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News: First Super Mario 3DS Screenshots Jump Into View

First Super Mario 3DS Screenshots Jump Into View

See the plumber's next outing

True to Shigeru Miyamoto's promise, Super Mario for 3DS really does look like a combination of the plumber's best bits from his heritage. We have the first screenshots below showing the combination of 2D and 3D that Nintendo hopes will create one of their portly hero's best ever titles. We'll bring you video footage as it reaches us.

Reaction: Upcoming 3DS Games

Upcoming 3DS Games

The list is in

Here's a list of games coming to 3DS in the coming months, including a few from the eShop right at the bottom. There's some surprises on the list — not all pleasant ones, it must be said — but we'll leave it to you to pick out the diamonds in the rough and tell us what game you're most looking forward to in the comments below.

News: Your First Look at the Wii U Console

Your First Look at the Wii U Console

Here it is

We've seen plenty of shots and video of the controller itself, but nothing so far of the actual Wii U console. That's all changed now, as Nintendo has revealed the first shot of the machine. It looks rather like the original Wii, only more rounded, and not quite like the Super NES design some rumours pointed towards. Do you like the look...

Reaction: Nintendo's Complete Press Release

Nintendo's Complete Press Release

Soak it in

Nintendo's Upcoming Wii U Console Features Controller with 6.2-inch Screen Nintendo 3DS Continues its Evolution with Mario Kart, Super Mario and the Nintendo eShop as Nintendo Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda NOTE: Multimedia available hereLOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- At the E3 Expo, Nintendo introduced a new paradigm for video games and home entertainment: Wii..

Reaction: Third-Party Wii U Games Confirmed

Third-Party Wii U Games Confirmed

There's a lot to cover

Nintendo made a big song and dance about its new Wii U console reaching out to all gamers, and a big part of that is going to be support from third party publishers. Through an on-stage video we already know about several third-party games on the way to Nintendo's new home console: Ninja Gaiden 3 Darksiders II Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online Tekken Metro Last Light Aliens..

News: New Smash Bros. Announced for Wii U and 3DS

New Smash Bros. Announced for Wii U and 3DS

Series goes portable at last

Years of wailing have paid off: Nintendo just announced a new entry in the Super Smash Bros. series is coming to the 3DS. Not only that, it will also launch on Nintendo's next home console, the Wii U. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata made the announcement on stage at E3, where he also revealed that the 3DS and Wii U games...

E3 2011: Nintendo Announces Wii Successor "Wii U"

Nintendo Announces Wii Successor "Wii U"

It's real!

Nintendo's new console is called Wii U. The console comes with a touch screen sensitive controller and will allow streaming of games from the console to the portable controller. Users can play games on the controller without the need to have the TV on, or completely independently, but the two can be combined: Nintendo showed the user...

News: Mario Kart 3DS Confirmed for This Christmas

Mario Kart 3DS Confirmed for This Christmas

You'll have to shell out

Reggie Fils-Aime just confirmed that Mario Kart for 3DS will be released this Christmas across the world. The video also showed off the new customisable karts that let you choose a base model, tyres and special ability, showing the karts going underwater, gliding and more. You'll be able to buy this game at Christmas. Are you happy?

News: Zelda: Four Swords to Be a Free DSiWare Game in September

Zelda: Four Swords to Be a Free DSiWare Game in September

Rejoice!

Nintendo just announced as part of its Zelda: 25th Anniversary package the release of Legend of Zelda: Four Swords for DSiWare in September this year. The four-player game will be a free download to all DSiWare users, presumably meaning it'll be available for nothing in the 3DS eShop too. Are you excited about playing more Zelda: Four Swords on DSiWare?

Rumour: Epic Games to Announce Support for Wii 2

Epic Games to Announce Support for Wii 2

Or 3DS, maybe

We're just one hour away from Nintendo's E3 2011 press conference and Epic Games CEO Mark Rein has dropped a small hint that his company might be bringing support to Nintendo platforms for the first time. Rein tweeted: We have another pretty cool announcement coming today at around 10AM PST Nintendo's press conference will be on its way to winding down by that point, and with the..

E3 2011: Nintendo News Conference Live Text

Nintendo News Conference Live Text

Get all your news here

Today's the day Nintendo unveils its new home console for the first time, and we'll be reporting on it all live right here. There's no need to refresh: the page will update automatically, so sit back and let us take you through the most exciting event of the gaming year. Following the press conference — also broadcast live at Nintendo's E3 site — we'll continue to feature..

E3 2011: Ubisoft Announces Rayman Origins for Wii

Ubisoft Announces Rayman Origins for Wii

The hairy hero returns

It's been a long time since Rayman appeared in an original platformer — around 15 years, in fact — so it's very welcome news that he's coming back to Wii in Rayman Origins. The game will feature four-player co-operative play over 60 brand new side-scrolling stages, harking back to the floppy-haired hero's original adventures. The video below shows the on-stage..

News: Thundering Typhoons, Details Regarding Tintin: The Game

Thundering Typhoons, Details Regarding Tintin: The Game

Ubisoft brings the adaptation to the Wii and 3DS

If Tintin fans think the upcoming animated film is all they have to look forward to this year, think again. Along with with Steven Spielberg's motion picture adaptation of Hergé comic books featuring Belgium's favourite reporter, fans should also prepare themselves for The Adventures of Tintin: The Game. Ubisoft has unveiled some game details from..

Rumour: Nintendo to Reveal New Zelda Game at E3

Nintendo to Reveal New Zelda Game at E3

Will it be for Café?

Plenty of things in life get lost in translation, but hopefully this isn't one of them. French website Power-Nintendo has a correspondent in Japan, who recently attended a live event for Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. According to the website, Zelda overlord Eiji Aonuma let slip a big secret slip: we'll see a new Zelda at...

News: Ubi: Don't Underestimate Nintendo's Ability to Innovate

Ubi: Don't Underestimate Nintendo's Ability to Innovate

Expects to be wowed

In one week we will get our first look at Nintendo's new home console, with all sorts of rumours circulating about its controller, horsepower and games line-up. One thing we should all keep in mind, according to Ubisoft UK Boss Rob Cooper, is what makes Nintendo stand out from its opposition: originality. What you always get with Nintendo is innovation, with consumers at the..

News: Strap Yourself In for Exclusive E3 Content at Nintendo E3 Site

Strap Yourself In for Exclusive E3 Content at Nintendo E3 Site

Watch it all happen live

We're just two weeks away from the cavalcade of announcements that is E3, and we here at Nintendo Life will be reporting on everything as it happens: the revelation of Nintendo's new console, new games and everything else that goes down. Nintendo will be helping out too, live streaming its press conference and making plenty of extra content on the Nintendo Network too. For..

Talking Point: How 3DS Can Thrive at E3

How 3DS Can Thrive at E3

What the Big N should do at this year's expo

A little less than one year ago, as E3 2010 approached, one question was on everyone's mind: would the 3DS work? Surely our bodies were not ready for the futuristic glasses-free technology Nintendo promised. As we all know, it wasn't long before Reggie put our fears to rest: yes, it works, and it works well. Before we could even articulate our next..

News: Nintendo Confirms Live Stream of E3 2011 Show

Nintendo Confirms Live Stream of E3 2011 Show

Start bookmarking now

Yesterday we brought you Nintendo's E3 2011 conference details, but the real question on everyone's lips — other than "why are British and American Smarties so different? — was "will Nintendo be streaming the event live?" Well the good news is that you'll be able to get that new console smell beamed right to...