It seems that a Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes demo is now out in Japan to a select few. Those who were chosen are given three codes so that they and two friends can play the demo online. Catch is, it only works at specific times, much like the Splatoon Global Testfire from earlier this year
Those times right now are:
- 10/10, 23:00-24:00
No word if this demo will make it overseas, but it does found fun!
Here's a Nintendolife review of the DS Virtual Console game Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
In conclusion, Mario vs Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis is a decent enough distraction. It's fun without being too frustrating and is a pleasant way to pass a few hours on a Sunday afternoon. Strangely the later games in the series simplified the controls even more; pick this up after playing Tipping Stars and you'll be surprised at how much more depth is on offer here. While Mario vs Donkey 2: March of the Minis is by no means an unmissable classic (plus we think the original game is still the better option) if you are a fan of the series or puzzle-action games in general this is definitely worth a look.
You can read the full review in the source link below.
We mentioned earlier today that a patch was due out soon that would fix a glitch involving Diddy Kong. Well, that update is now out, so feel free to play without worrying about Diddy!
Shopping for dress clothes is a very trying experience when you're a big guy that never dresses up. Not one of the best ways I've spent my time off, but it had to be done! Sad part is, I still have more to do! Oh well, I sure hope you guys enjoyed your night for me! See you in a few, short hours.
You can all me a Nintendo fanboy all you want. I would hope that longtime readers know that I do love Nintendo, but I am not a Nintendo apologist. I don't agree with/like everything the company does. With all that said, I'm putting forth this statement. I really do love the Wii U. It has some hiccups that irk me, such as game loading time among other things, but I really do enjoy the system a great deal.
It makes me quite sad to see that people didn't latch onto the Wii U. We all know that Nintendo systems start at a deficit when it comes to building buzz. There's a large portion of people that just hate what Nintendo does no matter what. They just don't like the company and are out to spread the bad word on anything/everything they do. Sure, Microsoft and Sony have their wars between platforms, but it seems like large portions of both sides team up to bash Nintendo.
It is what it is and time moves on. Nintendo had a huge hit with the Wii and has had a swing/miss with Wii U. That's why the NX is on its way to us. We're going to learn about it in 2016 and I wouldn't be surprised if we saw it release before the year closed out. Only time will tell, but you can be sure that Nintendo has been using that time to do all they can to make the NX a success. Having it receive a lukewarm response like the Wii U could make for some very troubling future moves.
It's easy to make features and plan out ideas. It's pretty much impossible to guarantee a success. Nintendo can only do what they think will draw in an audience and capture the imaginations of millions. That's why I have this question for you guys. What do you think the NX absolutely needs/has to do in order to become a success? What features need to be included to get people to pick one up? What elements do you have on your list of must-haves?
- uses an ocarina as his main tool
- he may be violent and love pranks, but deep in his heart he treasures his friends
- he fights alongside fairies
- uses the power of darkness to its full potential through the magic of his mask
- by concentrating his magic into the front of his mask, he can release a heat laser
- after restraining his enemy, he can use a ball of darkness to release a huge explosion
- he can also gather a number of enemies together and have attack them at once
- if he uses his ocarina, he can call his two fairies Tael and Tatl to support him
- blowing his trumpet will cause scarecrow puppets to appear and fight for him
- players will not have to control the dolls
- has dual swords
- he appears before Link and company blocking the way
- skilled at confusing his enemies through the use of teleportation and controlling a number of illusions
- can throw energy attacks at players
- feature that will allow him to intercept the use of items and gimmick
Smash Boost Power
- maximum of four characters can be deployed
- in battles against big bosses, if the player gathers all characters together, they can activate the special effect
- this is known as Smash Boost Power
- using this restores the magic gauge as well as grants beneficial effects to the player
- activating Smash Boost Power will cause lightning of sorts to appear on the screen
- the enemy will be covered in green light and will remain that way until defeated
- more characters leads to more beneficial effects
1. Super Mario Maker
2. Freedom Planet
3. Super Mario World
4. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
6. Super Mario 64
7. Super Mario Bros. 3
8. Super Mario Bros.
10. Shovel Knight
11. Zelda: A Link to the Past
12. Year Walk
13. Donkey Kong 64
14. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
16. Donkey kong Country
18. The Legend of Zelda
19. Mario Kart 8
20. Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
1. Yoshi’s Woolly World – PAX Prime 2015 Video
2. Let’s Watch! Super Mario Maker Overview!
3. Super Mario Maker Accolades Trailer
4. Yoshi’s Woolly World E3 2015 Trailer
5. Super Mario Maker E3 2015 Trailer
6. Play Nintendo Introduction Video
7. Year Walk Reveal Trailer
8. Xenoblade Chronicles X E3 2015 Trailer
9. Freedom Planet Trailer
10. Skylanders SuperChargers E3 Trailer
11. Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash E3 2015 Trailer
12. Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2014 – Yoshi’s Woolly World
13. LEGO Dimensions – World Feature Trailer
14. Splatoon Big Splats Trailer
15. Introducing amiibo
16. Splatoon Squid Strats Trailer
17. Great Games to Buy with eShop Cards
18. LEGO Dimensions Story Trailer
19. New amiibo TV Commercial
20. Treehouse Live @ E3 2015 Day 1 Skylanders SuperChargers