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The 11th of September Amiibo Survival Guide

Author: Josh Brown
Categories: Amiibo News, News

Do you remember when hunting for amiibo was something you didn’t have to plan for weeks, if not months, in advance? Yeah, we don’t either. There are murmurs going around the sporting community that amiibo hunting is up for consideration to be qualified as an Olympic sport in the 2016…

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Super Mario Maker is hitting the road with GameTruck

Categories: News, Wii U

Nintendo is teaming up with GameTruck for the second time this year to take one of its major releases on tour. The parties-on-demand company will outfit over 100 of its mobile game kiosks with all things Super Mario Maker and roll out on September 18th. GameTruck has been delivering Splatoon…

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Super Mario Galaxy 3 is a possibility, but not on Wii U

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News

Shigeru Miyamoto, in a recent interview held with EuroGamer, has shed some light on a possible new entry in the fan favorite Super Mario Galaxy series. He said that he and fellow director Yoshiaki Koizumi often discuss their desire to create another 3D action title to challenge the Galaxy games,…

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Pikmin 4 confirmed to be in development

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: News, Wii U

Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto has confirmed that Pikmin 4 is not only in development but near completion in an interview with Eurogamer last month. “It’s actually very close to completion,” Miyamoto said. “Pikmin teams are always working on the next one.” Nintendo of America then confirmed the news with Eurogamer in a separate…

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57 amiibo work with Chibi Robo! Zip-Lash

Author: Lauren Ganos
Categories: 3DS, Amiibo News, News

Amiibo fans ooo’d and ahh’d over the awesomeness of the Chibi Robo amiibo when it was first announced. Not only would it be a cute addition to any amiibo collection, but utilizing its capabilities could be a fun way to expand the upcoming Zip-Lash experience. The fun doesn’t stop there…

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