Nintendo today confirmed reports that it is working on a new Super Mario movie with Illumination, the studio behind Minions.
Nintendo always seemed cautiously optimistic about the potential of Switch, having kept projections low and availability at or below market demand. While pundits remained skeptical that the console could hit the 2 million consoles sold by March goal set out by Nintendo, the company remained steadfast in its attempt to reestablish itself as a market force.
A local Florida government has taken on the role of a real-life Bowser in a trivial battle against a local video game store owner.
A new report claims Nintendo may have downloaded and then sold an illegal ROM of Super Mario Bros. on the Wii Virtual Console.
We now have fresh new gameplay out of Tokyo, which Nintendo revealed on-stage outside of the main presentation unveiling. Check it out below from around the 15:30 mark.
After a few hours playing Switch, I find myself still wanting to love it. I might yet fall head over heals, and it’s got some truly amazing traits, but it needs more software to compliment its best configurations before I can truly commit.
Even Mario isn’t safe from the illusive meme. Here are my favourites so far.
One of the highlights of yesterday’s Nintendo Switch unveiling was the reveal of the console’s new Mario game, Super Mario Odyssey. The trailer provided a detailed look at Mario’s latest adventure, and it looks completely and utterly insane.