Today’s Nintendo news: latest trailer and karaoke version of the main theme for Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido, but also…
- Nintendo Labo
- Mario Tennis Aces
- Splatoon 2
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Kirby Star Allies
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
Today, Nintendo shared the latest trailer for Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido on Nintendo Switch:
And here’s the karaoke version of the main theme (which seemingly confirms only English voiceover will be available in the English version of the game):
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Switch, 3DS) comes out on June 8th worldwide.
Here’s a video of Ariana Grande, Jimmy, and The Roots playing “No Tears Left to Cry” using only Nintendo Labo instruments:
Here’s the list of instruments used, for those of you who are curious about that:
- Ariana Grande – Vocals
- Jimmy Fallon – Guitar, Piano Studio
- Questlove – Robot Kit
- Black Thought – Electric Guitar Fishing Rod
- Kamal Gray – Toy-Con Piano x2 (Organ)
- James Poyser – Toy-Con Piano x2
- Captain Kirk – Acoustic Guitar
- Mark Kelley – Bass Guitar
- Stro – Toy-Con Garage Drum Machine
Mario Tennis Aces
Here’s the latest trailer for Mario Tennis Aces, introducing Adventure Mode:
And here’s the overview trailer for the game, in English this time:
Mario Tennis Aces (Switch) comes out on June 22nd worldwide.
Here’s the latest video for Splatoon 2, and more precisely the Octo Expansion. This time, we have a level seemingly inspired by the Rain Maker mode:
Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion (Switch) comes out this Summer worldwide.
Super Mario Odyssey
The latest piece of concept art for Super Mario Odyssey is for Lake Lamode, from the Lake Kingdom. The main motif for it was obviously a wedding dress, with the sunlight made to look like lace, and the rock walls like the a dress.
Here’s the piece of concept-art:
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
Kirby Star Allies
Yesterday, HAL Laboratory shared some more concept art for Kirby Star Allies, and more precisely the 3 Jambastion mages. Some of them are actually fairly close to the final version, so it looks like they settled on the final design gradually. It’s quite interesting to see how the design of the weapons changed with each new design!
Here’s the pieces of concept-art: