A bum link
You might recall a story from earlier this week about Facebook rejecting a launch trailer advertisement for the critically-acclaimed indie title, GRIS. According to the game's publisher Devolver Digital, Facebook said the clip contained "sexually suggestive" imagery. This followed with a representative from the video game company...
Including the winner, 'Ship Love'
Not too long ago Nintendo headed to Facebook's headquarters for a Super Mario Maker Hackathon, in which employees of the company tackled the game to try and create their own levels. The winner, 'Ship Love', will be included with the final game when it's released on 11th September. Nintendo Minute's latest video...
Do you Like this tie-in?
Not too long ago Nintendo announced a promotional partnership with Facebook for Super Mario Maker. Beyond the PR-friendly Hackathon - in which Facebook employees designed levels, with the winner to be included in the game - it's a smart move, as potential marketing deals and promotion with Facebook will certainly be useful...
...Now it's been officially announced
Update: Now Nintendo of America has issued a press release (which popped up in our inbox minutes after original publication), explaining how a 'Hackathon' at Facebook will determine the stage that'll be included in the game. Hackathon events are a unique element of the Facebook company culture, and an...
Keeping you informed Down Under
With a global business as large as Nintendo's, we're more than used to variations between Nintendo of America, Nintendo of Europe — itself split into smaller divisions — and Nintendo Japan. We also have Nintendo Australia, of course, and that group has now joined its contemporaries in hitting up the biggest social...
It'll soon be known as "Nintendo Console Gaming"
Earlier today we reported that the 3DS Facebook page would be getting a name change after several people received emails from the social network telling them that from 19th September it would be known as "Nintendo Handheld Gaming". Well, it appears Nintendo has also decided to go down the same route...
"Nintendo Handheld Gaming" looks set to replace it on 19th September
Nintendo is renaming the Nintendo 3DS Facebook page, according to an email sent from the social network to a selection of people who like the page. When Facebook pages change their names, an email is sent out by the social network to inform people of the change. Nintendo hasn't...
Event Races and Time Trials to take on
For a number of months Nintendo UK has been hosting regular Mario Kart 7 community races, but those that want to compete and meet other racers will now have a chance to do so in more detail with the new Facebook app that's been launched. As well as weekly races, the new app will allow for greater interaction...
Your face(book) is beaming!
Nintendo UK has launched the official Legend of Zelda Facebook page — just in time for the announcement of a new instalment for the Nintendo 3DS. What remarkable timing! The page already has some images from the new game on it, and is sure to be filled with more Zelda-specific goodies as the months roll by. If you're...
You know you want to
It's definitely Wii U hype season. Perhaps the name is spilling from your lips when you don't intend it to, or you spend time fantasising about the games that we'll see and hear about in the next ten days. For Nintendo gamers, Wii U may be on the brain. For those that want to follow the console directly, there's now an official...
Here comes Bullet Bill!
Mario Kart 7 is out next week, and to get you geared up (sorry) Nintendo has revamped the game's official website with new videos, information and social features. By visiting the items page you can send any of your Facebook friends an item from the series, so why not be the best friend ever and send them a Spiny Shell? We're...
Spread the love...
Yes, it’s true that we’re a bit late to jump on the Facebook bandwagon (only by three years!) but that’s cool – due to popular demand we finally got around to creating our very own Facebook page. If you're a Facebook fan then this will be a good place to chat to other Nintendo Life readers, the staff and even developers. If Facebook isn’t your thing, then it’s worth..
Keep yourself connected
Nintendo of America has announced that North American DSi owners will be able to upload photos to their Facebook accounts when the new system update goes live around 5PM pacific time. Lucky Americans will be able to tap a Facebook icon whilst perusing their photos and instantly send them to their Facebook profile, as if by...
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