Slowly but surely, Switch games are getting support for video capture. The latest game to join the fray is Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. You're now able to capture 30 seconds of footage to share via various social media options. Finally, now I can embarrass myself by showing how poorly I play!
This was a very popular cereal that sold out fast. We'll share your interest with our buying teams in hopes for this cereal to be restocked. Keep your eyes peeled 👀— AskTarget (@AskTarget) December 16, 2017
The Super Mario cereal is no longer available at Target, I apologize for any disappointment.— AskTarget (@AskTarget) December 16, 2017
As you know, when it comes to social media accounts, sometimes the people behind them don't have access to the latest details. While the rep above says the cereal is gone, I wouldn't say that's 100% confirmed just yet. I know a lot of people haven't even seen the cereal in stores yet. Hopefully there's some kind of miscommunication here, and people will still have a chance to grab a box or two before the year closes out.
If I ever had any reason to physically take notes, I'd have to go with the Breath of the Wild option here. I can't remember the last time I actually wrote something down by hand on paper. Maybe I've forgotten how to write!
The gang at Viking, an office supplies company, wanted to celebrate the launch of Super Mario Odyssey with something special. They gathered together their team and worked on a Super Mario Bros. mural that uses over 6,000 Post-It Notes! If you want some details on what went into the project, you can check out their blog here!
- golden Pochi Bukuro (gift envelope) featuring 8-Bit Mario that is used during New Year’s day in Japan
- 30% off discounts for My Nintendo Store exclusive smartphone covers compatible with iPhone 8/7/6S/6
- Splatoon 2 Salmon Run smartphone case that’s green inside and orange outside
- leather smartphone case with a pattern from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Nintendo has filed for a bunch of new trademarks in Japan, all of them pertaining to merchandise. They're targeting multiple Super Mario characters this time around, with trademarks surfacing for Kinopio (Toad), Super Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Packun Flower (Piranha Plant).
Oh my dear LORD! These are too damn cute. Those Mario and Luigi bears can warm the hearts of any Scrooge! All of these options are currently available online right now. If you want to go the brick-and-mortar route, you can grab these plushes in-store starting Dec. 15th, 2017.