Looks like the remake of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story has added in a new feature, and it's not a welcome one. A particularly nasty bug can end up ruining your entire game, meaning you lose all your save progress up to that point. The issue can occur when Mario is removed from your party in Nimble Woods. If you go back a screen and save the game, the game glitches and Luigi cannot move on.
Nintendo has released a commercial for New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe in South Korea, and it's pretty much the same as the Japanese commercial, just with some different wording/dubbing. Still a fun commercial, though!
Twitch streamer Rudeism is always cooking up new ways to play games and challenge himself. His most recent idea might be the most diabolical yet. He plans on beating Super Mario 64 with a single button.
Rudeism has created a special controller that lets him do multiple things with just one button. Depending on how he presses the button, Mario will do different things. Why torture yourself like this? Rudeism plans to live-stream his efforts all in the name of raising money for the AbleGamers Charity. If this sounds like something you'd like to support, you can tune in to the attempt on Saturday, Jan. 26th, 2019 at 4PM PST.
Ever wonder just how Bowser. Jr. and the Koopalings are related? In an interview with Nintendo Life, Nintendo's Akira Otani is asked that very question. While the answer might not be as detailed as we would hope, at least we get some kind of info.
As far as the Mario & Luigi series goes, it really is in Paper Jam that the Koopalings became more featured. The character setting for Koopalings is that they aren’t Bowser’s children, they just work for him! That’s the same for Bowser Jr.’s Journey, but the Koopalings have to take care of Bowser Jr. because he’s the boss’ kid.
Nintendo has released two Mario-themed silicon tray sets in Japan. These trays can be used as candy molds, ice cube trays, and more. There are both item and block tray options. Each one costs 2,800 Yen.
The Switch can claim yet another victory when it comes to Wii U ports. New Super Mario Bros. U's launch week sales in Japan came in at 163,582 units sold back in 2012. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe has had its first week in Japan, and total sales came out to be 166,303 units. We're comparing NSMBU, which was a launch game on Wii U, to NSMBUD, which has received little promotion and came out after the holiday season. Once again, we see Nintendo's approach to select Wii U ports continues to pay off!
We're having a Mario Party! No, not that one, a New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Mario Party! In other words, we're playing two hours of four player New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe for some multiplayer mayhem on today's IGN Plays Live.
Give yourself a fright, and brighten up your room with this fun Boo 3D Light. This light features Boo, one of the scarier villains from the Super Mario franchise and makes a great gift for fans of the game. Lovers of the Super Mario games will remember taking on Boo many times, and now with this great piece of memorabilia you can remember all of your adventures each time you switch on your light.
The Boo 3D Light is perfect for use as a bedside lamp, or on your desk. It has three LED lights inside, is battery powered (3 x AAA batteries) and has an on/off button on the base. One of the most popular and instantly recognisable video game characters of all time, Mario first appeared in the iconic 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong under the name 'Jumpman'. Since then, Mario has become a legend within popular culture and has been a defining figure not just for Nintendo, but for the whole gaming industry.
Since hitting the big time with Super Mario Bros. Mario has had huge success with other instalments such as Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario 3D World and the hugely popular racing spin-off Super Mario Kart. This Boo 3D Light is an officially licensed Super Mario product