Today’s Nintendo news: various videos for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but also…
- Kirby Star Allies
- Nintendo Switch
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Nintendo Switch Online – Nintendo Entertainment System
- Nintendo merchandise
- Nintendo Labo
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Yesterday, Nintendo revealed a special, 1mn-long commercial for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate:
And here’s yet another set of commercials for the game:
Finally, here’s video clips of the King K. Rool and Ice Climbers amiibo, releasing on February 15th worldwide:
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) November 11, 2018
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch) comes out on December 7th worldwide.
Kirby Star Allies
Here’s a video for Taranza, who will be added to Kirby Star Allies as Dream Friend on November 29th/30th!
Here’s another commercial for the Nintendo Switch in North America:
Super Mario Odyssey
Here’s a video of the recording of the Japanese version of Jump Up, Super Star!, sung by Aimi Mukohara:
こちらは『Jump Up, Super Star! ～オデッセイでっせい～』の収録風景です。ソウルフルなボーカルは向原愛海さん。かっこいい！ pic.twitter.com/Ndp5MjeAUj
— スーパーマリオ オデッセイ (@mario_odysseyJP) November 11, 2018
Nintendo Switch Online – Nintendo Entertainment System
Heads up for players in North America: the NES controllers for use with Nintendo Switch Online – Nintendo Entertainment System on Nintendo Switch is now available for pre-purchase (click here). As mentioned previously, this offer is only available to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, and the controllers themselves will not be sold elsewhere. They will ship sometime in December.
Here’s some more pictures of the controllers:
Here’s plenty of pictures of the opening of the first temporary Nintendo Licensed Goods shop at the Tokyo Station, in Japan, corutesy of Famitsu:
The Cutting Room Floor managed to get their hands on a rare prototype of the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 01: Variety Kit. You can find pictures of all the instructions (for the RC Car, Fishing Rod, House, Motorbike, and Piano) and more on this page! Unfortunately, there’s a catch: all the various pages are still available only in Japanese.
Thanks jedivulcan for the heads up!
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:
- Dr. Mario (NES) “all levels” by poco_cpp in 06:44.04