has asked the photographer to take the photo down, so we have also taken down our image.]
Nintendo and LEGO have partnered up to bring a brand new experience for Mario fans in the form of the Super Mario sets, launching in August 1, 2020. They have since stated there will be expansion sets. Today, they announced another add-on in the form of the Power-Up Pack.
In celebration of Mar10 Day, Nintendo has hinted at on Twitter, a collaboration with LEGO on some upcoming Mario LEGO sets…
Super Nintendo World, a new Mario themed park being added onto Universal Studios in Osaka, Japan has released a slew of new information regarding the park. The park is planned on opening before the 2020 Olympics in Japan later this summer and looks like it will truly be an amazing adventure.