Kickstarter Pokemon documentary To Be The Very Best looks at the competition scene

Here is the description of a recently started Kickstarter page for To Be The Very Best:
Hey everyone, Wolfe here, the project leader behind To Be the Very Best. To Be the Very Bestis a feature-length documentary about the world’s most talented Pokemon players. These top competitors go beyond merely beating the Elite 4 and completing their Pokedexes by testing their skills against the best the world has to offer in official Pokemon tournaments.

I’ve teamed up with Dan Karlok (a 2-time Emmy award winning director) and Matt Weaver (the award winning producer behind Jiro Dreams of Sushi and Broadway's Rock of Ages) to bring you closer than ever to the personalities that make competitive Pokemon a story worth sharing. We will begin by taking an inside look at players from all corners of the globe and showing that they are more complex than the label of “gamer” would suggest –– that behind their screen names are real people who began their journeys by spending hours walking on virtual grass like any other kid growing up. Then comes the really exciting part, as our stars will clash at the most important event on the Pokemon calendar: the Pokemon Video Game World Championships. Here, their months of hard work will come to a climax as they go head to head to earn the right to be called the very best player on the planet.

With some help, my team and I will be there to capture every moment: from the roar of the crowd, the elation of victory, and the heartbreak of defeat to what draws us back to the event each year – the global community of close friends that would have never come to be without Pokemon.

Cube Creator 3D - review

A portion from a Nintendo World Report review:

For me, creating, crafting, and building worlds in this kind of game are fun, but something that doesn’t hook me completely. But even with that, I had fun with Cube Creator 3D. The idea of creating your own environment is fun, and the game’s creative mode helps you accomplish those goals. The other mode, survival, isn’t as fun, and I do wish the game had more larger environments and more items to craft and choose from. But for a game that wishes to fill the need of those who want the Minecraft experience on the 3DS, this is probably one of the best to succeed in that regard.


Full review here



GameStop - Bayonetta 2 for $44.97

If you're looking to snag Bayonetta 2 at a lower price, GameStop has your back. The website currently has it listed for $44.97, substantially cheaper than the normal $60 price tag. Check it out below if you're interested!


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GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Ask your Splatoon questions!

Man, I can't wait for this mess to be all over. Desperately want to share details with you, but I can't right now. I promise, it's a rage-inducing situation. Working through it because you guys are worth it. This has probably been the most trying month I've ever had with GoNintendo, but we must power through. See you in a few, short hours.

The big day has come and gone. The internet at large has given birth to a flurry of Splatoon reviews. Seems like the game is fairing pretty well across the board! Nice to see the title so warmly welcomed. I'm also sure you can't wait to do the same with the game once it actually releases! While that's just a few days off, we can still kill some time for you guys and gals.

Our review clocked in at just under 4000 words. We certainly don't take a quantity over quality approach in our reviews, but I wanted to make sure I detailed all I could of my experience! Hopefully you enjoyed the review and it answered a lot of your questions. If you missed out on reading the review when we posted it earlier today, you can have a look right here. Just be prepared to do a bit of reading!

With my review out of the way, I'm sure there are some other questions out there. I figured I would open up the floor to you guys and see what you wanted to know. I'll answer everything I possibly can about the experience. You can ask questions about game mechanics, personal opinion or anything else inbetween. Just leave a comment on this post or reply to the corresponding tweet and I'll skim through and get everything answered by launch day.

So go ahead and ask away! I'll do my best to give you the info you're looking for. I just want to put your mind at ease before the game launches. That way you can better decide if the game is for you!

Wii U eShop charts, video additions - May 28th, 2015

Software

1. Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition
2. The Fall
3. SteamWorld Dig
4. Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones
5. OlliOlli
6. Paper Mario
7. Super Mario 64
8. Splatoon
9. Donkey Kong 64
10. New Super Mario Bros.
11. Super Mario World
12. DuckTales Remastered
13. EarthBound
14. Super Mario Bros. 3
15. Mario Party 10
16. Super Metroid
17. Donkey Kong Country
18. Super Mario Bros.
19. Zelda: A Link to the Past
20. Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

Videos

1. Splatoon Direct – 5/7/15
2. Get Ready for E3
3. Play Nintendo Introduction Video
4. Splatoon “Squid Kid” TV Commercial
5. Disney Infinity 3.0 Announcement Trailer
6. Nintendo Minute – AMAZE-INK May Splatoon Battle Dojo
7. Nintendo Minute – AMAZE-INK May Splatoon Single Player
8. Splatoon “Splat the World” TV Commercial
9. Mario Party 10 Launch Trailer
10. Don’t Starve: Giant Edition for Wii U Trailer
11. Nintendo Minute – AMAZE-INK May Splatoon Art Contest
12. Nintendo Minute – AMAZE-INK May Splatoon Mess Fest Vlog
13. Super Mario 64 Trailer
14. Donkey Kong 64 Trailer
15. Nintendo Minute – Mario Party 10 with Lamarr Wilson
16. LEGO Dimensions Announce Video
17. Ultratron Trailer
18. Splatoon Ink It Up TV Commercial
19. Mario Party 10 Trailer
20. Splatoon Ranked Battle, Battle Dojo and amiibo Trailer

Video additions

Wii U

Baila Latino Trailer
Glory of Generals the Pacific Trailer
Swords & Soldiers II Launch Trailer
amiibo Tap: Nintendo’s Greatest Bits Trailer
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition Trailer 2
Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition Let’s Puzzle

3DS

Glory of Generals the Pacific Trailer
Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Trailer
Battleminer Update Trailer
Swords & Soldiers II Launch Trailer
amiibo Tap: Nintendo’s Greatest Bits Trailer
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition Trailer 2
Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition Let’s Puzzle

Humble Bundle team discusses region locking on the Humble Nindie Bundle

Nintendo already told us that they wanted to include all regions in their Humble Nindie Bundle, but they couldn't make it happen this time around. Now the gang that actually runs the Humble Bundle project have taken to their blog to discuss the situation.

We recently launched the Humble Nindie Bundle, a digital bundle for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U systems. For many of you, the bundle is region-locked, and we apologize if the games are unavailable in your country.

One of the reasons we launched the first Humble Bundle was to bring indie games to more people. We agree that region-locking is not ideal. But without it, we may not have had this opportunity to promote these great indie games on dedicated video game platforms.

Our goal is to make games as universally accessible as can be. That’s why, while we strive to sell DRM-free games when possible, we also explore services like Steam, Origin, uPlay, and now the Nintendo eShop. These services allow us to offer more games at pay-what-you-want prices while raising more money for charity and reaching more gamers.

Your feedback helps us craft our bundles, so we thank you for your input and your continued support! We will continue to strive to be as inclusive as possible to all platforms, regions, and players in the future.