New Amiibo Super Mario Boxes

Here is a look at the back of the new Amiibo figures that will be hitting store shelves when Mario Party 10 comes out. We fully expect these figures to sell as quickly as the other figures as Amiibo’s have proven to be beyond popular all over the world.

Check it out and let us know what you think.

Multiple Rare Projects Set to be Revealed For XBOX One


Aaron Greenberg recently perused around Microsoft’s UK-based developers, one of which was Rare, who are working on multiple projects for the Xbox One.

When asked by The Inner Circle Podcast about what Rare are working on and if they’re developing more than one title, Greenberg confirmed that the UK-based developer is working on multiple games and that the firm are preparing to unveil them to the public. Here is what he had to say:

It’s going through the process of preparing to unveil their next things, they have multiple projects in development and we feel really good about them.

Although nothing has been confirmed, we can only guess what Rare has been working on. Recent statements have suggested that one of the new titles is “extremely Rare” so we imagine that rules out anything sports related.

What would you like to see?

New Info For Splatoon Arrives


Some new info on the Wii U exclusive Splatoon has arrived and you can check it all out below.

Left Stick – Movement
ZL – ‘Squid’ (only while pushed)
Gyro Sensor (Aim – can be turned off)
Right Stick – Look left & right. Push in for Special Weapon.
R – Sub Weapon
ZR – Ink Shot
X – Jump
Y – Camera Reset

-Squid form is faster than human form, but can’t move outside of ink.
-Jump is more or less the same for both human and squid forms, but while moving through your own color ink, you can jump further. Can reach places you can’t in human form – places that might prove vital in winning.
-Rest is a general Famitsu play impression and fan art.
-More in the March 5th edition of Famitsu on the Octarians.

Splatoon looks to be something special for Wii U owners and we can’t wait to get out hands on this one.


Nintendo Minute – Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Let’s Clay!

Here is an all new Nintendo Minute starring the recently released Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. The Wii U exclusive launched today for a mere price of $39.99 and has received mostly favorable reviews. The games visuals looks adorable and we will be eager to get our hands on this one soon.

Check out the newest edition of Nintendo Minute and let us know if you plan on picking up Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.

Nintendo 3DS XL 2015 Teardown Video

Here is an interesting video that I thought some of you may enjoy… It’s a complete teardown for the Nintendo 3DS XL 2015. Check it out and let us know what you think. Although I am pretty savvy when it comes to electronics, I don’t think I will be tinkering around with the Nintendo 3DS XL anytime soon.