The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

Splatoon's "unstable connection" problem still having issues in latest update

According to a post on reddit, it seems a small amount of people have had problems going online during Turf War battles, only to be disconnected about 30 seconds into the game. This started for players who updated to version 2.00. Now with 2.1.0, the problem still hasn't been fixed for thos affected. Ranked problems are not as bad, but it is still an issue. You can read the full details on this problem in the source link below. Have you been having connection issues since the version 2.00 update?

Saber Rider project lead talks about amiibo stretch goals

Saber Rider and the Star Sherrifs is currently being funded over at Kickstarter, with one of the goals being amiibos of the mechs featured in the game. Nintendo Life recently talked to project leader Chris Strauss about the possibility of amiibos being featured in the game:

Nintendo has guidelines for all their products, which you have to follow as a third party developer. If you do so, chances are high that your product gets approved. So unless they change their policy, our mecha amiibo has a good chance. And we know that Yacht Club Games also make their amiibo without the help of Nintendo. We have our amiibo already planned and are creating it as 3D model right now. The first prototype will probably be a 3D print.

You can read the full interview in the source link below.

Etrian Odyssey IV to recieve "Atlus Best Collection" release in November

In Japan, Etrain Odyssey IV, the first in the series released for the 3DS back in 2012, will be getting a "Atlus Best Collection" re-release. It'll be out on November 5 and retail for 3,218 yen. No word on a western release yet.

GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Thank you SO much for supporting 'My Parents Play'

You guys are awesome. I don't even know what else to say besides that. Thank you for being you...because you're pretty damn rad. See you in a few, short hours.

How many times have I put up posts on GoNintendo talking about how humbled I am by your support? I can't even count the times. I'm sure the messages have lost some of their meaning for a few of you, but I hope you realize that they still mean just as much to me. I don't write them to try and butter you up. I write them because I'm genuinely appreciative of the love and support you guys continue to show.

Why am I babbling on like this yet again? I have another fantastic reason to do so. The Super Mario Maker edition of My Parents Play has hit a new record for the series. Not only has it brought in a ton of new subscriptions, it also has broken the 20k mark. This is an absolutely HUGE deal for me. We've been really pushing our original content lately, and it's clear that this video series has hit a mark. 20k of you have taken the time to watch the video and like/dislike it. You've also spread the word, for which I cannot thank you enough.

Not only has this series been well received by you guys, it's also given me another great way to spend time with my parents. They usually visit once a week over here at GN headquarters. We play games, eat food and just hang out. It's always nice to see them, but having this feature to work on has given us a brand new way to bond. Its been super rewarding and has created a whole new set of memories that I'll cherish forever. Thank you so, so much for making that possible.

I know that GoNintendo has been a real dog-and-pony show. It's always been like that and that's the way it'll stay. We don't try to be fancy and we're not out to impress by pretending to be something we're not. We're quick and dirty, but I do pour a ton of heart and soul into this site. You guys matter to me and are worth all that time and effort that I can give. I'll just always be amazed that you recognize that and pay me back in ways that I can never truly thank you enough for. Over 10 years of GoNintendo and we're still going strong...stronger than ever.

Not the first or last time you'll hear this, but just as meaningful every time I say it. Thank you very, very much.

Super Mario Maker - full site open

Want to see even more Super Mario Maker screens, art and footage? You can do just that at the official North American site! It's gone from teaser site to full-blown launch, so head on over and enjoy the Mario madness!

Site here (thanks ModestMrGreen!)

Wii U eShop charts - Sept. 3rd, 2015


1. Splatoon
2. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
3. Runbow
4. Super Mario Maker
5. Cube Life: Island Survival
6. Super Mario 64
7. Super Mario World
8. Woah Dave!
9. Super Mario Bros. 3
10. Ducktales Remastered
11. Super Mario Bros.
12. Paper Mario
13. Sin & Punishment
14. Shovel Knight
15. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
16. Donkey Kong 64
17. Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
18. Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising
19. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
20. EarthBound


1. Let’s Watch! Super Mario Maker Overview!
2. Yoshi’s Woolly World E3 2015 Trailer
3. Splatoon Big Splats Trailer
4. Disney Infinity 3.0 Announcement Trailer
5. Play Nintendo Introduction Video
6. Cube Life: Island Survival Trailer
7. Splatoon Big Splats Trailer
8. Super Mario Maker E3 2015 Trailer
9. Super Smash Bros. Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave Three
10. Runbow – Bowhemoth Featurette
11. Skylanders SuperChargers E3 Trailer
12. Splatoon Tower Control Trailer
13. Cube Life: Island Survival Trailer 2
14. Nintendo@E3 2015 Super Mario Maker Reactions
15. Runbow Character Reveal Trailer 2
16. Runbow Guest Character Reveal Trailer
17. The Bridge Trailer
18. Great Games to Buy with eShop Cards
19. Introducing amiibo
20. New amiibo TV Commercial

North America - Mario Golf hitting Wii U VC tomorrow

Get into the swing of things with Mario and friends!

Mario takes a well-deserved break from his role as the Mushroom Kingdom’s busiest hero and returns to the links for some world-class golfing action. Since no one likes to hit the fairways alone, he’s brought along a group of friends—both familiar characters and brand-new ones. Choose from 10 different modes of play and six 18-hole courses in a variety of environments for a golfing experience with endless replay value. Add fun, colorful graphics with a Mario touch, intuitive controls, incredibly deep gameplay, and multiplayer support into the mixture, and you have a game that anyone will enjoy—even if they’ve never played a round of golf!