I spent this past week playing what is currently the best-selling game in the world: the Japan only 3DS game Tomodachi Collection: New Life.
For the past three weeks, Tomodachi Collection: New Life has been the best-selling game in Japan—and in its first week, the best-selling game in the world.
I’ve never really cared too much about Miis. I never even made one for my Wii or 3DS—hell, I’ve never even opened Street Pass. The only reason I made a Mii for my Wii U was because it was part of making an online account.
In Nintendo's wildly popular sim Tomodachi Collection: New Life for the 3DS, there is a bug that apparently enables male Miis the ability to marry other male Miis. Apparently, make that, enabled.
Tomodachi Collection is Nintendo's take on The Sims. But unlike The Sims, same-sex marriages have apparently not been allowed. Until now.
Nintendo is releasing two new colors in Japan. One is "Mint x White", while the other color is... white plus light mint blue speech bubbles with a yellow thought bubble?
Nintendo's latest Tomodachi Collection is slated for spring 2013. Tomodachi Collection is a life simulator that is often compared to both The Sims and Animal Crossing. The first Tomodachi Collection came out in 2009 in Japan. It has not seen an international release.
Japan-only Nintendo DS title Tomodachi Collection is making its way to the small screen. Or the wide-screen. The flat-screen? The plasma screen. Or the LED screen? You get the picture.
How does Metroid producer Yoshio Sakamoto explain his Nintendo DS megahit Tomodachi Collection—still a Japan-only release—to the non-Japanese GDC attendee? By putting high-level Nintendo execs in weird Tomodachi Collection situations, including Sakamoto's own virtual crush on Samus Aran.