The year of Luigi NEVER ENDS. Now Mario's lanky brother has a PHD and will be popping pills on the Wii U soon in the game that we've all been waiting for: Dr. Luigi. It's out on December 31 for $15. »
Remember that in February, Nintendo declared the "Year of Luigi." Unless they were retroactively declaring January to be a Month of Luigi, too, this proclamation should extend into 2014—and Reggie Fils-Aime, the Nintendo of America president, said today it does. »
On Wednesday we received a tip about a slick-looking "Year of Luigi"-themed Nintendo 2DS. It turns out that it is a real 2DS, just not one made by Nintendo nor one that'll probably ever be mass-produced. It's a mod. »
It's the year of Luigi, and so if there was ever a time to launch a Luigi 2DS, it would be now, right? Well, it seems there might be a Luigi 2DS in our future, based on these pictures of what seems to be an unannounced 2DS that a tipster sent in. [Update, 10/26] This is not a Nintendo product; it's fan-made.
I'm not sure Chicago commuters were ready for those huge, hypnotizing eyes when Luigi greeted them on the city's L train, rebranded as the "Luigi" yesterday to celebrate the character's 30th year. He spent the day seeing the city, enjoying its deep-dish pizza, and riding its famous elevated rail line. »
In 1990, children across the U.S. flocked to Nintendo Powerfest events to show their appreciation for the company and its products. Nintendo repaid them by making them dance to the Nintendo Fruit Snacks "rap." Those with sensitive stomachs may want to look away. »
At first, I was just delighted to see that Nintendo’s iconic second fiddle was getting a live-action commercial in his native Japan. But, after finding out exactly who’s wearing Luigi’s overalls, this clip featuring Mario’s brother feels even more awesome. »