Today’s Nintendo news: new stock for the NES Mini in December on the Nintendo UK Store, but also…
- Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS
- Picross 3D Round 2
- Take-Two and the Switch
- Super Mario Run
- Holiday Gift Guide
- Stadium Events
Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System
Looking to buy a NES Mini, but can’t find one in store? Well, here’s some good news for you… if you live in the United Kingdom, that is. It looks like new stock will arrive in December, as indicated by a notice added today… then removed a few hours later.
Unfortunately, it’s not clear when other stores will get new shipments, or even when the Nintendo UK Store will get theirs.
Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS
Here’s some screenshots and some gameplay footage (+ a short commercial) for Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS:
Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) comes out tomorrow in Japan, and on December 2nd in Europe and North America.
Picross 3D Round 2
Here’s some gameplay footage and some screenshots (+ artworks) for Picross 3D Round 2:
Picross 3D Round 2 (3DS) comes out on December 2nd in Europe.
Take-Two and the Switch
During the 20th Annual Credit Suisse Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, Karl Slatoff (president of Take-Two) shared some comments about the Nintendo Switch. Naturally, he didn’t announce anything, but explained that Nintendo was making “great effort to support third-party developers”, which is why Take-Two is pretty optimistic about the platform.
The Nintendo Switch will be released in March, worldwide.
Super Mario Run
Here’s the latest illustration for Super Mario Run:
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) November 30, 2016
Super Mario Run (iOS) comes out on December 15th, worldwide. The Android version will follow at a later date.
Holiday Gift Guide
Today, Nintendo of Europe published the second part of their Holiday Gift Guide. This part focuses on multiplayer titles, such as Mario Kart 8, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, and more. Click here to check it out!
If you’re a collector, you’ve definitely heard about the infamous Stadium Events: it’s considered one of the rarest NES games, due to Nintendo recalling it right after release in order to rebrand the series. On Monday, ESPN published a really interesting and really lenghty article about the game: click here to check it out!