Two days ago, I uploaded a video to YouTube. It featured some awesome automatic Mario Maker levels that basically play themselves. Today, I was dinged with a copyright notice for that same video. The claimant was none other than...Playboy? »
Netflix on the Wii U now finally has the same UI as every other version of the service. Which means TV episodes will auto-play! »
It’s not surprising to see people try to trick other players in Super Mario Maker. I just wasn’t expecting Nintendo to give anyone a helping hand in doing it.
When I play a Mario game, I expect to make a lot of decisions about when to run and when to jump. Those expectations go out the window while I’m playing Super Mario Maker.
Probably the only thing that most people know about Devil’s Third is that it’s been in development for an unusually long time. Valhalla Game Studios’ debut started life as an Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game, announced in late 2011 by publisher THQ, which has since folded. »
Bulky. Heavy. Ugly. That was the original Nintendo DS. And just when you think that handheld was dead, it starts trending on Twitter in Japan. »
Today, I am going to attempt Mario Maker’s “100 Mario challenge,” a mode where you are given 100 lives to clear a set number of courses created by other players. Who knows what I will find? »
The new Ace Attorney, Dai Gyakuten Saiban, is full of the over-the-top courtroom drama you know and love. But outside of the courtroom, you have to prepare for the trials—mainly by proving how terrible a detective Sherlock Holmes is. »
Super Mario Maker is largely in the hands of reviewers, entertainers, and YouTubers right now—but even so, we’re already starting to see some fantastic user-created levels. »
From August 30, Nintendo 2DS will get cheaper in North America. The console will be priced at $99.99, which is thirty bucks less expensive than it’s current $129.99 price tag. And yes, the handheld will still come with the digital version of Mario Kart 7. »
Can’t get into eSports? Maybe you’re looking in the wrong place. Many of the scene’s bigger draws are laden with technical jargon that can be off-putting to newcomers, so you might be better off starting with something like Smash Bros. »
It’s a little technical, but this post by the Dolphin team outlining a big improvement to the emulator’s audio is fascinating, giving you a real insight into just how much work and problem-solving goes into the whole thing. »
The next Splastfest event in Splatoon on August 28 will be a battle of truly epic proportions: Transformers Autobots vs. Decepticons. Ink color will be customized based on your choice, and you’ll even get to wear a special t-shirt showing your robotic preference. (Go Autobots!) »