With Super Mario Run now available on both android and iOS devices, the timing couldn’t be any more perfect than to get the second Gold Goombas event underway!
While not much has been said in today’s forewarning notification, the event will most likely be like last time, which sees Gold Goombas appearing in the World Tour and by squishing a whole ton of them players can go on to fill out Stamp Cards and earn Gold Goomba related statues. Here’s the requirements and rewards we had to aspire too the last time the Gold Goombas were in town:
I don’t often pick up 2.5″ figures because there are so many released and I think the 4″ figures are more interesting to own and review but occasionally something unique comes out in this size or just catches my eye. That was the case with this Chain Chomp that I spotted in Target recently. The price was great at $3.50 and I had a hunch that I could use this in a fun way with some of my existing figures.
Box – This might be the first 2.5″ figure I’ve purchased that comes in the open box packaging. These first were used at Walmart but because I don’t shop there, I’ve never actually seen them in person. I think Jakks came up with this idea to let a child touch the toy and which in turn makes them that much more likely to beg their parents to buy it. Not…
Hello and welcome to The Weekly Wizard, the part of Miketendo64 brought to you by the nefarious outlaw responsible for Wizard Dojo, where I talk about current goings-on with Nintendo, or take a look at their past.
The Nintendo Switch has been out for nearly a month, and with its release and rapid success, Nintendo has almost immediately abandoned its predecessor, the Wii U. The Nintendo Switch serves as the logical evolution of Nintendo hardware, as it combines their home console output along with that of their handheld systems. Nintendo no longer needs to separate development teams between hardware divisions, and no longer needs to relegate certain franchises to certain systems. Continue reading The Weekly Wizard: Issue #10: Should We Be Saying Goodbye to the 3DS?→
Earlier this week, Atlus announced Radiant Historia: Perfect Historia: Perfect Chronology for the 3DS and today Atlus have shared a debut trailer and some gameplay footage that Nintendo Everythingwas able to capture and upload onto YouTube and you can see both right here:
Following the announcement of Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey for Nintendo 3DS, earlier today during the Atlus New Title Announcement Special Spring 2017 even, Atlus announced another title.
That “other announced” title is Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2 and it will release on the 31stof August, 2017. Next to nothing was said about the title, but to whomever purchases a first print of the title, (which will set you back ¥6,480 yen), will also be able to pick up a two-disc user’s best album that features players favourite songs from the first game and until the 9thof April, players can vote for which songs the album will consist of. As for the jacket that will house the CDs, it features artwork illustrated by Yuuji Himukai.Continue reading Atlus Also Announce Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2 for Nintendo 3DS→
IGN recently caught up with Zelda: Breath of the Wild director Hidemaro Fujibayashi, technical director Takuhiro Dohta, and art director Satoru Takizawa to talk more indepth about the development and creation of the game which brought up some very interesting comments. Some topics that were brushed on include starting out with a small team, the 2D prototype that represents the original Legend Of Zelda on NES, creating The Great Plateau first and building the map around it afterwards, How guardians came to be and more.
Below is a summary of the interview. You can find the full article at IGN here.I would also like to point out that most of the topics that were touched upon were also discussed in Nintendo’s three-part Making Of… Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild which you can check out in one of our previous posts (Video) The Making Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
Last week, Fox Gamer conducted an interview with Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aimé and while the conversation may have been a little short, it doesn’t mean what was said is small in nature.
So what did they discuss to name a few things, Reggie spoke about a few things such as being a Nintendo fan boy, early reaction to Switch and even how the videogames industry is so unpredictable, but the biggest thing he had to say, was when he talked about E3 2017. Not only will this year’s E3 be another event where Nintendo go all out, but Nintendo won’t solely be focusing on titles for Switch, but also the 3DS as well and purely because we can, here is Reggie’s statement regarding E3 in full followed by ta video of the interview: Continue reading [Video] Reggie Promises E3 to be a BIG Year for Switch & 3DS During An Interview with Fox→
It is the 25thof March and as well as being a day this year where there was hardly any good Nintendo news, it is also the day that President of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aimé celebrates his 56thbirthday, so from all of us here at Miketendo64, happy birthday Reggie and here’s to many more to come!
With the release of Super Mario Run on Android comes new daily bonuses to keep players interested to at least login once a day. These bonuses can include coins, rally tickets and decorations for your Mushroom Kingdom. Each day rewards a different bonus which you can check out in the Notification list below.
That’s not all though as new items have also been added to the game to bring some sparkle over the Mushroom kingdom with the use of fireworks from cannons. See the image below for details.
It is Friday the 24thof March and the Splatoon 2 Global Testfire is now underway, but with the first event over, it’s time to sit back, take stock of the event and air some first impressions of colourful sequel.
So what do I think of Splatoon 2 after having played it for nearly an hour? Well, I like it, the opening tutorial features clear instructions and smooth gameplay, but that smooth gameplay soon dissipated when I tried my hand engaging in Turf Wars. Granted that could have been down to my own internet connection, but being as so others were also experiencing issues similar to myself, it’s doubtful. Continue reading [Feature] Splatoon 2 Global Testfire First Impressions→
A few days ago we had the preview event, but now it is time for the real thing. The battle against Michalis has begun.
As always, to challenge Michalis, players will need to head over to Battle maps and select the difficulty in which they’d like to challenge him on (Hard and Lunatic.) But beating him is no easy task as not only is the battle difficult enough on Hard mode, but should a single unit fall in battle, it’s game over, so if you’re an easy battle, think again. However should you possess an army of powerful Heroes, success can be yours, and by emerging victorious on Hard mode you will of course win a 3★ Michalis, but should you beat him and his friends on Lunatic mode, you will of course walk away with a 4★ Michalis. Continue reading [Event] Grand Hero Michalis is Ready for Battle! Are You? (Fire Emblem Heroes)→