The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

Year Walk - A look at making the Wii U trailer

When making the Year Walk Wii U trailer, we were faced with an interesting challenge. We wanted to show off all the new cool features, yet using live-action and actors felt kind of dorky to us. And we didn’t have the means or equipment to make a trailer like that anyway. So, in usual Simogo Do-It-Yourself spirit, we did the only reasonable thing: Have a friend build a horse mask, build a little Year Walk universe inside our studio, call in a tall friend and ask him to wear a suit and then film it all using only smartphones and cheap spotlights.

Check out more pics here (thanks Timmmah!)

Inafune says Mighty No. 9 is 'his child', different from working on Mega Man

Coming from Keiji Inafune...

"One difference between Mighty No. 9 and other games, Rockman, for example, is they're both my children. But if you're making it in a company, it's kind of a foster child. You want to raise it in a certain way, but you're going to have interference from other people, from the true parent, which is the company. It's complicated. Mighty No. 9 is my child. I can raise it any way I want. I don't have any restrictions. So it feels different."

RUMOR - Rodea: The Sky Soldier pushed back to November

If you preordered Rodea: The Sky Soldier from Amazon, keep an eye on your inbox. Some people are receiving a notice of delay. The message below was sent to someone that purchased the Wii U version, which Amazon says is now slated for sometime around Nov. 16th-20th.

We have received new release date information related to your pre-ordered video game in the order you placed on *******. The release date for the video game listed below has been changed by the publisher.

No official word from the publisher yet, and also no details on the 3DS version. If you get an email about a delay, please pass it along to us. We'll try to get confirmation on this info.

Did You Know Gaming - The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask


Thanks to BadassBill for the heads up!

Super Mario Maker - Nintendo checks user-created level difficulty before levels are shared

Coming from an Engadget feature...

...user-created levels are also vetted by Nintendo moderators to determine level difficulty before it’s available for anyone to download.

You have to wonder how much manpower and time they're going to dedicate to this. How long will it take for your level to go live after you submit it?

CoroCoro's August issue comes with Mysterious Joker 3DS theme


- issue includes a QR code for a free theme
- theme is for Mysterious Joker: The Phantom Thief Who Crosses Time & the Lost Gem
- scan the QR code by pressing L & R on your 3DS and pressing the QR icon on the camera
- enter the code 12345678
- this generates another code, which you enter into the Theme Shop