Nintendo is giving the Miiverse, its social network for the 3DS and Wii U, a much-needed redo this summer, the company just revealed. The redesign promises a number of easier ways to document and share your gaming experience with other Miiverse-goers.
This weekend, Smash Bros. got a free Miiverse stage that imports posts created by players. You probably see where this is going, don’t you?
Miiverse, Nintendo’s social network, is a pretty kid friendly place...most of the time.
Are you feeling it now, Mr. Krabs?
Today, Attack on Titan: Humanity In Chains releases for the west on the 3DS. But since the Japanese version of the game has been out for a while, that means the game’s Miiverse forum is already chock full of fantastic art.
Via Miiverse, a screenshot from the Japanese version of Xenoblade Chronicles X (which comes out in North America and Europe later this year).
Remember PaulyU, the Wii U owner that documented his troubles with Super Metroid on Miiverse? He was the guy that wondered "y cant metroid crawl." Well, it looks like Pauly got a shout-out in the latest Smash Bros.
Something went wrong today with the Mario & Luigi section of Nintendo's Miiverse community, allowing users to post any kind of image (so long as they could view it on the Wii U's web browser), not just a screenshot of the game they're playing. Yet given the opportunity to post anything, the fans there - bless 'em -…
Using Art Academy for the Miiverse, Wii U user Craig has drawn - using a stylus on a small, smooshy touchscreen - this wonderful Robin Williams tribute.
Something strange happened the first time I played Mario Kart 8 online. I had finally convinced my friend Francis to get a Wii U. Once his console arrived, we decided to take Mario Kart's online multiplayer out for a spin.
Putting us out of business, one Miiverse post at a time...
The new game, Pokémon Art Academy, allows you to upload your Pokémon artwork to the Miiverse. As the game released in PAL territories last week (and Japan two weeks before that), there are already scores of artwork to browse though. Some of it is pretty amazing—even just in the last 24 hours on the Japanese Miiverse.
Part of what makes Smash Bros. so great is that it pits characters from all sorts of different franchises together—naturally, fans have ideas about what characters such be included. Like kids sending letters to the North Pole, tons of people take to Miiverse and write letters to Masahiro Sakurai, the creator of Smash…
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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze came out in Japan yesterday and with it came an influx of awesome art over at the Donkey Kong Miiverse page. Look below for some of the best.
Stand back, Romeo and Juliet. Here's an epic tale of teenage love, rejection, bad grammar, and Miis—all of which unfolds on the 3DS's Miiverse (or in other words, a social network on the 3DS and Wii U).
Aww. While you can find a variety of posts on Miiverse, finding one like this one in Super Mario 3D World—which was posted this weekend by Tiny Cartridge—makes you wish it's just a post where it is someone pulling your leg and not actually a kid throwing out a cry for help.
Oh, Miiverse. You've got such amusing characters making all sorts of silly posts. Take "Sakurai" here, a poster which cronicstate found, for instance. Sakurai is almost assuredly a troll, but everyone takes the bait and argues with him over the possibility of having Dreamwork's Shrek in the new Super Smash Bros.
Of the announcements Nintendo made at E3, none were as meme-ready as the inclusion of The Villager from Animal Crossing in Smash Bros. With his terrifying, lifeless eyes, the internet got to work saying exactly what we were all thinking.