Nintendo has added yet another calendar wallpaper to their My Nintendo service. This time around, the calendar features the upcoming Paper Mario: The Origami King. If you want to snag one of these calendars for yourself, be it the mobile or desktop version, it'll cost you 50 Platinum Points. You can grab yours here.
LEGO Super Mario may not come out in the states and Europe until August 1st, 2020, but some of the sets will make their way to Japan on July 10th, 2020. To promote the upcoming launch, LEGO has teamed up with none other than the comedy duo Yoiko to give the sets a once-over. Even if you can't understand what's being said, the video is still another chance to check out the sets up close and personal.
Nintendo has shared a new tweet about Paper Mario: The Origami King, and it directly addresses a concern the internet loves to bring up about games. If there's any game nowadays that features a cat or dog, players want to know if you can pet it. You won't find cats or dogs in The Origami King, but you will find a pet Chain Chomp. Nintendo specifically shared a short clip via Twitter to let everyone know that you can indeed pet the Chain Chomp. Looks like the Chain Chomp enjoys it, too!
Nintendo shared the battle theme from Paper Mario: The Origami King, but it looks like that's not the only song they're going to preview. They've also posted the Cafe theme via Twitter for all to enjoy. Grab a cup of joe and have a listen!
Nintendo has been sharing various clips of Paper Mario: The Origami King on social media. It's likely you missed a couple along the way. I know that I did! Well now you can check them out all in one compilation video. You can watch that compilation above.
[Event] The latest Loads of Coins event is now live. It allows you to get 1.5 times the usual amount of coins when you win at Toad Rally. If you lose, you get the usual amount of coins, though… Also, no change regarding the amount of Toads you can win! (available until July 17th)
At this point, you shouldn't need anymore evidence that Brie Larson is a Nintendo super-fan. Her love of Nintendo has popped up time and time again, and we have yet another example from a video Brie posted to her YouTube channel.
In a discussion about her gaming habits, Larson reveals that she actually got into a tiff with her boyfriend over Super Mario Galaxy. She was trying to beat the final level in the game, which was getting her a bit worked up. Her boyfriend told her that she was taking the game too seriously, so she did what any Nintendo fan would do...she kicked him out of the house!
You can hear Brie talk about this story in the video above at the 11:18 mark.