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Daily Briefs (April 14) – Super Mario Maker / PlatinumGames

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • Super Mario Maker
  • PlatinumGames
  • New Nintendo 3DS cover plates
  • Mega Man animated series
  • Monster Hunter
  • Terraria [Update!]
  • Fire Emblem 0

Super Mario MakerSuper Mario Maker

For the latest episode of Devs Make Mario, Polygon went and asked Kenji Saito (from PlatinumGames) to make a level in Super Mario Maker. Here’s the video:

If you want to try out this level, you can click here to bookmark it (or use the following code in-game: 05AA-0000-0213-4647).


Talking of PlatinumGames, the company posted some pics of their official studio tour (which was held last month) earlier today, on their official blog:

Source: PlatinumGames

New Nintendo 3DS cover plates

If you live in North America, buying cover plates isn’t very convenient. Since they’re not officially sold in stores (except at the Nintendo NY Store), the only option is very often import. You can also buy them directly from Nintendo, via their online store. And good news, some new cover plates were added this week: click here to check them out!

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Mega Man animated series

Next year, fans of Mega Man will be able to discover a brand new Mega Man animated series. Joe Kelly (from Man of Action) is a writer working on the series, and he posted quite a few tweets about it yesterday. You can read them all on Rockman Corner, if you’re interested or simply curious. Be warned though: he’s not giving any actual details about the series itself, which is something he’s legally prohibited of doing.

Monster Hunter

Here’s pictures of Monster Hunter figures launching this month in Japan:

Source: Famitsu


Here’s another gameplay video for the Japanese version of Terraria:

Ansatsu Kyoushitsu: Assassin Ikusei Keikaku!!

Here’s the latest promotional video for Ansatsu Kyoushitsu: Assassin Ikusei Keikaku!!:

Fire Emblem 0

Here’s the latest card from the 4th series of Fire Emblem 0 cards, launched last month in Japan:

Source: Intelligent Systems


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