Today’s Nintendo news: screenshots and trailer for the Super Mario Run update, but also…
- Kirby Battle Royale
- Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom
- Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters
- Mario no Photopi
- Super Mario chocolate
- Play Nintendo Show
Super Mario Run
Yesterday, Nintendo released a major update for Super Mario Run, adding a new playable charater (Daisy), a new world, a brand new game mode, and more. You can find all the details about it in this post!
And today, Nintendo shared a trailer and some screenshots for that very update:
Kirby: Battle Royale
Today, the official Twitter account for the Kirby 25th Anniversary series in Japan shared a few tidbits about the single player mode in Kirby: Battle Royale. It’s called Dedede Grand Prix, an it sees many Kirby compete for the #1 spot.
Source: Kirby 25th Anniversary (Twitter)
Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom
Here’s pictures of a carry case for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom, releasing next week alongside the console itself:
Also, here’s the launch trailer for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System:
Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom comes out on October 5th in Japan.
Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters
Here’s some more screenshots for Yo-kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters, now available in Europe and North America:
And here’s the launch trailer:
Mario no Photopi
Mario no Photopi is a pretty obscure Mario game, that was only released in Japan (back in 1998). But what’s so unique about it isn’t really the game itself, but rather the cartridge it uses: it has a slot for SmartMedia cards, allowing the users to transfer to transfer pictures to the game, in order to use them in their creations. You can read more about the game over at the Mario Wiki.
And the reason we’re talking about it today is that a hacker finally managed to make the game run, and captured some footage of it:
Thanks KojiKnight for the heads up!
Super Mario chocolate
Remember the Super Mario chocolate we mentioned the other day? Well, here’s a promo video for it, which allows you to see what the “twist” is all about!
Play Nintendo Show
Here’s the latest episode of the Play Nintendo Show, which is about Pokkén Tournament DX: