Nintendo has announced that they’ll be adding some of their own famous properties to the Universal Studios theme parks.
Is Paper Mario: Color Splash a tearable game or do we have mushroom in our hearts for our favourite plumber? Read our review to find out.
Last night’s real headline was Nintendo releasing a Mario game on a platform that they didn’t own. A huge leap forward in the thinking of how Nintendo develops games.
At the Apple event today, Nintendo’s legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto took to the stage to announce that iconic company mascot Mario would be jumping across Apple screens soon.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was present at the Rio 2016 closing event to accept the transfer of the sporting spectacle to his country in 2020. He did so in the most fitting way possible – by dressing up as Mario.
Mario and Luigi: Paper jam is a blissful RPG that captures that manages to combine an engrossing combat system with light, delightful exploration.
How do you make a Mario or a Bowser Jr? Only Mr Miyamoto really knows, and the answers are a bit terrifying. Okay, a lot terrifying.
It’s time you were put in control of making sure Mario makes it to the right castle, only this time you get to decide just how hard it is for the Italian plumber too. But Super Mario Maker makes this extremely easy, and fun!
Somebody has created Mario in Unreal Engine 4. Does this realistic look suit the famous plumber? See for yourself…
Nintendo may have a winner on their hands with their Amiibo figures for games. And these custom Amiibos, are even bigger winners.
Nintendo’s Amiibo have been selling like hotcakes around the world, so which are the ones that will become big collectible items?