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

I've had WWE on the brain BIGTIME since Wrestlemania. I'm always thinking about wrestling, but Mania really tickled my fancy. Gotta get this brain back in gear! See you in a few, short hours.

I've heard a few of you guys and gals complaining about how we've been promoting our original video content. You like the videos, but you think we bump the posts too many times to the front page. Obviously I'm proud of our content and want to share, but I can understand when the promotion becomes overkill. With that in mind, I'm taking a new approach to sharing our video content with a weekly round-up post.

I'll still post up new videos the day they go live, but I'll only give them a front page post once. After that, I'll push through other social media platforms. If you want to see it on GoNintendo, you'll see it listed in our top stories section. No more permanent video in the announcements bar. The days of multiple video bumps are going away. I'm trusting you guys to find the content on GN. I don't want to kill our initiative by making you guys fed-up with posts, so this is my solution!

With all that out of the way, let's get to the actual round-up! Here's the original content we featured on the GoNintendo YouTube channel. If you like what you see below, please subscribe to our channel. Every single subscription lets us know we're moving in the right direction!

First up, we had a brand-new installment in our Sprite Rippers feature. For those that don't know, this is a video series where some of the podcast crew sit down and poke fun at various games. This time we gave Home Alone 2 on the NES a whirl. It may not be the best game in the world, but we certainly had fun roasting it!

Next we had another installment in the 'My Parents Play' series. By far, this is the video series you guys seem to enjoy the most! Well this latest episode is can't-miss, in my opinion. My Mom and Dad put hopped aboard some high-flying vehicles to try and earn a flight certificate in the original Pilotwings! Do they have what it takes to become proficient pilots?

As you probably know, the GoNintendo Podcast records LIVE every week. You can join us on the site and watch the show being recorded live. You can even join in and chat with us and other listeners while it's going on! If you can't make time for that, you can always download the podcast or watch the video archive. Here's episode 502, which turned into quite the super-sized show!

Finally, we ended the week with a video review of Fossil Fighters: Frontier from Yoshiller! We'll certainly have more video reviews in the future, but it was wonderful to kick things off with Yoshiller's work. If you want to hear deep details on this lesser known/reviewed game, this video should do the trick.

Again, that's just a taste of the content that our YouTube page features. We'd love to have you subscribe and join the fun, which you can do right here!

Bandai Namco opening up multiple IP to domestic creators

- part of the newly announced “open project” program
- starts in late April
- creators will be able to use characters from 17 Bandai Namco catalog IP
- these characters can be used without supervision, but they do get a simple project review
- details on permissible platforms will be announced at a later date
- catalog IP included in the program are as follows:

The Tower of Druaga
Battle City
Star Luster
Tower of Babel
Adventure of Valkyrie
Sky Kid
Dragon Buster
Shadow Land
Genpei Toma Den
Wonder Momo
Wagan Land


Legend of Kay Anniversary - first screens, more details

- High-resolution textures - new, more detailed character models, modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound
- Much higher levels of detail to the environments, even when seen close up
- A new user interface making the game simpler to use
- Cut scenes improved - now in HD!
- Achievements have been added
- Leaderboard - compare your score with your friends' and compete against the best in the world
- 60 Frames per seconds for high speed smooth action
- 25 different levels with over 15 enemy types and epic boss battles
- 3 different primary weapons (sword/hammer/claws) with distinct combat styles
- Various mini-games such as wild boar racing, dragon flying and wolf riding

More screens here

Smash Bros. Wii U - 'Force grab glitch' done with every character

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Is Atlus teasing an Attack on Titan localization announcement?

We shared awhile back that the Attack on Titan game got a ACB rating, but we haven't heard a peep since. Now this strange Atlus video has popped up, which some are saying shares similarities to the opening line in the Attack on Titan theme song. Let's hope we get some official info soon!


Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. - video review

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Nintendo requests removal of fan-made Super Mario 64 HD remake

Nintendo has caught wind of the Super Mario 64 HD remake that we featured a few days back. If you visit the official site for the project, you can now see that Nintendo has reached out to the fans behind the project to have it removed. So ends another fan-made piece of software.


Theathythm Dragon Quest - Sugoroku Gameplay

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Y2K - another short clip

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BOXBOY! - eShop file size

3DS eShop


- 644 blocks


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