Splatoon’s next Splatfest has been announced and will arrive next week. The all new North American Splatfest will start October 9th. This time we ask: how would you rather travel, by car or by plane?
On one hand, you can stop whenever you want in a car but you also spend more time getting to your destination. Air travel can be a bit more stressful but you get free snacks!
We’ll settle this once and for all when the next Splatfest starts on Friday, 10/9, at 9 PM.
Nintendo has revealed the official release date for Mario Tennis Ultra Smash for Wii U. The exclusive title will head to Nintendo’s home console on November 20th. Players who wish to preorder the game may do so at their favorite gaming store.
TT Games has confirmed that LEGO Dimensions will be supported with add-on content for at least another three years. In a recent interview with Eurogamer, the developer has stated they have “no intention of stopping” when it comes to adding DLC and figurines to the latest addition of the LEGO franchise. Here is what TT Games’ associate producer Mark Warburton said regarding the title:
“We have a three year plan at the moment and we’ve got no intention of stopping there. We’ve created the technology to the degree that we’re happy it meets our needs for the future. We’ve created the toy pad so that it shouldn’t need to be updated. And we can just create new level and character packs to keep expanding that.
“You can 100 per cent the game and get the Platinum trophy just from the base set. People have been playing Lego games for 10 years now, and we shouldn’t be offering anything less than that. You get the game, you get the toy pad, you get 200+ odd level bricks. We think we’re offering a lot of value with that and there’s a lot of gameplay there. There’s also a huge offering [of extra content] if you’re a fan and want to get into that we support that. But if you’re only a fan of particular thing you can only get that.”
Sounds great to us! Did you invest in LEGO Dimensions?
Bandai Namco have posted an all new Pokken Tournament trailer. In this video, players are able to get another look at “Pikachu Libre”. The humorous character was originally shown in the debut Wii U trailer last month and is quite funny. Check out the new trailer and let us know what you think.
Pokken Tournament is set to hit the Wii U in the first half of 2016. Enjoy.
Here is a wonderful new Super Mario Maker commercial for everyone to check out. It seems like Super Mario Maker is making a huge impact all around the globe and we can’t wait to get our hands on it! I love checking out YouTube video’s of user creations and cannot wait to test out the games tools myself.
Check out the new extended Super Mario Maker and let us know if you purchased the title. Enjoy.
The good folks at Nintendo Treehouse have produced a Super Mario Maker Workshop video so be sure to give it a watch above. Nintendo’s latest Mario game was released today, September 11th, and has received positive praise from nearly every news outlet. The game will kick things off for Nintendo’s holiday season and I really hope to get my hands on the game soon!
Check out the Nintendo Treehouse Super Mario Maker Workshop presentation and let us know if you plan on getting the game!
An all new category has been announced for Splatoon and its Splatfest. The next North American Splatfest will be art against science, and you can pick your side tomorrow in the game. The Splatfest will begin on Saturday, September 19th at 9:00 PM PST, and 5:00 AM GMT.
Looks fun as always. What side will you pick? Me- I would pick Art (I still haven’t picked up Splatoon).
Looks like Super Mario Maker is really making its rounds as the Wii U exclusive is set to appear on “The Today Show” tomorrow. The hosts plan on playing the title tomorrow before its release on Friday. It seems like Super Mario Maker has been getting a ton of exposure and I hope that the game moves some Wii U consoles.
Splatoon has been a runaway success for Nintendo. The popular online shooter for Wii U continues to impress with its constant updates and consistent sales at retail. The game is doing so well in fact that it has sold more copies in Japan in its first 14 weeks than Super Smash Bros. Wii U did in the same time-frame. Pretty impressive numbers if you ask us.