When it comes to video game characters, there aren’t many around that are quite as famous as Mario. The Mario franchise has been around for decades and this year, the Super Mario series will be turning 35 years old, an incredible achievement for a video game. To celebrate the 35th anniversary, word on the street is that Nintendo has planned several Mario games.
If you’re a fan of Nintendo’s Super Mario franchise, then you might want to check out this brand new LEGO set. In a partnership with Nintendo, LEGO has unveiled a brand new set that is themed around Mario where it will bring the iconic plumber to life in his own little LEGO set, that we can’t help but think is incredibly adorable.
Mario Kart Tour launched for Android and iOS last month. Now, Nintendo has confirmed with a tweet that a real-time multiplayer beta test has been planned for December.It should be an interesting addition to the Mario Kart Tour game in general. However, there is a catch.You will be able to access the real-time multiplayer beta test only if you are a Gold Pass subscriber of Mario Kart Tour. The Gold […]
If you enjoy games like Bejeweled where you match gems of similar colors to “clear” a space, then you might have played games like Dr. Mario in the past. If you enjoyed the game, then you might be pleased to learn that Nintendo has since announced a new Dr. Mario game that will be coming onto iOS and Android devices next month.
Nintendo has a stable of classic franchises that are almost always guaranteed to do well whenever they launch. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that half of Nintendo Switch owners own a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, and/or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
We know that Nintendo is very interested in creating games for mobile, a narrative that was different several years ago when the company was largely against mobile gaming. Now thanks to recently discovered trademark filings, it appears that Nintendo is interested in bringing more franchises onto mobile.
We’re sure that many are familiar with the live-action Super Mario Bros. movie that was launched way back in the day. It is familiar to many not because of how great it was, but how bad it was to the extent that it has become something of a meme these days. However Nintendo will be trying their hand at it again, except in animated form.
Last month it was rumored that Nintendo could be bringing New Super Mario Bros. U to the Nintendo Switch. Given that Nintendo brought Mario Kart 8 onto the Switch where it was previously launched as a Wii U exclusive, this idea didn’t seem too ridiculous. Turns out the rumors were right because that’s exactly what Nintendo has done.
One of the perks of signing up for Nintendo’s Switch Online subscription service is obviously the ability to play games with other Switch owners online. There are also additional perks where players will gain access to a bunch of classic games, and now it looks like Nintendo is touting those two perks as a way to get users to sign up.
Back in June during E3 2018, Nintendo officially announced Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Party games have become common on Nintendo’s platforms so to see a version launch on the Switch didn’t really come as a surprise. In fact what would be surprising is if Nintendo skipped it entirely.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was one of the titles that launched with the Nintendo Switch, although it should be noted that the game is essentially an upgraded port from the Wii U version of the game. However it all worked out in Nintendo’s favor as fans didn’t really seem to mind. Now it looks like another Wii U port could be on its way.
While the Nintendo Switch is without a doubt Nintendo’s current focus, it does not mean that the company has forgotten about its handheld lineup. For those who are considering getting their hands on a Nintendo handheld, you’ll be pleased to learn that Nintendo has announced a new Electric Blue Nintendo 2DS.
Just like how with pretty much every Nintendo console release we can expect to see new Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., and Super Mario games, there were some gamers who were undoubtedly wondering where the Mario Party game was for the Nintendo Switch which was launched last year.
So we know that the next installment in the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle game would be Donkey Kong related. However neither Nintendo nor Ubisoft mentioned when the update would be available, but for those wondering, you’ll be pleased to learn that you won’t have to wait much longer.