GoNintendo Video - A farewell to the Wii U

I was feeling a bit sad about the Wii U for a particular reason. Felt like making a video about it.

Shin'en on potential for more FAST Racing NEO DLC, not planning an NX port

A portion of a Nintendoomed interview with Shin'en...

Q: Can you tell us if you are thinking about developing other FAST Racing NEO DLCs in the near (or not) future?

A: We never did any DLC before so we first want to see how many people are interested in such additions before we make any further plans.

Q: What’s next for FAST Racing NEO since the only console it is playable on right now is supposedly going to be discontinued pretty soon? Could you decide to develop ports of this game for other platforms, like Nintendo’s very own NX (considering how much you feel close to this brand)? Or do you think that the game is better off left on the Wii U?

A: For the Wii U we think FAST + DLC is just perfect and certainly one of the best games you could get there. If we would do another FAST game on a new platform we would not simply do a port. We would try to look at the platform to see what could be done beyond the current game.

RUMOR - EU retailers unable to order more Wii U stock after Oct. 1st

Rumor has it that European retailers aren't going to be able to order the Wii U after Oct. 1st. It's not too surprising, considering the NX is set for launch in March of 2017. The only thing that seems to fly in the face of this is that Nintendo said they're going to produce Wii U until 2018. I guess you might be able to buy from Nintendo directly, but EU retailers are going to be out of luck after this October.

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Japan - Best-selling 3DS VC games of all-time

01. Super Mario Bros. (FC) - ¥514
02. Super Mario Bros. 3 (FC) - ¥514
03. Pocket Monsters Pikachu (GB) - ¥1,200
04. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX (GBC) - ¥617
05. Super Mario Land (GB) - ¥411
06. Pocket Monsters Red Version (GB) - ¥1,200
07. Super Mario Bros. 2 (FDS) - ¥514
08. Pocket Monsters Blue Version (GB) - ¥1,200
09. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (GB) - ¥411
10. The Legend of Zelda 1 (FDS) - ¥514
11. Hoshi no Kirby 2 (GB) - ¥411
12. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (GBC) - ¥617
13. Pocket Monsters Green Version (GB) - ¥1,200
14. The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (GBC) - ¥617
15. Hoshi no Kirby (GB) - ¥411
16. Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru (GB) - ¥411
17. Metroid (FDS) - ¥514
18. Rockman 2 (FC) - ¥514
19. Ice Climber (FC) - ¥514
20. Donkey Kong (GB) - ¥309

Data was culled from June 7th, 2011 to Sept. 23rd, 2016.

Nintendo UK - Find your flow at our updated Rhythm Paradise Megamix gamepage

The ultimate Rhythm Paradise playlist is coming to Nintendo 3DS family systems on October 21st in the form of Rhythm Paradise Megamix! More than 100 rhythm games await, including greatest hits from the series and all-new entries. You can get a sampler of what’s to come at our updated Rhythm Paradise Megamix gamepage!

Test your timing against a host of quick-fire rhythm games, all backed by infectious tunes created in partnership with legendary Japanese music producer Tsunku♂. Whether you’re plucking onions, gobbling up insects or playing badminton while flying, staying on beat is the aim in these deceptively challenging rhythm games! Up to four players can even join in the fun with a single Game Card via Download Play* to take on challenges together.

See what it’s all about in the Gameplay section, or see the game in action in the Rhythm games section. Don’t forget to visit Barista’s Café, too – there are all sorts of things you can do there, including switching between the European and Japanese soundtracks and choosing button or touch controls!

See if you can keep up with the tempo in a free demo**, available to download from Nintendo eShop now. You can visit the Rhythm Paradise Megamix gamepage to download the demo directly to your Nintendo 3DS family system via the Nintendo website!***

Rhythm Paradise Megamix will be available from shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop on October 21st, only on Nintendo 3DS family systems.

Check out the cover stars of Pokémon adventures past

Every Pokémon adventure is filled to the brim with new places to explore, new people to meet, and most importantly, new Pokémon to discover, catch and train! From the humble beginnings of first-partner Pokémon, to the incredibly rare and seldom seen Mythical Pokémon, hundreds of potential companions await you on your journey!

Solgaleo and Lunala are the cover stars of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, coming exclusively to Nintendo 3DS family systems on November 23rd. Let’s take a look back at some of the other super iconic and most recognisable Pokémon of all time – the ones on the box!

Check out the feature here