GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Last week's video content from GoNintendo

We're starting to see the die-down of the E3 news. That means slow news Summer ahead! I'm cool with that for now. I could use a rest from the rapid-fire news! No matter how heavy/light the news is, we'll be covering all of it. See you in a few, short hours!

Getting back into the normal swing of things. E3 has come and gone, which means news is slowing down. That means it's time for more of the 'Parents Play' features! We almost had another missed week due to a health issue with my Mom, but she wasn't going to let that stop her! She healed up and was better than ever for last week's show, where her and my Dad tackle Rocket Knight Adventures. Hands down, this is my favorite entry in the entire series, far above all others.

We also did another episode of our weekly podcast, which is still chock-full of E3 talk. Lots of interview snippets with Nintendo bigwigs that were well worth discussing.

...and finally, here's a plug for the Parents Play feature that cropped up three weeks ago. Due to E3, we never got to promote it in our usual weekly post like this. In this older episode, my parents tried out Boom Blox and things went surprisingly well!

Hiroshima Pokemon Center celebrates opening with red Gyarados distribution

- in celebration of the opening of a Pokemon Center in Hiroshima
- Red Gyarados distribution event kicked off on June 26th
- visit a Pokemon Center with a copy of Pokemon X, Pokemon Y, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire or Pokemon Omega Ruby
- also participate in an “all you can catch!” Magikarp event
- download Magikarp as many times as you like
- event ends on August 31st

Random Time! - Justin Bieber, Skrillex, Diplo...and Pikachu

The official video for Skrillex and Diplo's 'Where Are Ü Now' features a cameo from Justin Bieber...and Pikachu. It really is a split-second cameo, but Pikachu is in there! Check out the 1:58 mark to see for yourself.

Thanks to Mattmattishere for the heads up!

KEYTARI: 8-bit Music Maker coming Wii U on July 9th

Do you LOVE 8-bit music from classic video games? Prpeare to create your own! KEYTARI: 8-bit Music Maker will transform your Wii U GamePad into an 8-bit jamming machine!

Simply touch the keys on your Wii U GamePad and YOU are playing KEYTARI. KEYTARI was designed to be easy to pick up and play. But to truly master KEYTARI, practice and experimentation will take you far – just like with a traditional musical instrument.

Wield powerful lead instruments such as SineSquare, MultiPlex, and PolySaw. Power-up a Background Beat, Underworld Bass, Sustain, and the Drum Kit to take your 8-bit style jamming to the next level!

Scoring is simple. +1 for every key played. Most think the Score Board is just for fun… However, the sages speak of a hero from afar who will break past the maximum score of 9999 and thus beat KEYTARI.

KEYTARI is a Wii U exclusive title.

Start jamming 8-bit style with KEYTARI: 8-bit Music Maker!

Don't Crash confirmed for July 9th release