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News: Mario and Zelda's Babies Would Play Like This

Mario and Zelda's Babies Would Play Like This

The ultimate crossover chaos

We found out after E3 that there's a Zelda-style level in Super Mario 3D Land, and now we have a video look. As you can see below, the game takes more than a few cues from old-school outings like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Link's Awakening DX, except with much more Mario and mu

News: More Stunning Zelda: Skyward Sword Artwork

More Stunning Zelda: Skyward Sword Artwork

How much more can you take?

We know The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is beautiful. Chances are, you know it too. Let's just leave it at that and get on with the latest batch of beautiful artwork from Nintendo then, shall we? From expansive vistas to more intimate portraits, there's everything here to get you geared up for the biggest Wii game of the year.

News: This Skyward Sword Art is Too Good Not to Share

This Skyward Sword Art is Too Good Not to Share

And no spoilers!

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is one of the most beautiful looking Wii games we've seen, and Nintendo's teams have created countless pieces of art for the game over the year: remember the E3 2009 reveal artwork? Here's another stunning piece showing Link, villain Lord Ghirahim and Zelda, but it'

News: We Love This Origami Wind Waker Boat

We Love This Origami Wind Waker Boat

Truly the King of Red Lions

Last week's Gamecity festival in Nottingham had a strong Zelda focus, with the city centre becoming a replica Hyrule Town for the day, but we've got something much smaller and even more awesome to share. This origami replica of Link on board the King of Red Lions from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is just about the coolest thing we've seen in a long time. Depending..

Feature: Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Report

Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert Report

London, Eiji Aonuma, Koji Kondo, Zelda Williams, legendary

After a successful first show at the Pantages theatre in Los Angeles, The Legend of Zelda 25th anniversary symphony took in London's Hammersmith Apollo with a sold-out show that celebrated the series' captivating music. Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma took to the stage to introduce the concert, the audience lapping up his every sentence,..

News: We Like These Tiny Pinball Tables and Arcade Cabinets

We Like These Tiny Pinball Tables and Arcade Cabinets

Flipping cool

Nintendo curiosities often fascinate, and these tiny replica arcade cabinets and pinball tables certainly fit the bill. The 1/12th scale models available to buy at Retro Heart includes classic Nintendo titles like Donkey Kong Jr., Mario Bros. and plenty more. Each model is individually hand-made, with glossy vinyl graphics and little

News: We Wish These Mario 3DS Consoles Weren't Japan Only

We Wish These Mario 3DS Consoles Weren't Japan Only

Too cool for words

It's a complaint we've heard countless times over the years: "Japan gets all the cool stuff." It's not always true of course — just look at StarTropics — but these limited edition Mario-themed 3DS consoles are definitely some of the coolest things we've seen. The Mario, Peach and Super Mushroom machines are special...

News: Metroid Database Needs Your Help with Series Bestiary

Metroid Database Needs Your Help with Series Bestiary

Get artsy

Long-running fansite Metroid Database needs your help compiling an in-depth record of every creature that inhabits the series' enormous universe. With so many games in the Metroid series the site needs help from artists and knowledgeable veterans to bring the catalogue to completion. In its current incomplete stage it's still a fascinating record of Samus Aran's opponents over the years,..

News: Panoramic Super Mario 3D Land Artwork is Awesome

Panoramic Super Mario 3D Land Artwork is Awesome

What's that tucked away?

The Super Mario 3D Land box art is nice and all, but it's just a very small square of the bigger picture. The much, much bigger picture. Nintendo Europe just released the full image, weighing in at an eye-watering 10,000 x 4,000 pixels, and it's like a who's who of Mario: Bob-ombs, Toad, Bowser and more are all there, but...

News: GameCity to Transform Nottingham into Hyrule Town

GameCity to Transform Nottingham into Hyrule Town

Only with more shambling undead

UK event GameCity has established itself as one of the most notable events in the gaming calendar: kicking off five years ago with a celebration of SEGA music from maestro Richard Jacques, it's since taken in Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi, zombie world record attempts and everything in between. This year it's teaming up with Nintendo as part of the ongoing..

News: Would You Trust a Goomba to Clean Your House?

Would You Trust a Goomba to Clean Your House?

The uprising starts now

Goombas are so much more than their common portrayal as easily vanquished stomp cushions would have you believe: they have other skills, like cleaning the house. That's right: someone made the inevitable leap and combined the Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner with the Goomba and created... well, the Goomba Roomba, presumably. The...

Site News: Nintendo Life's eShop Appearance

Nintendo Life's eShop Appearance

Check out our faves

Here at Nintendo Life we're committed to reviewing every title released on Nintendo's download platforms. With over 1,200 download reviews covering WiiWare, Virtual Console, DSiWare and the eShop, we're confident that you won't find a more complete collection of download reviews anywhere else. If you fire up your 3DS today and...

News: Monster Hunter 4 to Burn Up Your 3DS

Monster Hunter 4 to Burn Up Your 3DS

Even more monsters to hunt

We've just received word from the 3DS conference that there's a brand new Monster Hunter game headed to the 3DS. No, not just the already-confirmed Monter Hunter 3 G. Monster Hunter 4 is on its way as well. It's great to see not one but two games from this popular franchise headed to the potent portable. We'll have more...

News: After 25 Years, The NES Gets A New Magazine

After 25 Years, The NES Gets A New Magazine

Oh happy day

The humble Nintendo Entertainment System: responsible for bringing so many to sip from the cup of gaming, and now enjoying yet another lease of life via the recent 3DS Ambassador games. As with all Nintendo consoles it has a dedicated following online, but it could soon have a bigger presence in the print world as website NES-Bit.com...

News: Super Smash Bros. Dices with Fan-Made Board Game

Super Smash Bros. Dices with Fan-Made Board Game

For when a console won't cut it

Taking all the action of Super Smash Bros. Brawl and turning into a board game is no easy proposition, but that's exactly what one fan has done to prove his skills. James Gabbard is the man responsible for this complicated but awesome-looking Super Smash Bros. Board game, put together to support his application for an unspecified 'awesome job'. The game isn't..

News: How Do Bowser, Toad and Luigi Really Feel About Peach?

How Do Bowser, Toad and Luigi Really Feel About Peach?

Let them rap about it

Life lesson #1: you can never have too much Nintendo-themed hip hop. Last month we told you about Heath McNease's album Straight Outta Console, and now we have Letters to Princess by rapper I B. Detailing the agony and frustration felt by Toad, Luigi and Bowser that Mario always manages to capture the heart of Princess Peach,...

News: Super Mario 3D Land's Logo Still Has a Raccoon Tail

Super Mario 3D Land's Logo Still Has a Raccoon Tail

Wouldn't be the same without it

Much was made of the raccoon tail poking from the O in the Super Mario logo when Satoru Iwata first took to the Game Developer Conference stage to announce the upcoming adventure, but now the game is officially known as Super Mario 3D Land some thought the bushy tail might be dropped. Thankfully we can reveal it's...