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Video: Mario Battles Through Real Life Tokyo to Get to Super Smash Bros. Event

Mario Battles Through Real Life Tokyo to Get to Super Smash Bros. Event

A smashing fan made trailer

We've seen some awesome fan made Nintendo videos in the past, and this certainly ranks as one of the best. YouTuber Dean Wright has faithfully created a trailer of everyone's favourite portly plumber dashing through the streets of real life Tokyo in order to get to a Super Smash Bros. event on time. Not only is Mario's...

Review: Wooden Sen'SeY (Wii U eShop)

Wooden Sen'SeY (Wii U eShop)

More training required

The Wii U eShop, unsurprisingly, isn't short of options when it comes to platformers, especially as it's a genre typically associated with Nintendo systems and their gamers. Wooden Sen'Sey, published by Neko Entertainment, aims to capitalise on that popularity and remind gamers of old-fashioned difficulty; these are noble yet...

News: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Delay in Europe Explained

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Delay in Europe Explained

"In order to optimise the best possible launch timing for Europe"

We recently shared with you the slightly disappointing news that Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker won't be out in Europe until next year. As the fiendish isometric puzzler appears to still be on course for a Holiday 2014 launch in North America, we reached out to Nintendo UK to enquire...

News: September Brings Iconic Learning Characters Biff, Chip & Kipper To 3DS Systems

September Brings Iconic Learning Characters Biff, Chip & Kipper To 3DS Systems

English, Mother, do you speak it?

It's no secret that the Nintendo DS was host to an enormous variety of non-gaming software for purposes ranging from fitness to diet, and it seems Nintendo is keen to bring a whole new host of these to the 3DS. Phonics Fun with Biff, Chip & Kipper is a collection of three volumes that take the well-known...

News: Michel Ancel Forms New Studio While Continuing Work on Beyond Good & Evil Sequel at Ubisoft

Michel Ancel Forms New Studio While Continuing Work on Beyond Good & Evil Sequel at Ubisoft

New venture is called Wild Sheep Studio

Iconic game designer Michel Ancel, who most recently led the brilliant Rayman Legends project at Ubisoft, has always come across as a free spirit, destined to seek his own direction away from the corporate priorities of the publishing behemoth. That desire seems to have been partly fulfilled, as he's now...

News: Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright Art Books Coming West from UDON Entertainment

Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright Art Books Coming West from UDON Entertainment

Top-notch finger-pointing for your coffee table

Art direction fanatics who can read this are in for a treat now that UDON Entertainment will be bringing two new art books to English-speaking territories; one for Phoenix Wright's latest "I can't shout OBJECTION! on the bus" screen-tapping epic Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies and...

Video: This Pixel-Powered Chiptune Tale, Pulse Fighter, Shows The Power of Game Boy

This Pixel-Powered Chiptune Tale, Pulse Fighter, Shows The Power of Game Boy

This'll pummel your senses

As you may have read earlier today, it's the 25th anniversary of the Game Boy in North America, another welcome landmark for the venerable portable console. This dramatic three-minute tale is perfect for the occasion, as a result. The video, entitled "Pulse Fighter", is the work of m7kenji (visuals) and chiptune artist...

Review: Rabi Laby 3 (3DS eShop)

Rabi Laby 3 (3DS eShop)

Return of the Rabi

We would like to formally thank Silver Star Japan for developing Rabi Laby 3 as a 3DS eShop title. Not because this is the most interesting, original, or even fun game that we've ever played, but because the developer decided to circumvent the DSiWare service and release its new game on the current generation of Nintendo's digital...

News: The Game Boy is 25 Years Old in North America

The Game Boy is 25 Years Old in North America

Happy Birthday, Old Boy

The Game Boy recently celebrated the 25th anniversary for its release in Japan, a reminder of the enduring legacy of one of Nintendo's greatest creations. Its role in transforming the games industry and popularising portable systems can't be overlooked, not to mention the various franchises and classic games that define it...

News: XType Plus Delayed in North America Due to Online Leaderboard Bug

XType Plus Delayed in North America Due to Online Leaderboard Bug

High score table causes system lockups

Update 2: Nintendo of Europe has issued the following statement: Please be informed that the Wii U title "XType Plus" has been temporarily removed from Nintendo eShop due to an issue with online leaderboards which causes a critical error. XType Plus was, however, available for a short time today and if this...

Video: The 10 Best Zelda Games As Selected By You

The 10 Best Zelda Games As Selected By You

Which will be number one? Find out within...

We recently ran a poll on the site to find out which game you, the Nintendo Life reader, considered to be the very best Legend of Zelda title released so far. The response was staggering, and we're now ready to reveal the results. The video below showcases the top ten picks in reverse order, and should...