Nintendo Wire’s favorite Super Mario 64 courses

Categories: Retro

Well, we’ve finally gotten a decent look at the next proper entry in the Super Mario series. Super Mario Odyssey could be the game that finally takes Mario back to the wide open, explorable spaces that he’s only really seen in two previous adventures: Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario…

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AeternoBlade II is coming to the Nintendo Switch

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: 3DS, News, Switch

It’s been over three years since the the side-scrolling action platformer AeternoBlade hit the 3DS eShop — to mixed reviews. With a PS1 era charm, the title found an audience with nostalgic fans from around the world, and a sequel was quickly announced. Originally set for release on the 3DS…

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Party Golf is heading to the Switch

Author: Lauren Musni
Categories: News, Switch

Yup, that’s right: Another indie title is coming to the Switch! Previously only available on the PlayStation 4 and the PC, the realtime, multiplayer golf game, Party Golf, is currently in development for Nintendo’s new console. Australian game developer Giant Margarita announced via Twitter yesterday that the team has just…

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Mega Man animated series delayed to 2018

Categories: Merchandise, News

Sizzling circuits! Looks like cautiously optimistic fans of super fighting robots will have to wait a bit longer for the blue bomber’s controversial return to network television. Originally set to debut later this year, a report by Dentsu Entertainment announced that the lukewarmly anticipated Mega Man animated series has officially…

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Weekend Wiretap (4/2/17)

Categories: 3DS, Merchandise, News, Retro, Switch

  Welcome to the Daily Wiretap: Weekend Edition! Each day the team here at Nintendo Wire works tirelessly to bring you the best, most relevant late-breaking Nintendo news this side of the Mushroom Kingdom. To help make ingesting all these meaty stories easier than Kirby hopped up on Miracle Fruit,…

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HAL Laboratory contributed to the Switch’s development

Author: Lauren Musni
Categories: News, Switch

HAL Laboratory, the developer best known for creating popular Nintendo franchises like Kirby and Super Smash Bros., recently shared an interesting piece of information with the gaming world: surprisingly, the company worked on several key components for the Switch. This is especially interesting because HAL hasn’t been tied with working…

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