One of the Wii U’s final games is set to hit the system next month and this new video showcases its quirky combat style. Get hyped for combat with DJ MasterSeal who’s here to guide you through slaying mirages in the world of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ?FE. I am very eager to see/play this game as it’s pretty “out there” in terms of gameplay. From what I am reading though, the game is going to be pretty decent and may become one of Wii U’s hidden gems.
The good guys over at IGN have posted all new footage from LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens with the game’s director so be sure to check out the video above. The video above features 8 minutes of gameplay showing some of the titles features.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is set to release on June 28th.
This time on Devs Make Mario, join Kill.Switch creator Chris Esaki as he builds his first Mario Maker stage — playtested by Elite Beat Agents creator and Jumo co-founder Keiichi Yano. It’s a very interesting video so if you have a little over 4 minutes to watch, I urge you all to give it a go. I find it pretty cool having the developers discuss just how they came about their level design and may give some of you some ideas for your own creations.
Here is an all new Nintendo Minute. This video is called “comment time” and here is what they had to say about this weeks video:
It’s been a little while since we’ve done a comment time video so here we go! We really like hearing what you have to say in the comments, so be sure to keep leaving us your questions and thoughts. Hope you enjoy this video and we’ll see you next week!
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La-Mulana and La-Mulana 2 director Takumi Naramura has created a level for Super Mario Maker. Check out the video above to see the level in action. If you want to play the level itself, you can check it out right here. It’s always fun to see what other directors come up with. This one looks pretty brutal.
Great news for Wii U owners; it looks as though there will be a physical release for the popular Minecraft game for Nintendo Wii U. Up until now players had to download the title but it appears as though you will be able to head to retail and purchase a physical copy of the game. Although no specific release date has been given, it may be appearing sooner rather than later.