Remember Project Guard from a few years ago? It’s become Star Fox Guard, and it’ll come packaged with Star Fox Zero. Out on April 22nd for Wii U (and will be available separately digitally as well.)
There’s a Nintendo Direct broadcast hitting tomorrow at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT, discussing titles coming this summer for Wii U and 3DS.
At 2 p.m. PT on December 15, the next Nintendo Direct will have Super Smash Bros. design god Masahiro Sakurai offering up more info about iconic Final Fantasy character Cloud and what’s next for the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game. Nintendo’s calling this the final presentation for Super Smash Bros.
The Megaman Legacy Collection is coming out for the Nintendo 3DS on February 23, 2016, Nintendo announced during its Nintendo Direct livestream this evening. They’re releasing a rad-looking gold Megaman amiibo with it too!
This afternoon, Nintendo will put on their first Direct since former president Satoru Iwata died. You can watch it live right here.
The House of Mario will be presenting a new installment of its iconic marketing broadcasts later this week, its first since the passing of CEO Satoru Iwata.
Mario Maker has been delayed to this fall, Nintendo just announced. The Mario level-creator will be out for Wii U in September.
It’s Nintendo Direct time—you can watch tonight’s big Nintendo presser on their website starting at 6pm Eastern, or just keep refreshing Kotaku for all the news as it happens. Please understand.
Tomorrow, April 1, there'll be a Nintendo Direct at 6 pm Eastern time, containing updates about the company's upcoming Wii U and 3DS titles, followed by a short Nintendo Treehouse special on one of its spring 2015 releases. Ignore the date, Nintendo says this one's no joke!
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., is coming out for the 3DS on March 13th, Nintendo just announced during its Nintendo Direct stream. It's a turn-based strategy game that pits Abraham Lincoln against space aliens, because why the fuck not? They also said that it will work with the Fire Emblem Amiibos being made for Smash Bros.
The team behind Fire Emblem Awakening is making a new game for 3DS, Nintendo just announced. Though this game will be developed by Intelligent Systems, Nintendo says it'll play differently than the last one, including challenges "the likes of which have never be seen in the series up until now."
Ready for a new Nintendo Direct? We're expecting to officially hear the U.S. release date for the New 3DS, along with a whole bunch of other news from the folks behind the 3DS and Wii U.
UPDATE (5:36pm): Today's big announcement was Majora's Mask 3D, which will be out for 3DS this spring. We also saw new footage from Splatoon, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and the upcoming DLC for Mario Kart 8. You can watch the full 33-minute Nintendo Direct above.
There's a Nintendo Direct tomorrow focused on upcoming Wii U and 3DS games. What's Nintendo putting out in 2015 and when? Expect those questions to be answered and maybe a few surprises in tomorrow's Direct, scheduled for 5 pm Eastern time.
Well, well, well. Seems we have another Nintendo Direct on ours hands. Not just any Nintendo Direct, a Smash Bros for Wii U extravaganza, featuring "50 all new facts about the game." What are these facts? Our Smash scientists have the best predictions.*
Nintendo woke us all up early this morning with a fresh batch of information about a new and improved 3DS mobile console it's making. Most of this was geared towards its Japanese audience, however, so let's break down the relevant parts of the news for gamers outside the company's home country.
Nintendo has always had a special knack for making gorgeous themed cases for the 3DS. For the new model announced this morning, they're doing gamers one better: releasing standalone faceplates that allow you to customize your personal console.