Nintendo’s expanded lineup at this year’s E3 includes the glorious return of the Nintendo World Championships after a 25-year absence, a new Nintendo Digital Event on June 16 at 9 a.m. PT, the always in-depth Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3 from the show floor and a chance to play Mario Maker at more than 120 Best Buy locations. The big N showcased the video above announcing their plans for this year’s E3. Nintendo decided to go the route that they did last year and forego a traditional press conference. Although we are a little disappointed regarding the news (those Nintendo press conferences always had something special), we were very happy with last year’s digital event and it will be fun to see what they have for us this year.
E3 2015 takes place next month and we will be covering the entire event. Stay tuned.
Mark your calendars Nintendo fans; the big N is set to reveal their official E3 2015 plans tomorrow, May 13th. Nintendo of America has tweeted that their E3 plans will be revealed at 9am PT tomorrow so you can bet your bottom dollar we will be on the look out. Last year Nintendo decided to skip the traditional press conference in favor of a fun Nintendo Direct followed by a constant live stream throughout the event. While it was fun and very well done, we kind of hope that they have a traditional press conference next month as it ads to the excitement.
This just in, Mewtwo is now available for purchase for Super Smash Bros. For those that didn’t register Super Smash Bros for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, you can now go to the eShop and purchase Mewtwo at $4.99 for both the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U, or $3.99 for one of them.
Make sure you jump on your Wii U today and purchase him.
Here is a nice comparison video featuring Xenoblade Chronicles. Earlier today Nintendo showcased Xenoblade Chronicles X so we thought this video would be fitting for today. Check out what the New 3DS version looks like in comparison to its Wii counterpart.
Nintendo has begun rolling out another minor system update for Nintendo 3DS. Available now, version 9.7.0-25U adds further improvements to overall system stability and implements other minor adjustments to enhance the user experience. By this update we would imagine that the Nintendo 3DS is BEYOND stable and we can’t understand how much more stable it can get.
Capcom has announced that they are making an all new, colorful Monster Hunter title called Monster Hunter: Stories. Monster Hunter: Stories is headed to the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016. The game looks pretty sweet in this opening trailer and the franchise has found a great home in the Nintendo 3DS.
Enjoy this Monster Hunter: Stories trailer everyone.
Here is next weeks Nintendo Network maintenance schedule in case you guys wanted to check it out:
From Tuesday, April 14, 2015 11:50 PM
– Wednesday, April 15, 2015 1:00 AM Pacific Time
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Super Smash Bros.™ for Wii U
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
From Monday, April 13, 2015 4:00 PM
– Monday, April 13, 2015 7:00 PM Pacific Time
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Animal Crossing™ Plaza
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Puddle
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Trine Enchanted Edition
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Jump Trials Supreme
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Mario Golf™: World Tour
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for Nintendo Pocket Football Club
– Online Play, Rankings, etc. for THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL
*During the extended maintenance, parts of the affected services
may be intermittently unavailable.
Nintendo has kicked off an amazing Spring Sale for their systems and you can check out the full list below. Some of the highlights of the sale include Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and the amazing Pikmin 3.
Check out the list below and let us know if you plan on picking anything up:
A World of Keflings ($6.99)
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker ($27.99)
F-Zero Maximum Velocity ($4.89)
Golden Sun ($5.59)
Pikmin 3 ($41.99)
Kirby: Triple Deluxe ($24.49)
Mario Kart 7 ($20.99)
Mighty Gunvolt ($2.79)
Siesta Fiesta ($3.99)
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels ($3.49)
Tetris Ultimate ($13.99)
Tomodachi Life ($24.49)
Woah Dave! ($3.49)
Here is an all new video of the new speed patch that was implemented in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. for 3DS. Check out how the game has improved and let us know what you think. If you are unsure if this game catches your fancy, make sure you download the demo from the eShop and give it a try.