Yoshi's Woolly World - Over 40 amiibo supported


UK Software sales (5/23/15)

Individual releases:

All formats:

It's worth noting that Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush managed to snag a spot on the 40th slot of the first list. The first list details each individual system and game release, and yet, Kirby still managed to obtain 40th place. On the second list, Pokemon White Version 2, Mario Kart 8, and Super Smash Bros. all received additional spots on the list.

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven - New blog entry showcases new info, announces upcoming livestream

Marvelous! Games has posted a new blog entry on their website for the upcoming 3DS title, Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven. This entry showcases and explains some gameplay mechanics, such as the use of Action Points and Skill Chips in battle. Marvelous also released a new trailer for the game, and they announced that they shall be hosting an upcoming livestream on May 28th at 1 PM EST. 


Click here to read the the full blog post!

GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Last week's video content from GoNintendo

Today is an important day for GoNintendo...like REALLY important. I can't tell you why it's so important though. All I can say is that I need you guys to keep your fingers/toes crossed for good news. I've been a nervous wreck about this since Friday. Let's hope things go well today. I'll be sure to fill you in on the entire situation as soon as I can. See you all in a few, short hours.

As we push closer to E3, Nintendo news gets quieter and quieter. It's clear that we're going to have to wait for E3 to hit in order to get the next big wave of news. At least we have the launch of Splatoon to keep us busy! On top of that, you can keep tabs on our weekly video content. Hope you've been enjoying what we've pumped out so far!

In the latest Parents Play feature, my parents sat down to give Punch-Out!! on the Wii a try. My Mom knew of the name, but neither parent had played the series. Figured this one would give them a completely new way of playing, so we gave it a shot! Think they can make it past Glass Joe?

We also had our usual GoNintendo Podcast. We're up to episode 510 already! Man, can't believe it's been 10 whole weeks since we had our 500th anniversary. Time sure flies when you're talking Nintendo and using any excuse to make fart/burp jokes!

3DS eShop charts - March 26th, 2015

Software

1. Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition
2. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains
3. Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
4. Mario Kart 7
5. Super Mario Bros. 3
6. Shovel Knight
7. Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
8. Resident Evil: Revelations
9. Super Smash Bros. for 3DS
10. SteamWorld Dig
11. Cube Creator 3D
12. BoxBoy!
13. The Legend of Zelda
14. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
15. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
16. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
17. Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
18. Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D
19. Super Mario Bros.
20. Retro City Rampage: DX

Videos

1. Pokemon Rumble World Trailer
2. Get Ready for E3
3. Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition Trailer
4. Splatoon Direct 5/7/15
5. Stretchmo Trailer
6. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Full Trailer
7. Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition Trailer 2
8. Present Code Instructional Video
9. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS Mewtwo Strikes Back
10. Cube Creator 3D Trailer
11. Splatoon “Splat the World” TV Commercial
12. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS Lucas Comes Out of Nowhere
13. Super Smash Bros. Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave One
14. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D Launch Trailer
15. New 3DS XL Trailer
16. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Episode 1
17. Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition Video
18. Mario Kart 7 Video
19. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate May DLC Pack Trailer
20. Puzzle & Dragons: Depth and Dynamics

Splatoon - main theme covered in SNES style


Thanks to Andrew for the heads up!

Details on Cabbage, a Nintendo-development N64DD game that never released

- worked on by Shigesato Itoi (Mother), Shigeru Miyamoto (Mario, Zelda) and Tsunekazu Ishihara (Pokemon
- players were put in control of a creature that they’d have to raise, feed and carry around with them
- the creature's name was Cabbage
- would use the 64DD’s internal clock to keep the character and virtual world running
- featured Game Boy connectivity
- the creature could be transferred to the GB, tended to during the day then returned to the 64DD at night
- network functionality to visit other player’s worlds
- plans to release more content on “disks”, which would include stuff like toys and play equipment for Cabbage
- no screens, video every released
- “Itoi and Ishihara got busy” with other projects