Now that Nintendo has announced (much to fan delight) that Earthbound is coming to the Wii U's Virtual Console and that they haven't forgotten about the franchise's existence, attention has once again turned to the game's sequel (Mother 3) which never made it to the States, despite fan outcry for it. Now the man who made the english translation for the Mother 3 ROM is offering up his localization files completely free in the hopes of Nintendo giving fans what they want.
Yeterday Nintendo hosted another Direct video presentation in which they announced a slew of new games coming to the 3DS, including another Zelda game set in the Link to the Past universe, and another Yoshi's Island. The Wii U also gets some love in an official release date for Pikmin 3 and the much anticipated announcement that Earthbound is coming to the Virtual Console. Come inside for all the details and information.
Early this morning Nintendo held another Direct Video in which they announced the "Year of Luigi" by announcing new games for the 3DS and Wii U, including: a new Mario & Luigi RPG, sequels to the sports spin-offs, new DLC for current games. On top of that, they announced other non-Mario/Luigi related content, like Animal Crossing and Donkey Kong for the 3DS. All the details inside!
One of the most exciting announcements for Nintendo fans during their last Nintendo Direct, was that on top of the Wii U finally getting a Virtual Console, several top notch retro games would be released for a ridiculous discounted price in celebration of the NES' 30th anniversary. Now those games have release dates you can look forward to.
Updates on the Virtual Console and load times weren't the only things Nintendo talked about in this morning's Nintendo Direct; they also announced a slew of new games, some features for ones we knew about, and some swanky trailers to boot. We've gathered up all the news and trailers for you in one spot, so come in to learn about when you'll see the new Mario game, and learn a little more about The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD version!
Nintendo held another of their Nintendo Direct live videos this morning in which they talked about a few new things concerning the Wii U (in the last one they announced the new Pokemon games). Most importantly they announced two new features coming to the system that fans have been wanting since the console released back in November.
Early this morning Nintendo sent us an update on their upcoming release schedule and it finally gave us release dates on some upcoming games we've all been looking forward to (like Lego City: Undercover, Luigi's Mansion 2, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate), but also some distressing news about games being pushed back.
Fans of Fire Emblem have been waiting awhile for the franchise to make it's return. Fortunately they don't have much longer to wait (February 4th), and if you don't already have a 3DS for the game, Nintendo has announced a special bundle launching the same day as well. Or you know...if you just want to trade yours in for this cool new 3DS.
Early this morning Nintendo recorded a new Nintendo Direct and it focused on a brand new Pokemon game that's coming to and built specifically for the 3DS (as many fans have wanted since the handheld released). It's brand new, looks visually updated, and surprisingly isn't named after colors!
One of the big features that had press buzzing when the Wii U was fully displayed at their special press event was TVii, and new way to interact and watch your TV shows from your Wii U console. Sadly, the feature wasn't available on launch day, but now Nintendo has announced when we'll be getting it...Tomorrow!