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Super Mario Maker is losing course uploads, being delisted next

Another day, another announcement of a Nintendo product disappearing next year. Except, unlike Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, the reasons behind Super Mario Maker’s upcoming removal from the Wii U eShop make at least some sense. This is because the course uploading feature in Super Mario Maker will be removed on […]Read More

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has already become the most

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has been out for less than a week, but it’s already managed to become the highest selling game in the Warriors franchise. Koei Temco announced via Twitter that the title has shipped more than 3 million units between physical and digital sales. In fact, in a statement shared with Famitsu, […]Read More

Super Smash Bros. tournament The Big House forced to cancel

Nintendo have forced the upcoming Super Smash Bros. event The Big House to cancel, due to its use of the unofficial Melee update Slippi. The Big House was planned for early next month, having moved online because of the ongoing pandemic. Naturally, for an older game like Melee, this meant that playing online would require […]Read More

Animal Crossing: New Horizons winter update launches November 19

Nintendo have announced a release date for Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ next major update. The winter update will arrive on November 19, bringing new events, quality of life changes and more. A brief trailer goes over everything that’ll be added in the upcoming update. The main highlights are two events that will take place before […]Read More

Fitness Boxing 2 has new demo available

The gym might be closed, but luckily Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm and Exercise is coming out next month. Nintendo has just released a demo for the upcoming rhythm game, and it’s free to download. The demo allows players to pick an instructor, then try a Daily Workout, a Free Training exercise and hear a sampling […]Read More

Super Mario 3D All-Stars finally gets inverted control options via

Super Mario 3D All-Stars has been criticized for its lack of improvements over the original versions of 64, Sunshine, and Galaxy, but one of its few actual changes ended up being a problem as well. Super Mario Sunshine originally used inverted controls, with 3D All-Stars changing this to non-inverted with no option to switch back […]Read More

Pokémon Sword and Shield physical Expansion Pass bundles are out

Physical versions of Pokémon Sword and Shield that include the Expansion Pass content are now available for purchase. These bundles feature the base game and everything from the Expansion Pass directly on the game card, meaning that you wont need to download the The Isle of Armor and The Crown Tundra. Also included in the […]Read More

4 Japanese games inspired by the Wizard of Oz

As a lover for anything related to the Wizard of Oz and seeing it as the prime inspiration for the otome game Ozmafia!, I wanted to discuss four other Japanese games that references 1900’s iconic children’s novel by L. Frank Baum. Unfortunately only one of my selections is easily accessible, with the others being harder […]Read More

Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase October roundup

Nintendo felt like dropping one more Direct Mini before the year was over, bringing new game announcements, release date updates, and even a demo for one of their upcoming games. Here’s a quick look at every Japanese game that was shown off during the Direct. Bravely Default II As expected, Bravely Default II will be […]Read More