If you've been trying out the hack that let's you play as Octolings in Splatoon, you might want to stop taking that character model online. Rumor has it that Nintendo is out to ban any player that is using unreleased character models online. If you're going to mess around with that content, keep it confined to your single player experience!
Well, it looks like we might have another exclusive amiibo struggle to deal with. Multiple reports are coming in stating that the Mii Fighter amiibo are going to be Toys R' Us exclusive, with the display above seeming to confirm that. Better get ready for another fight to keep your amiibo collection complete!
About that first Nintendo-DeNA mobile game: Expect the unexpected, and soon.— Dr. Serkan Toto (@serkantoto) October 2, 2015
Dr. Serkan Toto is a well known games analyst and he's claiming to have some inside info on Nintendo's recent pairing with DeNA. He claims we'll be hearing about their first title soon and it's going to be quite unexpected. That's enough to whet my appetite! Let's see if this rumor ends up being true! Thanks to all that sent this in.
Someone has supposedly been poking around the data tucked away in 3D Gunstar Heroes and found something interesting. According to the data they pulled, the following titles are mentioned.
Puyo Puyo Tsu
ToeJam & Earl
Poseidon Wars 3D
Missile Defense 3D
Blade Eagle 3D
Streets of Rage 3
Line of Fire
Could all these games really be getting the 3D treatment? SEGA has already said they were open to the idea of more 3D Classics, but also stated that nothing was in the works at this time. If this lineup is true, I'd say there's quite a lot in the works!
A Canadian Walmart employee has shared a supposed document from the retailer that shows a listing for the Modern 8-Bit Mario amiibo that would exist outside of the Super Mario Maker bundle. This would mean that you wouldn't need the bundle to get that specific amiibo. With that said, it seems like if this is the case, the modern 8-bit Mario amiibo would be Walmart exclusive.
Remember when we heard that Nintendo wasn't going to bring Devil's Third to the states due to quality issues? Remember the rumor of XSEED picking the game up for release in the states when Nintendo dropped it? All we know for sure is that Nintendo is indeed bringing the game stateside now. That situation beforehand, if true, would certainly be quite a messy one.
That's why it's no surprise we're hearing that XSEED is none too pleased with Nintendo swooping back in for the publishing rights. This info comes from ShockingAlberto, who has been privy to inside information in the past. We'll try to get comment from XSEED, but I'm thinking they won't be too forthcoming with the matter. Thanks to Anonymousfor the heads up.
According to the images above, the ESRB has rated both Sin & Punishment and Sin & Punishment: Star Successor. While a specific release date is currently unknown, it should not be long before an official announcement is made.
Who wants to say it? My body can't contain the hype. Someone fill in the blank. _____ in Smash. pic.twitter.com/IXiq5Ejbcg— Layton For Smash! (@LaytonSmash) August 22, 2015
We've all been down this route before. Nothing is official until Nintendo gives us a confirmation. I guess Level-5 could give the confirmation as well. Thanks to all that sent this in!