Nintendo revealed in a press release today that Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition will be arriving in the United States this December.
The Limited Edition, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of Mario, includes Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3. The Lost Levels is Japan’s Super Mario Bros. 2, while the original Western Super Mario Bros. 2 is famously a reskin of Doki Doki Panic.
The limited edition also includes a soundtrack CD and a commemorative booklet. The CD has music from the Super Mario series, and the booklet features 32 pages of behind-the-scenes info and concept art. The celebratory re-release will be priced at $29.99.
Bit.Trip FATE! Bit.Trip FATE is here! The fifth entry into Gaijin Games’ impressive Wii-Ware series is now ready and available for download on your Wii console.
Hit the jump for the rest of this week’s downloadable titles.
This is a big week for Nintendo’s downloadable services. Not only is the first episode of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 now available on Wii-Ware, but Ivy the Kiwi? is also making its way to DSi-Ware. So turn on that Wii and DSi and get downloading!
Hey, Nintendo fans! It’s Monday and that means new downloadable titles on a console near you. So, if you look forward to new digital releases every week, here they are. Luckily, most of the titles this week actually look pretty decent.
This week’s update has it all – puzzlers, shmups, RPGs…lawn darts. Okay, three out of four ain’t bad. Hit the jump for more on this week’s games.
This week’s Nintendo Update is brought to you by power outages. They suck.
Also, everyone’s favourite childhood book is getting a Wii-Ware game this week. How exciting! I wonder which book it it will be. Find out more after the jump.
Another week, another Nintendo Download, another morning where I wake up only to realize I still have ConSars. If you were the person who sneezed on the controller at Kirby’s Epic Yarn or hacked up all over Killzone 3…you deserve myNotebook Tan.
So, if you are like me and are confined to your bed because someone was selfish and decided to give their germs to 70,000 people in a small room, why not kick back with some new downloadable games?
It’s your favourite day of the week! That’s right, it’s Idonthavetogotoworktoday. As much as I would have loved to sleep in and enjoy the government-sanctioned holiday, especially considering the fact that I managed to get less than eight hours of sleep over the entirety of the weekend, I am here to bring you the Nintendo Update.
Seriously, PAX was great. There are plenty of wonderful titles headed to Nintendo’s downloadable services in the coming months. So keep an eye out. Until then, you’ll have to make do with these.
Hit the jump if spending your Labor Day with “peculiar cowboys, deadly samurai and feathered friends” sounds like your idea of a good time.
It’s Monday again and I’m here with another week of “fun” and “innovative” things for you to play on your Wii an DSi. This week it’s your usual assortment of things you, honestly, probably won’t want to give a second look. However, a cool little shmup called Cosmos X2 just hit the DSiWare store and it definitely looks promising.
Hit the jump for the scoop on this week’s update and a Cosmos X2 trailer.
This week, long awaited platformer And Yet It Moves (1000 Wii Points) has finally made its way to Wii-Ware. Turn the game’s beautiful paper-craft inspired world on its head by using the Wii remote to complete mind-bending puzzles by changing the world around you.
Hit the jump for the rest of this week’s Nintendo Download Update.
Load up your Wii this week and take control of a “space jet” on a faraway planet in Calaris’ Space Trek. Outsmart the aliens to save the survivors whilst enjoying the game’s special brand of “humorous dialogue”. (700 Wii Points)
In A Monsteca Corral: Monsters vs. Robots, the planet of Monsteca has become overrun by an army of robots. It’s up to you to gather the herd and defeat the invaders. This strategy game offers 20 levels and is probably the closest thing to Pikmin 3 we will be getting for a while. For 500 Wii points it doesn’t look half bad.
Hit the jump for the rest of this week’s update and Space Trek‘s hilariously bad trailer.
Last week Sega producer Takashi Iizuka made the bold claim that Sonic Colors would not fall victim to the dreaded Sonic Cycle. With an exciting trailer, gameplay seemingly ripped straight from the brilliant Sonic Unleashed daytime stages, and a bright, cheery aesthetic reminiscent of Super Mario Galaxy, it was easy to believe Iizuka’s words. However, maybe someone at Sega should quiet the guy down before his mouth jeopardizes the title’s success.
In a recent interview Iizuka told British retailer GAME that Sonic Colors is not for core gamers, and has some pretty interesting ideas about who plays Sonic titles. His startling words await you after the break.